Although, the Misfit is introduced toward the end of the story, his conversation with the Grandmother indicates he has no awareness of why the punishments for his wrongdoings were so severe. While speaking to the Grandmother he states that “‘[he] calls [himself] the Misfit [..] because [he] can’t make what [he did] wrong fit [in with what] he [went] through in punishment’’’(O’ Connor 26). The Misfit is an objectively awful person; not only for murdering countless victims, but for believing that since he is completely outside conventional morals his harsh punishment is undeserving. By Misfit labeling himself outside moral conduct he has no boundaries for his deeds because he has no value of right from wrong. Furthermore, the Misfit does not have any sympathy or regret for those he murders and simply forgets his wrongdoings.
He shows no interest in anything she ever said or did. His actions show he cares nothing for her or her desires. The o... ... middle of paper ... ...of a dynamic character because after obtaining the knowledge that he murdered his own wife, he lost most of what made him Sweeney Todd: he lost his lack of respect for everyone, he no longer had the strong composure that kept him sharp and ready to kill skillfully at a moments notice, he no longer had the level of alertness which had given him the edge to succeed in his oh so extravagant slaughter of evil and innocent alike, and he had become susceptible to his human emotions. Sweeney Todd, the angel of his own imagining, as the reader knows him, and as was depicted throughout the whole play, would never have allowed himself to have been snuck up on by a buffoon seeking revenge for a love which never existed. For Sweeney to have died in such a way proves beyond all shadow of a doubt that he was no longer the Sweeney which had so gracefully ended the lives of so many.
They both are challenged in the way that their lives have been upset by something new. Antigone’s attempt at a heroic action, burying her brother when it was against Theban law to do so. The Theban law prohibited the burial of those that were not loyal to Thebes; however Antigone did so anyways (SP1a). She created chaos for Creon when his whole family died. Creon supposes that all his decisions benefit the whole community, whereas they really on... ... middle of paper ... ...sively never end up in their favor anyways.
He cared so much about everyone and eventually just grew hatred for everyone even if he had no reason to hate them. Instead of taking these matters into his own hands to become a king, he completely tore his life apart. He didn’t even get to live happily when he became king because he had to suffer with the thoughts of guilt for the rest of his life. His wife Lady Macbeth even suffered just from helping cause the death of one person at the beginning of his journey to being royal. I guess his journey to becoming royal wasn’t what they thought it was going to be; it just made Macbeth change drastically and ruined his life.
All of the problems that faced Victor and the misery it caused his family was all due to his choice to abandon his creation when it needed him most. His personal failures as a human being causes the deaths of his friends and family who were completely innocent. Frankenstein’s failure to make any competent decisions lead to his life of misery and constant failure. Not even Walton is innocent of this. Walton’ naiveté and grief caused him to turn his back on the creation, who wants nothing more than to have a companion, just like Walton.
He couldn't control his creation and that soon lead to the death of some of his loved ones. The monster wanted one thing and that was a companion. Nobody liked him , they were all afraid of him because he was bigger than everyone and was ugly. All he ever wanted was somebody he could call his friend. Victor didn't help the monster out so he showed victor that you need people to love or call friend.
Neither Tressias nor the shepherd wanted to tell him the truth but his own stubbornness brought his end, they told him "I wish you had never the man you are." His bad temper made him killed his father and the same error is the cause behind his accusation to Creon his loyal brother-in-law. So, Oedipus stubbornness and bad temper make him lose his eyes and leave Thebes at the
He becomes cynical of his surroundings and lives his life accordingly. His discovery of evil results in his loss of grips with humanity. He comes to believe there is evil in all people and is unable to accept it. He grows old with contempt for his former idols, and never again is he able to conceive of the idea that life is pure, grand, and good. At his funeral, his family has nothing encouraging to put on his grave, and neighbors do not even bother to attend.
This leads Creon to get enraged at his son and his mind is still set on executing Antigone. Haimon responds by saying “Not here, no: She will not die here, King... ... middle of paper ... ...herself from suffering. However, this wasn’t the case with Creon because his entire family perished right before his eyes and he has no way to relief his pain. Thus, Creon is the tragic character of the play due to his everlasting grief caused by his flawed personality. In conclusion, Creon is the tragic character of Antigone because of his pride which caused him never ending agony by the end of this tragedy.
Killing off the men that cut him off the road is his conclusion to put out his anger. His marriage to Jocasta was in his own accord because it is not a necessity to rule a kingdom. He cannot blame the distraction of his life to anyone but him. Even after knowing his potential disastrous future, he still continued to live a hostile and selfish lifestyle and making rash decisions. Oedipus runs so fast from the danger he wants to avoid that he forgets to look forward, and without knowing, he became the one who is actually chasing