However Candy later regrets letting Carlson shoot his dog for him as he says ….. “I shouldn’t ought to of let no stranger shoot my dog”- The shooting of the dog foreshadows the death of lennie. Candy’s final comment about the dog truly influences George’s decision to kill Lennie. Later George will shoot Lennie to spare him from the unbridled violence of candy. For both, death is to be seen as a merciful release.
His swift action is also seen as an admirable trait as he sends Creon off to the Delphic oracle to find out the cause of the plague immediately. As a result the audience are automatically inclined to grow a liking towards Oedipus, as he shows the quality of a pious/dutiful man. However Oedipus’ strengths, unwillingly becomes his weaknesses when his hamartia becomes evident; his lack of information about his identity. Oedipus’ intelligence and assertiveness holds no match against the paramount nature of fate. His insults of Tiresias’ and his blindness, accusation of both Creon and Tiresias plotting against him, and the vicious handling of the old shepherd to extort information from him show his complete frustration in his determination to find the truth.
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.
The women noticed that trifle, but the men were too busy looking at the dead body and making inferences about how Mr. Wright was killed that they overlooked the similar knotting of the quilt and of the rope around Mr. Wright's neck. At this point the women realize that Mrs. Wright has killed her husband, but do not want to break their alliance and turn her in. Both Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Wright could not believe what they have discovered. The two women have hidden the evidence to protect Mrs. Wright because they imagine themselves in her place and understood the hard life of Minnie Foster. Also the men who were trying to solve the case thought they were superior to women - in general men of that time, where women were not heard and had no rights (to vote, to buy a house, to get
Mercutio responsibilities Romeo for Tybalt killing him ‘I was hurt under your arm’ Romeo feels guilty about Mercutio’s death even though the audience know it is not his fault. Romeo shouts to Tybalt ‘fire-eyed fury be my conduct now’ in Mercutio’s absence Romeo says things that the audience would expect Mercutio to say. The Romeo who duels with Tybalt is the Romeo who Mercutio would call the “true” Romeo. The Romeo who sought to avoid confrontation out of concern for his wife is the person Juliet would recognize as her loving Romeo. Conclusion Romeo and Mercutio’s friendship is very unique and no other characters in the play have such an intense friendship.
The influence of others helped him to do this and we see how he was redeemed. Both of these novels help the reader to understand the idea of redemption. We learn that it is never too late to change your lifestyle or attitude and that you must realise when you have acted negatively. You can then learn from these mistakes and redeem
PERIOD 3 – KALEIDOSCOPE Melissa & Brittany Rodwell’s suicide • Rodwell is assigned with men whose morals and consciences have been broken by war • “he found them slaughtering rats and mice–burning them alive in their cooking fires” • “they’d forced him to watch the killing of a cat” • Rodwell wasn’t able to change his morals and character, war didn’t break him/ change his beliefs • Rodwell wasn’t content being passive while watching others (the animals) suffer, watching the men torture them • animal rights? • war affects everyone • his letter to his daughter urges her not to despair, but to have faith in life • killing of animals represent savageness in human, the innate evil
Through Jordan, Nick later learns more about his mysterious neighbor. As Nick admires Gatsby throughout the novel, it gives him heads up for future reference. As to all the lies and betrayal he was surrounded by, he sees the way Gatsby deals with the situation and gives him his name “the great Gatsby” because of that. The admiration he gets from Gatsby shows his respect for Gatsby and how he looks up to him. Nick reflects that just as Gatsby’s dream of Daisy was corrupted by money and dishonesty, the American dream of happiness and individualism has disintegrated into the mere pursuit of wealth.
This is a prime depiction of how Macbeth is already uneasy in life and that he will turn to crime to solve a minor problem. If it is this easy then he will continue to do so and commence a vicious cycle of lying, having remorse and killing more individuals. Conversely, as time went on Macbeth thought less about the emotional well-being of his victims and began to focus more on what he was gaining. He was a very proud king. Although it was for very wrong reasons, he still displayed immense
The creature’s impressive talking skills moved Victor’s heart and caused him to reconsider the circumstances. Even later on, Victor complies to create a new companion after becoming convinced through the creature’s threats and reasoning. Nevertheless, the power of the deformed overwhelms any condolence