The main evidence that states that montresor felt remorse in the end is when he went to check the bell. According to the story, “The Cask of Amontillado”, Montresor initially doesn’t feel remorse until the job was completed. Montresor created a step by step plan to fulfil his revenge on Fortunato. Montresor was willing to go to any extent in order to fulfil his quench. He tries to act like he was concerned about Fortunato’s health.
This essay will contain examples of irony in the story “Some of us Had Been Threatening Our Friend Colby”, by Donald Barthemlme. While the story is riddled with examples of irony, this essay will only explore a couple. The first example of irony comes when the group had been discussing threatening their friend Colby for a long time, because of the way he had been behaving. And now his friends said he had gone too far, so they decided to hang him. Colby argued that just because he had gone too far (he did not deny that he had gone too far), according to his friends, did not mean that he should be subjected to hanging.
Hugh was worried about the wording of the invitations. What if one of them fell into the hands of the authorities? Hanging Colby was doubtless against the law, and if the authorities learned in advance what the plan was they would very likely come in and try to mess everything up. I said that although hanging Colby was almost certainly against the law, we had a perfect moral right to do so because he was our friend, belonged to us in various important senses, and he had after all gone too far. We agreed that the invitations would be worded in such a way that the person invited could not know for sure what he was being invited to.
He is trying to get away from civilization, where Jim is looking for freedom. They encounter many obstacles which brings hardship to their journey, including getting separated, running into thieves and con men, etc. Some of these obstacles push Huck to perform actions that are morally wrong. The reader will feel sympathy for Huck and his actions, despite its immorality because he was taking actions to keep Jim safe, he learned from his mistakes, and many of his lies were necessary for someone’s safety. In the time when the novel takes place, it was wrong to help a runaway slave escape to freedom, which is exactly what Huck does.
The moral of the movie for me, is that you should trust your instincts: Höfgen knew the Nazi’s were no good, but he got involved with them anyway and in the end, it didn’t work out well for him. I think this is also the moral message that this movie wants to bring across. That and, stick to what you know. Höfgen was a great actor, but he shouldn’t have tried to interfere with politics as well, that only caused trouble for him. The film is provocative culturally or politically, it forces you to judge the situation and make decisions for yourself, it shows a bad side of the Nazi’s, but it is way too late to do anything about them.
As Shylock should have shown his mercy to Antonio at first, however, he didn’t seize the golden opportunity to forgive Antonio all because of hatred and revenge which is pretty normal in the position of Shylock. I think Shylock’s initial response to Antonio’s arrogance is reasonable since he is also a human being, trying to protect his dignity and respect from others. The trial for Shylock is not so justified in a sense of humanity. What Shylock is seeking is the proper repayment from Antonio, who in turn breaks his agreement first. How the Duke has settled the case is not basing on the rule of law and justice, which is replaced by mercy.
The power of Marat’s words and the revolutionaries’ influence on France were too great to speak or act out against – people who weren’t for the revolution were against it. These voices were silent because they were smart enough to know if they’d acted on their thoughts, they’d be guillotined next. 4. The writers’ view of Louis XVI’s execution affect their writing in the way that they’ll write according to their relationship to the king. The priest was a good friend to the king while Marat was against the monarchy and
He went ahead with risks after requesting permission, and apologized when things went wrong. When his committee meetings went non-productive due to unhealthy disputes between committee members, Paul met with each party separately and found a solution to resolve the issue. Levy exhibited effective leadership skills when dealing with conflict. First, Levy was willing to lose in order to win. A successful leader should take courage in taking risks and handling mistakes to foster innovation (Charles W. Prather, 2008).
You get there but every eye keeps glancing in your direction. By the end of the party, your friend is angry at the fact you didn’t listen, but you don’t pay them any mind because you had fun any way. The main idea of the party was to have fun and that’s what you did. Throughout this multi-genre novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain highlights society’s views on rules in contrast to Huck’s, Jim’s, Tom’s, and Pap’s views on rules suggest it is acceptable to disobey rules you see as wrong. Huck Finn has disobeyed rules that he believes, himself, to be wrong but society thinks otherwise.
After Polyphemus’s respect to Odysseus he did not care and Odysseus selfishness lead him to give lies out mixing up his true adventure to why they were even there. Furthermore, from the beginning Odysseus did not show much honor because his selfishness had one that. In particular, Odysseus’s action in getting in the cave, eating the food and getting comfortable until Polyphemus showed up due to his curiosity was a bad choice. Even after that, Odysseus offered Polyphemus wine to lead to his first tricks. After that Polyphemus was exceptionally drunk.