This play took place in Greece during the Peloponnesian War and Lysistrata, an Athenian woman, wishes to end this war. Gathering up the women of Greece was the first step Lysistrata took to reach the katharsis. She wanted to end the war and she needed supporters in her cause. A goal will surely be reached with the right planning and organization, and Lysistrata knew she could not achieve this on her own. Moreover, what can one woman of Athens do by herself?
Abigial really ignites the fire by blaming Tituba for "bewitching her". As soon as Tituba confesses to witchcraft, to save her herself, and tells Mr. Hale and Rev. Parris that she saw Goody Good and Goody Osburn with the devil, all the girls start naming off names of women all around Salem that they supposedly saw with the Devil. Mary Warren is to blame for many innocent deaths as well. Mary was the housewife for John and Elizabeth Proctor.
The brawl also rouses the long suffering citizens of Verona who arm themselves to try and break up the fight. The prince and his soldiers arrive and enforce the peace. The prince threatens both Houses with death if they continue to disrupt the city. Trouble between the families affects ALL levels of
These women are very upset with him and want him killed. Don Juan goes to Seville where he seduces Arminta. Arminta tells Don Juan that he will pay for what he has done to him but he responds by saying, “I will have time to repent later” (Mandel). By saying this is he finalizes his deal with the devil. At the end of the play a statue comes alive and goes to Don Juan’s house.
Clearly willing to do whatever necessary to seize the throne. AMBITIOUS HEARTLESS LADY MACBETH (The real villain) Persuades Macbeth to kill Duncan as she demands that he becomes manlier. Even after her husband put the matter aside, she didn’t listen to him. STUBBORN PERSUASIVE/DEMANDING Still continued explaining on her ambitious plans, though her husband asked her to stop. Thus she turns an honest man to a tyrant and proves herself as villain.
Soon, he befriends another slave and the oracle takes notice in him from a vision she has by touching him. She decides to escape with Theseus and a few slaves determined to kill Hyperion. Another of the Oracle's visions tell her that Theseus needs to bury his mother, and when he does, he finds the Epirus Bow, but is attacked and poisoned by Hyperion soldiers . After defeating them, the oracle cures him and has sex losing her visions powers. They return to the oracle temple and find it filled with enemies who capture the Bow.
Buggin Out finally came upon Radio Raheem whom also had a form of hatred toward Sal, so they both took the initiative to march down to the pizzeria and taunt Sal in his restaurant. Radio Raheem of course would not be right without playing his single cassette of the song, “Fight the Power” by no other than Public Enemy, and Sal continuously screamed for him to turn it off or else he will kill him. Radio Raheem then turns it up to show his hierarchy and places it on the counter blasting it in Sal’s restuarant. Sal gets highly upset and grabs a bat, repetitively beating the radio to pieces. Radio Raheem is so distraught that he reacted by beating Sal all the way to the outside of the pizzeria on the sidewalk.
Dr. Watson, sidekick and best friend to Sherlock, and Holmes start to fight several men making their way to the poor woman’s aid. The two free the woman from killing herself and Watson runs toward the hooded man, but is stopped by Holmes before running straight into a long needle in the hooded man’s hands. The police then enter the room and arrest the hooded man, Lord Blackwood, for the murder of five women. The next scene shows Watson in his office he then makes his way to Holmes room where he reminds him of the dinner they have planned with his fiancé. While at dinner Holmes enrages Watson’s fiancé by pointing out she had been married once before from what he deduced using deductive reasoning.
Some advised her to “play coy” a trait many girls go by while others told her to be “hearty”, fit in with the boys, neither of these were her. “Exercise, diet, smile, and wheedle” she was told which would definitely change her appearance. The negative peer pressure drove her to cut off her nose and legs. She “offered them up” as if they were a sacrifice and with out them she could truly gain beauty. At her funeral she had a “putty” nose the perfect one most would say and pink and white “nightie” to heighten her sex appeal.
Esper and her son are abducted by the Orapronobis who accuse Esper of helping the rebels. She is raped and beaten up by Kumander Kontra in front of Camilo. Fighting back, she shoots at Kontra. In a hysterical rage, Kontra goes on a shooting rampage, killing Esper, Camilo and the captured barrio men. Later, the military bring the casualties to the town where Jimmy weeps over the bodies of Esper and his