In the article I see a killer die the reporter wanted us to be in favour of Harris when he wrote “We had heard he had broken down and cried to a guard shortly before he was tied to the chair with leather straps” This makes the reader feel as if Harris was remorseful towards the victims families. The reporter wants us to feel hatred towards the murderer Robert Alton Harris. He wrote “Robert Harris winked at the guard” This makes the reader feel anger and hatred towards robert because he hasn’t shown any sympathy or made any apologetic actions towards the victims parents. For me the article ‘I See A Killer Die’ tries to perceive Robert Harris to be a good guy who made a bad mistake. I think this because the reporter said “ He was trying to deny his victims families to watch him suffer like his victims suffered.” This makes the reader get the impression that he was utterly ashamed of what he has done and he regrets his actions deeply.
The ghost informed Hamlet that he had been killed by Sir King Claudius and that Claudius was, in fact, Hamlet's uncle. From there, the ghost only asked for one thing and one thing only, and all the deceased king requested was revenge from his son. Taking in all this information, wanting to avenge his father's death, and wanting to do as his father asks causes Hamlet to do many crazy things, including pretending to have lost his sanity. This causes many deaths in the story during Hamlet's journey to revenge. One of which was Polonious, who was stabbed by Hamlet during Hamlets rant to his mother.
Many men fell for this and in my opinion she became very powerful in a sense. I believe Cathy was a very selfish character. While reading East of Eden I thought that she might have had mental problems. I was furious that she tried to kill her baby and later on lied about why say tried to do such a thing. Then when she gave birth to her twins sons, she acted as if she did not want them and I believe that Cathy was selfish was because she shot her husband in the shoulder.
Her death caused much commotion to all the people who new her; the closer they were to her, the more they suffered. This is why the murder of Cassetti is looked at as justifiable. In Christie’s book many passengers denounced Cassetti, ”If ever a man deserved what he got, Ratchett or Cassetti is the man. I'm rejoiced at his end. Such a man wasn't fit to live!” and "I did so rejoice that that evil man was dead – that he could not any more kill or torture little children.
Character of Norman Bates from the Movie "Psycho" I believe that Norman Bates was guilty of the murders of Marion and Arbogast. Because his mother which is a figment of his mind or imagination dose not exist for she is dead and Norman had to have made her up. The fact that his mother might have helped him develop the split personalities, by the way she treated him might be a possibility too but he manifested his own thoughts. The idea that Norman Bates mother committed the crime seems to be irrelevant she is dead and there is no way she physically did it. The idea of mother only exists in Norman’s mind.
The theme that Gwendolyn Brooks wants to show that Emmett Till did not have a fair trial to justify his death, and that Carolyn Brooks’ husband should have been convicted and punished for the murder. In the poem, “A Bronzeville Mother Loiters in Mississippi. Meanwhile, a Mississippi Mother Burns Bacon”, an extended fairy tale metaphor is used to depict the life of Carolyn Brooks following the murder of Emmett Till by her husband. The wife in the poem begins to realize that her husband is not the man she once loved, and she starts to have increased hatred for him. This poem is an allegory for the death of Emmett Till, showing the resentment felt by Carolyn Brooks toward her
Death is a major theme in this novella because it includes the death of Candy’s dog and causes the loss of George and Lennie’s dream farm. The first death of this novella included the shooting of Candy’s dog. The death of Candy’s dog was a tragedy to Candy because he had him ever since he was a pup. Carlson had a lot to do with it because he pressured him into it, telling him he isn’t any good to him. Candy was the regretting the fact he let Carlson shoot his dog.
However, the murder of the old man is not the climax of “The Tell-Tale Heart;” it is when the police arrive at the scene of the murder (although they do not know it yet) that the unnamed protagonist reveals that he has murdered the old man and hidden his body beneath the floorboards (Poe 193). At this point the story ends and the mystery of motive unresolved. However, there are several themes dispersed throughout the story, such as themes of insanity, time, and death and destruction of others and of the self. These themes leave many scholars wondering how they fit together to understand as to why the narrator kills the old man. The theme of insanity is easily recognizable and plays a large role in “The Tell-Tale Heart” to why the protagonist murders the old man; However, in “‘The Tell-Tale Heart’ [readers only see] the results of madness, not its origins” (Symons 241).
The first proof they used was Simpson’s motive Simpson was mad because his ex-wife broke up with Simpson a second time; Simpson was also an emotional mess with also losing his current girlfriend. Also Simpson had a cut on his index finger of his left hand and no one could remember seeing the cut before the murders. The second proof that they used was the physical evidence. While searching the crime they came across a left handed glove that had blood on it and a ski cap. The matching glove to the left hand glove was found behind the home.
Claudius also married Hamlet’s mother, Gertrude, soon after he killed Hamlet’s father. In the beginning of the play, every character is unaware of Claudius’ sin and it is not until Hamlet’s father appears to him as a ghost that Hamlet thinks that Claudius could be the possible murderer of his father. Claudius’ sin is the foundation of the play because it is a domino effect for all of the other instances that take place throughout the play. Claudius’ sin, in addition to Hamlet’s actions towards vengeance, are responsible for fueling the debate between critics on whether or not Hamlet is considered a morality play. After reading three literary criticisms by different authors, the concepts that make up a morality play such as the importance of a character to regard human morality when making a decision, the three stages of morality and the revelation of an important message to the audience, are all evident in the play Hamlet, which qualifies it as a morality play.