Beatrice is the one that starts this one. “I wonder that you will still be talking Signior Benedick nobody marks you.” This shows us that Beatrice wants to talk to him but she does it insulting him. Benedick responds really quickly “What my dear Lady Disdain! Are you yet living?” Here Benedick is saying that Beatrice feels that she is inferior to everyone and she can say anything because she is inferior. In Act II where there is a party in Leonatos house Beatrice talks to a masked man and tell awful things about Benedick to him.
For example, Tom tells Mr. Wilson about the incident that happens with Myrtle, and that Gatsby was responsible for it. This caused Mr. Wilson to fill with anger, and lead him to kill Jay Gatsby, and commit suicide. From these two situations, we see two contrasting consequences from one similar emotion. Jay Gatsby’s jealousy motivates him to pursue his true love, while Tom’s jealousy leads to the death of multiple characters. In conclusion, it is extremely transparent that Tom is a more corrupt character compared to Jay Gatsby.
He got them to tell each other their sins and secrets. All little things they did that didn't matter added up to one young girls suicide and the death of her unborn child. "It's the way I like to... don't you, Mr Birling"" The inspector knew just how to talk to people, he had a way of manipulating them. Arthur Birling was a business man, he was also a father and a husband. When problems began to arise at work he did what he thought was best for his company, his family and himself of course.
Tom receives a phone call from his mistress and leaves the room to have a word with her. “As he left the room again she got up and went over to Gatsby, and pulled his face down kissing him on the mouth. You know I love you she murmured.”(Gatsby, Pg 122, 123) Here, Daisy leads Gatsby into believing that she is indeed in love with him and his dream is finally reality. Both spouses are doing equally wrong things so the relationship is not a truthful one. As Tom witnesses a soft glance between Daisy and Gatsby, he can no longer deny that both of them are having an affair.
At first, he chooses to hide the money and write the girls a letter telling them where he hid it, but then he decides to tell Mary Jane the entire truth about who they really are and what their plans are. When he is in the kitchen with one of the girls and gets accused of lying, Mary Jane defends him and that is when he starts to feel really guilty. Huck thought, “I says to myself, this is another one that I’m letting him rob her of her money. And when she got through, they all jest laid theirselves out to make me feel at home and know I was amongst friends. I felt so ornery and low down and mean, that I says to myself, My mind’s made up; I’ll hive that money for them or bust”
On Holden’s perspective, his adventure, from Pency to New York, then goes to his sister and finally goes to present in his mental institution, may be describing the circumstances of the world in which he, the author, was living. In the novel, Holden is a cynic who detests others by calling them phony. Maybe it is the reason that the world is corrupted by things he does and things other people do. For example, when he was on the train heading New York. He meets this pretty woman who is the mother of Ernie whom Holden thinks he is a bastard.
Well near the end Gatsby and Daisy hits the woman Gatsby has affairs with on accident then Tom tells this woman’s husband, George, That Gatsby killed her even though Daisy was the one driving. George shots Gatsby and Daisy and Tom leave. All of this is to show that Nick could have stopped this. He knew Daisy was in an abusive relationship and adding Gatsby into the mix would have made it worse. Nick could have prevented all of this madness and confusion if he just said no to Gatsby’s request.
Treating everything as a possession, Tom bases all of his happiness on what he does or does not have. Tom even treats his relationships with women as thought they are possessions. As you would smash a punching bag or a pillow Tom takes out his aggression on Myrtle, his lover, "Tom broke her nose with his open hand". This view on the treatment of women is also visible in his relationship with
Through having her affair with Gatsby she begins lying to her husband. In chapter seven, Gatsby is having drinks at Daisy and Tom’s home, as Tom leaves the room daisy kisses Gatsby and proclaims, “I don’t care!” (Page 111). She is saying this of her love for Gatsby and that she does not care who knows. This is not only a lie she tells the others but a lie she tells to herself. Later on in chapter seven there is a conflict involving Tom, Daisy and Gatsby.
In Act I Scene v, Lady Macbeth tells her husband, Macbeth, to "look like the innocent flower, yet be the serpent under it." This means to put on a poker face, which interprets into seeming innocent on the outside but really being deceitful on the inside. Sadly, in today's world, these devious people are found everywhere, from your local school to a co-worker or even a next door neighbor. One example of an untrustworthy person is Bernard L. Madoff, a NASDAQ chairman in New York City’s Wall Street. Throughout acts I and II, Macbeth and his wife were successful in being the "innocent flower" and "serpent under".