He like being in control during the sexual encounters and murder. According to “Role of Psychology and Geography in the green River Murders” by Sean M. Cramer, fits the power/control category of a serial killer, characterized by experiencing sexual gratification from over powering his victims” (The Serial killer, Web). Reinforcing his own male power and authority that could have never been expressed with his domineering mother. Consequently, compensated by punishing his victims for his bruised ego. From day one Gary showed signs of violence, learning disabilities, and was overwhelmed with guilt of sexual fantasies about his mother only then too became sickened with his imaginations.
Crime and Punishment Testimony Rodion Raskolnikov has committed a double murder, for he has to be psychologically evaluated by I Dr. Alzubi. We the prosecution is entitled to prove Rodion Raskolnikov guilty on all accounts of murder. I have twenty two years of criminal psychiatry experience; which leaves me to prove Rodion sane while he committed the double crime. Rodion Raskolnikov kills the pawnbroker and her sister; Alyona Ivanovna and Lizaveta. The sole purpose of ripping people off for their money by taking advantage of their poor economic status is immoral.
Therefore, I try to dig out every clue that causes his motives to kill people and every detail that built up his personalities so that it would help me understand why a genius becomes a villain. “Understanding the mindset of a psychopath is very important in order to understand why a criminal would not feel the need to justify his or her transgressions; psychopaths do not believe that they are doing anything abnormal or morally inept” (Siler 3). In this research paper, Freudian psychoanalysis will be applied to explore the protagonist’s mental journey and explain the motives of his crimes. Tom Ripley is a fictional character in a series of novels composed by Patricia Highsmith, including The Talented Mr. Ripley, Ripley Under Ground, Ripley's Game, The Boy Who Followed Ripley, Ripley Under Water. This research paper is expected to focus on Highsmith’s first book about Tom Ripley and try to dig out any Freudian imagery of Ripley’s personalities.
He is in an awkward position in this short story. Daisy is a brown girl who is neighbours with Ben. She is eager to play with him, “…Darted across Finchley Row,” but Ben does not treat her the way he should he speaks to her rudely, “… In a muffled voice,” and is racist to her, “…You’re a nigger.” Daisy gets really hurt by the way Ben acts towards her, Ben says this to Daisy because of his mother and what she has taught him. However, Ben starts feeling sorry for her and lets her play with him, his feelings change because he realises he is wrong by treating her like that, his personality shines through. This leads Ben feeling paranoid as he keeps glancing toward his house just in case his mother sees them as his mother does not like Daisy.
His lawyer was left in an awkward state, he would have to completely turn around his defense case to prove now that his client was truly insane and only a mentally deranged individual would commit such distasteful lurid acts. Jeff Dahmer took the words insanity to the whole next level. The jury was forced to hear the Dahmer’s outlandish acts towards the victims. For instance how Dahmer kept his apartment crammed up with skeletons, 11 skulls, packages of genitals, and preserved and frozen hearts, muscles, and innards from his 17 slaughtered victims. Dahmer convinced himself that his acts were not sadistic but merely acts of enjoyment.
Julia loves watching the worms and is upset when they quit moving. Then she realizes that they are molting. Julia’s mom agrees to let her spend a bit longer time at Mr. Dixon’s, but Julia continues to have questions in her mind about prejudice and racism. Patrick refuses to hold the worms, and Julia finds out he is afraid of them. She finds that hard to believe because boys aren’t supposed to be scared of crawly things, and Patrick had wanted to do this project.
Symbolism Essay Susan Glaspells', “A Jury of Her Peers” uses many symbolic effects to give a better understanding of the story. The symbols in the story include the dead bird, the rocking chair, and the preserved fruit. Each of these symbolic objects is a representation of a characteristic that Minnie Foster and not Mrs. Wright encompass. First off the dead bird in “A Jury of Her Peers” is symbolically a representation of a connection not with Mrs. Wright but rather with Minnie Foster. Minnie Foster a person who loved to sing, had made a special relationship with the bird, but her husband did not like the bird and hated the noises it made so he exterminated it.
We hot seated the character jack the ripper to see why he killed his suspects weather it was joy, an addiction like drugs e.g. something that makes you feel good (extreme lavish decadence) and many other reasons he could be killing people especially girls, maybe it was a personal matter…, it made us understand more about this theme of decadence (lower decadence) and so people knew why he killed the suspects in detail. We also used still images to imitate decadence from both sides upper and lower decadence in one still image plus to show different types of decadence so that people would understand it better after that we did a whole class still image of what expresses decadence and each individual could be called out to see what types of things the people has done and when I walked around to see I saw a scene with people getting dressed, drinking tea. Most people impersonated upper class decadence. From there we used role play and improvisation to make the still image come alive to formulate the things happening and to understand what’s happening around us and at the end of the scene everyone clashed together.
A comparison between A Tell-Tale Heart and American Psycho Introduction A Tell-Tale heart is about a man and his urge to kill another man. American Psycho is about a man and his urge to kill other people. The two protagonists are both insane and dealing with a comprehensive problem. There is one slight distinction between them; Patrick Bateman's victims are in plural, the narrator in A Tell-Tale Heart's victim is in singular. Bateman kills people for his own satisfaction, the nameless narrator does it because of his urge to get rid of an eye.
Although he generally shows a happy face, he feels guilty over the deaths of his wife and daughter as well as a determination to kill red John, the serial killer that murdered them. His motivation in joining the CBI is to find Red John. The pilot of the show is where Patrick Jane is developed; the CBI (California Bureau of investigation) is investigating leads on murder, which this time is a young girl. A very important technique for Patrick Jane is to get a “feel” for the victim’s surroundings and in turn close ones. It is then as he typically does by going into the house and spying details so he gains the trust of these people in order for them to make slip up or subconsciously suspect someone else.