Due to his pride, jealousy and nature of over trusting people, Othello killed his innocent wife on base of his evil doubt and brought great tragedy to many people’s lives including himself. First of all, Othello and Desdemona married each other against will of Desdemona’s father. While giving his daughter to Othello, Brabantio told him that “Look to her moor, if thou hast eyes to see: She has deceived her father, and may thee”. Othello counts this quote as proof of Desdemona being a betrayer and he doesn’t trust her. But if he would have come out of his mask of jealousy and pride and had looked at his father’s advice from another view he would have realized Desdemona’... ... middle of paper ... ... burned himself in this great fire that burned down house of trust.
Convinced that Daisy loves him, he takes the blame. Gatsby’s of Daisy are too high and his expectations. His hopes and dreams are shattered, when Daisy and her husband suddenly disappears after the accident. Tom and Daisy they were careless people, they smashed up things and retreated back to their money, and let other people clean up the mess they had made (187-188). Heartbroken by his wife’s murder, George hunts down the owner of the yellow car.
Tom’s anger, Daisy’s carelessness, and Gatsby’s idea of the American Dream all contribute to his death in the end. According to Nick, Tom Buchanan is a “sturdy, straw-haired man of thirty with a rather hard mouth and a supercilious manner” (13). Tom shows careless and arrogance multiple times throughout the novel, the reason George Wilson thought it was Gatsby who killed Myrtle was because of Tom Buchanan. Tom infers to Wilson that it was Gatsby who hit his wife and killed her with the “death car” (182). When Tom is asked about the incident, he defends himself and says, “that yellow car I was driving this afternoon wasn’t mine” (187).
Most people in today`s time why she would chose her tom cat husband over a man that loves her more than life itself, however you have to remember divorce was looked down upon in the 1920`s. Although I believe Daisy loved Gatsby more than tom, she does have feelings for Tom. I know she has feeling for Tom because Daisy ran his mistress over with a car and it killed her. Although its not stated rather she meant to kill Myrtle, how can a women suspecting her man of cheating not have a clue who the women is? Daisy killing of Myrtle does show some love she
When Tom gets to know that his affair was killed, he first thought that was Gatsby who had killed her, and he misled Myrtle’s husband that Gatsby was the killer. Unfortunately, Gatsby was killed by Myrtle’s husband for being a wrong killer. In this book, a lot of judgments occur. Not only Nick judg... ... middle of paper ... ... to Gatsby, Which shows she is careless again. Tom, he is careless for having a mistress.
And her desire to stay in touch with her rich lifestyle even extends to breaking the law when necessary. When Daisy drives home with Gatsby, after she learns of Tom's affair with Myrtle, she hits Myrtle and kills her. Instead of stopping or trying to help, she drives off. Later, when asked about the accident, she lets Gatsby take the blame. The end result of this, of course, is Gatsby's death at the hands of George Wilson, who doesn't know Daisy killed his wife because she never owned up to it.
M... ... middle of paper ... ...atsby. In addition, Gatsby also takes the blame of Myrtle’s death in order to protect Daisy, which results in Gatsby’s death. Similarly, Myrtle loses both her self-respect and life because of her greediness. At first, she starts a relationship with Tom to be rich and her overconfidence that Tom loves her more than Daisy leads Tom to hit her. Further, she also tries to run away from her husband, which causes her death revealing how thoughtless she is.
Even knowing this, Tom still had the indecency to tell George it was Gatsby's car. Tom can also be morally blamed for the killing of Gatsby because of his affair with Myrtle. George killed Gatsby not only because he thought he killed Myrtle, but also because he was under the impression that Gatsby was the one having the affair with his wife. Tom knew George was thinking this and when George talked to him, Tom seized his opportunity to get off the hook for his sin and directed it to Gatsby, making himself even more morally incorrect for doing it. It is clearly justifiable to blame Tom for Gatsby's death.
Iago used the weaknesses of others to complete his horrifying mission of destroying those above him. Iago manipulates Roderigo by using him as a pawn in his game to gain power. He also manipulates Cassio by using his flaw of becoming angry when drunk against him, a secret Cassio believed he told to a trusting friend. Othello is most clearly blindsided by Iago’s plot and no longer desires to live when he realizes he has killed his truthful wife after being told a lie. These characters all shared the common fatal flaw of trust, which lead to their downfall.
The duke of Ferrara and Emily Grierson share a few qualities but they had different motives for killing their lovers and but played different roles. Emily is different from the duke in how she personally killed Homer by giving him arsenic. While the duke gave commands to have his duchess killed. They both had motives for the death of their lovers. She did it because she was afraid to lose him since the only person she loved was her father and he died.