Romeo decides that whatever happens is up to fate and it’s completely out of his control. Also, after killing Tybalt, he calls himself “Fortune’s fool” and realizes he will be punished severely (3.1.142). Romeo is basically says he is a subject to the whims of fate. He thinks fate is playing around with him and not taking responsibility for what he himself did. However when he hears of Juliet’s “death” Romeo tries to “defy the stars” and kills himself (5.1.25).
Mr. Richard Eugene Hickock is the other main character in this novel. He is the one who plans the robbing of the Clutter’s and says that they cannot leave any witnesses. One of the conflicts that he faces is that he starts to waver when it comes to carrying out the plan to actually kill the Clutter’s and he leaves it all to Smith and becomes a bystander to the murders. His strengths are that he is smooth-talking, always plans on making a buck, and that he is very self-assured. His weaknesses are that he has insecurities like he cannot support his first wife and children, that he has a sexual interest in young women including Nancy Clutter, and that he has not been able to achieve financial stability.
If he never went to go see her then they wouldn’t have gotten married, and they would both be alive. Also, Romeo bought the poison from the Apothecary, without taking the time to think things thorough, just because he was told Juliet was allegedly “dead.” “I do beseech you, sir, have patience. Your looks are pale and wild and do import Some misadventure.”(5.1.27-29) Even Balthasar tried to talk some common sense into him, but Romeo wouldn’t listen to him. Furthermore, he killed himself, and it wasn’t because he didn’t have another choice. In the end when it came to the decision of killing himself Romeo was the one who chose to drink the poison.
Once Juliet wakes up she finds Romeo dead, she then stabs herself in the chest. The Capulet’s and Montague’s end the feud. Friar Lawrence’s actions and decisions are the reason for Romeo and Juliet’s deaths because he showed he wasn't the holy man he was supposed to be, He also made very risky plans, and didn't stop to think of the consequences before marrying Romeo and Juliet. Friar Lawrence showed another unholy side to him in some parts of the play. For example he went on and married the two without their parents aware.
The prince of Verona, when he heard about this, banished Romeo from the city of Verona. He was quoted saying, “Romeo will be banished from Verona forever, and never allowed back in this city again!” However there are a lot of speculations surrounding this incident. An elderly Verona citizen was heard to say, “How long am I going to live to witness strife from these two families?” The enmity between the two houses; the Capulets and the Montagues is remembered since time immemorial. The enmity is such that when these two families meet they clash. Even Mercutio’s last words before he died were, “I wish a plague amongst the two households.” The households of Montague and Capulets are reported to be mourning and threatening vengeance.
Mathos was his son, he abandoned him in carthage before he went of to fight Anysus. I came to a realization, I was Mathos, son of Hanno Tetramnestus, who had left him with the scars that are now permanently engraved in his face. I felt as though I had to confront the monster and tell him who I was so he would stop killing others, but I knew i wouldn't go down without a fight. I took the book I had
When Brutus saw this ghost, it told him that he was going to die at Phillipi • The last example of fate that appears in the play is the note that Caesar receives seconds before he is assassinated. He is given a note that says that he is going to be assassinated. He does not even read the note he decides that he needs to enter the Capitol of the Senate. It is fate that someone knew that Caesar was going to be killed, but it is also fate that Caesar was killed. (Paraphrase 2) He had so many warnings that he ignored, it was his fate to die.
The fact that “One who flew over the cuckoo’s nest” has many elements of a tragedy, a tragic hero and the eventually downfall of this hero makes this film a tragedy. Mrs. Ratched to a near death state. His anger drove him to physical action and therefore was punished by being lobotomized. If McMurphy had better control over his emotions, he wouldn’t have been lobotomized and wouldn’t have fallen. Even though he was alive, his friend, the “Chief”, did not want to see him in the state that he was in and decided to euthanize him.
“You do unbend your noble strength, to think / So brainsickly of things.” She comments on how he has become more worried and thinks feverishly of things. Macbeth says that he would “go no more / [he] is afraid of what [he[ has done” indicating his fear of his own actions and the following consequences. After being swayed by his wife, Macbeth seems to think rather illogically and impulsively. He becomes more ‘evil’ as he pursues the goal of being King at the expense of all other considerations. Once he was crowned King, he became paranoid and ceased trusting anyone which had led him to killing several other lives.
(American Psycho).This gives the reader a big clue on Patrick Bateman's view of himself. He doesn't see himself as a real person, and all the people he meets and talks to never get an idea of the real monster that hides inside him. The only way you can meet Patrick Bateman, is if he kills you. This is getting confirmed several times through the movie/novel. The homicides he commit look all the same.