Our sympathy further develops towards the end of the play. Macbeth realised he has lost everything he had and all his potential. In another soliloquy he says, "And that which should accompany old age, as honour, love, obedience, troops of friends, I must not look to have" The audience feel great sympathy for Macbeth in this scene. He feels extremly depressed as he is left alone without any supporters and he realises no-one wants to help him anymore. People are beginning to tuen against him and he feel she has nothing left to live for.
Antigone was also doomed from the beginning. She was doomed from the beginning despite her noble intentions to bury her dead brother. Antigone from the play “Antigone”, by Sophocles, is a tragic her because she exhibits all the qualities of a tragic hero. A tragic hero is a protagonist in a tragedy who must have a tragic flaw. Antigone from the play “Antigone” indeed does have a tragic flaw.
Lady Macbeth had no responsibility in this murder. Macbeth wanted her to remain innocent and told her nothing about the murder. The death of Macduff's family was also a result of the Witches' wrongdoing. When Macbeth met with the Witches for the final time he learned to he should fear Macduff. As Macbeth became king this prophecy began to scare him.
Also when Proctor talks to Abigal alone and tells her that they will no longer have an affair. “I still wait for you to come back John...(Abigal)…”those days are long over and will never happen again(Proctor)” (miller 192). In the first Act John Proctor has a very troubled past and is feels very guilty for it and these quotes show it. In Act Tree proctor starts to change into a more protective husband. Proctors wife has been convicted of being a witch by Abigal and the towns men are about to take her away and Proctor stands in front of them and says ,“Youl’ll leave her out of sight and out of mind mister!”(202) Also when he is in the court house trying to save his wife and admits to having an affair with Abigal ruining hiss own name to save his wife.
Holden can’t find a true friend in anyone, and he is trying to fill the hole that his brother’s death left in his life. Holden considers everyone a phony, and can’t seem to make friends or talk to girls. He tries to find romance, but he always ends up ruining the
Delia is a protagonist, who is suffering in an abusive and unhappy marriage of her husband, Skyes. He is a horrified man, who always abuses his wife because of racial and sex oppression, and he always try to frighten his wife with snakes because he knows she fears over them. Delia changes her nature after knowing her husband plan to get rid of her from her house, so he can live with another girl, Bertha. Delia becomes tougher, and at the climax, she does not help her husband to stop from his death. Delia’s attitude toward her unhappy marriage changes because of her husband’s physical and emotional harassments
It represents imprisonment and this is made clear when the she says, “The faint figure behind seemed to shake the pattern, just as if she wanted to get out”. (245) The imprisonment is created from the yellow wallpaper because the Jane repeatedly asks to remove it but isn’t allowed and she is confined to the room she despises due to the stubbornness seen from her husband. You can see Jane slowly descend into her madness with her hallucinations- “The only thing I can think of that it is like is the color of the paper! A yellow smell." (248) “At night in any kind of light, in twilight, candlelight, lamplight, and worst of all by moonlight, it becomes bars!
It was a terrible mistake, but in her heart she never loved anyone except me (137).” As he argues with Tom you can see his defiance to believe that Daisy could love another. He led himself on a path where everything he is and can be is Daisy. He became obsessed with her that the love he had for her lead him to believe that she isn't capable of loving anyone, but him. After his dream was killed after his argument with Tom over Daisy, Nick tries to tell him to go someplace else for a while, but “he wouldn’t consider it. He couldn’t possibly leave Daisy until he knew what she was going to do.
Was Macbeth’s decline and death his own fault? In the play “Macbeth”, written by William Shakespeare, we notice that Macbeth’s decline and his death is the result of his own fault. Macbeth is one of the main characters in the play, he transforms from being a war-hero to becoming a vicious murder. The arguments that support this statement to be true are: Macbeth’s ambition, the killings of Duncan, Banquo and Macduff’s family and finally Macduff’s revenge. Firstly, Macbeth’s decline and death is his own fault because of his ambition.
Her hallucination of the blood on her hands and her constant efforts to wash it off shows the suffering of having a guilty conscience, which is causing her to go insane. We later find out that she commits suicide due to it. The purpose of blood changes for the last time to a symbol of freedom when Macduff says, "I have no words: / My voice is in my sword, thou bloodier villain / Than terms can give thee out!" (Act 5, Scene 8, Lines 9-10) and then goes on to slay Macbeth. After analyzing all the different uses of blood throughout the book you can see how Shakespeare uses “blood” to show the change and transformation of characters.