The avengement of Heathcliff brings on the rage and corruption to the Earnshaw – Linton families tearing through the first generation. The anger Heathcliff has for Hindley stems the deepest because of the abuse Heathcliff endured as a child. Heathcliff’s childhood was swept away by Hindley; this is the cause of his revenge. Mr. Earnshaw adopted Heathcliff into the Earnshaw family, making him an outsider. He had much love for Heathcliff, which infuriated Hindley, who became envious.
Iago’s main reason for doing so was that he felt mistreated and overlooked when Othello assigned Cassio his right hand man. So the only true character Iago truly despises is Cassio. Iago dislikes Othello, but ultimately would rather be his buddy then his enemy. Iago sees Othello as a good guy, but simply sees Othello’s pick of Cassio as just a lapse in judgement. So Iago takes it upon himself to change what he saw as wrong.
The Purpose of Caliban in The Tempest One of the indispensable themes displayed in The Tempest is the duality of nature and society. This is made apparent through the character of Caliban. Caliban is a dis-figured fish-like creature that inhabits the island where the play The Tempest, takes place. Caliban is the son a witch-hag, and the only native on the island. In Caliban's first speech, he suggests that Prospero stole the island from him.
A harsh treatment that causes Caliban to resent Prospero and hate him passionately (3.2.86-87). Caliban’s hatred ignites within and causes Caliban to become a villain himself. For example when he tries and rape Miranda in order to make more of himself. Due to the gruesome treatment given by Prospero, Caliban changes into a villainous man just as the person he despises. In short, Prospero reveals his villain character when he treats Caliban cruelly; a treatment unjustly
Gaea and Uranus created the three Cyclopes, the three hecatoncheires, and twelve of the titans. Uranus hated the hecatoncheires and imprisoned them, which enraged Gaea who plotted against Uranus. The youngest titan, Cronus, castrated him and threw his genitalia into the ocean. Uranus left the earth and vowed that the titan would suffer a similar fate. From Uranus’ blood, Giants and Nymphs were created and from the ocean foam, where his genitalia, fell came Aphrodite (goddess of love).
But Prospero then begins to contradict his own self. The island that he and Miranda come upon is already inhabited by a witch, Sycorax, and her son Caliban. Prospero, an extremely powerful man, looks down on Sycorax because she is a witch, and he proceeds to take over the island and run it as himself. This all of a sudden sounds like a familiar tale. Sycorax eventually passes away, and Prospero enslaves her son, Caliban, to do all of Prospero's bidding.
Although he appears inexplicably satanic and destructive, Heathcliff’s corrupted behavior and crusade of vengeance originates from the abuses of the Earnshaws. Heathcliff’s initial frustration with the Earnshaws comes from the mistreatment from Hindley, his adoptive brother. So enraged by Hindley, Heathcliff pronounces, “I’m trying to settle how I shall pay Hindley back. I don’t care how long I wait, if I can only do it, at last.” (61) Hindley’s unnecessary maltreatment such as forced servitude, hastens Heathcliff’s decline, as Hindley prods Heathcliff to resent the Earnshaw family. Heathcliff’s hatred drives him to take revenge by fueling Hindley’s drinking and gambling addiction, in addition to corrupting his son, Hareton.
Another psychological disorder faced bay Daru was that the development of desire in him to over powering on others. To show his relatively higher social status he becomes very rude towards his servant boy called Mauncci. He narrates: “I don’t like it when low-class types forget their place and try to become too frank with you” (p. ). Daru’s own attitude to Manucci is nothing more than outrageous, but on the contrary he himself feels bitter at the way the elite class treats him. So it is a social chain reaction of exploitation and counter-exploitation in which the elites drag the middle classes into mud, which in turn treat the lower middle classes scandalously; and the lower middle class people humiliate the poorest of the societyan it goes on generation to generation.
The negative actions taken against Heathcliff shape the type of vengeful, but loving character he has become. After Hindley’s father dies, he begins to abuse poor Heathcliff, taking away his education and forcing him to work out in the field’s and. Mr. Earnshaw’s resentful son Hindley oppresses Heathcliff and treats him as a servant. Ever since Heathcliff had arrived at Wuthering Heights, Hindley had loathed him and “from the very beginning, he bred bad feeling in the house; and at Mrs. Earnshaw’s death, which happened in less than ...
Though some may rise from the shame they acquire in their lives, many become trapped in its vicious cycle. Written by Khlaled Hosseini, The Kite Runner describes the struggles of Amir, his father Baba, and his nephew Sohrab as they each fall victim to this shameful desolation. One repercussion of Baba hiding his sinful adultery from Amir is that Amir betrays Hassan for his father’s stringent approval. Sohrab’s dirty childhood also traumatizes him through his transition to America. Consequently, shame is a destructive force in The Kite Runner.