One notable example is present in the character Dr. Jekyll in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Dr. Jekyll, a kind and social man continuously turns himself into Hyde to commit crimes and be evil every once and a while. Towards the end of the book, Jekyll describes his obsession, “I began to be tortured with throes and longings, as pf Hyde struggling after freedom,” (Stevenson 82). Jekyll’s desire and instinct to do evil things crosses his mind often and he can no longer hold it in. Hyde is his evil conscience that has always existed in him, but now, he is allowing it to escape in horrible manners that bring trouble among others.
However, he sometimes has to make excuses for not listening to others. This shows honesty in him and how he speaks the truth about himself. Fitzgerald gets across his character by using a chain of words which represent his personality. Words like "levity" establish his lightness of tone and humour. W... ... middle of paper ... ...this scene, we first see Gatsby reaching out towards a green light that he "cannot grasp", which is an example of Fitzgerald's powerful use of symbolism in the novel.
Piggy, the heavy, asthmatic, nearsighted boy, was often teased and ridiculed, however Golding made it obvious to the reader that Piggy was indeed the super ego. Piggy symbolizes all the hate and discrimination in the world. If it was not for Piggy’s bizarre appearance, he may have been made ruler of the island, and he certainly was the most suited for the job. He also symbolizes intelligence. He was analogous to sanity and reason.
Othello throughout history has been talked about; his story has been handed down from generation to generation. Most of Williams plays pull on the strings of the heart and Othello is one that pulls a little bit too hard. Othello is mostly about blind passion, and an antagonist who twists and turns everyone against each other and ends up destroying a man, due to overhearing a rumor. One of the greatest things about Othello is that shows the human heart raw, for what it really is. It uses the blind passion in its characters and starts a fire in the reader’s heart.
Iago is the Most Sinister Character in Shakespeare's Works Of all the characters presented in Shakespeare's literature the most sinister one is without a doubt Iago. He is a ruthless sociopath. No other character can even come close to his evil. Most of the antagonists present in Shakespeare's plays have valid reasons for the troubles they cause. Iago doesn't for the most part; he just has a burning hatred for the world, especially Othello.
Mike Tyson is one of the most celebrated and notorious professional boxers of all time. Once a ferocious and feared fighter in the ring, Tyson is often remembered by what he did outside of the boxing ring during his career. His violent and aggressive outbursts have drawn in the attention of the media and fans around the world. Tyson grew up in an environment that facilitated his learned behavior of violence and aggression towards other people. The behavioral model of development will show how Mike Tyson was conditioned by other people and his life experiences to behave in an abnormal and dysfunctional lifestyle.
Essay on Iago The world is full of bad people who get pleasure from hurting others physically and emotionally. They feel the need to use and belittle other people because of their insecurities. In Shakespeare’s Othello, the villain, Iago, is a perfect example. He manifests his goal right from the beginning. Iago is an angry person with no conscience that constantly feels the need to take down everyone around him to get what he wants, revenge.
In the dark and twisted world that is terrorism there is always one name that stands above the rest. That name is Osama Bin Laden. Bin Laden is one of the most feared and most hated men on earth. He is responsible for thousands of deaths and countless acts of terror against innocent people. Most people see these acts as terrible and unjustifiable, but Bin Laden and other terrorist view these horrible actions as religious warfare.
Iago and Othello have stark contrasts as leading roles and different themes represented through the actions, words, and moral compass of both characters. As Othello plays out the audience finds that Iago is the driving force behind Othello and the cause for all chaos. Iago's thirst for vengeance due to feeling dissatisfied and passed over potential lieutenant position pushes Iago to ruin the lives of all associated with Othello. The thirst for vengeance drives Iago as Iago drives the plot achieving all goals and because of this Iago is the true protagonist of Othello. Few characters in Shakespeare's plays outside of the leading "main" character ever are associated to actively pursue an agenda that destroys other characters lives.
They became savage hunters as evil took over; they killed almost as if it were a sexual performance for them. As this adventure began, Jack was the leader of the choir. He was a bully who always wanted to be the leader and be looked upon with the utmost resopect. When Ralph came along as a mild and sensible boy, and was chosen ahaed of Jack as the leader, Jack was furious. Jack wanted more than anything to become leader and he began an amoral reign as he let the evil within take control.