In this quote, Rose is trying to convince Ginny that they cannot show mercy to their father because of the way he treated them when they were teenagers. Rose reminded Ginny of how Larry took advantage of them sexually and the other wrong doings. Additionally, what Rose also mentions is that the sexual acts were a direct effect of the fact that the mother died. With Larry being lonely and no one to satisfy his needs, he took advantage of Ginny. When Rose said this to Ginny, Ginny could not remember properly if it really happened because it was a painful part of her life so she had bottled the memories away.
She states in the movie “He keeps me on a leash so tight I can’t breath.” Double Indemnity (1944) She consults an insurance agent to plan her husband’s death in order to receive her indemnity. The insurance agent motivation and action made him give in by using very personal feelings of guilt and corruption. Women in those days were expected to listen to their husband with no question. At the end, she was succesful into leading the insurance agent to help her kill her husband. At the time, few actresses agreed to play evil women, but Stanwyck took risks and made of Phyllis the perfect
She is even angrier because she betrayed her own father and her people for him. She even bears the burden of having Pelias killed by his daughters for Jason. She decides to take revenge out on Jason's bride and poisons her. She also doesn't want Jason to take the children from her. She decides to kill them, but agonizes over this decision before killing them.
In the play "Medea", Medea faces the harsh reality of infidelity. Her husband Jason has left her for a princess. Medea, like any normal woman today would want revenge. The difference between them is that the normal woman would not commit the crime, while in fact Medea does. After what feels like an eternity of planning and vowing revenge she devises a plan to murder the woman who has stolen her husband as well as her husband and their two children.
As Macbeth shrives to success guilt overcome’s Macbeth where he can no longer think straight. Initially Macbeth planned was to kill Duncan but it wasn’t enough he also had to kill Banquo and Macduff’s family. On the other hand Lady Macbeth had to call upon the weird sister to unsexed her so she had no true feeling towards anything as if she was a man. However, the true guilt of the murder can fall on either Lady Macbeth or Macbeth. Perhaps one of the strongest obvious evidence that show guilt, is how it affects lady Macbeth, how she couldn’t handle it any longer, and that was the reason of her death.
But deciding to go against Marcus and to help Evelyn’s plan succeed, means destroying an entire faction and killing more people. “How strange that something so simple could have been instrumental in my decision to ruin one of my most important relationships and friendships, and damage another” (Roth 155). Tris ultimately decides against Evelyn and Tobias is not happy with her. Not only does Tris have endless amounts of guilt swimming through her head, she has to decide the fate of her city. Actress Shailene Woodley, who plays Tris in the Divergent Trilogy movies, shared in an interview with Los Angeles Times, “it was fun to explore this Tris because she was going through so much more of an internal emotional battle than in the first movie.
Her father was abusive to both his wife and Patricia, so in the best interest of protecting her child, Patti (Patricia’s Mom) left her husband, and filed for a divorce. After the parents divorced, Patricia’s parents went to court, and both tried to fight for custody of their daughter. In the end, it was up to Patti, who was only in the 1st grade, to decide who she wanted to live with. Being torn apart she made the decision to go with her mom, but later regretted it. Her mother had many relationships, but went through the same process as her last marriage.
She is at first alone with a letter from Macbeth, telling her of his encounter with the Wayward Sisters, and how the first prophecy (that he would become Thane of Cawdor, 1.3 109) has come true. It is here we first see the transformation of Lady Macbeth. She instantly thinks of murder as the way for him to become king (“seize the quickest way, 1.5), despite the fact that the murder of a king would be considered a crime against God back in Shakespeare’s time. Most would not consider it. So here begins the transformation.
Clare and Zoe saw a guy on her grandmother’s land which freaked her out so she fired the gun in the air, but it turned out that she had just killed Miss Mattie’s bull. By Clare taking the gun, she was trying to prove that she could be like her boy cousins and that she can perform and act the same way the male population can. During Clare’s first years of her life, she had always been denied to partake in certain actions and situations unless it was a female gender norm. She knew she was being objectified by society, her parents and family because she was a woman which made her want to prove to herself and them as a whole that... ... middle of paper ... ...She fired the gun because she felt as though she was at harm and risk with the man being that close to her and Zoe. Additionally, what right did he have to be on her grandmother’s property; the protection mode kicked in.
Lady Macbeth is the force behind Macbeth’s sudden ambition and she tries to manipulate him into feeling guilty and unmanly for not following through with the murder, by using her husbands emotions, she manages to convince Macbeth to murder Duncan. After the death of King Duncan, Macbeth becomes the more controlling one, and Lady Macbeth’s guilt eventually becomes too much for her to handle which leads to her death. Lady Macbeth is in fact the one that performs the preparations for the murder of King Duncan, but still shows some signs of humanity by not committing the murder herself because he resembles "My father as he slept". After the murder has been committed, she also shows signs of being a strong person because she calms Macbeth down in order to keep him from going insane.