Since Jerry really has no idea what he’s doing, he foolishly leaves it in the hands of the two hit men to take care of it. In doing so, unnecessary lives were lost, and the blood is primarily on Jerry’s hands. He may not have wished for that to happen, but due to his greed and the situation he put himself in, it was practically
His core belief throughout his whole life is “A man without land is nothing (2)”. As a result, he lets his goals of wealth get in the way of many friendships, such as that with Virgil. Similarily, Macbeth lets his desire to be the most powerful get in the way of many relationships within the novel. He truly believes in the witches prophecy that “Fair is foul and foul is fair (1.1.32)”. His sense of over-entitlement led him to be easily manipulated into killing his good friend and leader King Duncan.
The McGill’s goal for doing this was to collect one thousand souls. The reasons for the one thousand souls were so that he could win his life back like the fortune cookie said. The McGill is an evil villain but like any other villain there is a reason for all of there anger. In the McGill’s case he is a monster and he is a jerk to everyone so he is very angry person. He takes his anger out on other people but by the end of this book he will learn to be good.
He blames Charlie as the one who caused him to lose his boxing career and he also blames himself for his lack of bravery to act according to his own will. Despite all these, with the support and guidance of Father Barry and Edie, and finally the death of Charlie, Terry is awakened and is confident enough to fight like a contender in accordance to his conscience. His actions no longer depend on others and he finally wins the respect of the other longshoremen. Kazan clearly shows that Terry has his brother Charlie to blame for making him a bum. In the cabin, while Charlie is meant to bribe Terry with a job so that he would keep quiet about the deeds of the union, Terry expressed his disappointment in Charlie.
The sole purpose of ripping people off for their money by taking advantage of their poor economic status is immoral. This drives Rodion to develop a deep hatred for Alyona. In part I page seventy six; it provides details about the criminal hesitating with time and fear. This only proves one
Columbus never stopped searching for gold even when they grew hungry and sick. Columbus would withhold people’s salaries and ordered people to be hanged if they stole food. Columbus was indeed a selfish, cruel man that had always been filled in riches and never cared for anything else. Christopher Columbus was known for finding America and was a smart navigator. He was a fine sailor, but was a selfish man.
He cannot see that he did anything wrong when he fired Eva smith- he was just looking after his business interests. An example of him putting his business first is when the Inspector asks him why he didn’t give Eva more money. ‘Well, it’s my duty to keep labour costs down, and if I’d agreed to this demand for a new rate we’d have added about 12% to our labour costs.’ This shows a clear understanding that Birling only thought about his business and was very selfish towards his work. He wants to protect is reputation. As the Inspector’s investigations continue, his selfishness gets the better of him: he is worried about how the press will view his story in Act 2, and accuses Sheila of disloyalty at the start of Act 3.
This quote shows that the Cunninghams, while people of character and integrity, are unable to pay for monetary needs with money, but must instead use actions, in the form of favors and gifts. The Ewells, however, are a different beast entirely. They have a reputation for being ne’er-do-wells and bitter. This stems from Bob Ewell, who is horribly suffering from alcoholism and doesn’t very much care for people in general. He will do anything for money, as made apparent by his suing Tom Robinson for rape, simply because he knows he’ll win the case by sheer fact of his race.
This alienation stems from untrue stereotypes and the disturbing moral values exhibited by the inhabitants of Maycomb. Tom’s skin color leads to unfair assumptions about his trustworthiness and code of ethics. “The one place where a man ought to get a square deal is in a courtroom, be he any color of the rainbow, but people have a way of carrying their resentments right into a jury box. "(110) Tom was unable to receive a fair trial because of the color of his skin.
Xaymara Ruiz Morrell/Horan English II 20 May 2012 Creons unjust and unfair choices Due to the actions made by creon as a king,society viewed him as unfair and unjust,causing the town to fall apart in many ways.Creon rejected all advice. "Creon rejects the leaders suggestion.Naturally,for he knows the explanation.Its sedition, working through bribery". "For me ,a man who rules the entire state and does not take the best advice there is,but throgh fear keeps his mouth forever shut....".Creon was deaf to entreaties. "Creon wants the moral support of these men because he forsees disobedience to his edict". "So spit this girl out-she's yur enemy.Let her marry someone else in hades.Since i caught her clearly disobeying,the only culpit in the entire