The story is enjoyable for its humorous portrayal of a family embarking on a vacation; O'Connor has been unforgiving in her portrayal of these characters. Misfit can be determine as sympathetic because he was wrongly punished, he had no other option than killing the family and polite and well mannered. Firstly, Misfit was wrongly accused for killing his father and was punished and sent to jail. I think Misfit did not killed his father because if he did he would remember it. He asks for the proof and paper work from cops but they did not show him.
He separated himself from society out of anger towards humanity for something that had happened to his family. He also didn't trust God would punish the evil, and was trying to do it himself. He believed God was trying to punish him. While a person of faith would accept the suffering given to him, Captain Nemo was instead angry at God. Captain Nemo’s actions also lead you to believe that he sought revenge against society.
“Mockingbirds don’t do one thing but make music for us to enjoy....That’s why it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.” The mockingbird then comes to represent true goodness and purity. Tom Robinson is one example of a human “mockingbird”. He stands accused of raping and beating Mayella Ewell, the daughter of Bob Ewell, but is innocent of the charges. The town commits the ultimate sin by finding Tom guilty and sentencing him to death. In effect, they have killed a mockingbird.
It looks like they should kill their enemy, but at the beginning of two stories they didn’t because both barber and the narrator have justice in their heart. “Gregory” is a story about loyalty, friendship and irony. When the narrator’s execution is ordered the guerrilla's must choose between their friend and their loyalty to their country. However, the narrator has to obey the order to kill him. In “Just lather, that’s all”, the barber has a lot of chance to kill Captain Torres but he didn’t.
He wasn’t trying to be a Christ. He was just being a man. Mr. Davies believed he is responsible for the death of the three men. He believed that he killed the men because he had an opportunity to stand up and state their innocence. He was also given a gun but he refused to use it to stop the violence.
It is quite ironic how the original Thane of Cawdor was a traitor and now Macbeth follows down the same path. Furthermore, Macbeth feels regretful since he knows he can never get rid of this sin. If others identify Macbeth’s sin, he will be frowned upon and punished. Macbeth questions “will all great Neptune’s ocean wash this blood/ Clean for my hand?” (2.2.63, 64). Macbeth believes that there is no amount of water that can cleanse his sin.
In addition to this the Wedding Guest refers back to the Mariner’s glittering eye which is suggestively the hypnotic factor about the Mariner which is keeping the Wedding Guest engaged in the Mariner’s story and, furthermore adds to the image of the Mariner being supernatural. We then return to the Mariner’s voice. Throughout part four we are receiving the Mariner’s story of how he found his epiphany. The Mariner tells us through the narrative how he becomes less self-focused and how he reconnects with God. The Mariner’s voice is used to tell the story of how he violated universal harmony, but, his epiphany allows him to reconnect with God and much he should actually appreciate the creatures God creates.
Another is how Fujimoto, Ponyo’s father, hates all humans because of the bad effects to the ecosystem that they cause. Fujimoto once was human sacrificed it all to serve the sea. For example when he states,”I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life.” (Thoreau, lines 46-47). Even though Ponyo’s father loathes humanity, she has so much love for both humanity and nature that instead of bringing humanity down, she wants nature to come up alongside it. Fujimoto is the advocate for the idea that humans – society, corrupts people.
If the lantern represents light that is the sun when there is light outside, basically in theory the sun is God. If it represents God then when the man smashed the lantern it may represent killing God, the same as what the character told the crowd how we all killed God. Killing God can be the lack of practice of religion back then, however it is much worse these days. The way the man reacts to the death of God could be the way he felt because of the lack of believers in the world at the time and even now. Not many people follow religion anymore, more so know then back then, but our ancestors not believing cased a chain reaction for us not to believe.
This crime without motive brings death to the crew, except for the mariner to kill the bird's neck hangs footprint wickedness as unjustified. Some expressions of beauty found in the poem are: a. Albatross: the death of this innocent bird represents innocence and purity. Then the mariner, without reason, killed the albatross and for that comes the punishment. The albatross was a bird that was fed and tamed by the ship's crew, and sailed with them; for it represents purity and innocence that was killed at the hands of someone the bird trusted. We see the beauty of the bird and the symbolism it represents beauty, but explained by Coleridge in a tragic way, perhaps to flatter your beauty nature.