| | Notice which characters actually approve of the murder (Casca and Cassisus- both opportunistic and of questionable morals); which think it necessary but unpleasant (primarily Brutus but he later recognises that he was wrong); which think it was utterly wrong (Anthony maybe but he also has a big element of inconvenience). Conclusion: most characters agree the murder was selfish and wrong. Brutus, the exception, is deceived about his own intentions. His function counts as actually selfish even though he wasn’t trying to be
Tybalt had no reason for fighting with him. This death causes Romeo to seek revenge. Revenge that will later get him in trouble. Tybalt had no business stirring up trouble when Romeo was trying to be nice. Next, the threats Tybalt sends Romeo also lead up to the suicides and the cause of death.
Afterwards Brutus did feel terrible about killing his beloved friend as if anyone would. Brutus was trying to do the right thing and all he wanted was his people to be save and away from any harm of tyranny. Brutus being too trusting was a major downfall for
If Rainsford had chance to leave and didn’t because he wanted to kill the man who hunted him do you think that is wrong. I do. I believe he was wrong because he turned into another Zaroff. Next, i believe he was wrong because he lost his humanity and became a beast like Zaroff. Finally, I believe he was wrong because when Zaroff shot humans it was wrong and we thought he was savage ,but wasn’t Rainsford doing the same thing when he shot Zaroff that was a savage and in our minds we try to justify that when it was just as wrong.
He said that if people acted on virtue then there would be no need for reign by terror but I think that because everyone has different virtues there would still be a fair amount of conflict. And as for terror being justice, I am not so sure. By terrorizing one person others will be affected, and they may or may not deserve to be put through that stress. If the troublesome child of a good family is killed for his negative actions, the family is going to suffer due to their loss. Maybe there is a better way to punish those accused of wrong doings.
The moral of this is that when you are trying to avoid something you hate be careful not to become what you actually hate. Sometimes we become something we are trying to stay away from probably because we are so obsessed with revenge or staying above that person, other times because we are so obsessed with revenge with turn into the person who hurt us. This movie helped me realize that the only way we can help the situation is by acting in the opposite spirit. As it was mentioned in the introduction in most cases the forgiveness is the key even though it doesn’t seems like it would help us in a situation when we’ve been hurt by someone. As Marcus Aurelius wrote: “The best revenge is to be unlike him who performed the
That why he is a betrayer in my opinion, he lies to people and he always wants to be a two-faced person. One this Brutus did and seemed fake and not caring for others was being best friends with J.C and after wards talking horrible about him and how he thought J.C was too ambitious. Brutus will always talk about anyone behind their backs no matter who they were and I find that very inconsiderate and cruel. Even though Brutus knew that Ceasar was going to die he was planning on to helping to kill him. Meanwhile, When Brutus kills himself he shouts out words of peace to Caesars spirit “Caesar, you can rest now.
George knew he had to kill Lennie himself because if he did not, Lennie would be locked up, or more likely, Curley would have killed him. Curley clearly states that he was going to shoot Lennie in the guts so that he died slowly and painfully and George knew that Lennie did not deserve that. He knew that the best thing he could do for Lennie at that point was to find him first and spare him that miserable fate. By doing that George proved he loved Lennie and that he knew what was right for him. He spared Lennie from dying scared and tortured.
This means that at some point in his life, Beatty was also questioning society just like Montage is now. Beatty once also had the choice of following his desire and turning against society, but unlike Montage, he chose to follow his duty and ignore his desire. Beatty obviously regrets not having chosen the path against society. For this reason Beatty sympathizes with Montage and "forces" Montage to kill him. Beatty does this because he knows that once Montage kills him he is going to also have to kill the rest of the firemen and then flee, making this Montage’s point of no return.
The Misfit did have a little good in him because he felt bad about killing the family. But he knew if he didn’t do that then he was probably going to get caught soon. Even with a somewhat of a good heart and goodness in you, there can still be an evil person inside. O’Connor does a good job of telling in this story of how good and evil exist in the world. It can come in any shape and form.