When Huck gets a bad feeling (in the superstitious sense), he signs all his money over to Judge Thatcher. Shortly after, his drunk and abusive father shows up back in town. Until now, everyone thought Huck’s dad was dead, but that is sadly not the case. Anyway, he demands money from Huck, who’s all, "Oh, man, too bad you didn’t get here yesterday." Enraged and abusive, Dad threatens Huck for a bit and finally kidnaps him so they can both live in filthy poverty by the river.
Ophelia drowned in the river, which causes Laertes to ﬂee the room, overcome with grief. With the deaths of his only beloved family members, Laertes is in a rage and is overcome with grief and tragedy. Now that he knows Hamlet killed his father, he also blames Hamlet for driving Ophelia insane, which leads her to her death. So, he is probably on a bloody rampage, wanting to kill Hamlet in an instant. Everyone pities Laertes as his father and sister die; however Claudius uses this as an advantage to have Laertes kill Hamlet.
Some people consider the unusual events surrounding the opening of the tomb as evidence for a ‘curse’. Some think this may have occurred due to the items in his tomb that were collected and broken and even king tuts mummy itself was said to have been chopped into pieces and parts were even missing. According to legend, lord Carnarvon soon died from a mosquito bite and his three legged dog howled and dropped dead and all the lights went out in the city of Cairo. And then others of Carter’s party began to die of mysterious causes. Carter, himself had to suffer the fate of watching all his friends and associates drop off like flies, even his pet was killed by a cobra in a freak incident.
He reached down and pulled to the curb three girls who are squeezed between hundreds of others in despair, jostling to escape the inferno of smoke and flames that turned the nightclub. A Brazilian newspaper wrote, “there was a barrier of bodies blocking the entrance.” And the door closed inward which prevented a smooth outward flow of people running out for dear life. After the tragedy, many of the survivors of this fire suffered sequelae and remained hospitalized for more serious situation. All patients requiring mechanical ventilation were considered more complex cases. Others could not survive after hospitalized.
His punishment of killing the bird is that he has to keep telling his story over and over again. Both characters knew that they were going to be punished and have to pay the ultimate price for what they had done. Victors unthinking act of creating the creature led to the murder of two of his closest loved ones. "I beheld those I loved spend vain sorrow upon the graves of William and Justine, the first hapless victims to my unhallowed arts" (Shelley 100). Mary Shelly uses The Rime of the Ancient Mariner because both Victor and the Mariner did single unthinking acts that got them both severely punished.
He is very knowledgeable of all things, and when he was created by the God’s they gave him courage and beauty. Gilgamesh use to terrorize the people in Uruk, which they would pray to Anu the sky God for help. Anu spoke to the Goddess of Creation and told her to make someone that was equal to Gilgamesh. That is when Enkidu was made; he had the brute strength of a dozen wild animals. He was seduced by a harlot from the temple of love, which during this time he lost his strength and wildness but gain understanding and wisdom.
In the beginning of the text, Anna interviews Miriam, a woman who was an “enemy of the state at sixteen”. At the time of the Berlin wall, Miriam attempted to escape East Germany, however she was captured, interrogated, starved and sleep-deprived; the Stasi men tortured her, which caused mental scarring as well as “some strange little tics”. After her release from prison Miriam married her husband, Charlie. The Stasi took Charlie and murdered him, although, they told Miriam that he committed suicide. At the funeral the directors would not let Miriam see the body, leaving her without closure and wondering what really happened to him.
He waded in and stripped in darkness to the skin, splashing his arms, legs, and head with raw liquor; drank it and snuffed some up his nose... Then, holding the suitcase, he walked out in the river until there was no bottom and he was swept away in the dark.” (139). It is obvious through this quote that the river represents Guy’s rebirth as he leaves his old life behind for a new life within the Forrest. However, just as in a real birth, Guy cannot be thrust out into this new world immediately but instead needs time to
The blood was covering the walls and none of the characters wanted to enter the room. Eventually, the English soldiers kill MacBeth when they raid his castle and his evil wife, who stood by his side throughout all the tragedies, died as well. This proves Cooney’s thesis because MacBeth died a horrific death. In To Kill a Mockingbird, Lee uses the character Bob Ewell as an example to support her argument. She writes, [Mr. Ewell says] "I seen that black nigger yonder ruttin' on my Mayella!"
Line (11-12) “That thousands of sweepers, Dick, Joe, Ned, and Jack, Were all of them locked up in coffins of black. Thousands of children dies from misery and pain cleaning the dark chimney where they suffocate because they couldn’t barley breathe. (13-14) And by came an angel, who had a bright key,And opened the coffins, and let them all free; The children died while working and angels came to the dark chimney and they all went to heaven a place where they was set free. (15-14) Then down a green plain, leaping, laughing, they run, And wash in a river, and shine in the sun. The children has made it to heaven a place where they are set free, they are now able to enjoy their life as children should laughing and playing enjoying their little lives.