It gave me hope it did to get out this bloody place, start a fresh life and maybe just maybe be treated like a real guy for a change. (imagine it, rest chin on hands) I really thought this would happen I really did and Candy perked up as well saying he would pay for it with his compensation for his hand. But then blommin’ Lennie has to go and mess it all up that crazy bastard... He goes (sigh) and has to kill Curley’s wife. I heard it all happenin’ from inside me shed, Curley’s wife was bragging on about bloody anything to try and get Lennie into trouble!
This shows readers that Hannah was very set in her decision to commit suicide, and that with decisions like that, when they become finalized, they become irreversible as well. In addition to Asher’s strong use of symbolism, one may find a meaning behind the scar on main character Hannah’s face. On Hannah’s forehead, there is said to be a scar. Not just a physical one, but an emotional one as well. The mark is left by Jessica Davis who punches and scratches Hannah over her eye in result of teenage jealousy and false accusations.
Donalbain will go to Ireland and Malcolm will go to England. They do this out of fear because they believe they are next to being killed. The audience thinks that Malcolm and Donalbain are cowards for leaving. The audience thinks this because 400 years ago, killing was a way of life. Someone has murdered their father and they are going to run away seems very childish which is why the audience thinks Malcolm and Donalbain are cowards.
The poem “To a Mouse” by Robert Burns is obviously about a man talking to a field mouse whose nest he has just destroyed with a plow. The man feels bad for destroying the mouse’s home and apologizes for what has happened. The deeper meaning of the poem is that no matter how much preparation goes into planning for the future, fate, or even someone else’s plan, can get in the way and demolish your plans. Burns compares the mouse and the man to one another in saying, “The best-laid schemes of mice and men/ Go often astray,” (Burns 39-40). The mouse in the poem worked hard to build its nest in preparation for the winter it was to endure in the future.
From here everything changes and Frankenstein’s life goes bad because everybody he loves gets killed. The monster does this because he was neglected by his creator and got no love, so learned to be bad instead and wanted revenge because he didn’t want to be created in the first place, especially if he wasn’t going to be
Or rather, stay, that I may trample you to dust! And, oh! That I could, with the extinction of your miserable existence, restore those victims whom you have so diabolically murdered!” (M. Shelly, Frankenstein, Chapter 10) Frankenstein’s reasons for creating the monster was that he was so utterly obsessed with life itself he wanted to create a being that would never die out of his mother’s memory so no one else felt his pain, So mainly the reasons for him rejecting the monster is because it was nothing he expected and especially creating it out of his mother’s memory he felt the need to reject
Jack felt he needed to get revenge on his daughter‘s killer. He had a strong intuition that George Harvey, a strange man who lived near the Salmons, was the one who murdered his daughter. George was careful to cover up any evidence, so Jack had nothing but gut feeling to accuse George Harvey. Then the police department decided to put the case to rest after about six months, after all leads were exhausted and there were no more clues. Jack Salmon just wished he could have protected his daughter Susie from being murdered, but now all he could do was try to get his revenge.
Answer: Macbeth's ability to murder got him his position. Then his ability to murder lost him his position. If he had stuck with just one murder then he would still be king. But he had to kill everyone so it's ultimately his fault that he lost his throne. He went overboard.
Lennie kills Mrs Curley and then he quickly runs away from the ranch to get out of anybody’s site, and with hopes that nobody will ever believe that there has been an accident. In the end George finally realise that he has to put and end of Lennie’s life, by shooting him, before Candy and his gang gets to him. He realises that it has to be done fast before all of it will become even worse. George will not live like this anymore. “You God dam tramp, ‘he said viciously.
As Lennie says “An’ live off the fatta the lan, An have rabbits.”(Steinbeck 14) Lennie’s dream is a difficult dream to accomplish because he’s not the brightest guy. He doesn’t really get treated like he should be because he is different. Lennie has a mental disability. He was close to achieving his dream but he killed curleys wife. Killing Curleys wife was one of the reasons he didn’t get to live his dream it was because he also died at the of the