Its pretty screwed up because he kills people like the like goats and doesn’t care. I truly think he might be insane and does it for fun. 3. I don’t know I expected him to do an ambush, that’s what I would of done. But Zarrof did do his share of the game and Rainsford didn’t ambush because he didn’t want to make a huge commotion and did not want to kill them 4.
There are some good points and also has bad points in the two stories. In “Gregory”, the soldiers gave Gregory two chances to escape because they are justice but he didn’t. And in “Just-”.The barber wanted to kill Captain Torres to save more people. But at last he didn’t because he still want to live in the world peaceful. However, justice is still the most part in both stories.
The narrator tries to prove how sane he really is before the reader has read enough to make any kind of judgment about him. The narrator is so scared of the old man's evil eye that he has decided to kill him just to get rid of the evil eye. The narrator admits to committing a senseless crime. The old man was never mean to him or treated him wrong. The old man had nothing of value that the narrator wanted.
George knows that the other men will probably be more cruel to Lennie, and George's quicker methods are the only alternative. 46. Slim was the only man on the ranch who understood Lennie and George's bond. The other men are too lonely and isolated to understand a such bond. They couldn't percieve why George would be sad after he told them he killed Lennie in self
A thing which has never happened and has never been heard of up until this point of existence. Yet, he believes he can not bear the punishment God bestowed upon him, for he fears no longer having God’s watchful eye on him anymore, and he fears being killed by the others of the world. If he couldn’t bear the punishment because he would be forced to continue living, alone, and with the guilt of what he did, it would be reasonable for him to be unable to bear it. But that is not the way he sees his punishment. He is being removed from paradise because he himself defiled it and he fears death.
They planned to earn money then move out, but everything changed because of Lennie’s actions. Everything was rearranged and a total mess. When Lennie ends up throwing off all their plans George ends up having to kill him. George tried to protect Lennie for many years, but in the end it was him who ended up having to kill him. George kills him because he believes that if anyone should have to kill him it should be him.
While Absalom pleads guilty he also says,” but I did not mean to kill” (Paton 192). This shows he is accepting of what he has done so he does not deserve the death penalty. During this case it gets overshadowed by,” the new Johanesburg” (Paton 163). This really affected Absolam’s case because not many people were able to hear about it making it all right to just sweep under the rug .In his testimony he explains to the jury that he went to the house of Arthur Jarvis with a gun not to kill, but only to threaten. He later went on to say he was scared and that’s why he shot him.
Here we find that not all our heroes will do something heroic. Ender and Odysseus both had to kill and injure people to win or get past obstacles that come in their life. Ender fought all his games and won. He proved them wrong by winning the battle against the buggers, he’s now in control. Odysseus no longer will be chased or wanted.
Although this is murder, a serious crime, Prudencia Cotes stated she would not have married Pablo if "he hadn't done what a man should do, 62." Even the priest thought that "perhaps before god, 49" the Vicario twins were innocent. Contrary to their final actions, Pablo and Pedro did not want to kill Santiago, but due to the fact that it was a matter of honor they felt forced too. Several measures were to taken to attempt to avert the outcome, some as blatant as when Pablo outright stated "we're going to kill Santiago Nasar, 52" while sharpening their knives. Many peers did nothing about it though, as they believed they should not interfere with a matter of honor.
I think he wanted to do this so that no one would figure out what he was really trying to do. He especially did not want Claudius to find out that he was trying to prove his guilt in the murder of his father, most likely in fear that he would do the same to him once he knew. This shows that he was being careful and cautious. The reason that Hamlet waited so long to act upon Claudius and get revenge was not because he couldn't decide when or how to do it, but because he wanted to make sure that Claudius really killed his father and was first proven guilty of it. He couldn't just kill him because of what a ghost had told him, most people would never believe that.