Moreover the relationship between Candy and his dog is similar to the relationship between George and Lennie, hence the dog getting killed foreshadows George killing Lennie at the end of the novel since Candy clearly says to George “I ought to of shot that dog myself. George” which is exactly what George does at the end he shoots his own dog (in the form of Lennie). Candy plays a major role in making George and Lennie’s dream possible by putting in the majority of the money. The main reason behind this is because he’s getting to ‘old’ for the job and is likely to get “canned” soon and if that happens he will
When Francis finds courage hunting buffalo, Margot becomes nervous of his newfound confidence, which may have led her to shooting him. After Margot kills Francis, Hemingway hints that she killed Francis on purpose by Wilson telling Margot, “‘that was a pretty thing to do…he would have
Immediately Macbeth thinks of murdering King Duncan so the third of his prophecies will be fulfilled even though he is horrified by the idea. Lady Macbethâs greed makes her determined the third prophecy will come true. But believes Macbeth is not capable of murdering Duncan but will provoke him. When Lady Macbeth hears the news that that Duncan is coming to visit she believes it is the ideal opportunity to kill Duncan. Lady Macbeth calls on the spirits of darkness and evil to replace her nurturing and feminine qualities with remorseless cruelty.
This is highlighted again with the genuine care that he shows when he accidently shoots Mandras with his cannon, again employing his strength in order to carry his to the doctor’s house. Pelagia is presented as an unconventional female in the fact that she has developed a reputation within her village of being opinionated. ‘’Shoot Pelagia before she bites somebodies balls off’’ suggests that the male-dominated society might resent
That is a step on which I must fall down, or else oerleap for in my way it lies. Stars hide your fires, let not light see my black and deep desires.” When Lady Macbeth receives the letter from her husband about the witches prediction she also realises that Duncan must killed. She thinks that Macbeth deserves to be great but also believes he is too noble to do such a thing. “Yet do I fear thy nature It is too full othe milk of human-kindness to catch the nearest way. Thou wouldst be great art not without ambition, but without the illness should attend it.” This shows that Lady Macbeth simply brings out the murderous butcher within Macbeth which was always subconsciously there with his ambition for glory.
“Wes Hayden had no choice but to lock up Frank.” Wes Hayden is a loyal, average Joe, down to earth character with good morals. But when Wes’s brother commits a crime, he is stuck in a moral dilemma. Wes Hayden a law enforcer in the town Montana, in fact he is the sheriff, he makes the decision whether or not his only brother Frank Hayden, goes to jail or walks free. Frank is guilty of assault and murder of an Indian woman, Wes’s house keeper and Wes’s son David’s companion, Marie. David was quite fond as Marie, as was Wes.
The Log represents that he is not even that of a full tree, which Janie is searching for, the kill hidden in his last names shows that he is a killer of her aspirations. Logan does not respect Janie as his wife seeing her beneath him, nor is he interested in her dreams or goals. When Joe Starks is introduced into the novel he is presented as that of a prince charming. He offers Janie a better life “offering to make a wife out of her”. (29) This quotation proposes that he wants to shape her into his own image, of how a woman is supposed to be.
In “Whoso List to Hunt” the speaker finds himself chasing after a female deer that he cannot seem to catch, symbolizing a female lover that he cannot woo. He has a genuine desire for the lover, but also becomes baffled at the degree of difficulty it takes to catch her, which leads to him becoming jaded to the “hunt”. As much as the speaker wants to call off the hunt, he realizes that he does in fact love the woman; however, he warns other gentlemen that the chase for the woman is a futile one, and it is later revealed that the woman belongs to another man. The other man is a very important man, which we know because the woman has engraved around her neck “Noli me tangere, for Caesar’s I am, and wild for to hold, though tame I seem.” (Wyatt 14) As one can find through historical understanding, Caesar marked his hinds this way in an effort to keep them safe from hunters. According to Greenblatt and Abrams’ The Norton Anthology of English Literature – eighth edition, the common interpretation of the poem is that Sir Thomas Wyatt is referring to his love for Ann Boleyn, and the fact that Henry VIII becomes interested in her.
He would like to become king but is too kind and decent to murder his way to the throne. After the murder is committed, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth begin to almost switch places. Macbeth keeps secrets from Lady Macbeth, such as Banquo's death. Lady Macbeth becomes the one who is unstable and unsure, She would wake up in the night sleep walking and speaking aloud whilst doing so. "Out, damned spot!
Man betrays his upbringing and become civilized to protect their way of life. "When he sees her beckoning he will embrace her and then the wild beasts will reject him." (20) Gilgamesh is a womanizing ruler this is represented by him saying, "Take with you this harlot, a child of pleasure" (20) to the trapper so that they could save the existence of the community. Gilgamesh bears the secret that if he is ever conquered it will be by a woman. By sending the Harlot he has revealed his own weakness.