Towards the end of the story, the master confronts Death for an explanation on why she scared his servant away. The narrator, which is Death, replies “I had an appointment with him that night in Samarra” (Maugham 279). Here, Death implies that his fate is inevitable. Second, “The Nine Billion Names of God” shows a similar outcome in the conflict between fate and free will. Two programmers try to flee for fear of being blamed for the failure of the monk’s project to bring about the end of the universe, only to realize that their efforts were in vain.
Since Doctor Faustus is a tragic hero he basically decides what is going to happen to him at the end of the store and since he sold his soul to the Devil the outcome is not very good for him. It does not seem that he has
Despite some initial efforts by local prosecutors to take legal action against those who carried out the murders, which the regime rapidly quashed, it appeared that no law would constrain Hitler in his use of power. The Night of the Long Knives also sent a clear message to the public that even the most prominent Germans were not immune to arrest or even summary execution should the Nazi regime perceive them as a threat. In this manner, the purge established a pattern of violence that would characterise the Nazi regime: the use of force to establish an empire. Almost unanimously, the army applauded the Night of the Long Knives, even though the generals Kurt von Schleicher and Ferdinand von Bredow were among the victims. The ailing President Hindenburg, Germany's highly-revered military hero, sent a telegram expressing his "profoundly felt gratitude" and he congratulated Hitler for 'nipping treason in the bud'.
/ O, much I fear some ill unthrilly thing” (5.3.129-140). As the watch approaches, the Friar grows selfish and flees from the scene leaving Juliet who now realizes that Romeo killed himself. She then kills herself which could have so easily been prevented by the Friar. Time and time again his irresponsible behavior gets the best of
From the beginning, Romeo acts without thinking of the consequences. Romeo decides to go to the party; knowing Capulet is his enemy. Secondly, Romeo kills Tybalt out of rage, even though he knows it makes things all the worse for his current situation with Tybalt's cousin, Juliet. then grieves his mistake by saying, "O, I am fortune's fool!" Lastly, if Romeo had just taken some time to say prayers or thought about what he was doing before he resorted to suicide, he could have been in the tomb in time for the Friar to arrive and explain everything or for Juliet to wake up.
‘Immediately we do exile him hence.’ Shakespeare has used the words ‘exile’ to define the banishment as a very bad punishment and the word ‘immediately’ to illustrate that he has done something so bad that he has to leave the country-Verona straight away. Shakespeare ended the scene in a tragedy to make Act 3 Scene 1 exciting and dramatic for the audience because he wants to make the audience want to find out what is going to happen to Romeo. Shakespeare ended the scene with Romeo the main character to leave Verona to leave the audience with tense and shock at the end of Act 3 Scene
When the servant came back he told Caesar that the priests did not want him to to go out. Caesar thought that they just said that to test his bravery, which was not the case. Then Decius came over and got Caesar to change his mind and he went out of the house, only to be killed in the next
And once Romeo discovered her without knowing she was really alive, he didn’t see much point living without her and ended his life. Shakespeare orchestrated the story and made it that fate would unavoidably kill the two
When Victor's creation was made he says, "'When I looked around I saw and heard of none like me. Was I, the, a monster, a blot upon the earth from which all men fled and whom all men disowned?'" (105). It would not have taken much to help his creation but since he was afraid of causing problems he ended up causing a bigger
The death of his mother doesn’t even bother him so show sadness. When Meursault realized that his freedom was gone away for good he begin to see things different.”And I felt ready to live again too. As if the blind rage had washed me clean, rid me of hope: for the first time, in that night alive with signs and stars, I opened myself to the gentle indifference of the world.”(Camus Stranger122). The quote explains that maybe he took the world for granted and there was so much to accomplish in the world of freedom. In The Myth of Sisyphus -Sisyphus stole the gods secrets and he was punished for this action.