';(page 44) Shylock seems to go after anyone that crosses his path, it is for good reason though being a Jew in Venician society. In a way you may feel sorry for him until you realize how greedy this man is. Shylock has a strong Shylock isn’t exactly a character that wins your respect throughout the book. He does this with his obsession with money and his hatred for Antonio one of the more liked characters in the book. In the end of the play Shylock does not get his bond and Antonio gets away free.
He also thought, just to save Rome that he had to kill Caesar. Brutus was also gullible enough too trust Antony after what all that happened and let Antony give a speech at Caesar’s funeral. Brutus acted as if nothing has happened between the two. The only reason he died is because of his major flaw of trusting people too much. “It is this division of thought that makes both Brutus and Cassius see Caesar as dangerous, though Cassius himself suffers no inward division, since he does not see”(Knight 124).
He 's very proud of how Romans view him as a noble and honorable man, who fights for what is right and is always following the moral and ethical code. Brutus ends up using the concept of honor and loyalty to his country as a reason why Caesar must die. He 's convinced that his countrymen will thank him for saving them from a tyrant and that Rome would be much better off without Caesar, but it ends up being a big miscalculation
One of Cyrano’s most significant traits as a friend was his loyalty. He would always look out for friends in their time of need, which makes the audience feel sympathetic towards him. Because Cyrano is such a loyal friend, the audience feels angry with Roxane for manipulating him, and taking advantage of his loyalty. An example of Cyrano’s loyalty was when Ragueneau’s wife was having an affair with a musketeer, Cyrano confronted her, “Make sure you do./I like your husband, and I don’t intend/To see him made a fool of./Is that clear?”(II.iv.115-118). He stood up for his dear friend, and did not want him be made a joke of.
First of all, loving is one of the characteristics that makes the men become a good husband. The husband can show their love to family in many ways. For example, the husband must be kind, patient, gentle, understand their wife. Another important thing is telling the truth to the family. A good husband usually don’t be lie on his wife because they need to understand each other and share an idea help to improve their relationship.
Othello was cannot be justified as a bad person because of one incident especially after all the great things he’s done and achieved for the city states. Iago is the real antagonist and have become the bad man of the play as his roles are to protect the crown in which was Othello and stay loyal to fellow soldiers but throughout the play he was the complete opposite with characteristics such as being a liar, un loyal to every character in the play. Othello is a good man but took the wrong path. He is well known in Venice even though he is a moor because of his irreplaceable honour. He is kind hearted towards most of the people he encounters because he believes in friendship..
The people that he loves, he truly cares about them more then he cares for himself at times. He was willing to put aside the rest of his life to make sure two friends, rather family members, would live a happy life. Although murder is a terrible way to do it, he ensures their happiness. Karl Childers may be seen as a bad man and a murderer, but to the people that really know him, he is a very loyal and caring individual.
We learned that Macbeth don 't lie or cheat , but he wants the stuff that don 't belong to him and he wouldn 't do what is necessary to get them. His wife said he is too nice to get his hands dirty. Macbeth wife is more like a villain then Macbeth is. Everything she does is all what you would see in a villain. She was the one who planned to kill the King not Macbeth because he didn 't have a good poker face, more reason why he 's a tragic hero.
If good, why do I yield to that suggestion/ whose horrid image doth unfix my hair /and make my seated heart knock at my ribs, Against the use of nature? (I,III lines 133-138)”. Through these lines Macbeth expresses the thought of killing Duncan, which demonstrates that he is greedy for control and the crown as he is willing to murder the current king. On the other hand, Hank shares the same quality as Macbeth; however, he becomes greedy over money. When Hank, Lou and Jacob decide to keep the money, Hank immediately volunteers to keep it in his... ... middle of paper ... ...ou by making him confess to the murder of the farmer so no one will be suspicious of Hank and Jacob.