He unconsciously has no sense of right or wrong, he only does good and bad based on what he has learned from the people around him. This is why he has the ability to “play it cool” throughout the novel against all the superstations of him murdering his wife. This is also the reason why he got away with murder in the first place. If we
What’s the law? It’s only someone’s opinion” (283). Martyn Pig killed and covered up dad’s death with no remorse, he was also blackmailing Dean, and he lied to Alex, copes, social worker, Dean, and Aunty Jean. Even though Martyn’s father was a violent drunk, he is a villain because he covered up his father’s death and he lied to everyone especially the police. To begin with, Martyn Pig killed and covered up dad’s death with no remorse, Martyn Pig claims that it was just an accident.
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.
Montresor Is Just a Normal Man I think Montresor is a normal person. Yes he made his thought came real, and he actually killed a friend, but one can tell from the story that he is just a human being like us. Montresor killed Fortunato out of hatred, of vengeance. Different like some serial killer who killed because they love “killing” Montresor didn’t want to get caught, so he chose a place no one will ever notice and told the story fifty years after the incident. A serial killer will eagerly want people to find the body, so that his/her “work” will be seen.
But in this section we see a first hand look at the reasons for why Claudius may have commit the murder. I could just say he wanted to be king so got rid of his brother. To the general interpretation that is correct. When you look past that general and basic thinking and analyze more. Claudius openly admits to the sin he has committed “of those effects for which I did the murder” but also says that his fault has passed.
In the article I see a killer die the reporter wanted us to be in favour of Harris when he wrote “We had heard he had broken down and cried to a guard shortly before he was tied to the chair with leather straps” This makes the reader feel as if Harris was remorseful towards the victims families. The reporter wants us to feel hatred towards the murderer Robert Alton Harris. He wrote “Robert Harris winked at the guard” This makes the reader feel anger and hatred towards robert because he hasn’t shown any sympathy or made any apologetic actions towards the victims parents. For me the article ‘I See A Killer Die’ tries to perceive Robert Harris to be a good guy who made a bad mistake. I think this because the reporter said “ He was trying to deny his victims families to watch him suffer like his victims suffered.” This makes the reader get the impression that he was utterly ashamed of what he has done and he regrets his actions deeply.
To the man, he was doing justice. Some delinquent hit his wife for no reason and so he killed the man. To the judge, that is not “acceptable” behaviour and the fact that some other man hit his wife does not justify his murder. 2. The world’s view of truth and God’s view of truth, to me, are somewhat similar.
No one should ever have to go through this but in this case, George was forced to take the life of his dear friend. George kills Lennie because if he doesn’t, Curley will torture him or he will rot in jail for murdering Curley’s wife. Lennie, being someone as innocent as he is, can’t handle that. Some may say that George was only trying to get Lennie off his back and that he shouldn’t have ended Lennie’s life but he had to kill him. He didn’t want to kill him but he needed to in order to save his friend from suffering.
This man's murder reminds me of the narrator's killing in "The Tell-Tale Heart". The narrator believed if he killed the old man, it would "rid myself of the eye forever". By the narrator talking to himself in the beginning of the story before the killing, you would of assumed that he was insane. On the other hand, he showed he was a little sane, because he had guilt after his gruesome murder. The narrator's nervous, jumpy, and jittery actions with the cops illustrated that he did in fact have a little remorse for what he had done.
Raskolnikov’s justifies his actions with his extraordinary man theory; this theory proposes that certain people have a perfect right to commit crimes, and they are not confided by human laws. To prove that he was an extraordinary man, he murdered Ivanovna, and since the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, he believed that he wouldn’t feel regret or guilt. Raskolnikov killed Alyona because he believed that she represented the evil in society, and he believed he was doing the world a favor. Raskolnikov over hears a student talking of how one crime could be wiped out by thousands of good deeds. These comments