Who is to blame for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet? Firstly, I would blame Lord Capulet as he causes his own daughter's death by forcing Juliet to marry Paris only a few days after her cousin, Tybalt's, death. Juliet protests this marriage because she alone knows that she and Romeo have been secretly married. However, Lord Capulet refuses to listen to anything she has to say and threatens to throw her out of the house and out onto the streets. "And you be not, hang, beg, starve, die in the streets."
Because he strangles her with her own hair the speaker infers that Porphyria brought this on herself by trying to take his power, this was her fault and not his. Similarly to what happens in My Last Duchess the man gains his power back by killing the women however Porphyria had the power in the first half of the power which
The murderer is actually William Quaid, who killed the man because he knew too much about Anthea’s plans. Quaid also kills Anthea’s husband because she wants to be free of him. Quaid also wants to kill Josselyn, so he can avenge Anthea, but Hannah finds the truth before he has the time to murder anybody else, and the killer is finally shot by Hannah’s cousin to save her and
After falling in love with each other and kissing they both find out their love is forbidden due to the fact their families are enemies, so in order to stay together they risked everything and got married by Friar Lawrence. And as things were getting better everything was ruined after Juliet’s cousin Tybalt gets into a fight with Mercutio and kills him filling Romeo up with rage and he killed Tybalt which got him banished. So as Juliet finds out the news she fakes her death to escape from marrying Paris but nobody told Romeo this. He poisons himself and dies next to Juliet who so happened to awake after he dies and affected by Romeo not waking up, she stabs herself next to him. They died together in each other’s arms and the parents after finding out the secret love decide to make peace although they lost their only kids.
As he continues with his story, he confesses that that night he was the one to strangle the wife, “I strangled her till she died” he says. Still, we can’t be sure he did so because Casper claims he lost his memory, and isn’t sure whether what he remembers are dreams or memories. By the end of his statement, he says that he met his wife’s ghost and was terrified because she recognized him, even though he changed his name and was a different man now (yes, but she recognized him before he "changed" his identity). I believe that the reason he was terrified of the recognition is because he tried to hide or somehow erase his history
Everyone pities Laertes as his father and sister die; however Claudius uses this as an advantage to have Laertes kill Hamlet. Hamlet comes back to Denmark, much to Laertes’ advantage, with no knowledge of his upcoming demise. Gertrude feels sorry for Laertes and comes back with Ophelia’s death in scene vii. Laertes is mad at Hamlet and wants to kill him. Laertes is a foil of
Finally, he lies to Alex, copes, social worker, Dean, and Aunty Jean. “Dad is sick” Martyn says to his Aunt. He doesn’t want anyone to know that he killed his father so he covers it up with lies. He confirms that he lied because he was scared. He also said “it’s only wrong if you get caught.
In Pyramus and Thisbe’s case, Pyramus killed himself because he thought that Thisbe was dead and when Thisbe found him she killed herself because she was so upset. In the story of Orpheus and Eurydice, Orpheus looks at Eurydice before she made it completely out of the Underworld and she was sent back forever. In Cupid and Psyche’s story, neither one of them had faith in the other. Also, in all three of the stories they went through great measures for the one they love. Pyramus and Thisbe risked everything so that they could sneak out and see each other.
The main character Hamlet started off as a son of a powerful King which was then killed by his own brother. His father’s death made Hamlet start changing and wanting to be more violent and even thoughts of taking his own life. Ophelia changed from being just a normal daughter but after her father’s death, she went insane and crazy. Those were just some examples how people changed in Hamlet. This play is a tragedy so there will be deaths but these deaths are caused by the faults of others.
Worst of all, he must confess to the priest that he has made plans to kill his paternal grandmother because she favors his sister, Nora, and her lack of city manors is driving him nuts. O’Connor’s success of “First Confession” relies on his characterization, the point if view, and how the story relates to us today. The character of Jackie helps the reader be reminded of himself or herself, and the realization that the world changes. O’Connor uses the character of Gran to show this to us and Jackie. Jackie is the protagonist of the story.