What Need we fear who knows it, when non can call Our power to account?—Yet who would have Thought the old man to have had so much blood in him. I chose this image and scene as it shows that Lady Macbeth see’s the “spot” on her had as blood from the murders and crimes that she and her husband have committed. She is so filled with guilt and despair that she sleepwalks muttering these words. During her sleepwalking episodes, others began to observe and here what she is saying. She refers to hell as murky which shows that she is in a living hell filled with gloom and despair.
Granny’s hard knock life In Katherine Anne Porter’s short story, “The Jilting of Granny Weatherall” there is a vivid picture of an elderly woman’s last moments and storm of mentality on her death bed. The story is shown as a stream of consciousness in which granny remembers the grievances she had throughout her life. This making it obvious to the reader that she has had not one, or two, but three jilting in her life that has affected her character through the last shreds of her life. Her past love George, the death of her husband John, and the absence of god on her death bed, all affected granny’s life and personality. The first pitiable jilting of Granny Weatherall was done at the altar by a man named George who she once was deeply in love with; this jilting affected her life in many ways.
Ismene wants to keep this between her and Antigone only as to not risk Antigone’s life. Ismene is tied between family and state, whereas Antigone is completely for family before state. Antigone becomes furious when Ismene thinks that they should keep it between themselves, Antigone wants her to scream it from the rooftops who had buried Polynices. This shows that Antigone is more confident with her decision and is clearly the braver one of the two sisters. While playing Antigone I tried to give her a little more attitude than Ismene.
Brandon Henry Grieving stages of Norman Bowker When we suffer loss it is natural for us to grieve. Some of the hardest losses are those of losing of a spouse or close relationships but losing something that isn’t tangible, such as a hope or an expectation, is also stressful. To complicate things there are also more feelings such as guilt, indignity, horror, and resentment. These feelings are puzzling and make recovery from loss more lengthy and difficult. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross has written comprehensively about her experience working with terminally ill patients and with survivors of Nazi concentration camps in her book, "On Death and Dying."
Without his wife, he is alone in the world. In addition, the protagonist begins to hallucinate. The traumatization of death has left him scared. He begins to see the dead. “Then the dead person appeared, pushing the stone back with its bent back.
However, in the conclusion of The Yellow Wallpaper, John fainted. The main character in this story experienced a great deal of pressure. A reader could possibly describe John’s final action to be symbolic indicating that even men experience weakness and hysteria. In the end, the story had several symbolic inclinations. However, when reviewing the symptoms leading to the “rest cure” and the restrictions implemented, one might conclude that whoever was put into this type of atmosphere, might find their sanity pushed to the limit
Carol Ann Duffy describes Medusa as a bitter woman, who has been betrayed by the man she loved. The poet creates the reader’s reaction to medusa’s character through a direst address to the reader. Rhetorical questions like ‘Are you terrified?’ and ‘Wasn’t I beautiful?’ bring the reader unto immediate contact with Medusa. Furthermore commands like ‘Be terrified’ and ‘Look at me now’ are used to build fear and allow the reader o experience her rage. This is just one method used to create the reader’s reaction to Medusa.
Granny Weathrall does not want to face that she is on her death bed. When a doctor was called in she was being rude when she should not have been because the doctor was only trying to help her. She really needed to face the fact that she was about to die. She has lived a full life and should not be down about dying some don’t make it to eighty years old. Granny Weathrall should consider herself lucky, but her mind was drifting away from her and she was not think very clearly.
The Jilting of Granny Weatherall The Jilting of Granny Weatherall" by Katherine Anne Porter was such a great story to visit. I understand why it is much easier to consider the title “The Jilting of Granny Weatherall.” Granny's character is one where everyone should be able to relate to, because each one of us have a past of being let down, or stood up at one time or another in our lives yet we all must die. In this Short story you will find yourself feeling empathy for her. Granny is an old grouchy woman that is drowning in self-pity due to being “Jilted”. She lies on her death bed and think back over her life and how she was young capable and strong.