Minerva's father did something to enrage her. He cheated on her mother. When she found out she got very mad and I think she might have taken it out on Trujillo a little bit. However Minerva finally does accept what happened as irreversible. She tells her father "I know the clouds have already rained" as if to say that it happened and there's nothing anyone can do.
Chillingworth constantly interrogates Hester . “And what of him?” “What choice had you?” “What evil have I done the man?” (Hawthorne 154). He depresses her and tries to make her feel guilty, sometimes for things she couldn’t control, like never truly loving him. He as well wouldn’t stop bothering her, he intended to travel along on the boat with them and threatened to reveal Dimmesdale’s secret. Yet, even worse than Chillingworth’s rude and evil nature was her suffering caused by Dimmesdale.
He married a woman, she cheated on him and all he wanted was revenge. But in fact, a sin is defined by dictionary.com as any reprehensible or regrettable action, behavior or lapse. Though Chillingworth does not verbally admit that he regrets his actions, which some may argue, his body language does it for us. Chillingworth when the book started was old and by this time his body has grown old and almost given up like Dimmesdale’s. He becomes more and more desperate throughout the novel and the way he chooses to frame Dimmesdale shows it
Farewell to Manzanar Many things in injustice can do many things to a person. It can make a person beg for freedom, something we all take for granted today. Injustice can also twist someone's mind making their mental beings violently different than before. This applies to Jeanne's father, who after a while at Manzanar began to ruin his mental willingness to live. However despite these negative effects of injustice, it can be a hard and tough way to help someone mature.
In recent times there have been reports of people being bullied so bad, they have taken their own lives to escape from the constant torment. Like anyone who wears their heart on their sleeve, and is always open and honest, I have been the victim of strung-out, self-righteous bullies. My bullying came in the form a junkie who decided that I was a serious threat to him and his way of life. It’s important
A license to kill: Anxiety Anxiety is a prevalent in every human beings life whether you are nervous to speak in front of a large crowd or are uncomfortable with your appearance. There are several different forms of anxiety and many people are overwhelmed by it and may need to seek some sort of treatment. Many times anxiety is caused by something you are fearful of doing, but after repeated successes of facing your fears it tends to fade away. In the play Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth feel anxiety in the form of guilt after maliciously murdering innocent people. Anxiety can lead to feelings of guilt, cause manipulation, and bring forth ambition.
This statement implies more than casual viewers might imagine. True, many images in their films appear at first merely strange, incongruous, or even repulsive” (Gaughran 227). Both of these scenarios lead to the untimely demise of many innocent victims. We can attribute this also to the lack of communication and greed on both characters parts. Since Jerry had no idea what he was doing as a criminal mastermind, he couldn’t successfully put across some guidelines for the two hit men.
However, he became a target of sorts because people began to bully him. He was having rocks and other objects thrown at him. It was not that he spoke to upset, assault, or intimidate anyone. It was due to his revolting appearance that frightened people this not know on the peoples behalf lead them to do what came naturally which is to feel threatened and fight. It is horrible to not be able to understand something and then you turn to murder and think that is the answer.
Crucible in the Modern Day World The world is full of those who think their ways are better than others. These people condemn those who don’t have their same beliefs. Prejudice views and judgments cause the world to erupt in wars and conflicts that sometimes are not easy to overcome. The Crucible still speaks to audiences because of prejudice and false judgment everywhere. In the Crucible, Parris tells Tituba she must confess: “You will confess or I will take you out and whip you to your death, Tituba!” (1233).
- The pervasive violence of Bond's Lear has been a focus of criticism since the play's premiere in 1971. His drama is criticized/ condemned for its intense savagery, and violence/ gore which received many negative critical reviews, but its artistry and moral vision are acknowledged by many other critics later on, especially with the staging of his Lear in 1971. -Many critics of the time, though lately,acknowledge its thematic purposes of the prevailing scenes of violence and aggression which are deliberately dramatized by Bond to create an agro-effect, that is this emotional shocking effect among the audience which alarms them of the deplorable condition of the modern world, and the moral degeneration of our modern societies. -Bond says,