Therefore Lady Macbeth has to go retrieve it because Macbeth is too traumatized to return. Out of rage he kills the guards; this is the first murder Macbeth commits without consulting Lady Macbeth. Another example of how light comes into play is when Macbeth has the two murderess kill Banquo. Macbeth tells them to kill Banquo when he is on his way to his party with Fleance. A second example of how light imagery is used is when Macbeth says "And all our yesterdays have lighted fools the way to dusty death.
In the middle of their battle Driver reveals to Beatrix that she has poisoned their master Pai Mei in revenge for taking her eye. As soon as she hears this she does the same as her mast and plucks out her other eye, leaving her screaming in the trailer with the deadly snake. Now that every member of the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad are dead except for Bill, she sets off to South America in search of him. Beatrix ends up in Mexico in search of a man named Esteban Vihaio who was like a father figure to Bill when he was younger. She wants to interrogate him to find Bill’s whereabouts.
In every quest story there is a herald that calls the quest hero to “spring” into action. Tom Chaney kills her father. This turns into Matties herald. She wants revenge on Tom Chaney and to see him killed by her own hands or hanged in Fort Smith. She tells Rooster,‘“I want him to know he is being punished for killing my father”’(65) because she fears that Tom Chaney is only going to be punished for killing a senator in a different state.
The serial killer, Edmund Kemper a.k.a “The Co-ed Killer” was born on December 18, 1948. Kemper did not have a good relationship with his mom, who was an alcoholic and abusive towards her children. At ten years old she made him live in the basement because she thought he would hurt his sisters. As a child, Kemper had horrible fantasies such as killing his mother and stated that in order to kiss a teacher he had a crush on, he would have to kill her. Kemper would make his sisters play a game where they would tie him to a chair in a “gas chamber” and he would squirm in pain until he “died”.
Due to this depression and the wrong treatment, the narrator ends up murdering her husband John with an axe. In Susan Glaspell’s Trifles, a women named Mrs. Wright murders her husband, Mr. Wright thanks to revenge. Both of these story share many commonalities, and all follow the system of cause and effect to accomplish the end of their husbands.
Her mother who was a pilgrim hunter, but she fell in love with a demon pilgrim, Melissa’s father, Henry Anderson. One day her father nearly kills her and her mother, but her mother surprisingly gives her husband a second chance to be with her and Melissa. When Melissa turned eleven years old, her father murdered her mother in cold blood in front of her. The police came to their house and they found Melissa covered in blood, but they couldn’t find her father anywhere. They placed her under custody which led the organization, Protection of Civilization from Demonic Pilgrims to make a deal about her joining the organization so she can avenge her mother’s death.
Orestes then discovers that Clytemnestra had a nightmare that she gave birth to a snake, and when she fed it, the snake drew blood along with the milk. Orestes devises a plan to kill Clytemnestra and Aegisthus. Orestes sends Electra back to the palace, and advises the Chorus to help when he enters the palace. Orestes and Pylades enter the palace’s gate and knock on the imposing door. They wait until Clytemnestra opens the door, and Orestes says that he is a traveler from Parnassus and his messa... ... middle of paper ... ...on in their plan to take revenge on Agamemnon’s murderers.
For the last-the very last of the brood? The ants are eating all the others by the melon bed.” Also in the book the snake flees with the egg trying to outrun Rikki. In the book it states, “He had forgotten about the egg. It lay on the veranda and Nagaina came nearer and nearer to it, til at last, while Rikki-Tikki was drawing breath, She caught it in her mouth, turned to the veranda steps, and flew like an arrow down the path.” Also in the movie the mongoose booked it right into the snake hole where many mongooses never come out. (movie) The movie shows “Rikki chasing Nagaia down a hole where the snake lived.” Also in the movie Rikki killed Nagaina, and whatever cobra ever dared to try to threaten him or the family.
As reputation grew, so did her ego, and she soon became careless. Once when she was supposed to exorcise Baal the three headed demon who made a lord’s baby grow a second thumb. But the lord arrived too late in the day for the exorcism to work so the Ugly sorceress drew the circle and simply bit the extra thumb off. She hushed the baby but got distracted by a ring on the ground, she accidentally stepped out of he... ... middle of paper ... ... let the girl go but she would have to eat the boy. She put Hansel in a cage and made Gretel heat the oven.
The crone then prphesizes that the girl will marry death and her bridegroom only seeks to kill her, cut her pieces up, and eat her. As the two prepare to escape, the bridegroom and his band of theives return with maiden [virgin]. The old woman hides the girl behind a large barrel. From her hiding place, she whitnesses the thieves give the maiden three glasses of wine to stop her heart. They then rip her clothes off, and hack the body into pieces with axes.