When Jim says; “it takes a certain talent… for lying” which suggests to the audience that Mother is corrupt, which also implies Miller believes America to be corrupt. In conclusion Arthur Miller makes the disintegration of the Keller family very dramatic and compelling for the audience, through the portrayed feelings of sorrow for Keller because he was trying to do what was best for his family. However, by the end of the play his family who he sought to protect eventually turned against him, driving him to suicide. Miller makes us feel least sorrowful for Mother because we blame her as she was very manipulative and emotionless when Keller committed suicide.
Furthermore, Hamlet’s misogyny continues as he disrespects his own mother, as he states, “She married—O most wicked speed! To post / With such dexterity to incestuous sheets” (1.2.156-57). Despite his uncle Claudius being half the relationship, he continues to solely blame his mother for the act. Hamlet continues to hurt others for no reason, disturbing natural order. Additionally, Hamlet murders people for no good reason.
John Wesley said “She wouldn’t stay at home for million bucks. Then June Star states “Afraid she’d miss something”. “She has to go everywhere we go” (Norton p.423)Even the children understood that the grandmother is being manipulative and uses it against her. Now let’s take a look at the first few sentences of this story to see that this story. I will then explain how this was not a simple story of chance.
She insisted they go see a plantation she had once seen and even exaggerated it to make it seem more fascinating. “ ‘There was a secret panel inside this house,’ she said craftily, not telling the truth, but wishing that she were, ‘and the story went that all the family silver was hidden in it when Sherman came through but it was never found…’ ” (Pg. 361). Consequently when they saw the three men they thought they were going to help them, but ironically the three men ended up killing them. She causes the wreck and all her family was killed because of her actions and decisions.
The Misfit is clearly a criminal, but he calls himself “The Misfit” because he “can’t make what all I done wrong fit what all I gone through in punishment” (429). The Misfit deflected responsibility from himself and refuses to bear the results of his conflicts. Furthermore, the grandmother continuously declares that she is a so called “lady” though she is clearly racist, and is the reason why her family gets murdered. The grandmother made her son that she wanted to see until she realized that it was in a different state. In addition to all of this, she begs for her life, but never asks The Misfit to spare her family.
In conclusion, the grandmother, who is extremely selfish, does not show any kind of remorse for the loss of her family. She might have known what was going to happen, considering the fact that she did not want to go to Florida in fear of possibly meeting with the escaped criminal. Since she was so hard headed she brought her family into the wrath of this murder. The story, "A Good Man is Hard to Find", makes clear the corrupt character of the grandmother. It also proves the fact that she was unconcerned with the loss of her family, making her more the true villain than ever.
She is uncomfortable and dependent on him while he continues to manipulate her. Finally, he takes her wooden leg, leaving her vulnerable and powerless. Taking an individual's independence and establishing oneself over the person aggravates the morals of modern society. These two criminals became dictators of the moment and threw away the right of respect people have; this tainted them. The control The Misfit and Pointer had over their victims is jus... ... middle of paper ... ...e realizes that the pretender and stealer of her leg believes nothing, how could she?
Continual failure in trying to merge into society fosters his feelings of being a “wretched outcast” (111). This disables the growth of his moral integrity that is essential in humans to be able to live without fear of one another. People were afraid of the creature because he looked, and soon was a horrifying anomaly. Being constantly aware of his differences makes it harder to overcome them and feel as if he is as benevolent as he thinks he is. The “bitterness of [his] heart” (112) poisons his innocence and he commits murder, which in turn makes him the individual everyone presumes him to be: a monster.
He starts a hatred against his wife and starts treating her like crap. His friend Cassio starts to become part of an attack plot from these repercussions, because Othello wants to kill him for “ch... ... middle of paper ... ... Iago corrupted them and in turn lost the match for everyone. He had won. Yet it seems with some actual reasoning from Othello, none of this should have run out of control like it did. Othello had the right idea in a lot of things in his life, but if you have tragic flaws like he did, he was doomed from the beginning.
This was an innocent family murdered by a psychopath on the prowl, adding more to his death toll. All of the quotations provide evidence showing that The Misfit is a very confused and disturbed individual. The majority of his thoughts are based on a fantasy point of view. He overlooks the reality of situations and because of these thoughts he becomes a threat to society. This fantasy life makes The Misfit stressed, angry and very agitated.