In the novel, Montag made Mildred friends cry. After he made her friends cry from telling them the truth they all left hurt. However, in the movie John almost killed a man because he thought the man killed his son. John felt bad at the end, because he was not looking at his son’s killer. Even though, he didn’t kill the man, he still hurt him physically and emotionally.
Curley wanted to kill Lennie because he disgrace Curley and killed Curley’s wife and that is an act of capital punishment, which is wrong because Lennie didn’t mean to kill her. In conclusion, George was right to kill Lennie because he care a lot for him and capital punishment is wrong because some people who are sentence to death might actually be innocent. Overall, George murder Lennie because Lennie murder Curley’s
Although Grant initially doesn’t want to help Jefferson, he gradually changes throughout this book and accomplishes his goal of transforming him into a man. Jefferson, who was supposed to be meeting up with a friend to go fishing, ended up being convicted of murder. He was too ignorant to know that it was a bad idea to get into the vehicle with them and and ended up being accused of murder. Jefferson’s defense attorney defends him by calling him a hog. He says that Jefferson should not have been convicted of anything but stupidity.
Juror #8 can be credited with saving someone’s life. Under intense and hostile scrutiny juror #8 is the only juror to vote not guilty on the stabbing death of a boy’s father. #8 doesn’t believe straight out that this boy is innocent of this crime. #8 believes that it would wrong to send a boy off to be executed without discussing it first. Jurors #3 and #10 are the most hostile of the jurors.
Since Jerry had no idea what he was doing as a criminal mastermind, he couldn’t successfully put across some guidelines for the two hit men. His greed also just wanted it done for himself, while he just basically sits back and lets it happen. This mistake is what leads to the three innocent lives being lost in the car, and later Jerry’s wife ends up being killed after not cooperating properly with one of the hit men. All Jerry wanted was the easy way out of his financial slump, but he ended up getting himself into much more than he asked
But because he was distracted he couldn’t do anything. Even though it wasn’t his fault he felt guilty and his thoughts would overcome him. An example is “Later we heard that Strunk died somewhere over Chu Lai, which seemed to relive Dave Jensen of an enormous weight.” Dave Jensen feels guilty for not killing Lee Strunk and putting him out of his misery. It seems as if the soldiers are in a damned if you don’t situation. Jensen would probably have felt guilty if he killed Strunk as per their original pact, but not killing his friend made him feel guilty, too.
For example, he is responsible for the death of Mercutio, which causes a vengeful spark to rise in Romeo. After Tybalt stabs Mercutio he turns to Romeo and says, “I am hurt. A plague on both your houses” (121). Tybalt killing Mercutio is one of the actions that lead up to the death of Romeo and Juliet. Tybalt had no reason for fighting with him.
The result of that was Romeo had been banished for murdering Tybalt. Even when dead Tybalt became a burden. When Romeo was banished he could no longer see Juliet and she went to the Friar to seek answers. Tybalt would have been happy that his death had caused the death of a Montague but I think he would have felt a little guilt for the death of his young
They planned to earn money then move out, but everything changed because of Lennie’s actions. Everything was rearranged and a total mess. When Lennie ends up throwing off all their plans George ends up having to kill him. George tried to protect Lennie for many years, but in the end it was him who ended up having to kill him. George kills him because he believes that if anyone should have to kill him it should be him.
The mockingbirds in the story, Tom Robinson and Boo Radley get undeserving treatment during the novel until it is known to the people of Maycomb that they are good and pure. In the case of Tom Robinson it was too late as they killed him before they could learn what a good person he actually was. He got charged for a crime he did not commit, and Boo Radley got rumors spread about him that were anything but true. “It is wrong to kill the mockingbird just because you don’t like its