As they made their way back to the garrison - to home – there wasn 't much chatter. There was a quiet companionship during their homeward journey but Porthos wasn 't able to enjoy it. He thought of how his brothers must be ashamed of him. They took him back with open arms, as he knew they would, but he felt that by taking off the fleur-de-lys they all wore so proudly, he had essentially abandoned them. As he grew up, Porthos told himself he didn 't need to know his father 's identity.
That meaning,Mr. Grey did commit a crime that’s not common, he killed a man because he did not like an old man’s eye. That is not a common case you hear every day but Mr. Grey is not insane he clearly stated “I am aware of what I’m doing” during the period of him killing the old man. Mr. Grey’s attorney may try to claim self-defense from the old man. I have evidence on why he cannot use that statement.
How would you feel if your loved one’s went outside the house and never came back? There are many innocent people in the world that disappear and never came back. We all have an unknown fear of losing someone we love. But some people do not share the same perspective, these people are the sociopaths, psychopaths and have other mental disorders which changes their ways of interpreting things. One of the tortured soul who killed innocent people was Edmund Kemper.
And yes, at the moment Macbeth felt extremely guilty, but this guilt did not move him to at least come clean and try to fix things. This constant lying made it easier for him to act as if it had never happened, for a long time he kept this secret. He then felt threatened by his own friend Banquo, remembering that great things were to happen to him as well. Again, he let the greed, and the want to have all the power and recognition for himself, control his decisions by ordering the murder of Banquo and his
This created Troy’s character. Even though Troy seems to be hold a wall in-front of himself, he really cares about his family. If his family would have acknowledge that they understood his actions and loved him regardless before his death, Troy’s actions would not have been as brutal as they were when they did not say anything. In addition, Alice Mills claims that “…Troy does not face trail of initiation until he crossed the fence and left behind the protection of his family for the world of difficult choices”, I disagree with this statement as well. To break down Mills claim, “Troy does not face trail of initiation until he crossed the fence…” symbolizes Troy’s death.
Wes Moore wrote this book because he realized that the fate of the other Wes could’ve easily been his. The Other Wes admired his older brother Tony and even though Tony tried to keep Wes off the streets he didn’t listen and his mother didn’t want to believe that
Wiesel says, “I did not weep, and it pained me that I could not weep. But I was out of tears. And deep inside me, if I could have searched the recesses of my feeble conscience, I might have found something like: Free at last!..” This shows the conflicts within himself he deeply needed his dad to survive to hold on and keep his identity, but he also thought that he was being restricted due to his father. Before the events occurred Elie would not have thought his father was holding him back he, thought he was pushing him forward. The death of his father relieved the stress of some of these conflicts, but it changed how he dealt with certain things moving forward.
He mostly wants to live up to his father’s courage, power, judgement and the will to risk your life for others. Their relationship got more unsteady with the government’s instability. Amir also finds trouble with separating class divisions with his childhood friend who is also his servant, Hassan. He doesn’t want to call him a friend, which he really is to him. “I never thought of Hassan and me as friends either.
In line 1228 he says to the leader: “Oh it’s hard giving up on the heart’s desire… but I will do it” after he is convinced to let Antigone free. This quote says, Creon does not want to go back on his word and does not want to let a criminal get away, but he has to so his people can view him as a better ruler than they initially thought. This made me feel sympathetic because he was willing to give up something he cared about for the life of someone else. It shows a change he undergoes but was never able to fix his mistakes because Antigone had already killed