David was quite fond as Marie, as was Wes. A beautiful, young, intelligent woman was brutally murdered by a heartless prick, a low life, Wes’s brother. The same man Wes looked up to as a child, the same man who protected him from bullies, a man he loved. And now he had to choose whether to stay loyal to his only brother, or uphold justice. Wes was a sheriff.
Prince Humperdinck tries to make himself seem like a brave hunter, but as the story goes on the reader begins to question the validity of this statement. He is deceiving, greedy, and dishonest. He is extremely afraid of being called a coward. Even though he is a talented hunter, he uses his training for his own good. He hunts in his zoo of death, and tries to murder his wife just so he can start a war.
George needs to blame somebody for his mediocre life; the truth of his mediocrity, however, lies in his enjoyment of alcohol and prostitutes, vices that prevent him from ever raising enough money to finance his dream of owning his own farm. George from Of Mice and Men, despite his shortcomings, acts admirably towards his helpless friend. • Lennie is big and dumb. His childlike innocence allows him to take an active role in George's dream of owning a farm. Lennie loves soft things and animals, which he accidentally kills because of his strength.
Mouse is Easy Rawling’s best friend, but he is also extremely violent and does not think twice before taking someone’s life. Even Easy knows not to cross Mouse, especially when money is involved, because he knows Mouse would not hesitate to kill him too. Mouse is the reason Easy left Houston, Texas in the first place due to the guilt he felt from driving Mouse to go kill his own step-father for money. However, when Easy finds himself mixed up with gangsters and a couple of murders, he realizes he needs Mouse and attempts to contact him. Mouse is merciless and knows what it takes to survive, just like Easy’s inner voice.
Tam Lin play the role of a supporting character, working on the protagonist’s side I think Tam Lin is a round character because there’s a good amount of details in the book about him and he has many qualities of a human. Tam Lin is pretty complex because he kind of started out on the antagonist side but then he change his way and ended up helping Matt escape. “’ I always say, Tam Lin said, breathing hard as if he’d run a long way, ‘I always say the truth is the best even when it un pleasant. Any rat can in a sewer can lie. It’s how rats are.
Like any psychopath organized, it's him who wants to have the last word and manipulate those around him.” Indeed the principal characteristic of an organized serial killer is to control him self during the crime, to live with a partner (he asked his wife to denounce him so then she could get the reward) and to be able to the dominate the conversation. Whereas a low IQ serial killer is not able to control him self, lives alone, leaves a lot of evidence on the crime scene and doesn’t have any social skills or the strict minimum not enabling him to manipulate people. This information was defined in the early 60’s and was of great help during forensic studies made to determine more precisely the profile of the
You could do the same with the other two main characters: Jacob Kanon and Dessie Larsson. You would think Jacob Kanon was a crazy stalker for following the murderers across Europe, but then you would see that he has a reason. They killed his only daughter. He works for the NYPD, so he obviously wasn’t scared of such criminals and thus, he went after them. You might think Dessie Larsson was laid back and didn’t work very much.
In McCarthy’s, No Country for Old Men, money plays a significant role when it comes to ethical decision making. In the beginning, Llewelyn Moss comes across a crime scene where drug traffickers and drug dealers are brutally murdered by a third party, in pursuit for the money. Regardless, Moss greedily steals the money but leads him and his family to dangerous situations. In addition, Carson Wells is hired as a bounty hunter to kill Anton Chigurh and get the money, however, he ends up dying in the process. Finally, the crime and violence over money is so senseless, that Sheriff Ed-Tom Bell retires to prevent his life from being taken away.
Macbeth can’t be fully blamed for all of the murders as he didn’t personally commit the crimes he got other people to do them for him. This shows that he is not a butcher because although he arranged the murders of Banquo, Lady Macduff and her sons, he didn’t actually carry them out. A butcher would have got great joy out of brutally killing these innocent people. Although some may argue that these murders were unnecessary to the play, they were important to Macbeth’s character as he wanted to get rid of anybody who was seen as a potential threat to his crown. It can be argued that Lady Macbeth is the true butcher; she is the person who persuades Macbeth to kill Duncan.
Another conflict he faces is near the end of the book when he confesses to the murders. He at first told the detective that he had killed only Mr. Clutter and Kenyon, and then later before signing his written statement, he wanted to make it right and confessed that he had indeed killed Mr. Clutter, Kenyon, Nancy, and Mrs. Clutter. His strengths are that he is sensitive, creative, smart, and thoughtful. His weaknesses are that he comes from a troubled background, and that he has been in and out of jail. Mr. Richard Eugene Hickock is the other main character in this novel.