He leaves Corinth and travels to Thebes, and on the way he unknowingly kills his father during a quarrel. After saving Thebes from the Sphinx, he is given the hand of Queen Jocasta, his mother, for marriage and he becomes the new king of Thebes. One of the many reasons Oedipus is a coward is that he didn’t want to face his parent s again. His thought at the moment when he blinds himself is that if he killed himself he will see his real parents in the underworld, who he had committed those crimes against. Instead of repenting for his sins he escapes them.
Joey Doyle, Tim Dugan, and a man named Andy were all identified as being murdered in the movie by the orders coming from Johnny do to them talking about the union’s illegal activities. One of the main characters, Terry Malloy, is a dockworker for the local union 374. He has a personal connection to the union mob because his brother, Charley Malloy, is Johnny’s right hand man. Charley appears to have extended Terry job opportunities over the years within the mob union by offering him positions considered “up in the loft” rather than “down in the hole”. The movie identified a time years back when Terry was a fighter.
However the coward, Johnny Friendly got the better deal in the fight when he called his ‘henchmen’ to attack Terry, but somehow the hero of the film gets to his feet and leads the longshoremen into the factory. At the end of the film, like the birds, we can see that the men on the waterfront will be free of the mob’s control now that the mob has been brought to justice. Terry was not always brave though, he used to be one of the crowd, believing that “everybody’s got a racket”. He worked for Johnny and was the one who led Joey up to the roof where someone pushed him off. But apparently to the mob Joey ‘fell’ which is an outright lie, the audience and Terry knew it.
He was not in there for too long because Mr.Radley had to bring him back home so he would not die from the mold growth. When Boo left that basement, he would never see society again. While Boo was chained up in his own house, rumors passed were around town about him. People became terrified of Boo because of stories and lies told about him. He was only a victim of the insanity his parents put him through from being isolated from society.
William Shakespeare’s The Tempest centers on power struggles and how various characters in the play try to dominate or control others. The lust for power is widely shared by the characters in the play. Caliban wants to regain his island from Prospero; Prospero wants his status back as the Duke of Milan. Sebastian also tries to kill his brother Alonso, so that he will be next in line to the throne. The play consists of a series of treacheries and conspiracies against authority.
Benvolio (nephew of Montague) tries to stop the fight until Tybalt appears and attacks him when Benvolio explains that he was merely trying to part the men. Soon after, the head of both houses join the fight along with villagers and the Prince comes, ending the fight once and for all. He states in an authoritive voice that “If you ever disturb our streets again, your lives shall pay the forfeit of the peace.” Afterwards, Benvolio talks to Romeo’s parents, discussing his recent mood when said Montague shows up at which Benvolio gets permission from Lord Montague to discover what has made Romeo so sullen. After a few seconds, Benvolio discovers that Romeo had been brooding all morning because the love of his life (Rosaline) had forsworn love and joined a nunnery, thus rejecting him and has thus been heart-broken; he even goes as far as saying that he can never find joy, happiness, or love without Rosaline. [The sonnet I placed at the end of Diary Entry I supports his claim by placing a poem that
The material possession will make people lose their mind, to let people become crazy, and then will take them down. At the novel page 127, Michele’s father said, “two ears, we'll cut off. Two!” his father was going to crazy, that all because the material possessions, Michele has know his father was a kidnapper just now. Then, with the compassion and material possessions he did choose the pity to be his way, which helped him to make choose to save Filippo when Filippo has got in to trouble. Michele has tried to save Filippo out of the hole that because the villagers become mind, and he was the only one who still has clear mind.
An obvious conflict was when the mob came to Tom Robinson's jail cell with the intents of lynching him only to be met by an opposing Atticus. As a result of the town’s prejudice and racism, they wanted to kill Tom because of this false accusation presented against him. They would be willing to kill the man even though there wasn’t any evidence to show that he did the crime. Right before Scout swooped in, Atticus and them shared some dialogue, “‘You know what we want,’ another man said. ‘Get aside from the door, Mr. Finch.’ ‘You can turn around and go home again, Walter,’ Atticus said pleasantly.
Balram’s success was to escape the darkness, the poverty, and the future that was guaranteed to him by society. Balram attempts to overcome his social and economic position bestowed upon him and plans to achieve his success with any means possible. With that goal, he decides to murder his master and leave his family behind. Through his letters to the premier, Balram implies that he has to kill Ashok to succeed, but he justifies this murder with the act of betrayal between the bond of master and servant and the lack of individualism he has to face. Throughout his life Balram had to face many types of influences, at one point he sees Mr. Ashok as the biggest influence to his perpetual servitude and he decides he must overcome him by erasing the mindset of being a servant.
Banquo is more of a super ego because he tries to stop Macbeth before Banquo dies. Banquo and Fleance go riding to their castle when they get jumped by 3 murders that Macbeth hired to kill them. When they get jumped Banquo gets off and fights the murders. While doing this Banquo yells at Fleance to run, giving up his own life for his son. Banquo is interpersonal because Banquo lies right in Macbeths face when Macbeth invites him to the banquet.