Another reason their relationship is dangerous is that if John Procter were to prosecute against Abigail Williams saying that she is in fact a witch, Abigail Williams could very easily tell the entire town that she and Procter have been having an affair to get revenge on him. It wouldn’t really affect her too much, but on the contrary, it would ruin his reputation in the town and his relationship with his wife. Later in Act I, Abigail is being “interrogated” by Reverend Hale and she claims “I never sold myself! I’m a good girl! I’m a proper girl!” (Miller 40) in this statement, Abigail is defending herself that she never sold herself to the devil.
When Curley's wife screamed, he didn't know how to make her stop except to do what he did, but he did not intend to kill her. Curley, of course, is also looking for a way to achieve revenge for Lennie's crushing his hand so he will definitely try to kill Lennie in the most cruel way possible. He says he will "gut shoot" him. George must save his friend by a mercy killing.
Without the feud, Juliet would be free to marry Romeo with no problem. The Capulet-Montague feud caused many problems in the lives of Romeo and Juliet. When Juliet is told by Capulet to “get thee to Church on Thursday, or never look me in the face” sparks many disagreements between the family and confusion for Juliet. Although Capulet had no idea of Romeo and Juliet’s marriage, he should have been more kind and less forcing when presenting Juliet with the offer. If this was the case, Juliet may not have felt so driven to take the potion and fake her death.
She may have felt guilty as she thought the norms would find out that she killed the man and then they would kill her. David and Petra are the ringleaders in the escape. “If we were to survive, we must keep our true self hidden…” When Petra was drowning, David and Rosalind heard her cries through their minds, which then made them fear more, as people were being suspicious as no-one else heard her. Then they had to fear Petra, as they realized her powers were much too strong for her and she was too young to fully understand it.
Well near the end Gatsby and Daisy hits the woman Gatsby has affairs with on accident then Tom tells this woman’s husband, George, That Gatsby killed her even though Daisy was the one driving. George shots Gatsby and Daisy and Tom leave. All of this is to show that Nick could have stopped this. He knew Daisy was in an abusive relationship and adding Gatsby into the mix would have made it worse. Nick could have prevented all of this madness and confusion if he just said no to Gatsby’s request.
Lady Macbeth had no responsibility in this murder. Macbeth wanted her to remain innocent and told her nothing about the murder. The death of Macduff's family was also a result of the Witches' wrongdoing. When Macbeth met with the Witches for the final time he learned to he should fear Macduff. As Macbeth became king this prophecy began to scare him.
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.
He could have respected her decision to not want to marry and she wouldn’t have had to trick everyone into believing she was dead, which would have saved Romeo’s live which would have saved hers. “A Thursday let it be a’ Thursday, tell her, She shall be married to this noble earl. Will you be ready? Do you like this haste?” “Out you green-sickness carrion, out you baggage, you tallow-face!” Romeo could be blamed for his own death and also the death of the fair lady Juliet, if he hadn’t been so addicted to loving his families’ mortal enemies’ daughter. If he had stayed in love with Rosaline then he never would have had to be defended by Mercutio in which battle Mercutio lost his life.
Friar Lawrence know they are from two different feuding families. He should have known this would cause problems. If a person agrees to marry to members of feuding families then he should think of the problems it will cause. Juliet thinks the only way to fix things between her and Romeo is to make people think she is dead, so she can run away with Romeo.
King Creon does not even have a chance to truly make Antigone understand his point before she takes matters in to her own hands and take her own life. If only Creon would have found a way to make Antigone see that his position on her brother was to prevent future bloodshed and conflicts, he might have saved the flood of suicide to come. Antigone just could not bear to understand or cooperate with such repulsive actions that she felt were done to her that she could not see the bigger pitcher which would keep the peace and her family