Antigone is more heroic than Creon, she takes risks and she is brave. When her own blood brother is sentenced to eternal suffering by being denied a burial, Antigone decides to break the law and risk her own life for her brother; “But I will bury him; and if I must die” (1.55) said Antigone, all for the sake of Polynesis’s eternal rest. Creon, on the other hand has no heroic traits apart from wanting the best for the people; he humiliates Antigone and her sister in public. This value and importance Creon has for the people’s opinion is destroyed when the people protest Antigone’s death, and he does not decide to follow what the people believe. Gentlemen, I beg you to observe these girls: One has just now lost her mind; the other, It seems has never had a mind at all (1.150) said Creon.
This event proves that Dunstan is the type of a person who would rather follow his own mind and heart then go along with the mob mentality. Ramsay sees Mrs. Dempster as his accidental creation, and he must “hate her or love her” (pg 167). This sense of possession shows up when Mrs. Dempster becomes his charge, and he pays for her care and visits her on a weekly basis. At this point Dunstan thinks of her as a part of himself: “a part of my own soul that was condemned to live in hell” (pg 176). He blames himself for having broken her spirits and is assured that he is the cause of her “saintful” suffering.
When Mendoza found his wife cheating on him with his brother, he stabbed his brother. After this, Mendoza felt extreme guilt and sought repentance from the Jesuit people and the Guarani. Mendoza is accepted by the Guarani and eventually becomes a Jesuit priest. When the mission is attacked, Mendoza breaks his Jesuit ideals and fights the colonists. Cardinal Altamirano, also referred to as his Eminence, was chosen to go visit Father Gabriel’s mission with the intention of shutting it down so the Portuguese could gain that land for colonization.
This is shown in his erratic behaviour. Some days, he would at affectionately towards his mother and other days, he would be really horrible, even destroying her study room. When Kevin’s father brought him his first bow and arrow set (the weapon he would later use to kill his peers), he finally looked like he fit in. Expectations, those we have for ourselves and those entertained by parents for their children and how they shape our lives was another reason used in the
Perhaps, because she saved one life, the rest would have to fall. Her actions led to terrible suffering for Creon and his family; almost like a curse. Haemon, her fiancé, was so in love with her that he actually fought with his father, the King, for her rights. When he could not do anything about Antigone being buried alive, he stabbed himself out of grief for his love with Antigone and anger towards his father. Because of the son’s death, Creon’s wife, too, killed herself out of grief.
This is where it is evident that the color red symbolized deception. In the plot John Scotties friend, Gavin Elster, asked John to follow his wife. Gavin was concerned with what she was doing during the day because she had been acting unusual by going off for hours and not remembering what she did. Gavin, however, had his own motive; he deceived John by having him follow the wrong person so he can get away with murdering his wife. Consistently throughout the film, every time Scottie was being deceived, there was red in the scene.
For example, from the essay, a child tells her mother she’s scared, but the mother immediately tells her that “she is not”, therefore making her perceptions inaccurate. She tried to avoid the truth by suggesting her feelings of her not being scared. This is an example of a negative consequence of a dismissal lie. Dismissal is avoiding the lie altogether. In addition, lying benefits both you and the person being lied to, because you didn’t hurt their feelings and they just continued to be satisfied.
Could it be possible that Gein and Dahmer were born this way? Ed Gein was born in 1906; he was the son of a violent alcoholic father and a fanatically religious mother. He grew up along side his older brother in a house ruled by their mothers puritanical preaching about the sins of lust and carnal desire. She drummed into her boys the innate immortality of the world, the evil of drink and the belief that all women (besides herself, of course) were whores. Gein’s mother decided to move her family to a farm in a desolate location, and she was sure to block any attempts her boys made to pursue friendship.
The Hunted scene is directed to be the chase of Lavinia for her mother’s dreadful plan on killing her father with the help from Brant and making Christine’s life a living hell for what she has done with the help of her brother Orin, whom develops an eager love for his mother and wishes her for himself only. As we can see in the movie, the appearance of the beloved Chantyman character is deleted, also playing the role of the chorus in this part of the play, just a little before the two brothers discover their mother with Brant in his ship. Soon later as Christine goes back home, Orin shoots Brant on the back and make a mess of the ship so that it would look as it was done by common robbers. The final part of the trilogy is “Haunted” in which after the suicide of Christine the two brothers spend some time outside and arrive home practically
Mr. Keating talks him in being a free-thinking individual and leader, Todd Anderson was able over come the final obstacle of his instability only following after his friend Neils suicide. Charles Dalton Charlie can be considered as a dynamic character because he takes on the role as an above the law role, he feels he should always be in conrol of the situation and that he will not have to face the consequences of any of his avtions. He changes toward the end though because he doesn't care about authority until Mr. Keating gets to him. Then at the end when wellton is trying to find who the reason of neils suicide is Cameron tells the authority that it was Mr. Keatings fault Charlie gets pissed off and punches Cameron across the face. It shows that hes starting to care about Mr. Keating and before you wouldn't of been able to see that in his