Thomas Machi Hamlet Essay- Topic #2 Insanity In Hamlet is a key theme. Hamlet is actually insane and lost his mind, and it is represented when Claudius marries his mother, when Hamlet kills Polonius, and the death of his mother. Those are the many reasons that represent Hamlets’ insanity. When Claudius marries his mother was the first reason why Hamlet started to loss his mind. Hamlet becomes really depressed and angry when he hears about the marriage and how it happened so shortly after his father’s death.
Love doesn't always have a happy ending. In the play of Romeo and Juliet, the couple are brought to their untimely death. There are many factors to blame for these wretched suicides; the fate that destined unfavourable things to happen, the Priest and the Nurse that encouraged and abetted them and then betrayed them, the conflict between the two families that labelled their love as forbidden, and of course Romeo and Juliet who rebelled against the wishes of their family . Fate is the first major contributor in Romeo and Juliet's passing. In the prologue the story is briefly critiqued, describing Romeo and Juliet as star crossed lovers.
The main causes of Romeo and Juliet’s death are the friar, their own emotions, and their feuding families. Friar Laurence and his lack of communication play a large role in the suicide of Romeo and Juliet. The friar told the messenger that couldn’t send the letter that, “The letter was not nice, but full of charge / Of dear import; and the neglecting it / may do much danger” (5.2.18-20). The friar was too slow in sending the letter of his plan to Romeo, who
Macbeth seeing Banquos ghost is not his fear but his guilt over killing his best friend. With Lady Macbeths’ case she makes the crucial mistake of worrying about the future ultimately this causes her to go insane because she keeps thinking that she will be caught. However that is not the reason for her insanity, she was consumed by the guilt of forcing Macbeth to kill Duncan, she could no longer live with herself so she committed suicide to put an end to her misery. In modern society both of the misfortunes of Lady Macbeth and Macbeth can happen to anyone, why do human beings do anything to become successful even if it requires them to push others under the bus. Guilt is the number one reason for depression in America and the second highest reason that causes people to commit suicide in todays society.
Andrea Kovacic Mrs.Hiripitiyage English 1 3rd Hour Romeo & Juliet In Romeo & Juliet, by William Shakespeare, a pair of star-crossed lovers turn their love for each other into a tragedy. Usually when people rush into love there is not a very good outcome. Also by keeping their love a secret, Romeo and Juliet did not think of their consequences, which then led to their deaths. Romeo & Juliet’s deaths were caused by the Capulets, Romeo, and Friar Lawrence. One of the main reasons as to why Romeo and Juliet died was the feud between the two families, the Capulets and the Montegues.
Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet is one of William Shakespeare’s most famous plays. This is probably because at the time that it was written it had themes of forbidden love a theme that was never touched upon before Shakespeare. The story is about two young people who are from feuding families who at one families masquerade ball fall in love at first sight, and even when one parent tells Juliet to marry someone else she refuses and would rather be disowned than marry some one else. To be able to be with Romeo she takes a poison that would make her appear dead. When Romeo hears of her ‘death’ he is so distraught and depressed that he kills himself at the side of her death bed.
Theres Rose Mary, thats for remembering. Please remember, love.” (Act lV, Scene V). Ophelia says. She is trying to show Laertes speaking up for herself in a way how crazy she has gotten from her fathers death, that even if she's crazy she will still speak up and show why she is mad. Then Laertes says, in “Sadness and torment, suffering, hell itself—she makes them almost pretty.” (Act lV, Scene V).
The poem is written from the point of view of the betrayed sister, left alone without her loved one. So we are told of her anger and rollo-coaster of emotions as she comes to terms with the devastation her sister has caused. The speaker states that even if she ‘had not been born at all He’d never have looked at’ Maude, hinting that it was Maude’s jealously which lead her to snitch on her sister. The first stanza shows a lot of outrage that the speaker feels towards Maude. It is opened with a rhetorical question, ‘Who told my mother of my shame, who told my father of my dear?’ This shows that the poem is a direct curse towards her sister Maude and has an intended audience.
Why, it looks as if she didn’t know what she was about!” she was disoriented about something that was going on in her head. Mrs. Hale says “if there’d been years and years of nothing, then a bird to sing to you it would be awful--still, after the bird was still” she realizes that life would practically be unbearable after the death of the bird, which can evoke irrational thought. It is only rational to see that her irrational thought lead to the murder of Mr. Wright “a hard man…like a raw wind that gets to the bone”. After years of torment and neglect is it unreasonable for Mrs. Wright to try and fight back for her life? Maybe it wasn’t her physical life but Mr. Wright killed her spirit.
When he criticized his daughter wrongly, he learns later on in the story about how senseless he was to judge his daughter blindly for the reason that he couldn't see her true identity. He rejects Cordelia in the beginning and then learns from this mistake after she dies, realizing her worth after she is killed. Lear hated Cordelia because he was hurt by her words, but at the end, he thinks her death is the worst possible thing that could have ever occurred. In the play King Lear by William Shakespeare, Lear learns from making some serious mistakes in how to become a insightful human being, which propels him to have a greater understanding of others. His suffering makes him understand what man really feels