For the rest of his life, he had been frequently drunk and being a partyer where he became bitter and violent. Scott began a novel in 1939 called "The Last Tycoon" but on December 21,1940 Scott suffered a fatal heart attack that lead to his death living his novel unfinished. Even though the novel was half in the way it was considered intensity as the rest of his
The novel frequently referenced instances where Tom lashes out due to pure rage combined with alcohol abuse. Tom is described as a drunk, and often allows himself to consume more alcohol than the average person. As Tom is naturally a confrontational person, it never bodes well for him to be intoxicated in the presence of others. For instance, during a small altercation with his lover, Myrtle Wilson, Tom punches her in a jealous fit of anger, breaking her nose. A similar event occurs later in the book with his wife, Daisy, although the cause of the fight is unclear.
Although Brutus justified the killing of Caesar to the citizens of Rome, it seems as if he was not able to justify it to himself. As a result the ghost of Caesar was not the revival of Caesars spirit but rather it was physical manifestation of Brutus' guilty conscience. The death of Portia seemed to have a profound effect on Brutus as well, this can be clearly recognized as Brutus was visibly sadder after hearing of his wife's death. This sadness could be attributed to the fact Brutus thinks that he himself is responsible for Portia's death. It was revealed in the story that She killed herself because she was worried about Brutus absences and that Octavius and Mark Antony had made themselves to strong.
This can all be identified on page 375 when the text states, “Everyone cheered and then drank [wine] --except me. Before the next minute had passed, they had all fallen to the ground [from poison].” This small blurb clearly indicates that the family members of El Patrón never contemplated the idea that the wine was poisoned by El Patrón. Before they drank the wine too, the group talked about selling his belongings the next day. They never did expect El Patón to turn on them. El Patrón simply did not want anyone to live on his estate if he wasn’t there.
Queenie Vulopides claims her husband died on the way down the stairs to get a drink Queenie claims her and her husband had a fight before she left the house earlier in the day . The autopsy, and Queenie, confirmed him to be drunk , The autopsy confirmed a head wound in the back of the head, but Queenie did not make any statement about it. Queenie waited for her friends to arrive and told them about what had happened to Arthur. Based on the given evidence, I think that Queenie is lying about what actually happened to Arthur. According to the evidence, Arthur has a glass standing upright in his hand.
Reporters started publishing unflattering articles about him and he eventually lost his position as the Chairman of the Government Committee on Operations of the Senate. The media became uninterested in his communist allegations and he was eventually stripped of his power and fell from the public eye Just a few years later, on May 2, 1957, Joseph McCarthy died of Acute Hepatitis due to his heavy drinking. He passed away at the Bethesda Naval Hospital at the age of 48, with his wife at his side. The effects of the McCarthy era symbolized the nation’s fear about the presence of communist living among them. Joseph McCarthy changed many innocent citizens lives by making baseless claims that they were part of the Communist Party.
As a result of his resentment, He planned with the Saracens to kill Roland and his guards, this was after Roland had nominated him to be the messenger of the Saracens and he was not too happy about that so he used the opportunity to create a plan to kill Roland. “I'll go to Saragossa, to Marsilla: / but first I'll have a little bit of fun/ in order to assuage my wrath.” (Pg. 61, line 299-301).
Should it fail, Claudius can kill Hamlet by offering a poisoned cup of wine to Hamlet during the contest. Afterwards, Gertrude announced Ophelia’s drowning as Ophelia was by the river. Since it was unsure whether Ophelia’s death was by accident or suicide, her funeral lacked many of the customary rites. Laertes dramatized his grief, which prompted Hamlet to reveal himself and declare his grief. After a small fight, they
People who kill other people for really no reason are villains. Alexander killed many people just because they did something little to his civilization. According to TCI “Philip wanted to attack Persia next, but, in 336 B.C.E., he was murdered. His son, Alexander, was the new Macedonian king.” (TCI the last section). A website states that Alexander murdered his dad (Cite in Bibliography).
Later on in the play Macbeth killed Banquo because Banquo became suspicious of Macbeth’s behavior and the fear of him finding out the truth Macbeth got him killed. At Macbeth’s coronation he see Banquo’s ghost; you can either rule it out spiritual or psychological but the way Macbeth acted in front of his kingsman made everyone suspicious as to why is he acting like this and why did he use the same story with Banquo getting killed by his son like he did with Duncan’s sons. The puzzle to the pieces started getting put together and everyone started to find out that Macbeth is the person behind the killings. Before Macbeth died he killed one more family, the Macduff family; the witches gave out warnings to Macbeth about Macduff and with that Macbeth took action and killed his whole family; Macduff did not find out about it until Ross told Macduff and he wanted his revenge. At the end of the play Macduff and Malcolm attacked the kingdom and in the hands of Malcolm he killed