“I must agree sister, Macbeth was killed a lot faster then I would have thought and now we are left with nothing to kill our boredom” replied the 2nd Witch. “Then we must come with something to entertain us again, for it is as simple as that” answered the 3rd Witch. “Yes, but Malcolm will not be an easy target like Macbeth was and no one else comes to my mind, do you have someone in mind dear sisters?” asked the 1st Witch. “Aye, I do.. No one other then the most naïve sisters, Banquo was murdered but his son still lives” replied the 3rd Witch. With that the three sister came up with a scheme to create some trouble for their own entertainment.
The tragedy starts from here. Sylvia wants to turn the newly freed Tina into the star she should be. But Judy became a selfness mother and do not want the public know that she has a daughter. Act 2 is more deranged as we meet two other characters: Eve and Miss Block. When Eve (Louis’s mother) took out the gun, all people were killed at the end, only Tina alive and left the apartment to persuade her super-star dream.
She married the weird princess in a weird kingdom. Although this was all very strange to the people they accepted strangeness, for they were from the empire “StrangeVille”. StrangeVille was a small secluded place that no one entered for it was terrifying, mysterious, and scary. Once upon a time lived a beautiful princess kidnapped and brought to a weird castle. She married the weird princess in a weird kingdom.
Hercules has a mother but she is the one that tried to kill him when he was a baby, and beowulfs mother is not mentioned in the epic which leads to believe that in order to be great hero a mother figure musn't be in the picture. in Hercules story he falls in love with a girl, almost kills himself for her by going into the lake of death where all the dead souls are. And Beowulf dosent have a girl he is is love with or any girl that he falls in love with he has no distractions, Hercules dosent really know how to control his massive streghth as a teenager shown by knocking over all the beams in his village and no one wanting to play with him because he causes so much damage, Beowulf does know how to use and control his power using it when necacary hes not known as a cluts, Hercules for the most part fights everything one on one, Beowulf has a group of tweleve men to help him fight Grendel in Harot. Partying and getting drunk is a theme in beowulf and in Hercules those arn't a theme. Hercules has a childhood that is told and shown, Beowulf does not have one that is mentioned in the epic.
Picoult continues on this theme of “saving” by using Suzanne as Sara’s crutch, as she makes her coffee each morning and informs her of any missed phone calls. While in the hospital, Sara receives a call from Jesse’s principal informing her of Jesse’s suspension. On the car ride home she notices a bruise on his arm from a needle and assumes he has been using drugs. Jesse angrily explains how he has been donating blood that gave Kate platelets behind the family’s back, in order to “save” his sister. After two weeks in the hospital, Kate developed an infection that placed her in a coma on a respirator, which is “saving” her for the time being.
He gives her a mission and tells her that if she succeeds, she will officially be a striker. West goes to the alt’s house and waits. She finally sees the other girl on the street and throws a knife at her which kills her. She panics and runs away, leaving the corps to lay there. She decides to tell herself that with each strike, she won’t be killing someone as much as she’ll be letting someone else live.
The situation in the book happens to not be under the umbrella of a usual justified murder but any human with a heart would feel differently. “Following the shock of the discovery, she gave birth to a dead child born prematurely, and herself died. Her broken-hearted husband shot himself” (Christie 70). Daisy was just an innocent three year old who was kidnapped and killed for money alone. Her death caused much commotion to all the people who new her; the closer they were to her, the more they suffered.
Did Mary Commit Suicide? “A Life without fairness is always worth living; a life without significance isn’t “, that’s the way Mary lived her life. These are the reasons why I believe that Mary committed suicide. First, Mary must have been a very troubled woman if she thought killing herself was justified. I get the feeling that she was sick from before because of the fact that she killed her husband and went into hiding.
That’s why it was so hard for her to keep the secret of the died teacher from her family. (“Sue why don’t you eat you’ve been acting strange lately?” asked sues mother. “May I be excused please?” sue said as she raced up the stairs preventing the conversation to continue.) After a while sue wanted to just tell the truth and do the right thing, but her friends who were also responsible for the murder had threatened sue with her life if she told the cops what really happened. So out of fear she kept her mouth shut for as long as she could.
Hazel Grace Lancaster, she fascinates me how she looks at herself. In the story she calls herself a grenade, because her lungs suck at being lungs, which she is going to explode and hurt a number of lives so she wants that number of people to be small. Hazel also loves a fictional book “An Imperial Affliction”, in the point of view of a girl name Anna but the book ends in mid-sentence. She has tried to contact the author Peter Van Houten, because she is curious of what happen to the rest of the characters in the story. In this movie there are a lot of quotes which I love, but when Augustus said with an unlit cigarette hanging from his lips, “It’s a metaphor, see: You put the killing thing right between your teeth, but you don’t give it the power to do its killing.” Augustus shows that when his health is surely not the best, he associates the unlit cigarette with taking control over his health, which often feels out of his control.