One part in the novel that displays this is when the monster speaks its true feeling towards victor and talks about how “unfeeling [and] heartless” he was for “[casting] [it] abroad” after giving “It” “perceptions” that the world was a “[passionate]” and understanding place (pg 229). Because of this, the monster went in the world thinking that “it” would be accepted. When he failed to connect to the humans, he automatically blamed Victor for his perils. Like when a parent helps a child with their homework but it ends up being wrong, the child then blames the parent for it. Another example is when the creature murders Victor’s younger brother William.
Especially seeing as his relationship with Beatrice was becomin... ... middle of paper ... ...ting his name. He says to Marco ‘Now gimme my name!’ Eddie believes that Marco has taken his name. Eddie shouts out to the crowd ‘Maybe he came to apologise to me’. Eddie tries to make the crowd think that it is Marco, who has done wrong by taking Eddie’s name, Marco has damaged Eddie’s pride and Eddie believes he should pay for this. The biggest factor that drives the tragedy is definitely Eddie’s narrowed view of what it means to be a mean.
Manliness, Hostility and Aggression are obvious themes though out the play and they are all very closely linked. Because of Eddies views on manliness he is Hostile towards Roldolfo from as soon as he meets him. This then leads to aggression between Marco and Eddie, which ends in Eddie having his life taken from him all because of his shallow views and poor education.
Long story short, Cassio has stirred up a brawl to which in the long run costs him his new status as lieutenant. After all of this goes down Iago, trying to seem like the concerning friend, convinces Cassio to speak with Desdemona, Othello’s new bride, about the situation. Luckily, so Cassio thinks, Desdemona does such and tries to talk with Othello to have his dear friend reinstated. It is possible for people to make mistake. Once again Iago uses Cassio’s ignorance against him.
(5.2.16). This tells us that the failure of the letter not reaching Romeo is a mistake as people are anxious about the infection, which they may catch. In the play Friar John has a very small role, but nevertheless must take a part of the blame. The Prince has to be fair and look at both sides of the arguments, which take place between the two families this is his job. When the fight between Mercutio, Tybalt and Romeo breaks out he tells both sides of the families, Immediately we do exile him hence (3.1.187) With Romeo banished for killing Tybalt, this splits the two lovers up.
From early on in the play, Iago’s aggravation was obvious although Othello was oblivious due to his anger towards Desdemona. Othello is a skilled soldier and a leader but throughout the play, his character corrupts due to the overpowering emotions of anger and betrayal... ... middle of paper ... ...e dark” (1). The fire that is building in Emilia’s heart is anger. Her anger is reaching a climax where she forces herself to be open about Iago’s lies. Desdemona’s death triggered Emilia to defend for herself and Desdemona as she stood up for herself, as it brought her out the dark.
Iago plans to tell Desdemona’s father about Othello and her sleeping together and being married. In Act two Iago shows that he has no respect for women. What he is doing isn’t going to phase him if he has no respect. Iago is a liar. He does admit that he may have over exadurated things about Cassio
Miller cleverly shows this to bewilder the audience. Eddie the once calm and over-protective man is now showing aggression against his beloved Catherine, his insanity is truly revealed. The end of the play is not expected. Eddie runs at Marco with a knife and out of self-defence Marco stabs Eddie. Eddie dies on the spot.
His arrogance is also shown through his asides to the audience. It is strange that after Stratocles’ rant and his basic belitting of his teacher of many years, Eubulus expresses great warmth toward Stratocles and begs Stratocles fervently to stay and not go to war, through a plausible and convincing argument. From here, the play takes on a much more humorous tone as the characters of (nae the two solders that had desserted). It appears that Pontanus intended for these characters to function to convinve Stratocles and his cousin Plemius, not to go off to war as they detail the horrible atrocities of te battlefield and army life. The desserters’ accounts are similar to the diescription of Eubulus but, being an eyewitness account, it is more grisly and seems to strike a chord with Stratocles and Polemius who change their minds and go back to their homeland.
It wasn't until the US domination of the island economically that the numbers of migration to the US started to grow. The Unites States found it necessary to implement a capitalistic way of life, which in turn brought about the problem of overpopulation. A way for the US to handle this situation was to ship many Puerto Ricans to the United States. Once they reached the mainland the Puerto Ricans were in need of work and willing to work for low wages. Puerto Ricans had absolutely no say in what their salary would be.