His father’s message to him revealing that he was stuck in eternal anguish in order to pay for his sins during his life causes Hamlet emotional distress. He questions his position and whether or not the time is appropriate for him to act. “‘And am I then revenged To take him in the purging of his soul, When he is fit and seasoned for his passage? No. Up sword... ... middle of paper ... ...nly woman he only loved and Hamlet lost Ophelia the only woman he truly loved but was foolish enough to tell her the whole truth before she passed.
He resented Edgar for marrying Catherine, as he felt that if he hadn’t been degraded by Hindley he would have been able to marry her. Nelly claims that Heathcliff “[seemed] to hate,” Edgar even as a child and considered him, “as a rival.” (58). His eventual wish to seek revenge was a progression of their childhood rivalry that was only heightened by Edgar’s marriage to Catherine. Heathcliff began to take revenge on Edgar as soon as he returned to Wuthering Heights. He regularly visited Catherine, despite how much this bothered Edgar, as Nelly describes he, “grew pale with pure annoyance,” at Heathcliff’s mere presence (96).
Heathcliff was an orphan whom Catherine father have adapted while he was on a business trip, to her he is an outsider he was uneducated. Henry have always tried to bully him he hated him so much. All of those elements have transformed Heathcliff’s personality in 180 degrees and especially when Catherine left him to marry Edgar meanwhile she didn’t even love him, she loved the life he was living. Heathcliff was uneducated so he took a decision to take revenge from Catherine and of all those whom destroyed his childhood and life. when Edgar father’s died henry started to treat Heathcliff as a servant and that destroyed his relation with Catherine even more and her travelled abroad for 3 whole years and he came back educated and ready to take his revenge .
Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights employs one of the most powerful forces to drive its plot forward: the need for revenge. This is a force like no other because it thrives on negative emotions such as suffering, loss, and anger, especially from the pain of rejection in the novel. Not only is it influential, but also prevalent. Bronte depicts that the need for revenge is hidden in many characters, suppressed by love, until a single event unleashes its fury, corrupting characters and causing them to aggravate their misdoings, with one disaster following a first. Revenge, like abuse, is a repeating cycle; a sufferer becomes the inflicter of suffering on others so that everybody feels the pain, and only the power of love can overcome this
Willy always had to pay for repairs, such as the mortgage, the insurance, and other bills. The emb... ... middle of paper ... ...onfused and disturbed individual. His incompetence wore on him so much that he suffered from delusions. He believed that there was no end when he had failed his career, sons, and his wife. He had convinced himself that his suicide was an act of love for his family but this was another selfish act of cowardice.
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.
He states to his deceitful mother and uncle, "But I have that within which passes show These but the trappings and the suit of woe" (I, II, 85-86). Hamlet tries to articulate that his grief for his father's death and the prospect of his mother's unfaithfulness is almost inexpressible. He is left alone to bear the burden of suspicion toward the people he once loved. To a man bereft of a sense of purpose there is no possibility of action because it wouldn't have any meaning. No act but suicide seems rational.Yet Hamlet seeks to escape his life of woe when he is commanded by his father's spirit to a great act--revenge.
Another betrayal by Claudius, this shows even more of his character, his determination that nothing will stop him from getting what he wants, having his brother’s only child killed. Claudius is a greedy man, who appears to have low morals when someone is blocking his path to success. This new treachery adds on to the growing list of betrayal in the play, making it evident that the theme of Hamlet is betrayal and treachery. These new events also lead to a betrayal on Hamlet’s part, towards his childhood friends, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. On his way to England accompanied by his past allies, he uncovers
When Heathcliff returns to Wuthering Heights after several years, his frustration leads him to exact revenge on Hindley Earnshaw. Heathcliff blames Hindley for Cathy not returning his love and becoming married to Edgar. Hindley reduced Heathcliff to such a status that it would ruin Cathy to marry him. Heathcliff's villainy is shown when he returns the favour to Hindley, reducing him and his son Hareton to servant class. This is apparent when Heathcliff is talking to Nellie about his joy in degrading Hareton, he says, I've pleasure in him!...He has satisfied my expectations - if he were born a fool I should not enjoy it half so much - But he's no fool; and I can sympathise with all his feelings, having felt them myself - I know what he suffers now, for instance exactly - it is merely a beginning of what he shall suffer though.
Heathcliff The main character, An adopted member of the Earnshaw Family. As a child he was sullen, impatient, vengeful and cruel, He was engrossing passion for Catherine Earnshaw, and when she marries Edgar he decide to revenge. Catherine Earnshaw The love of Heathcliff life she is a wild impetuous arrogant girl. Despite her feeling for Heathcliff, she marry Edgar and she know Heathcliff was her true love before she dies she says that she want Edgar and Heathcliff suffer. Hareton Earnshaw He is son of Hindley and Frances Earnshaw .He was reared by Heathcliff as part of his plan to punish the Earnshaws.