Creon’s tragic flaw is that he is to prideful. Creon insists on killing Antigone because she disobeyed his decree. When Haimon questions his decision, Creon replies by saying,” I’ll have no dealing with law breakers” (792, 35-36). Creon is explaining to Haimon that he will not deal with any rule breakers and that Antigone will be put to die along with her traitor of a brother. Creon’s pride is what leads to the death of Haimon, his son, and the Queen, his wife.
For example, Pollitt says, “She was a woman killed by a man because she was a woman.” She never uses any facts to support this idea. In fact, Pollitt herself points out that the killer, Stephen Morgan, harassed men at some point too. He was also generally weird and hateful towards many other people including men. After killing Johanna he had plans to kill others, including “Jews” and more students at Wesleyan. She, herself, calls him “anti-Semite” so it seems unlikely that this statement can be supported.
Macbeth believes that there is no amount of water that can cleanse his sin. Macbeth has disobeyed the rules of a soldier by not only murdering the King which makes him a traitor, yet he has also killed a defenseless man as Duncan was asleep. On the other hand, Lady Macbeth is unfazed by Macbeth murdering King Duncan. For instance, Lady Macbeth believes that the deceased are only asleep. Lady Macbeth states that “The sleeping and the dead/ Are but as pictures” (2.2.56, 57).
Proctor was a well known, good man in the village of Salem. He was a land owner and a prosperous farmer; however he did have a tragic flaw which was that he could not control his emotions. He got angry very easily and described himself as a sinner because he cheated on his wife with Abigail. When the witch trials began, they caused a huge struggle for John. His wife, friends, and innocent people were being accused for crimes they did not commit.
It is comes out two arguments that George did either right or wrong to kill Lennie in the end. The people who think he did right, was said, George have no way to do but he can only kill Lennie. Think about the situiation George held, he tried to ask Slim if they can put Lennie in jail, but Slim told him that's not good for Lennie. On the other hand, almost all the other farmers were angry with Curleys wife's death. Despite he saved Lennie, what
Most people believe George Chapman was "Jack the Ripper" because he hated women, killed three of his many wives, and because he was a surgeon. However, many people do not believe that he was the "Ripper" because Chapman poisoned three of his wives and enjoyed watching them suffer as they died. "Jack the Ripper" killed his victims quickly. Every serial killer has a specific signature to his murders, and Chapman's signature does not fit the "Jack the Ripper" profile. According to All Serial Killers, "In 1903, Frederick Abberline, a retired crack detective who had been in charge of the Ripper investigation at the ground level stated that he thought that multiple wife poisoner Severn Klosowski, alias George Chapman, might be Jack the Ripper.
In fact, no one even knows what the feud is over. The motivator for Huck to move on was the fact that they all shot each other to death and Huck did not want to get “kilt”. He also had an encounter with more civilized folks such as the corrupt official that shot the town drunk on a whim and the town’s people had absolutely no recourse and then there were the con artists, the Duke and King. Huck wanted no part in being “sivilized” after seeing and learning what it
Some can’t help but wonder if it is indeed god’s “will that a child should suffer and its soul be dammed for a little blemish of the body” (Wyndham). But none of them see that “nobody, nobody, really knows what is the true image” (Wyndham). In V for Vendetta people are also killed for their physical appearances but also are denied every freedom that could be found in a normal society. “They take your parents, they take your brother from you, they take everything they can, accept your life” (McTeigue). Political activists are killed, anyone who attempts freedom or has an idea is killed or they “die defending [it]” (McTeigue).
He was not a monster but victim. He only killed because the world caused him to. No single living being wants to be born into the world alone and left to die alone. “If you had seen the man who thus capitulated for his safety, your surprise would have been boundless. His limbs were nearly frozen, and his body dreadfully emaciated by fatigue and suffering.
A reasonable expectation of privacy is the kind of expectation any citizen might have with respect to any other citizen. Evaluate the moral permissibility of “suicide by cop.” There's no moral-permissibility. Because it's very simple, you're killing yourself, at the expense someone else. Taking a life always costs a person something, even if it's a 'righteous kill', you'll remember the people you killed, the rest of your life. That's why all suicides are morally questionable, because next to your family, and social-circle, the paramedics, the police, the coroner, they all lose something, in having to clean you up.