He made the decision to stay when he could've left town. A year later Roger also dies. " There was no more devils work on earth for him to do, it only remained for the unhumanized mortal to betake himself wither his masterwould find himtasks enough to pay him his wages duly,"(2550). Roger chillingworth is the worst greatest sinner because he acted devilish towards Arthur Dimmesdale. He purpousley chose to have anger and hatred towards dimmesdale for the minister his whole
As Friar Lawrence was the last person to see Juliet alive and gave Juliet the poison to make her sleep, he would be the person most responsible for the suicides of Juliet Capulet and Romeo Montague. All the other suspects played smaller roles in causing
Susie’s dad smashes all of his ships that he made when he finds out Susie died. Mr. Harvey leaves before anyone can find him. Susie is with the same people in heaven in both the movie and book. Differences: In the movie Susie was just murdered, but in the book she was murdered and raped. Susie’s dad has a heart attack at the end of the book.
Yesterday, the citizens of Verona were shocked at the discovery of a double death. Two young teenagers, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet’s bodies were discovered in the Capulet family tomb; both of them dead. Initial investigation shows that the two committed suicide. One by sword and the other by poison. It appears that Romeo went down to mourn Juliet inside the Capulet tomb when he encountered Country Paris who was supposed to have wed Juliet last week.
on the morning of the 16th of February Elizabeth was found dead in her suite with two gun shot wounds in her head. She had been found dead a day after the event but test results show that she had been murdered on the night of the charity event, between 2:00am and 4:00am. The Prince along with the royal family were extremely grieved by this dreadful act. Several investigations opened regarding the death of Princess Elizabeth Hills. One of the best investigators, Detective Arnold Wisconsin, was hired but he himself could not figure out anything.
S.E. Hinton agrees with Nothing Gold Can Stay because her book, The Outsiders, and Nothing Gold Can Stay both imply that innocence cannot be retained. “Nothing Gold Can Stay” means that no one can keep their innocence. In The Outsiders, all the characters lose their innocence in some way. Dally lost his innocence at the age of 10 when he killed a man, and Johnny lost his innocence at the age of 16 when he killed Bob Sheldon.
In the case of Mary Barnett, the mother of six months old Allison left her child alone and unattended while she was gone to San Francisco. When Mary Barnett return after a week she found the baby dead; an autopsy was performed on Allison only to find out that the baby had died from dehydration. According to the police Ms. Barnett knew the baby would die within a day or two. As a result, Mary Barnett is guilty and should be accountable for her actions, therefore she should be punished. I don’t think Mary Barnett is ill because she was aware of what she was doing and she knew what her consequences were.
It was the ultimate act of friendship and sacrifice, on George's part, to kill Lennie. He knew that Lennie would be lynched and hung for murdering Curley's wife. He also knew that Lennie didn't know any better, he had no idea the power of his own strength, he did not fully know the ramifications of what he had done, but he did know that it was bad and that he might get into trouble. George basically spared Lennie from a death filled with pain and suffering and Lennie almost had this moment of clarity when he knows what George has to do and he's ok with it. 3.
Curley wanted to kill Lennie because he disgrace Curley and killed Curley’s wife and that is an act of capital punishment, which is wrong because Lennie didn’t mean to kill her. In conclusion, George was right to kill Lennie because he care a lot for him and capital punishment is wrong because some people who are sentence to death might actually be innocent. Overall, George murder Lennie because Lennie murder Curley’s
Instead of Macbeth directly killing Banquo, Macbeth hired his gang members to act out this murder. By doing this, Macbeth hopes to be plagued lessen from the guilt and sorrow he awaits, and secondly it acts as insurance for Macbeth because if anyone saw the murder they would not see Macbeth thus making him innocent of the