In life there is jealousy and revenge with in all people. In the book Serena by Ron Rash many underlying conflicts are addressed but jealousy and what a person will do to overcome that jealousy prevails as in life. Throughout the book Ron Rash leads the reader down a windy path of what Serena will do in order to gain the power and to get back at the people who cost her the most. She uses death and many other vengeful techniques to scare away and hurt the people who have caused her the most problems. Pemberton also gets revenge on the people who cause him hurt and problems rather than letting the problems solve themselves.
The characters in the tragedy masterpiece exhibit the human flaw of revenge in severally. They go at each other, revenging and avenging things they deem to have been wrongfully done against them. Othello, the main character of the book goes out to avenge the actions of infidelity that he has heard his wife has committed. Iago also seeks revenge severally in the story and the end result of both of these characters is death. They even result in deaths of innocent people, as a result of their desire to revenge.
Being a criminal profiler is a tough job but with hard work and dedication it is a great career choice. A criminal profiler gives a description of what they think the suspect looks like and acts like. They do this by examining the scenes of where the victims were murdered and looking for clues on why the suspect did it, how they did it, what kinds of victims are being targeted, and why they chose a certain location. They find all this out by using evidence from the nature and surroundings of the crime scene (Wachtel). By doing all of this they may be able to find a motive on why the suspect did this.
6th ed. Burlington, MA:Anderson Publishing 2. Explain von Hentig’s victim typology Hans von Hentig was a criminologist who wanted to find the “key ingredient” as to what made a victim of crime a victim (Doerner & Lab, 2012). He believed that the victim contributed perhaps not actively but to some degree to becoming a victim of a crime. In this determination he created a typology, a list of characteristics from social context to biological and psychological factors that would predispose a person to becoming a victim of crime.
In conclusion, Cristian Loga-Negru killed his wife out of anger. His aggressiveness was probably a result of the frustration he felt when she left him, the psychological pain he may have felt or the high levels of testosterone. all these factors could have lead him to his increased aggression. However he may just be plain crazy. In the end Abrudan was unjustly murdered and I hope Cristian Loga-Negru rots in
I will analyse the advantages and disadvantages of these defences and any alternatives or reforms. Firstly, provocation is seen by men as an encouragement to attack their partners. Many people say that men respond more violently to infidelity and need a defence when their actions lead to the death of their partners. Provocation also makes the victim seem like the responsible agent. In the past men have killed their wives because their partners are leaving them for another man (R.v.Humes) and have claimed provocation or they have beaten their partners while intoxicated (drugs, alcohol etc.)
Her lover and the affair were primary motives for Clytemnestra to kill her husband. Aegisthus, her lover, admits to being an influence on Clytemnestra 's actions; “To lure him to the trap was plainly women 's work; I, an old enemy, was suspect” (1718) His influence help to contribute to her act of disloyalty to her husband. This incident of an affair proves how she was conniving and had an outside motive. Clytemnestra can therefore be described as a cheater who longed for
Committing a crime of some sort will certainly cause an individual to lose his or her innocence with emotional scars and perhaps with physical scars. In Native Son, by Richard Wright, Bigger Thomas accidentally suffocates his boss’ daughter to death. Suddenly, Bigger feels a strength that had been dormant in him, a sense of control and power over another person. Although the murder is accidental, Bigger Thomas experiences a loss of innocence that enables him to kill others also, including his own girlfriend. Yet, with the power he believes he had acquired from his loss of innocence, he also obtains an abundance of guilt and fear.
Throughout the course of history, the covetousness for power and riches has led to the cruel or unusual behaviour by many. Greed has caused wars, murders, and other atrocities to occur in our past, and still they continue today. The obsession with power that leads to the fall of great characters is evident within the play Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare. Lady Macbeth’s infatuation with power leads to her manipulating her husband’s actions, and therefore contributes heavily to Macbeth’s downfall. By destroying Macbeth’s masculinity, instilling greed into him, and absolving him of guilt, Lady Macbeth is a main contributor to Macbeth’s descent.
No, each of these women had underlying psychological issues that led to them committing these unnatural, morally wrong acts. Susan was rejected by her lover, Kathleen's father had brutally murdered her mother, Caro was a victim of a failed marital relationship, whilst in Euripides play, Medea was not only rejected and a victim of a failed marital relationship but she also had her pride torn from beneath her. Revenge is one of the most primitive, brutal human impulses. When an individual feels threatened by another individual they indulge in fantasies of revenge. But its when these fantasies become reality that society suffers.