For Bernard, his opposition comes from anger, jealousy, and vengeance, “Helmholtz and the savage took to one another”, “Bernard felt… a pang of jealously” (182). John responds to this, and Bernard is angry towards John for not going to the party, with indifference he does not act upon any will to appease Bernard. John did the right thing for not apologizing, but he should have been more careful of Bernard’s rude outbursts. 4. It's ironic because even though Lenina says she will always like John, she would never be able to marry John because she can't just be with one person for the rest of her life.
Another example is “Lennie twisted with embarrassment”. This shows that he is humiliated by Curley and just wants him to leave as he does not know what to say in reply to Curley and is rather like a hedgehog as he wants to curl up into ball. “Lennie was looking helplessly” shows his helplessness and inadequacy to sort out the problem as he needs to George to step in and help him. He cannot deal with the situation and is unable to get out of it without somebody else’s
This shows that he hates people that he may not know well enough. Another quote from him says, “Boy, this shall not excuse the injuries that thou hast done me; therefore turn and draw.” This quote is said right after Romeo has gotten married to Juliet. Tybalt wants to fight Romeo for being at the party but Romeo does not want to fight Tybalt because he is now his cousin. Romeo tries to tell him this but he doesn't listen. From this, you can tell that Tybalt doesn't listen to anyone.
He does not like the way Tom treats Daisy and believes he should be the one that is with her, especially because of Tom’s actions toward Daisy such as talking on the phone with his mistress Myrtle, Wilson’s wife, in front of her (Fitzgerald 15). Tom says what he says in retaliation to the embarrassment caused by Gatsby’s accusation, and because he does not like Gatsby, since he is trying to take his wife, although Tom knows that Daisy will not leave him because of the control and fear he has enacted and put upon her. Neither Tom nor Gatsby care about the feelings
Tybalt completely forgets about Mercutio and says to him “Well, peace be with you, sir. Here comes my man.” This quote suggests that Tybalt was looking for Romeo and he saw his enemy. While Romeo and Tybalt are still arguing about their hatreds towards each other, Romeo gets insulted by Tybalt by calling him a “villain”. This was insult towards Romeo because in the reign of the Elizabethan time that word was very insulting especially for someone like Romeo as he comes from a noble family. Mercutio joins in the conversation and says “O calm, dishonorable, vile submission!
This act illustrates the theme of uncertainty which is presented through dramatic irony as we know that Hamlet is "I essentially not in madness, But mad in craft." In Act 1 scene 3, Ophelia is caught in an ultimate struggle in which she cannot win as Ophelia is trapped in this tradition of patriarchy with no personal choice. At first she remained uncertain for the reason of Hamlet's madness but once Polonius concludes that the blame is the very presence of Ophelia, pain and guilt are inflicted upon her as she suddenly feels responsible for Hamlet's downfall. However these feelings evolve as his seeming insanity and rudeness strangles and fades any love Ophelia had for him. We are then shown that Hamlet's insanity frightens Ophelia away.
However, the words that she uses to describe these feelings make her sound like she is obsessed with him: Everything about me hates you (2) The way I hold my pencil hates you (4) My aorta hates you. Also my ancestors (12) Layers of hate, a parfait (20). By the end of the poem, the narrator has made a detailed list of ways she claims to hate her beloved. This list shows that she is always thinking about him and sees him in every detail of her life, big or small. “I Hate Everything About You” by Adam Gontier is a song that deals with the same idea of loving and hating at the same time.
He learned how to ignore as a child. He has done it unconsciously. He hates himself as a result to his parent’s silent statement that he is worthless. He learners how to become a stranger to himself because no one wants to be a friend with a worthless someone. He would hurt but then would ignore my pain as a consequence to what he did.
Romeo and Juliet Essay Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet potrays many violent images , particularly in Act 3 scene 1 .This scene is a consequence of the previous scenes. Shortly after the servants brawled in the streets, Romeo gatecrashes the Capulet’s party. Tybalt is furious and goes after Romeo for revenge. Romeo who just married Juliet refuses to fight Mercutio, despite keeping his family’s honour. Of course, Mercutio and Tybalt , who is oblivious to this fact is disgusted at his reluctance to put up his sword.
Writer has expressed his anger using colourful and ‘over the top’ language. He is displeased with the hosts because they completely ignored the ‘ramification’ of their ‘conduits’. Writer feels as though hosts were very immature and irresponsible towards this prank and did not think or consider the effect it would have on the people who were targeted. Hyperbole, makes a dramatic impact on the reader. He wants readers to realise that this matter is more serious than what hosts thought it would be.