Macbeth shall sleep no more” (II.2.55-57). He is already panicking regarding what he has done and hearing voices that foreshadow his sleeplessness. Then, Lady Macbeth scolds him for leaving the murder weapon behind and he admits that, “I’ll go no more./ I am afraid to think what I have done./ Look on ‘t again I dare not” (II.2.65-67). He’s terrified by what he has done and cannot bear to return to the scene of his bloody crime. Instead, Lady Macbeth must to there and clean up from his murders.
As soon as the nurse finds out that Tybalt is dead her reaction is very troubling and she doesn’t exactly know how to break it to Juliet so at the end result she says, “Tybalt is gone, and Romeo banished; Romeo that kill’d him, he is banished.” (3.2.69-70). This quote is a literal and a grammatical structure because Juliet is very upset but angry as well, she is young and she doesn’t exactly known what to do in the situation. Romeo’s blamed for the death of Tybalt. Fat occurs again when Romeo comes to the understanding that Juliet is dead and he kills himself too. At the start of the play Romeo dreams that if he goes to
I believe that he lying and that he left this woman in a state of distress that contributed to her state of mind when she committed suicide. Furthermore, Mrs Billings and Ms Billings both treated Ms Smith badly. Mrs Birling refusal to help Ms Smith must have made Ms Smith feel like she had no one to turn to. Furthermore, Ms Billings was jealous of Ms Smith and, once again, Ms Smith loses another job. Ms Smith must have felt that she didn't have any friends at
Robert Latimer : Morally Wrong Robert Latimer murdered his daughter who was suffering from cerebral palsy. Latimer claims that the time he killed his daughter, he was acting out of mercy . Was Robert acting out of mercy or discrimination ? Robert claims the Tracy’s disabilities had nothing to do with her death, yet Tracy’s disabilities had everything to do with her death. If Tracey did not have cerebral palsy and other disabilities would Tracy have undergone several surgeries and been in pain?
Antigone doesn’t like having her brother be dishonored with no burial, because she loves him, so she takes it upon herself to bury him. Creon is angry so he sentences her to be in the cave to die but Haemon, Creon’s son, is in love with Antigone. He goes to the cave and kills himself. Creon’s wife is overcome with sadness and kills herself, too. Creon is left alone.
When Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Hale discover the dead bird in Mrs. Wright’s box, their comprehension of the murder grows. Their eyes meet with horror. Mrs. Hale realizes that Mr. Wright was not pleased with Mrs. Wright’s bird. She explains to Mrs. Peters that “Wright wouldn’t like the bird – and that sang. She used to sing.
Mrs. Hale talks about how Minnie was not living in a happy home. She talks about how John Wright was a very hard man, and he was not very nice to Minnie. Mrs. Hale talks about how beautiful Minnie used to be and how she used to sing in the choir. Minnie also did not have any children, so this shows us just how lonely she must have been. The woman realize why Minnie killed her husband when they find the bird cage, and the dead bird in the box.
“A Good Man is Hard to Find” In O’Connor’s short story, “A Good Man is Hard to Find,” there are a couple of themes that can be pointed out. The gist of the story is how the actions of a grandmother get her and her family killed. From the events in the story I garnered that violence cause’s change. Violence is never a good thing, but in this story it serves a purpose, in terms of the grandmother. It gets her to see how hateful her prejudice is towards others; not until her family is killed is she able to make a connection with someone else and accept GOD’s grace.
Through the fact that Minnie Foster murders her husband, and the other two women in the story exonerate her by withholding critical evidence from the men, it is evident that the true power in this play lies in the women's hands. The character of Minnie Foster epitomizes the suppressed woman in her marriage to John Wright. Through the use of symbols scattered throughout her unkempt kitchen, we can see how she was not allowed to be herself her marriage, and how she eventually felt so suffocated that she was forced into a corner- in which she saw killing her husband as the only way out. One such symbol, is the dead bird found by Mrs. Peters. Before her marriage, Minnie “was kind of like a bird herself-- real sweet and pretty”, and a lovely choir singer (Glaspell 660).
The grief she suffers is what leads to her derangement, and in turn, her own death. Ophelia’s despair causes her to be distraught and even suffer from paranoia. She seems to be extremely absentminded as a result of her father (Polonius’) death, and acts oddly peculiar. She speaks of “tricks i’th’ world”, which reflects how she may be paranoid as the effect of her grief. Others are worried for her and feel as though “Her mood will needs be pitied”.