Pemberton also gets revenge on the people who cause him hurt and problems rather than letting the problems solve themselves. Galloway, who is bound to Serena, acts out so many of her and Pemberton’s revenge killings without hesitation. Ron Rash is trying to show that with life there are many different ways people show their jealousy and revenge. As with when the book tells of when Serena and Pemberton arrive in North Carolina, Serena has a tinge of jealousy when dealing with Rachel and the unborn child. Although Pemberton kills Rachel’s father, Serena still has some tension with her in the beginning.
No, each of these women had underlying psychological issues that led to them committing these unnatural, morally wrong acts. Susan was rejected by her lover, Kathleen's father had brutally murdered her mother, Caro was a victim of a failed marital relationship, whilst in Euripides play, Medea was not only rejected and a victim of a failed marital relationship but she also had her pride torn from beneath her. Revenge is one of the most primitive, brutal human impulses. When an individual feels threatened by another individual they indulge in fantasies of revenge. But its when these fantasies become reality that society suffers.
They even result in deaths of innocent people, as a result of their desire to revenge. Othello kills his wife for suspecting her of having an affair with Cassio. He also stabs Iago to death after learning that it is he who has lied to him. Othello finally kills himself from the guilt and shame that would come to him, considering his status in s... ... middle of paper ... ...rs him. When planning for revenge, a person has to know and expect it boomerang.
The point of view and internal monologue is what allows us to see Amir’s mental state. Amir’s core conflict in the novel is an internal conflict between himself and guilt. From the day he is born Amir is tainted with guilt, he admits to this guilt when he says “I always felt like Baba hated me a little. And why not? After all, I had killed his beloved wife, his beautiful princess, hadn’t I?” However his greater guilt comes from his two betrayals of Hassan: watching him get raped and framing him for stealing his birthday money to get him fired.
Greg Ousley’s case exemplifies how outside factors drove him into murdering his parents. In the article, “Greg Ousley Is Sorry for Killing His Parents. Is That Enough,” Greg seemed to be under pressure when Scott Anderson states, “if [Greg] didn’t [kill his parents] now, no one would ever believe him about anything again” (Anderson 105). Ousley mindlessly succumbed to peer pressure. He wanted to kill his parents for the sake of proving himself to his friends so that they can take him seriously.
Sweet revenge!!! Casey dumped him for Steve, although Stu claims he dumped her. Billy killed several people with admirable motives. He killed Maureen Prescott because she was having an affair with his father, which caused his mother to leave the family. Billy also killed Tatum with good reason.
Macbeth has gone far enough to kill the innocent and loses his sense of self. Macbeth indirectly is associated with the murder of Macduff’s family, the track record of the other murders leads to Macbeth. Macduff’s family being murdered shows what appears to be normal to Macbeth but the reality is, he isn’t killing for Scotland he is killing for himself. The spilling of treacherous blood gives others drive to eliminate him as he betrays those around him, as Macbeth has spilled family blood of Macduff and Malcom motives increase to spill vengeful
In the story, Strout, the man who is shot, is clearly guilty but he is also a human being and that knowledge was suppressed by Fowler to kill him. At the end of the story... ... middle of paper ... ...wler was ironic in nature. He depicts anger by avenging his son’s death but ended up with self death as a result of his own crime. Matt committed a kind of self murder by killing Strout. He is the judge, jury and the executioner which invites the readers to feel the anger and righteousness of the character.
The Monster starts to take action and starts to go crazy/ berserk and later on in the novel begins to kill Victor’s family. The Monster kills Victor’s little brother William out of jealously and confusion. The quote on page 58 states,” William is dead! That sweet child, whose smiles delighted and warmed my heart, who was so gentle, yet so gay. Victor he is murdered!” This quote shows that Victor is starting to feel repent, remorse, and guilt for the death of his brother and that he should be held responsible for his death.
Mrs. Nugent did wrong by insulting the Brady family and she did think and acted as if she was better then them but to go as far as to do this is unreasonable. Francie attempted to get revenge on the Nugent family led to punishment against him. The first was when he broke into the Nugent home and trashed the place (he even defecated on their carpet). As a result Francie got sent to a convent where was sexually abused by a priest, and his friendship with Joe began to end. The next act of revenge was when he actually killed Mrs. Nugent and as a result he got sent to “the garage” and doesn’t come out.