Movie Assignment: Silver Lining Playbook Silver Lining Playbook is the movie about a man Patrick Solatanoh (Pat) who suffering from mental illness. It starts when he discovered that his wife having a scandal with his own colleague, the history teacher and he nearly kills the man. Then, he being sent to the mental institution and followed order from court he released after eight month, then stayed at his parents’ house. However, through a view from psychological, he needs to stay for couple months because his had diagnosed bipolar disorder. In keeping his illness under control, he supposed to be taking medication but he refuse to take it, because the medication give a huge impact to his body such as bloated stomach and chaotic thought.
As Johnny goes through this difficult stage in life he decides to run away not thinking about where he’s going to stay or how he’s going to get food. He decides to join a gang of orphans with his best friend Billy in order to survive. This novel is still widely read today because it provides an inhuman image of brutal conditions African Americans faced in Harlem of 1940’s. In the Rite of Passage, the main character Johnny is hit with some really bad news that his family that he’s been living with throughout his entire life is not really his own. In the text, Johnny comes home after getting a good report from school and his foster mother and sister tell him that he is not going to be living with them anymore.
In the book, The Catcher in The Rye, Holden Caulfield narrates his journey from his expulsion from high school to New York. In the beginning of the book, Holden Caulfield is very apathetic to his academics and fails out of school; however, by the end of the book, Caulfield begins to realize this through his conversations with his teachers Mr. Spencer and Mr. Antolini. A major change Holden experiences are when Phoebe asks to run away with him. He denies her request aggressively and makes her cry which goes against his beliefs of keeping the innocence of children intact and refraining from stopping their fun. Caulfield also changes in his philosophy of being “the catcher in the rye” when at the carousel, he says that he feels children should be left to grab the gold rings at the carousel.
First, the book begins with Holden Caulfield, a delusional seventeen-year-old, recalling his thoughts on what had happened after he is expelled from his school. After failing most of his classes, Holden decides to leave his school early before winter break starts; however, he did not tell his parents about his expulsion. Taking a train to Manhattan, Holden makes his way to a hotel where he will be staying until winter break begins. In his hotel, he calls a stripper named Faith Cavendish, hoping to have sex with her. Despite Faith wanting to meet the next day, Holden quickly hangs up the phone, not feeling like waiting.
The main character Holden has just been expelled, the day before the big football game. This is the forth school he has been expelled from, though it was hardly any surprise he dosen’t dare tell his family. Instead of going to the game he visits his history teacher Mr. Spencer. The reason he was expelled was because he failed 4 out of 5 classes. has just been expelled from four of five classes at Pencey Prep.
Perks of Being a Wallflower “Because things change. And friends leave. And life doesn’t stop for anyone.”- Stephen Chybosky My freshman year of high school I bought the book Perks of Being a Wallflower, I had seen the trailers for the movie but when I realized it was a book,oh man. The book is about a boy named charlie in his freshman year of highschool the cliche of teen literature. He has no friends and is an outcast, and even though the book never out right says it but he suffers from ptsd because his repressed memories of the abuse he endured by his aunt (who the book/movie makes look like a great person until the ending the movie explains more).
It’s been over a decade since he left, so for the majority of the crucial developmental times of his youth, he had no father. As we all know, growing up in a single-parent household means that the children are more likely to live close or at the poverty line while the parent tries to make ends meet. This is very difficult for everyone, and growing up fatherless brings its own set of difficulties for boys. The statistics about single-parent households make you believe that every boy who grows up with one parent ends up on drugs, unsuccessful, and in prison, but that’s simply not true. Because of growing up fatherless, he had stayed away from destructive activity and crime and has instead comport himself into being a successful person and towards a mission of changing millions of lives in a positive way.
The novel 's hero Holden Caulfield has turned into a symbol for adolescent defiance. The novel additionally manages complex issues of personality, having a place, misfortune, association, and distance. Holden starts his story at Pencey Prep, an elite non-public school in Agerstown, Pennsylvania, on the Saturday evening of the customary football diversion with opponent school Saxon Hall. Sadly, Holden winds up missing the diversion. As administrator of the fencing group, he loses their gear on a New York City metro prepare that morning, bringing about the abrogation of a match.
Holden Caulfield, the protagonist, is a 16 years old teen who has ever been kicked out 4 schools including Pencey. His disregarding nature led him to be kicked out of high school. He was sentenced because he left the fencing equipment of his school team on the subway. Even though he fails to fulfill his tasks at school, he is capable of living individually. He seems as
Seize the Day, a novel written by Saul Bellow, focuses on main character Tommy Wilhelm and his struggles in life. Tommy struggles with the ongoing conflict between his father and himself and bares the burdens of being a modern man in New York City. He carries his failures with him everywhere. He spends his time trying to fix everything that is wrong in his life, but ultimately feels that he failed. Due to his father’s lack of interest and involvement in Tommy’s life, and the death of his mother, he has grown up without confidence and the ability to make wise decisions.