Macbeth now kills without thinking or lifting a hair on his arm. This is clear in Act 4 scene 2 when Macbeth sends for the murder of Lady Macduff and her son. This marks the moment of Macbeth’s utter madness, he no longer is killing for political gain or to get rid of an enemy, but simply out of the desire to do harm and evil. However, Lady Macbeth’s guilt drives her to utter madness in a different direction. She now sleepwalks and always has a delusional belief that she has blood on her hands.
Rayona hates it more than anything that when she goes anywhere, people poke fun at her and make racial remarks to her which makes her feel insecure about herself. When Ray meets Foxy for the first time, Father Tom introduces her and Foxy says, “Your Christine’s kid…The one whose father is a nigger” (Dorris 44). Not only does Rayona have to deal with racism her mother is always putting her in bad situations. There has been quite a few times where Christine has attempted to leave Ray and told her that she wanted to commit suicide. One time in the very beginning of the story Elgin goes to visit Christine in the hospital, Rayona had not seen him in 5 months and Christine did not want to tell him about her sickness.
Delia being very anxious about being in the house and not knowing where the snake is, she knows if she does not start on the laundry she will be behind for the week. It is not until she starts sorting laundry that she sees the snake and drops everything and runs out of the house where she falls asleep in the hayloft. Not long after falling asleep, she is awoken by the sound of Sykes in his drunken stupor. Banging around in the house, Sykes aware the snake is loose tries to light the lamp so that he can see. As Delia states, “whatever goes over the Devil’s back, is got to come under his belly.” Maybe if Sykes were a faithful man and not so abusive, he would not be in the mess he is in now.
Even though the sandkings enslaved Kress after they found him near the house, I think Kress didn't earn enough punishment. He has the evil spirit inside his body which obliterated his humanity when he let the shamble happened in his final party. I think Kress' inability led him had a cruel characteristic like sandkings had when he followed his pets order. His inhuman actions costed his pets revenged him and killed his friends in the party. Therefore, it is reasonable for Kress to be order a death penalty to pay off the crimes he made to
In this part of the story, the blood represents death and According to Georgie, death is everywhere around him and he is bothered by this fact and that’s why is the one striving and working hard to clean it all up whereas the floor seemed fine to the narrator. Another instance can be recognized in the rabbit part of the story where Georgie runs over a pregnant rabbit and kills her. In this part of the story, the author definitely made his “life giving character” kill a pregnant rabbit, but in doing so, he saved eight little miniature rabbits temporarily at least. Later on, the narrator killed them carelessly. This is another instance of the story that Georgie gave life to eight bunnies whereas the narrator took away those lives.
He always comes before I feel anything.’” She treats her husband poorly in front of the whole town, even after he tried to help her out. She tries justifying sleeping with other men, because her husband is poor in bed. After she shattered his image he left the incident and went off. White Cat never really says exactly how Meng Su died, just some assumptions that leave you
When Jasper, his rival, taunts him by suggesting that he is weak and inexperienced, Ged rashly conjures a spirit from the dead who brings with her a “shapeless clot of darkness”, the latter who attacks him and does him harm. After this, a chain of consequences take place. Firstly, Ged falls sick, and falls far behind the other students. Also, in staying in bed for so long, he allows the shadow he has unleashed to
Southern gothic characters usually posses some type of characteristic that makes them dark and sick- minded. Emily is full of her “sickness” enough to the point the she thinks that it is okay for her to take someone’s life because they do not want to be with her. Taking a person’s life is to be considered very violent, and death is gruesome and grotesque. Miss Emily poisons Homer with the rat poisoning and it is implied that she has relationship with Homer that is of necrophilia. Miss Emily’s hair was found on a pillow lying next to Homer Barron’s corpse.
He sends her to a psychiatrist because she is insane to think that a person can transform into a panther. Her race has grown up believing that cat people are real and are afraid of them. It creates a negative portrayal of Irena believing in this legend because it makes them seem insane and really superstitious. Irena having such a horrible childhood might have traumatized her letting her believe that she is a cat person. Irena explains how in Serbia King John drove the Mameluks out when he saw what the villagers had become, cat people representing evil, and killed most of them.
Macbeth 2nd Quarter Paper Everyone has experienced guilt at sometime in their life. It plagues the minds of children and adults who have done wrong and violated their own moral standards, or even that of society. It is a natural human reaction to committing a wrongdoing like stealing a cookie or hurting someone. In the case of Macbeth and his wife however, their guilt stems from their horrid act of murder against their innocent King Duncan and their friend Banquo. Their reactions and ways of experiencing guilt differ.