Compare and contrast the principle of retributive justice and restorative justice. Which do you think is better, and why? How would you encorporate either into our present day Criminal Justice System? Make it’s some good ideas and information. Bring together at the end to make this even tighter and go deeper to show your breadth of understanding.
wers. In Act III Scene I, Titania finally bestows her drunken eyes upon Bottom, who has recently been transformed by Puck into the form of a donkey/ass human beast hybrid. Titania greets him by praising his vocal talents and beauty. “Thou art as wise as thou art beautiful” (Act III.I, 75). This is not indicative of how Titania spoke prior to the potion, and her language towards Bottom reveals just how much she is not herself. Bottom lacking any cognizance of the situation of his external appearance, does not even question the affections of a fairy stranger in the middle of the night. He embodies the “Ass” both physically and mentally as his narcissism and lack of awareness create a comedic sense of confidence in himself during the encounter. He also embodies however, the control to which Oberon thinks he should have over Titania. In Act IV, Scene I, we see the peak of Bottom’s command over Titania. As the fairies tend to Bottom, he exclaims, “Nothing, good monsieur, but to help Cavalery Cobweb to scratch. I must to the barber’s, monsieur, for methinks I am marvelous hairy about the face. And I am such a tender ass, if my hair do but tickle me, I must scratch” (Act IV.I, 15). Here he is directing mustardseed, giving him orders. It also important to note that Bottom although physically different is mentally devoid of magic. Bottom doesn’t even realize something is amiss when he craves the meals of a donkey. “Truly, a peck of provender. I could munch your good dry oats. Methinks I have a great desire to a bottle of hay. Good hay, sweet hay, hath no fellow” (Act IV.I, 18). This means not only are fairies being order around by a mortal, but rather a real “ass” of a mortal. To matter what magic the fairies could come up with to mess with Bottom and in turn Titania, nothing could compare to the offense of the lowering of Titania’s station to adore such a bafoon. The gravest insult to Oberon, should he have witnessed it all, would be the idea that not only was his wife a servant to her illusion of love, but by association her fairy wards/sidekicks as well. This goes against both of their beliefs as, although both have shown love towards humans they ultimately both viewed their mortal counterparts as disposable toys to be left to die or ravished. This is what causes Oberon the most anxiety as, like the changeling boy, it represents the prospect of another mortal who will >GET ANSWER