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.
The beginning of the key scene is important because, Hamlet has been summoned by his mother, who is furious with him for events surrounding the play-within-the-play, in which it has been suggested clearly that Hamlet’s father has been murdered by his brother. Hamlet, however, confronts his mother, still unhappy that she is married to his uncle, Claudius. Polonius has been sent to spy on Hamlet on behalf of Claudius. Hamlet kills Polonius, apparently believing it to be Claudius. Old Hamlet’s ghost appears for the second time to remind Hamlet of his mission of revenge for his father’s murder.
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.
“Electricidad” play is about a young girl, the main title character, who is suffering over the death of her father. She also finds out that her mother, Clemencia, is the one who stand behind her father’s crime. Electricidad knows Clemencia also murdered her brother, Orestes who has been sent to Las Vegas by his father. At some point, I think the major conflict of the play is whether or not Electricidad will get her revenge against her mother no matter what. She loves her father too much that she could not let go of her father’s dead body and at the same time; she could not believe that her father is actually dead.
For example the story begins with death of Emily and then we see Emily’s dad death and then she kills Barron to make sure that he never leaves her. We also see that as Emily is grows old so does her house and the town. The story is written in a non-chronological order. The organization of the story resembles the disorganization of Emily’s life. Completely out of order although many would find this order rather confusing, it helped in adding mystery suspense and climax to the story.
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.
But then everyone sees the woman's husband. They find he has committed suicide because he couldn't take his wife's screaming. Dr. Adams tells Uncle George to take Nick out of the hut. The doc feels bad that he brought his young son and his son had to see the bloody pregnancy and the guy's suicide. On the way back, Nick is curious and asks a lot of questions about the childbirth and the suicide.
Atticus thought that it was Jem but the sheriff said that Bob Ewell fell on his knife. The person that really killed Bob Ewell was Boo Radley and the sheriff hides that fact to protect Boo Radley from trials in court. For readers to be able to tell that it was Boo Radley who killed Bob Ewell they had to pay attention to quotes like “Thank you Arthur….. Thank you for my children” (Lee chap 31). The Author gives readers clues and makes them think to figure out questions, she never gives a straight out answer.
When Bont adds attempted murder to his other crimes, the demoralized village finally calls him to account. Bont’s sentence and death highlight the grievous punishments given out. Bont cares nothing for his children and they live in fear of him, just as Anna did as a child. Anna also remembers the ‘scold’s bridle’-an iron cage that was fastened over the head of a woman who offended her husband- and the way in which her mother was lead around in it by Bont ‘yanking hard on the chain so that the iron sliced her tongue’. Although Bont has virtually no redeeming qualities, Brooks nevertheless elicits some sympathy for him when the shocking events of his boyhood are revealed.
Un-fortune things don’t work out the way she wants it to. Susie watches her family and friends fall apart in her heaven. She watches her father struggle to nail the man he suspects who killed his daughter, her mother commit adultery and leave the family, and the man who murdered her skip town and feel the guilt catch up with him where ever he goes.Jack Salmon was a father of three. Susie 14, Lindsay 13, and Buckley 5. Jack also had a lovely wife, Abigail.