He has lost the ability to sense right and wrong. He has become twisted and evil. Macbeth has got what he has worked for and promised. He becomes king by killing and is unwanted by the people. With all of his murders, it lead someone to become suspicious of him.
Knowing that he caused the death of these three and it will live with him forever, it might as well be as bad as dying. He later shows how he cowardly backs down or is going to back down from being king of Thebes. He says, “led me away I have been rash and foolish” which means he wants to be sent away and he doesn’t want to be king anymore. Even though both Antigone and Creon have the characteristics of being a tragic hero. Sophocles shows that Antigone is more of one then Creon.
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.
( O'Connor 194). It is possible that the Misfit had a rough childhood and could have been abused by his father; the reason why he murdered him. He mentally suppressed the incident and believed that he was wrongfully punished for what he had done; "ain't recalled it till this day" "'I call myself the Misfit, because I can't make what all I done wrong fit what all I gone through in punishment'" (O' Connor 195) His mentality of unjust treatment is what caused the Misfit to treat all others with ill intent. This Misfit also shows signs of anxiety when he states that "children make me nervous." Suggesting that not only his father but other adults were unkind to him as a child as well, so he does not know how to handle the presence of children.
Indeed, men when the realization of wrong in them selves is seen attempt to correct their misdeed. Pride causes one to refuse to admit wrong and this is seen in Oedipus Rex and Antigone by Sophocles. Oedipus, in Oedipus Rex, when confronted with the possibility of him being the murder of Liaus repudiates the warning, refusing to listen because fear and prideGrips his better judgment and clouds his wisdom. "Thou didst: but I was misled by my fear. "[Pg 59, Oedipus Rex -Sophocles].
The Monsters bitterness desires him to make Victor as alone as possible that’s why he kills all of his loved ones. Victor’s ambition eventually causes him to be left with no one. There is no escaping ambition that’s why Victor is suffering. The monster questions Victor on why he created him then abandoned him. Since the monster blames Victor he seeks revenge into making Victor as alone as possible and the monster is successful with that.
One reason for this is when he ordered to kill Maduff”s family. He did this because Macduff was going to try and overthrow him. He also is referred to as “hand cursed” (3.6.29-53). He is referred to as this because everything he touches turns evil or dies. Therefore, the final stage he reaches by the end of the story is just a mean, cold hearted, tyrant.
In addition, Jason curses himself saying, “My curses on you” (61), accentuating he should have known better the woman he had by his side, since he lacks knowledge such as Medea will murdering those who he holds nearest and dearest; his two sons and his bride. Jason believes he should have noticed Medea’s capacity for evilness and heartlessness long before, since she abandons her own family and kills her own brother. This demonstrates how Medea does not care at all about her actions; she only cares to make Jason suffer the pain she receives due to his betrayal. Jason’s catharsis develops when he expresses his pain “I must bemoan my fate” (61). He wishes to be left alone now to mourn his tragic losses which leave the audience to feel pity for him.
Begone or let us try our strength in a fight in which one must fall” (69) as monster threatened to kill all of mankind if he was not obeyed. The monster’s hatred caused him to threaten to kill because he has no one to share about what he’s going through. The monster threatened Frankenstein as he said, “If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear, and chiefly towards you my arch-enemy, because my creator, do I swear inextinguishable hatred” (104). He’s accepted himself as an outcast as he killed William because people see him no different even if he kills humans or not. As William refused to be his “companion and friend” (102), his hatred grew more that no one could accept him even though he tried to be friendly.
It helped him become a better person because it taught him what is to be a man which means that every man is called to die one day or another. In conclusion, Gilgamesh was concerned about being immortal which was impossible since no one on earth had escaped from the human condition except from Uta-napishti in this case. What he did not understand at first is the fact that a spirit could be immortal which means that people could have been remembering him through his achievement. But then, when he realized that being immortal was not meant for him, it bettered his way of thinking about the