He also picks fights with all the other jurors, he even threatened to kill juror #8 after he called him a sadist. He expressed a lot of anger in his thoughts which changed the way a few jurors thought of the defendant. No one knew till the end when juror #3 started crying and revealed his sensitive side. He looked grumpy and disturbed the whole movie and his emotions finally break lose. The real reason he was being so obnoxious was because he had issues with his teenage son which effected his opinions about teenagers.
Electra fights with her mother, Clytemnestra, and her mother’s lover, Aegisthus, because she feels betrayed by them as they killed her father. When Electra and Orestes are finally reunited, they plot against their fathers killers, and finally kill them. The play has several themes, such as vengeance and deception which are extenuated by the heightened realism style of the play. In Electra’s introductory speech, I would emphasises her agony of her father’s death, as this is the main reason the character is vengeful. To fit with the heightened realism of the play, I would exaggerate the mental pain that the character is going through by associating some lines with physical pain, such as ‘But my mother, and her bed mate Aegisthus, Split open his head with a murderous axe’.
Firstly the beginning of the play shows Stanley abusing his leadership in the household to get what he wants. During the scene where Stanley is playing poker with his friends and Blanche begins to interrupt them, he finds himself losing his dominance in the group and ends up having a tantrum. “Let the rut go of me, you sons of bitches!” (Williams 58), Stanley blows his top and goes crazy on both his friends and his wife whom he hits. A character of this mental instability should not be even thought of as a hero, his control over his house is not the only thing he abuses when together with his wife and sister in law. Stanley hates when Blanche gets more attention than him.
His punishment of killing the bird is that he has to keep telling his story over and over again. Both characters knew that they were going to be punished and have to pay the ultimate price for what they had done. Victors unthinking act of creating the creature led to the murder of two of his closest loved ones. "I beheld those I loved spend vain sorrow upon the graves of William and Justine, the first hapless victims to my unhallowed arts" (Shelley 100). Mary Shelly uses The Rime of the Ancient Mariner because both Victor and the Mariner did single unthinking acts that got them both severely punished.
This quote is significant because Cholly Pocola’s abusive father, an alcoholic man who rapes his daughter at the end of the novel which is the climax of the book. Cholly states that love relates to his personality that forces him to love in a violent way. Cholly isn’t a good person so his love ghastly bad. The quote “I thought about the baby that everyone wanted dead, and saw it very clearly. It was in a dark, wet place, its head covered with O's of wool, the black face holding, like nickels, two clean black eyes, the flared nose, kissing-thick lips, and the living, breathing silk of black skin.
David starts to develop hatred towards his father, wanting to hurt and give him the pain he has felt over the years. “[David] pictured things, played them out in [his] head, a hundred different violent acts.... It was when [David] realized [he] could kill him and get away with it.” (Gould, 115) David’s anger towards his father has turned in to infuriate. Now that David has more power over his father, he uses the same method Carl used over him; separating from reality and physical abuse. “[David] jumped [Private Island] and hit [Carl],
Johnny was terrified and angry,”yeah.’ His voice quavered slightly. ‘I had to. They were drowning you, Pony. They might have killed you. And they had a blade…they were gonna beat me up….’ ‘Like …’ –I swallowed-‘like they did before.” (57) Johnny changes from a nice man to a juvenile delinquent because he murdered someone.
You’ve been spreading that bullshit story for weeks. Whats wrongs, ugly, you jealous? Cant get a date?” (193). Andy is really a beast. He just keeps hurting Melinda till she stands up for herself by holding the piece of glass to his neck without hesitating.
Underlines Jack’s lust for blood & killing. ‘He looked in astonishment no longer at himself but at an awesome stranger.’ The reader now starts to see how Jack is turning into a devilish figure. His new painted face can now tempt people to do things at his command. LOST ALL INNOCENT AND IS COMPLETELY SAVAGE. " Kill the pig, cut her throat, spill the blood' We first hear this when Jack as his hunters kill their first pig.
Every night once the Danes went to sleep after their parties, “he [Grendel] came upon them” (Heaney, 11) and “created havoc: greedy and grim, he grabbed thirty men from their resting places and rushed to his lair.” (Heaney, 11). He seeks revenge due to cards he was dealt and he enjoys raiding Heorot because it is the representation of the world of men that he hates He felt incredibly left out due to an event that he did not even commit. He craves revenge due to his emotions. His feelings of sadness isolation and jealousy prompt him to take revenge on the