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And let me die, if I must, or be driven by him in shame from the land of Thebes. It is your unhappiness, and not his talk, that touches me" (Sophocles). Oedipus understands that what he has done was terrible, and he feels that his life as well, ought to be taken, which in the long run drives him to tear his eyes out. The way he encounters divine punishment is how he feels he will be punished if he does not commit the two immoral deeds. Then again, he is still punished when he slaughters his father and marries his mother since it is such an unethical, incomprehensible act.
“A phobia is a type of anxiety disorder that causes an individual to experience extreme, irrational fear about a situation, living creature, place, or object.” People who have a phobia intentionally avoid what they consider to be dangerous or fearful. They may experience a deep sense of dread or panic when they encounter their source of
Murad is a warrior, but unlike the other warriors, what motivates him is completely different. What drives Hajid Murad is revenge. He has always had a certain amount of hatred towards the Imam, the leader of the Chechens. He hated the Imam, whose name was Shamil, because he was the right-hand man of the man who killed his mother and brothers. Shamil also kept Hajid Murad's wives and son captive, and for this reason, Hajid Murad wanted to get revenge.
After meeting a ghost that claimed to be his father, Hamlet is instructed by the ghost to commit vengeance on his uncle. Hamlet is furious about the cases regarding: murder, incest, betrayal, and deceitfulness, that he is quick to follow through with his orders. Revenge is a dominant theme portrayed throughout Hamlet, influencing the trust between characters, resulting in downfalls and deaths. The tragedy Hamlet revolves around three major families. Each one of the eldest sons in the family had one thing in common, they wanted revenge for a slaughtered father.
He seems to say that his soul is made of hatred and goes on to say he must give Fortunato the utmost punishment: death. Montresor even shows traits of revenge when he says, “…but when [Fortunato] ventured upon insult, I vowed revenge.” and “...I would be avenged…” (Poe). He is saying that he will get revenge on Fortunato, whom he is angry with and hates for being insulted by. The main reasons for Montresor’s traits are his family arms and family motto. He mentions his family arms as, “[a] huge human foot d’or, in a field of azure; the foot crushes a serpent rampant whose fangs are imbedded in the heel” (Poe).
Jim's father describes his own father's treatment of him as like a "bloody animal" when he was "put to the plough" at his youth. The word "animal" alludes to his father's violent anger at the treatment he received at "ten years old". He treats Jim him poorly and often resorts to physical injury as a means of passing on his attitude that his lifestyle is what Jim should aspire to. His father, with his bitter outlook and defeatist attitude, shows Jim what he does not want to become... ... middle of paper ... ... his father, seen thorough Imogen?s eyes: ?glaring at her?balefully?with?deep hatred for everything he saw?? Imogen, like Jim, is struck with an understanding that there is always an element of mystery in a person?s character.
Dogs are often depicted in a violent way, which shows that Antony would like to take revenge in a similar violent manner as well. He uses words such as "havoc and "hell". This causes the speech to be dramatic and harsh which demonstrates his rage for revenge. Due to the theme of revenge, he desires to avenge Caesar's death, and this leads to the murder of the conspirators. Revenge is also apparent when Antony organizes an army to defeat the conspirators and brings them to justice.
Fear is normally present in a number of forms which are fear of the specifics, and normal fear which is always rampant in an individual’s life. The fear of the specifics can be said as being the fear of “the other”. “The other” is an instance held up to an individual, the qualities of which one perceives either incorrectly or correctly in specific individuals. An individual’s subconscious respect of a character which one believes they don’t possess leads to the fear of the specific individual that is believed possesses that character, and who one believes they cannot integrate through acquaintanceship, love, or friendship. Alternatively, the individual’s fear of the “the other” is their perception of the specific individual as corrupted, meaning the person who does not seem to possess the qualities of the example preserved by you.
The gun had exploded and a piece of iron had pierced the boy’s heart” (124). From the passage, the author evokes a sense of hatred toward the boy. Since he was worshiping his father’s farewell of death, Okonkwo thought it as a weakness, as he hated his father. Finally, Okonkwo was deeply disturbed after the head messenger had said, “we must root out this evil. And if our brothers take the side we must root them out too” (204).