a central motif in the play is trickery or deceit, whether for good or evil purposes. counterfeiting, or concealing one's true feelings, is part of this motif. everyone seems to lie; good characters as well as evil ones engage in deceit as they attempt to conceal their feelings: beatrice and benedick mask their feelings for one another with bitter insults; don john spies on claudio and hero; don pedro and his 'crew' deceive benedick and beatrice. who hides and what is hidden? how does deceit function in the world of the play, and how does it help the play comment on life in general?
Why do Proctor and Rebecca speak out against Hale’s coming? Why has Proctor set himself against Parris? How does Rebecca’s departure affect those waiting at the bedside? 7. Why does Abigail accuse Tituba?
Shakespeare and Marlowe use trickery and deception to present their characters with certain qualities. Prospero is presented as powerful and vengeful at the beginning by conjuring the tempest using magic to trick the characters on board. Throughout the play he becomes wiser and leans the values of forgiveness of those who have deceived him. Faustus is a character that is put in the position of power and doesn’t use it for valid purposes. He’s useless tricks display vanity and indicate his wastefulness to the audience.
8. Is the creator a reliable source of information? Yes 9. Why was the document created? (persuasive in nature or reporting a message) Persuasive; she was telling the readers why monopolism is wrong and persuading them to bring down Rockefeller.
If yes, who? 8. Does the stalker know where you work? If yes, do you have any concerns about that? 9.
| Question #6 | Assume that Robert reported the problem to the NTSB and that he has applied for an accounting position with your company. The hiring decision is down to two candidates, Robert and Susan, both of whom are former employees of ABC. John, the person who will make the hiring decision, knows that Robert and Susan both knew of the problem and that Robert reported but Susan did not report. Robert and Susan are equivalent in all other respects. Who do you believe John will hire, Robert or Susan?
With an eyewitness that places Martin at the grocery store. When Martin asked for an attorney he invoking the sixth amendment, one question Martin’s lawyer can ask is if he has his rights read to him( Miranda vs. Arizona 1966) as is stated in the reading of the “Miranda Rights” he is by law not entitled to give any statement without a council being present. The last thing the prosecutor can use against Lawbreaker and Martin is working against each other. At a formal arraignment, the judge must read out the charges he or she is being convicted of and inform them of their rights. The judge could ask Martin if he can afford a lawyer.
Iago’s mean and insensitive manipulation is geared towards the innocent and ends up causing the destruction of Roderigo, Cassio, Desdemona, Emilia, and Othello. Iago’s ability to navigate human nature and use it to his own benefit is the tool that helps makes him evil. Jealousy is the center of this play with Iago's jealousies and own weaknesses being the main motivation for his exposing others’ flaws to destroy them. Iago’s motivation is clear right from the start of the play. “As early as the sixth line of the first scene of the first act this motive is predicated as basic data for the action which follows.
He even admitted his evilness to himself stating to Dimmesdale, "I have already told you what I am a fiend!" (Hawthorne 158). The ever growing corruption and evil inside of Chillingworth collided with the good that Dimmesdale, Hester, and Pearl were bringing into the world. Hawthorne hints the innate nature of the good and evil of both sides towards the end of the novel, by describing that Chillingworth is viewed badly by the town but Dimmesdale and Hester are viewed as good people. It is in this way that Roger Chillingworth's specific use in the novel is to portray the conflict good versus evil.
Passaged-based Essay Assignment Write a critical commentary on the presentation of truth and self-deception both in this passage and elsewhere in the play. In the play, truth and self-deception is omnipresent especially seen with the two main characters Joe Keller and Chris Keller. Self-deception is present whenever the accident of the cracked cylinder heads is hinted or spoken about. While the presentation of truth mostly occurs when the issue is raised or when the tension over it is escalating. This essay will then analyse the way Miller present this theme, the purpose behind it and the contrasting perspectives between the characters over it.