That same night, they were all brutally murdered by Dick Hickock and Perry Smith for the reason being greed and wealth. After they murdered the family, they set out to travel to Mexico to search for riches, but it did not suit their expectations. From there on out, they avoided the police and covered up the evidence as best they could, but still it was not enough. Nearly two months after the slaughter, on December 30, they were captured in Las Vegas. From there, they were taken back to Kansas for the trial, and were sentenced to the death penalty.
The family is quickly killed off by the Misfit’s henchmen, leaving the Grandmother alone trying to persuade the Misfit to not kill her. Following the Grandmother’s epiphany, the Misfit shoots her after she tries to touch him. O’Connor presents the ending in an ambiguous way, asking readers if the Misfit will remain the same criminal he was
All the children loved her the boys would play ball ,and the girls would either do each others hair or make things for their hair out of flowers. She would also see loving mothers inside there cottages cooking a delicious meal for their families. Fathers just coming home from a long hard days of work. As she walked along the streets of Athens she came along the Parthenon home of statue of Athena. Medusa loved to come to the Parthenon to write poems in her journal, draw, and sometimes she would sit and admire how confident, brave, smart,and beautiful Athena was.
Out of rage he kills the guards; this is the first murder Macbeth commits without consulting Lady Macbeth. The next morning Malcom and Donalbain flee the country because t... ... middle of paper ... ...lusion one example of light is when Lady Macbeth finds out that King Duncan is coming to the castle. She says that she wants the darkness to cover her for when King Duncan is murdered. She makes Macbeth murder Duncan because he looks too much like her father when he sleeps. Therefore Lady Macbeth has to go retrieve it because Macbeth is too traumatized to return.
The town of Holcomb was traumatized by the unexpected murder of a respected family, which turned the community into distrusting gossipers. This event can take place in childhood, as it did for Perry Smith, who grew up with no protection from corruption by his parents and killed an entire family. Dick Hickock, impulsive and shallow, formulated a plan to rob and kill any witnesses present at the Clutter household. He was corrupt enough to go ahead with the plan and persuade Perry to kill the witnesses. Innocence must be protected to ensure that others may be kept innocent.
In this story, Huck and Jim are against the entire world, and every person they come in contact with has the potential to destroy their plans of happiness and freedom. Under these circumstances Huck is forced to tell many lies, but the only one he regrets is the one that he tells Jim. The biggest and most harmful lie Huck tells is when he fakes his own murder in his fathers shack. He goes through a great deal of trouble to make sure that people believe that he is dead, and it is not until the end of the novel that it becomes known to the people of his home town that he is actually alive. He had been a likable young boy, and people in the town had thought highly of him.
Everyone looked at each other in dismay and couldn’t believe that the police had just left so abruptly. Perhaps they didn’t understand that if he were approached he would probably have no mercy of killing an innocent pedestrian or authoritarian. “This is the man we need to catch if we want to make this community safe,” the constable told his fellow officers the next morning. They all knew that this man was unreachable and no-one knew his identity as he always wore a black, flame stricken mask whenever he carried out these brutal robberies he was drawn to. To catch the thief you had to catch the mask.
Bigger escapes the massive manhunt for as long as he can, but he is eventually captured after a dramatic shoot-out. The press and the public determine his guilt and his punishment before his trial even began. The furious public assumes that he raped Mary before killing her and burned her body to hide the evidence of the rape. The white authorities and the white mob use Bigger’s crime as an excuse to terrorize the entire South Side. Jan, Mary’s friend visits Bigger in jail and Bigger explains to Jan that the murder of Mary was an accident.
Another similarity we see with these characters is that they both had some sort of trigger, Norman's was having murdered his mother which led to the rise of all his evil actions. Joan's was that her parents never picked her up during winter break, and died in a car accident. This event somehow made her vulnerable which in turn caused her to turn to demons and witchcraft for comfort. Although they share similarities, they are also different. Norman is an awkward, scrawny guy.
John then begins to pat the couple down and manually molesting Christine. This sadden me that a police officer would use his power against her. It makes me even sadder that he got away with it. Christine was going to report the officer and she had every right to do that. No officer who abuse his/her power like that.