Which is what the Chinese people viewed the ghost as Kingston explains that her aunt drowned her child with her because she knew that her child would grow up to be a pariah and wanted to spare it the shame that had killed her, made her a ghost, even before she died. She could have abandoned her child but in the village culture "mothers who love their children take them along." The protagonist also suggests that the baby was a girl because males were the preferred sex and if it was a male her aunt would have abandoned the baby for the village to take care of
You must purge the evil from among you." Macbeth has lost faith in believing that killing Duncan and Banquo it would be easier it’s not because Macduff has betrayed him. Each individual Macbeth had trust in has turned their backs on him and he kill them to hide the truth. I also believe the truth will be told when Malcolm and Macduff come back to fight Macbeth to reveal the truth. Macbeth will continue to suffer until he dies or tells the truth about each murder he’s committed to be named throne and the only individual willing to help him is, Lady Macbeth, his
Mrs Birling was the person who pushed Eva to the limit of committing suicide. The use of dramatic irony in ‘An Inspector Calls’ is used by most characters especially Mrs Birling who says to the inspector “I accept no blame for it at all…. Take some steps to find this young man and then make sure that he’s compelled to confess in public his responsibility”. The irony comes into this as she does not know that the father of the baby is Eric’s! Priestley presents all of the characters symbolising as the seven deadly sins.
When Chopin was writing this short story back then marriage was not done for the mutual love for each other and that what it this seemed to be the situation she had in the story. Marriage back t... ... middle of paper ... ...e you would go into shock and that would stress out the heart. Unfortunately, mrs.mallards heart could not handle the shock. So she had died and also that is another point of view that could be taken from that story about her death. Alnemri 4 In conclusion, I believe that she had died of joy and that is what the narrator tried to portray to the reader.
A little after, Mrs. Mallard finally sees an opportunity of freedom from her husbands death. She is crying in her bedroom, but then she starts to think of the freedom that she now has in her hands. “When she abandoned herse... ... middle of paper ... ...dition, so the doctor thought that this weakness was the reason she died.What really killed her was being put back into the role that was forced and expected of her. When her husband walked in, all of her feminine freedom vanished. Women weren’t given the same rights as men.
Not only was Beloved angry , the house grew a reputation of having an angry ghost , and crazy murderer. Slavery drove one woman to kill one life , but destroyed the support of a community , the support of family , and the self support to ones self.
Friar Laurence’s idea for Juliet is very misguiding, and for an adult, he should have considered what terrible things this decision could bring. Everyone thinks that Juliet is dead and shortly after, she is buried alive in the tomb. If Friar Laurence did not let Juliet drink the fake poison, she would have never been put in the situation that she was in, which leads her to her real death. Even after Mercutio’s death and Romeo’s banishment, Friar Laurence did not see the harmfulness of Romeo and Juliet’s marriage. Instead Friar... ... middle of paper ... ...most famous love story in Western history.