He felt hurt, mad, regretful, and betrayed. He had trusted everything in this women and she goes out and betrays him by marrying another knight. He felt more anger and grief because of the way he found out. The king took him in to live with him, just thinking he was a regular wolf, and he bring Bisclavaret’s old wife and her husband to dinner. Bisclavaret attacks them when he realizes who it is and they now know that he is the wolf.
She promised Francis before their trip not to sleep with other men. However, when Macomber embarrasses Margaret by running away from the lion, she decides to spend the night with Wilson. She is a cruel woman, and possibly a murderer, the scene where she shots the buffalo is ambiguous, and gives us space to question if she was shooting at the buffalo or her husband. Margaret is an opportunist. Robert- Wilson is Hemingway's masculine ideal character.
In many scenes, violence is readily available, in which it is normally committed or illustrated by the protagonist, Macbeth. Shakespeare takes the violence and relates it to manliness. Lady Macbeth, who, behind public eyes, is a very savage, threatening force, wants to remove her womanhood in order to commit tyrant crime herself: “The effect and it! Come to my woman's breasts / And take my milk for gall, you murdering ministers” (Shakespeare, I.5.53). Lady Macbeth is calling upon the gods to “unsex” her so she can proceed and help Macbeth commit the murder of Duncan.
Other figurative language is used to describe Red Riding Hood succumbing and losing her innocence, "The thin muslin went flaring up the chimney like a magic bird." The muslin is a pure and natural material and its disappearing up the chimney could symbolize her abandoning her innocence. The subplots used in this story tell us the origin of the wolves and let the audience how the wolves came about. It also tells us the story of a man who became a wolf on his wedding night. This helps us to see the story from the perspectives of both the victims
Again, we see sexuality as a bad thing, used by vampires as tools of seduction and betrayal. d. Before Van Helsing destroys the three woman vampires, who die in the same sexual way as the vampire Lucy, he replicates upon the danger of being seduced by the women's beauty and never being able to kill them. e. Dracula's attack on Mina is littered with imagery of sex, rape and betrayal. Her husband is unconscious on the very bed on which the act is taking place. f. "The fair girl went on her knees and bent over me, fairly gloating.
Claudius is revealed to be a two-faced character and a ‘smiling damned villain’. The word damned suggests that Claudius has damned himself to hell in a religious sense, as he has committed murder of the king which is seen as very punishable also in a superstitious sense. This demonstrates the problems existing in the ruling class, and how they aren’t necessarily good people, just because they have a lot of power in that society. The Queen is described as a ‘seeming-virtuous queen’ , and this suggests that she acts like a good queen but isn’t grieving enough for her deceased husband; as she has quickly re-married to his brother. This is seen as disrespectful from Hamlets point of view throughout the play, as he never accepts Claudius to be a replacement to his father, and never really approves of his mother’s re-marriage.
Osiris was exposed to metaphorical blindness because in the story Osiris’ brother, Set, is very jealous of his position and very well attempts to take it away from him. In the story Set puts together a small group of people who feel the same way about Osiris. They decide to hold a great feast of honour when he had come back from one of his trips. First of all, Osiris was exposed to metaphorical blindness because in the story Isis stated “Do not go my beloved. Set, your brother, is an evil man, who hates you and will do you harm (Osiris and Isis, 205)”.
She insults his masculinity greatly, by calling him a coward. She says “Live a coward in thine own esteem”. In this patriarchy time, this mockery was a disgrace to Macbeth, thus he chose to act, rather than have his honour snatched from him. The imperative Lady Macbeth uses in ‘live’ derives that she has order and capability over her husband. Furthermore, in Aristotle’s theory he makes
Due to Creon’s tragic flaw and destructive pride, he suffered at the hands of the angry Gods. According to Aristotle, a tragedy “arouses pity and fear in the audience so that they may be cleansed of these unsettling emotions.” Dr. Larry A. Brown, a professor of theater, says a tragedy “examines the major questions of human existence. Why are we here? How can we know the will of the gods?
1.2.184-185. Hamlet is extremely displeased as he must now call his uncle, stepfather/King due to their ill conceived union...’you have deeply offended your father’ [she means Claudius] 3.4.9. Hamlet felt anger and resentment towards his mother who has not only betrayed him but also his father's memory in marrying a man inferior to his father. A man who he believed could not walk near his father’s footsteps ‘...To give the world a model man. This was your husband....what follows.