Othello, aware of his enormous mistakes, committed suicide beside Desdemona. Iago, after being arrested, was taken away to wait for punishment from Cassio, who became the new governor of Cyprus | Othello ignored Desdemona’s protests of innocence and smothered herEmilia disclosed the truth about the handkerchief, which revealed Iago’s plots and led to her deathOthello realized
The deeds he performs are always in the name of honor and benefit to those he serves. He serves her with respect and dedication. He undertakes various valorous deeds for her, and saves her from dangers, always placing her welfare above his own. Tristan is a chivalric knight, and his loyalty lies not only with his Lord but also with his Lady. Tristan is a hero, in-the-making throughout the story.
Atticus Finch is “civilised in his heart.” Atticus stands for all Harper Lee admires in a father, citizen, a lawyer, a southern gentleman and a Christian. He is the ideal “reasonable” man. He is an intellectual and a book-lover, he “would be so deep in a book he wouldn’t hear the kingdom coming.” He is highly generous and kind, this can be shown by him investing in his brother’s education. He functions as the moral backbone of Maycomb, a person to whom others turn in times of doubt and trouble. He is highly respected within Maycomb, Judge Taylor says that he is “always courteous to everybody” and Miss Maudie proclaims “we trust him to do right.” Even though Atticus actions of protecting Tom Robinson brought him to be the object of scorn in Maycomb ironically he is a heroic figure in the novel.
One of the ways in which the characters interact with each other is by having genuine respect for one another. Macbeth decides he has too much respect for Duncan when he says ‘He hath hounor’d me of late’. Macbeth is having regrets about fantasizing to kill the king due to his respect for him and he doesn’t feel as though he needs more power. This is classified and proper respect because Macbeth is not lying or saying it because he has to. The reason Macbeth suddenly changes is because he has realised that Duncan genuinely has respect for him and lauds him often.
The original king, Mufasa, possesses character traits that the general public would recognize as qualities of a “good” leader. As we discussed in class, leadership attributes across cultures include being trustworthy, honest, positive, decisive, dependable, and Just. To start, Mufasa understands his responsibility and boundaries as King. This is evident in the scene where he shows Simba where his kingdom begins and ends. Mufasa is also noble and wise which is demonstrated through his knowledge of the circle of life.
Likewise, Beowulf also has authority in his land though he gains it because he is recognize as the mightiest man on earth. Though, they are introduced in the story at different times, both Hrothgar and Grendel ultimately have to solve the same problem of facing Grendel. Moreover, each man is loved and respected by those of their native lands. In response to that, each man shows a positive expression towards their people as well. Hrothgar is a caring and generous ruler who just wants the best way of life for his people.
King Duncan sees Macbeth as a loyal soldier and is grateful for his actions, he trusts him immensely. “O valiant cousin! Worthy gentleman!” (1.11.26). In these lines King Duncan is expressing how happy he is with Macbeth. He sees him as a great soldier, which shows that Macbeth in the beginning of the play was indeed a
The good warriors show loyalty to their “ring-givers” and will often stand by their side in the face of battle. However, others show their fear. All in all, loyalty, honor, and generosity are what sets everyone apart from evil and are most important in the culture of Beowulf. You will see these traits in a good King as well. A good King would be someone who gives his thanes treasure for their efforts in battle.
Both the captain and Ross think he is a skilled and wonderful fighter. At one point they call him the God of War. He is also very loyal and dependable to King Duncan for fighting for Scotland. He is the Thane of Glamis and is content with the position. He is a civilized man.
Because he strangles her with her own hair the speaker infers that Porphyria brought this on herself by trying to take his power, this was her fault and not his. Similarly to what happens in My Last Duchess the man gains his power back by killing the women however Porphyria had the power in the first half of the power which