She makes Macbeth murder Duncan because he looks too much like her father when he sleeps. Macbeth stabs King Duncan while he is sleeping but he leaves the dagger in the room. Therefore Lady Macbeth has to go retrieve it because Macbeth is too traumatized to return. After the murder, Macbeth is very skittish about people finding out if it was him. Out of rage he kills the guards; this is the first murder Macbeth commits without consulting Lady Macbeth.
She drank it that night because the next morning was her arranged wedding with Paris in which she didn 't want to go to. The nurse walks into her room and she realizes she is dead. The whole Capulet household saddens on her suicide. Friar Laurence comes and tells the Capulets to put her into the vault as soon as possible. Friar John was suppose to give Romeo the letter which told him the plan Friar Laurence and Juliet came up with.
A frame tale is a narrative structure containing a series of related tales within the larger story. In the “Prologue” of The Thousand and One Nights, King Shahrayar witnessed his wife unfaithful, by having intercourse with another man. Because of this tragedy, the king decides to put his wife to death and marry a new woman each day so he will never have to deal with the pain or treachery caused by women. As the tale goes on, the Vizier, the king’s assistant, finds a new woman for the king to sleep with each night and then sends her off to her demise. Until one day the Vizier’s daughter, Shahrazad decides that she wants to put an end to the kings antics.
Phaedra commits suicide and leaves a note saying that Hippolytus raped her and out of shame she killed herself. When Hippolytus’s father comes back and sees his dead wife and read her suicide note, which says, “Hippolytus has dared to rape my wife. He had dishonored God’s holy sunlight.” Hippolytus immediately tells his father he did no such thing, but his father still after banishes him from the kingdom. But instead his father’s curses causing Poseidon to make his horses kill him by dragging him. Artemis eventually tells Theseus what really happened.
When he finally sleeps, his wife dresses and goes to sneak away. He follows his wife as she sneaks away to her lovers dwelling late in the night. Upon seeing his wife having intercourse with another man he fills with rage and attempts to kill her lover, but only paralyzes him. The next morning she comes to the king lying saying all of her family has passed, she had cut her hair and was dressed in a mourning dress. The king allows his wife to do as she pleases even though he knows she is lying.
Marriage, it can be a blessing or a curse. In Susan Glaspell's Play Trifles, Mr.Wright is found dead in his house and his wife is going to jail for murder, but two women in the play find out what has really happened secretly while their husbands have no idea what had actually happened. Most readers would agree that Mrs. Wright murdered her husband just because he murdered her bird. Although she really murdered him because he neglected to pay attention to her which led her to feel isolated, emotional abuse which has led her to feel depressed, and finally he killed her only last chance at hope, the bird. This is important because it shows how Mr. Wright treated his wife which he is supposed to love, very terribly which led her to kill him.
As he recounted what had happened, the messenger said, “And then she groaned and cursed the bed in which she brought forth husband by her husband, children by her own child, and infamous double bond” (Sophocles 20). She abandoned her newborn child, expecting him to die, and when he didn’t, that child grew up to be the killer of her husband. Unknowingly, she wed her husband’s murderer and son, the deadliest of all sins in Greek society. In How to Get Away with Murder, Wes experienced tremendous guilt as well as feelings of confliction as he had to wake up each day knowing the terrible thing he had done. Jocasta too had to live with the many sins she had committed, and that punishment was far more cruel than what she deserved.
She was romantically involved with Hamlet, and couldn’t handle the fact that her boyfriend murdered her father. This destroyed Ophelia’s character and led to her suicide. Polonius’ son Laertes, had now lost his entire family and wanted to get revenge by assassinating Hamlet. Laertes was having a meeting with Claudius and they were planning the details of how to kill Hamlet.
The “monster” curses Frakenstein assuring revenge on his wedding night. Later another of his friends turns up dead. Victor still made plans to marry Elizabeth with whom he was raised. On their wedding night she is strangled by the monster. He follows the monster pledging to destroy it.
Besides the fact that all the main characters in both stories die, its how they die thats interesting. Because Goneril wants to get Edmund, she poisons her sister Regan. Hamlets uncle wants to poison Hamlet, but by mistake he poisoned his wife, Hamlets mother. Hamlet by mistake kills his uncle servant Polonius. Because of the death of her father Ophelia (Polonius daughter) goes insane and later kills herself.