Macbeth embodies the flaw of making impulsive decisions. This can be due to the character's major flaw, his “Vaulting Ambition.” Due to Macduff not attending the banquet it frustrates Macbeth, in result, him seeking revenge by slaughtering his family. The killing of Macduff's family is the finale crime of the play that leads to the downfall of
Then, Edward noticed the bruise on Tom’s hand and went to punish the guard. Dressed in Tom’s old clothes, the prince was thrown out of the palace by the guard. Tom was suddenly Edward, Prince of Wales and Edward, Tom Canty of Offal Court. Tom was not refined enough to be a prince. While at state dinners, he had no clue what to do and just began to stress out King Henry.
“Ay, and since too, murders have been performed Too terrible for the ear.” (III, iv, 80-81) Seeing the ghost of Banquo is the breaking point for Macbeth. The ghost also causes him to think more irrationally which leads to the murder of Macduff. Also, after the murder of Duncan, Macbeth is full of regret and guilt. The voices he hears reflect his mental state. “Methought I heard a voice cry, “Sleep no more!” (II, ii, 35) His innocence was killed and he knows that he has to live with this guilt for the rest of his life, hence Macbeth will never sleep peacefully ever again.
He comes across as a nervous character at this point in the story. The landlord made him very angry and he decided to run the experiment on himself. Once he was invisible, he destroyed his machine, and because he was so angry he burned the house down. As he walked the streets he was leaving muddy footprints. Some boys saw the footprints and the ghostly feet that made them.
Not only does this play into his cover up from earlier, it alludes to the fact that he is still mad in general, foreshadowing events such as him murdering the King and achieving his goal. In the end, Hamlet ruined his entire family and future, his mother died, he died himself, and his potential wife and brother in law died as
Mercutio dies by the wound inflicted by Tybalt after they meet and fight over Romeo. Romeo tried to stop them but he couldn’t and the sword of Tybalt went under his arm and sliced Mercutios breast. Tybalt ran away after the death of Mercutio. Romeo is sadden and realizes his love for Juliet has blinded him. Furious over his friend’s death he slays Tybalt when he returns.
Enraged by Romeos refusal to fight, Mercutio fights Tybalt and is killed. After the death of his kinsman, Romeo becomes enraged and fights and kills Tybalt. The Prince also enraged, exiles Romeo from Verona and if seen within the city, Romeo is to be killed. The nurse returns with the news that Romeo has killed Tybalt and been exiled from Verona. Juliet, although saddened by the death of Tybalt, is devastated by the exile of her love, Romeo.
He tried to stop his father. Ivan IV was so enraged with his son's actions that he took his taff and struck his son on the head, killing him. Because of his kicks and blows, Ivan's daughter-in-law also lost her child. In one day, Ivan killed the future Czar and Czarvich of Russia. Ivan was instantly remorseful about his actions, but nothing could be done.
He tries out for one of the schools plays, which is extremely frowned upon by his uncompromising father. Following the chastisement his father gives him, Neil commits suicide. Neil’s death creates a substantial affliction on the class as well as the faculty at Welton. Unfortunately because of his unorthodox teaching methods, Keating is blamed and decide to let him go. However, at the end of the film we see how much of an impact Mr. Keating left on his students as he gathers his things and proceeds to leave many of his former students stand upon their desk and salute him by saying “Oh captain, my
After he kills King Duncan, Lady Macbeth makes it look as though t... ... middle of paper ... ... they have killed Banquo but Fleance has escaped leaving Macbeth even more worried and paranoid about the situation he now finds himself in. He walks into the great hall to find the ghost of Banquo in his seat, one of the men, Lennox, asks Macbeth to sit down; " May't please your highness, sit." To which he replies; "The table's full." Macbeth becomes confused as in his place sits the severed ghost of Banquo, yet no one else can see him, he becomes angry and frustrated and begins to shout; " Which of you have done this?" No one in the hall has a clue what he is going on about, he then makes the mistake of saying; " Thou canst not say I did it; never shake Thy gory locks at me!"