When Proctor had to go to the court to get his wife out of being accused of upholding witchcraft he eventually confess to his sins he committed. Talking to Danforth, Proctors says “I lusted, and there is a promise in such sweet. But it is a whore’s vengeance, and you must see it; I set myself entirely in your hands” (page 49 act three) confessing to the crime he did. He realizes what he did was wrong which was why he tried to hide it for so long. But the only way for
Because he was blind to the prophecy, he blinds himself to remember everything he had done. His fate would have been execution, but by punishing himself, he makes other believe that he is punished. In addition to Oedipus avoiding his fate he is a coward in terms of his actions. He tells Creon to exile him far away because he is too afraid to deal with all that has happed. When he says “Drive me out of this country as quickly as may be to a place where no human voice can ever greet me.” (Ln.
Two friends, almost complete opposites when it comes to their personalities, both attend Valencia High School. While one is cautious and keeps peace, the other loves a challenge and has many enemies. Their relationship is similar to that of Mercutio and Benvolio in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. These characters add flavor to the play in representing good and evil, influencing lovesick Romeo, and by adding wit to a serious-toned play. Mercutio, the hot-headed best friend of Romeo, adds wit and humor to the play Romeo and Juliet and was included in the play to make the audience laugh and also to keep them on the edge of their seats with suspense.
The characters were eyewitness, police and victim then we hot seated each character and asked questions to one another. For the eyewitness character here is some of the questions we’ve asked the character what you exactly saw, where precisely you were, what were you planning to do afterwards? Do you feel upset and angry? Police: do you feel guilty for not opening the fence doors? Do you blame David Dukenfield for the disaster?
Hughes uses his poem, The Minotaur, to try to manipulate the audience to see a different view of their marriage, and to make people feel sympathetic towards him. Hughes portrays his wife Sylvia Plath as violent, irrational, and out of control. This is shown in the way he shows her, in lines such as “The mahogany table-top you smashed”. The onomatopoeia of “smashed” further emphasises her violent personality. Later in the poem, Hughes accuses his wife of abandoning her family.
Bertrande constantly questioned and confided in those closest to her only to be told she was mad. “All my household believe me to be mad”. The priest, who was an important figure at the time, dismissed Bertrande’s speculations and did not express any doubt about the strangers identity. Rather, he reassures Bertrande that men change over time and that Bertrande should “pray for understanding” . When Bertrande went on to sue Arnaud, he discouraged Bertrande to bringing the lawsuit against the rogue imposter as he was convinced that the man Bertrande was accusing was the real Martin.
/ O, much I fear some ill unthrilly thing” (5.3.129-140). As the watch approaches, the Friar grows selfish and flees from the scene leaving Juliet who now realizes that Romeo killed himself. She then kills herself which could have so easily been prevented by the Friar. Time and time again his irresponsible behavior gets the best of
When the judges attempt to accuse Proctor because he had plowed on Sunday, Hale curiously says, “Your Honor, I cannot think you may judge the man on such evidence.” He realizes the court’s methods are peculiar and not very justifiable. The end of Act Three is a major turning point in the play as well as in Hale’s character. The girls are feigning an attack by Mary Warren and Hale comes to realize the girls have been playing everyone the entire time. He becomes so frustrated with the court that he decides to quit. It was an audacious move for Hale to leave Salem, but even more so for him to return.
He realize that his name is not worth a life. In the end of the story John rips of the confession paper so that he would ruin his children’s name. He would rather die than ruin his children’s life. Elizabeth finally realize that she shouldn’t have judge her husband. Reverend Hale realized that the girls were lying and accuse people for vengeance.
Macbeth Essay According to Dictionary.com guilt is “the fact or state of having committed an offense, crime, violation, or wrong, especially against moral or penal law”. Throughout the play of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, the theme of guilt comes up constantly. Both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth actions are influenced by their guilt. However the way they react to these feelings change throughout the play, and it seems as though Macbeth and Lady Macbeth change roles. In the beginning, Macbeth seems to be against all the killings and violence, while Lady Macbeth pushes him to commit these acts.