Because, there is always one thing that Putnam will never be able to control, he will never be satisfied. Putnam is not well-liked in the town of Salem because he does not care much for others, so they do not care about him. By accusing many of practicing witchcraft he creates more enemies, than he had previously. Putnam’s power hunger helps explain why he wants Reverend Parris to declare witchcraft on the town of Salem. If the entire town knows that witchcraft is present, it provides Putnam with an easier chance to create more wealth and power.
They don't matter because they are stupid." But what if someone had the power to allow them to be of normal intelligence? He or she might think that he or she is doing the clone a favor, but when the clone is killed for spare parts it's an even worse situation than with a retarded clone. Not for this "bandido" (Farmer 37). El Patron is a cruel, selfish, heartless man who clawed his way to power in his youth and rules people with fear, though he is powerful, he is always nagged by the fact that he may lose everything.
After the witches vanished Banquo helped convince Macbeth that he will be king. The witches mislead Macbeth and took advantage... ... middle of paper ... ...me king he did not have the desire and could not achieve this goal without others because he is simple minded. Therefore ambition is not Macbeth’s major flaw because he cannot think for himself and he had to be controlled to gain the achievement of being king. In conclusion Macbeth had many flaws the caused his downfall. His gullibility and naive nature was the main reason he was defeated by Macduff at the end of the play.
There is no win-win situation. According to Becker, ideals are not always attainable and this could be seen as true through this lens. The comical thing is that Maher does not bring this issue up. He does not want to give off the impression that maybe God did rightly in allowing people to do bad things. It is comical because he himself does not allow people their free will when he constantly tells them how stupid they are for believing in God.
Holden is very different when it comes to these expectations and he wants nothing to do with all this. He just wants to know how to deal with adulthood and no one is prepared to listen to him, other than children since they are real they listen to Holden and he can understand the kids. Kids are real to Holden so they will say what they think and not pretend. “Then the carousel started, and I watched her go round and round...All the kids tried to grap for the gold ring, and so was old Phoebe, and I was sort of afraid she's fall off the goddam horse, but I didn't say or do anything. The thing with kids is, if they want to grab for the gold ring, you have to let them do it, and not say anything.
The town doesn’t even realize what they’re doing is wrong and cruel – they just follow orders because they’ve always had a lottery and they can’t imagine life without one. “‘Some places have already quit lotteries.’ Mr. Adams said. ‘Nothing but trouble in that,’ Old Man Warner said stoutly. ‘Pack of young fools’” (Jackson 4). Although other towns are quitting the lotteries because they realize they’re wrong and unjust, this village refuses to stray from tradition.
Candy so desperately wants his dream to come true so he is willing to invest his saving on the land that George picked out so that he can finally have his dream come true. But after George kills Lennie not only is Georges dream shattered but so is Candys ,and part of him still wishes that he and George still would've bought the land. In Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck portrays dreams as being unattainable. Most of the characters in the book want to have something of their own to be happy but most of their dreams are never fulfilled because of different factors. Even Crooks the stable buck knew that dreams are never really attainable.
The audience was waiting for Ross to tell his cousin, which he does not end up doing. This relates to the theme because if Ross had told his cousin about the murderers, she would not have been assassinated. As said by Christopher Pike, “Nothing is as it seems. Black can appear white when the light is blinding but white loses all luster at the faintest sign of darkness.”Deception causes the loss of power, nothing is as it seems between the characters. Firstly the witches deceive Macbeth into believing their prophecies which drives Macbeth to be perfidious.
Jude was very confident about saving the queen but the royals were not, they were worried that Cyrus would be too much for Jude to handle. They told Jude he had to prove to them that he was capable of saving the Queen. They sent Jude off to the forest without Penny to see how much he could really do. While Jude was in the forest, they sent a huge monster there with him. As they were battling, the royals were watching along with the rest of Great Britain to s... ... middle of paper ... ...to know was that a stab in the shoulder would not be enough to kill Jude.
Once Jim sees that Miss Foley’s life will be miserable because no one knows who she is, he then decides not to ride the carousel because he is fine the way he is now. The carousel is a symbol showing self acceptance. There is only one way to defeat evil, and that is by accepting oneself. First, Charles Halloway realizes that his life is fine the way it is and he defeats the carnival by using his knowledge of knowing that self acceptance defeats evil. Next, the mirror maze lets people see what they want in themselves.