Madea is in the process of poisoning Creon and Glauce. She is talking to the Chorus and says “The Children born from me, he will never again see them alive, for the rest of his life, and he will not father a child from the newly-wedded bride, since she, the wretch must die wretchedly through my poison” (802-805). Madea is defining herself through Jason because she is not allowing him to have any more kids because she is going to kill his new wife. She is now going to kill her children so he will have no one left. She knows that once she poisons his new wife, then the only part left is to kill their children.
If you don’t give me the Bull of Heaven, I’ll strike […] to its foundation, I’ll raise up the dead to devour the living, The dead shall outnumber the living”(pg.126) “When Anu heard what Ishtar said, He placed the lead rope of the Bull of Heaven in her hand, Ishtar led the Bull of Heaven away.”(pg.126) When Gilgamesh returns to Uruk and cleans himself off, Ishtar is overcome with lust and begs him to be her husband. Gilgamesh refuses and this greatly infuriates Ishtar. She goes to her father, Anu, the god of the firmament, and to her mother, Antum, and demands that they let her use the Bull of Heaven. She wants to turn the bull loose so she can watch him gore Gilgamesh to death. She threatens to let all of the dead people out of the underworld so they can feast on the living, unless her parents give her the bull.
The monster was hoping to make Victor as miserable as himself, so he decides to kill William since he is related to Victor. And Zeus revenge toward Prometheus was to connect him to the highest of Mount Caucasus and send an eagle every day to eat his organs. Even though the monster sought out revenge he felt lonely so he asked Victor to make him a female because he wanted to feel something special which is love. The monster often dreamt of companionship and love of his creator, but he also feels deep bitterness because he has been abandoned by his own god. The Monsters bitterness desires him to make Victor as alone as possible that’s why he kills all of his loved ones.
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.
I am terrified constantly lest she conceive by some wild dog and bring shame to me and to our nameThe person in my house has told me," he said, "of your interest in my worthless oldest slave creature […] She should be married. She is fifteen years old and for these three or four years could have given birth. I am terrified constantly lest she conceive by some wild dog and bring shame to me and to our nameThe person in my house has told me," he said, "of your interest in my worthless oldest slave creature […] She should be married. She is fifteen years old and for these three or four years could have given birth. I am terrified constantly lest she conceive by some wild dog and bring shame to me and to our nameThe person in my house has told me," he
In the book, after Medea talks about what she will do to the princess she tells the chorus “ I will kill the children—my children. No one on this earth can save them” (Euripides 35-36). When she says “no one on this earth can save them,” she lies., because she can obviously save them. She acts as if she has no other choice but to kill her children. Her mind is so set on revenge, which is clouding her judgment.
His father had killed him and served his flesh to the gods, hoping to fool the gods. The gods punished Tantalus and restored Pelops to life. Demeter, who had eaten part of shoulder blade, replaced it with ivory shaped like his shoulder blade. When Pelops reached manhood, he heard that King Oenomaüs (Oenomaus) of Pisa, the son of Ares and Asterope, challenged his suitors to a chariot race, offering his daughter Hippodaemia's hand in marriage as the prize. However, any suitors who lose the race against the king also forfeit his life.
(Ralph is more a peacekeeper and Jack is more of a killer) But as the story goes on and they find it obvious that their differences will never be settled, Jack rebelled and made a “rival tribe”. - As soon as Jack leaves and makes his own tribe, I thought someone was going to die because Jack always talked about how he wanted to kill Piggie because he was weak and would make good meat. - The climax is when Simon finds the Lord of the Flies (which is the evil inside of each boy) but then when he tries to explain it to everyone he is killed and everything falls apart it seems. - The plot depended on the boys’ personalities because if it wasn’t for Jack being so rebellious the boys could have gone through the same safe routine every day and eventually be saved; Jack could kill a pig each week they could have all kept the fire going the boys could collect fruit every day this would be a sustainable way to live for at least a
One of her quotes read that “Grendel escaped, but wounded as he could flee to his den, his miserable hole at the bottom of the mnarsh, only to die, to wait for the end”. Her revenge for the murder of her son is first observed when she invades Heorot. Grendel’s mother is not just a monster, she is a mother who has human-like characteristics due to the fact that she is sad that her son was killed by the men. “Roared out a battle cry, a cry so loud and clear that it reached through the.....hung in the dragon’s ear. The beast rose, angry knowing that a man had come”.
Grendel- Demon with human feelings. Attacks heoret because he was mad that he couldn’t attend the banquet. Lost his arm and died of blood loss. Grendel’s mother- Seeks revenge for her son’s death and is called evil for it. She takes back Grendel’s arm and aeschere Unferth Danish warrior who is jealous of Beowulf and tries to belittle Beowulf when he arrives.