Victor’s action to run away caused William’s death and made Justine look like the killer when the evidence was planted from the blood. I see it as Victor was never going to be truly happy because there was so much he really didn’t know and could not handle the whole situation. People during the Enlightenment tried to handle many things on their own but certain things should just not be touched or you will find out the hard way. It was like finding a million dollars in the street and keeping it thinking no one would ever trace back to finding you because it was something that huge. He paid his price and it was a great one, the role of God is not to be played
The Portray of the Perpetrator Jefferson in A Lesson Before Dying: The Reverse Side of a Perpetrator Does a perpetrator have to be an irredeemably bad person? It’s not always true. Unfortunately due to people’s limited perceptions, many people incorrectly assume that a perpetrator is a bad person with no redeem traits. In definition, a perpetrator is usually someone who carries out a crime or deception (Merriam-Webster). They are around us everywhere, either as the criminals we often see on news or the protagonists in fictional worlds.
Others fulminated that he was a reckless idiots, a wacko, a narcissist who perished out of arrogance and stupidity- and was undeserving of the considerable media attention he received (Krakauer 3). He is a later version of what the Hippies attempted when they left middle class society to live off the land. McClandiss said that he hoped to, "fix all that was wrong with my life." When he is found frozen to death in an old bus no one is certain if his death was intentional or a mistake (Smith). A person like Chris McCandless who has everything in the world is still unsatisfied on what is around him.
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
He was a loner and incapable of making friends . He was very detached from his family also. He was delayed in his emotional development because he was lonely. According to Martens, “the major reason for psychopathic violent acts in killers like Jeffrey Dahmer was unbearable loneliness and an intense need for human company.” (Martens(1994-2012) When he took strangers to his home for one night stands, oftentimes random people from gay clubs , he feared so desperately to be left alone again that he murdered the person. Masters explained that, “Dahmer did not enjoy the act of killing and he didn't hate his victims, he just felt it was a necessary evil.” (Master's 1993a, 1993b) Because of his incapability to interact on any level with his victims he felt much more comfortable with their dead bodies for company.
N’Kia West April 22, 2014 English 1010 Professor Jones The Mind Behind the Crime There are many known serial killers out in this world, and of course, these serial killers are not favorited by people. Many people do not know exactly why they kill, though there are simple reasons, maybe because of their childhood, not getting the love and support that any child should get, or maybe because of a mental disorder. But what makes a serial killer conceive of such malicious acts and with disregards of morality and consequence? What drives someone to such drastic measures to go as far as killing another? Do they do it for pleasure and ease?
Serial killers are sadistic in nature. (Norris, 1988) Some return to the scenes or graves of their victims to fantasize about their deeds. Many insert themselves in the investigation of their crimes and some enjoy taunting authorities with letters or carefully planned pieces of
Nonetheless, many people have negative childhood experiences and torturing and killing people does not even cross their minds. But the mere difference usually is that serial killers usually have a fatal combination of psychological dysfunctions and negative experiences at a young age. Another psychological installment into their behavior is the possibility of their fantasy world. Fantasies play a major role in their lives and the kill itself is an act of the fantasy. It tends to turn into a vicious cycle of fantasies that need to be acted out because their fantasies can never measure up to reality since reality is always disappointing to
He then becomes afraid of the monster and treats him as an outcast like the rest of community does. Victor tries to run away and forget about the monster, but that is a nearly impossible task as well. Throughout the novel, Victor will never try to care for his creation or love him. Victor's unsurpassed disgust and embarrassment will keep him from taking responsibility towards what I can
By the end of the story, the Misfit ends up killing the whole family. Even though the Misfit kills this family, he is not fully responsible for his actions. The Misfit kills because he has had a terrible childhood, he is mentally unstable, and he simply likes what he does. The Misfit is a killer, but may not be responsible for all of his actions because of his awful childhood. While he was a child his own father did not think he was normal, "My daddy said I was a different breed of dog from my brothers and sisters" (O'Connor).