Throughout the rest of the introduction, we are introduced to the rest of the important characters. The first plot point, as expected, takes place when Bruno murders the protagonist's wife. After doing so, he expects the protagonist to do his part of the plan, who refuses Bruno's offer because they never had planned it. The protagonist's identity is threatened because he's accused of a crime which he never committed. We could also see the presence of oedipus complex: Bruno's hatred towards his father since his childhood.
It expresses the theme of what the burden of one’s own guilty conscience can lead that person to perform. Upon arriving on the island, they are greeted by Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers who were hired as the butler and housekeeper. That evening after dinner they hear a recorded voice accusing each of them of a specific murder committed in the past and never uncovered. Talking about the accusations, they realize none of them actually have ever met or know “Mr. U.N. Owen.” As they ponder this mysterious matter, Tony Marston chokes on poisoned whiskey and dies.
The traditional Hollywood film would have a beginning, middle and an end but in Psycho the audience can't follow the film because Hitchcock broke all the traditional film making rules. If you start with the leading lady you end with the leading lady but he doesn't. Instead ... ... middle of paper ... ...e importance of these two murders relies on what we think and not what we see. In the end the truth is revealed. Bates acts as his mother due to the fact that he killed her and her lover and committed both murders without any motives just his love of mother to blame.
The first act of revenge the creature encountered is the death of Victor’s brother, William. One evening Victor received a letter saying that his brother, William, has been murdered. This period was a devastating time for the Frankenstein family, but they were also suspicious as to who would have committed this crime? One night after William’s death, Victor ran into his creation, which leads him to believe that he was the murderer. In fact, he was and the reader later knows this when the creature says, “[I]grasped his throat to silence him, and in a moment, he lay dead at my feet” (Shelley, 102) making William his first victim.
The questions of location of the crimes, and of manner of the crimes can be theorized that Backus was very learned in crime scene investigation and he was making the incident look like a suicide, while still sexually and emotionally gratifying himself with each of the victims. All the while covering his back with Gladden as his scapegoat. A very smart and controlled man covered a very disturbed individual’s fantasies to the point when he couldn’t not act on them.
Montresor made an audacious decision in Edgar Allan Poe’s story, “The Cask of Amontillado” to commit a murder encased with envy. In the story, Montresor reminisces to his audience (fifty years after the felony), bragging about how he got away with this crime. Throughout the story, readers learn more about Montresor’s past; that he has been affronted by Fortunato about the squander of his family’s wealth. Montresor feeling a lack of virility; resorted to murder to feel influential again, without hesitation to his deed. His actions and choice of words throughout the story accede to the proof that Montresor’s jealousy of the aristocracy ultimately leads to him committing murder.
Chronicle of a Death Foretold In Chronicle of a Death Foretold, the narrator tells us that two people were responsible for the death of Santiago Nasar, however the narrator is wrong. Ignorance killed Santiago Nasar. There are three specific townsfolk responsible for the murder; Leandro Pornoy, Divina Flor, and Colonel Lazaro Aponte. Each of these three people had an equal opportunity to stop the murder; however each person’s ignorance caused them to fail in their duty as a fellow citizen. It was their duty after they heard of the Vicario brothers’ plot to kill Santiago Nasar to do whatever was necessary to stop the murder; however none of them took enough initiative to prevent the murder from happening.
That’s the mistake he made when he decided to do what his wife said and kill the King. That’s why he is now guilty for first degree murder which is a death that was made being pla... ... middle of paper ... ... lost conscience. Soon deteriorated to nothing, and his killings are numerous. We know that at the beginning he saw three witches but we do not know if that could be Macbeth hallucinating, that he has been seeing things since then because he was that ambitious of a man. We may not know if it was real therefore I will name Macbeth charged for First degree murder because Macbeth's change from human to killer is his own doing.
“Think of the chilling effect the murder of a witness has to other potential witnesses to others wanting to come forward,” Davis said.... ... middle of paper ... ...t if the target is attractive enough. This is related to the Routine Activity Theory of sociology. Booth had already committed crimes and missed the first years of his daughter’s life because of being in prison. When he believed that he could potentially go back to prison and miss the first years of his son’s life, he came to the conclusion that it would be more beneficial for him to kill her, so as to not receive more time in prison. It is also possible that he took into account the fact that she was a drug addict, and likely would not be missed.
Both of these are the most substantive alterations because they change Minnie's role in the story from that of murderer to the executioner in the midnight assassin case. At the closing of "A Jury of Her Peers," Minnie Foster Wright is exonerated. Although Minnie Foster does indeed cause her husband's death, she was not responsible for it, rather than being innocent, she was justified. Whereas the men thought that slipping a rope around her husband neck was a funn... ... middle of paper ... ...n to a rope to make it not that horrific. Glaspell really captured the audience attention because by changing some of the information from the original Hossack case, she made it us believe one thing and come to find out it’s a little different from what we believed it to be.