In chapter 10, Siddhartha admitted to this misery, “He felt deep love for the runaway boy, like a wound, and yet felt at the same time that this wound was not intended to fester in him, but that it should heal.” (Hesse 126). Siddhartha experiences true suffering for the first time in these chapters. When Kamala died, he was sad, but not as much as the pain of losing his son. One of the hardest things for him to do was for him to let his son go. He knew he didn’t belong.
After Holden found James Castle’s body when he committed suicide, Mr. Antolini warned Holden not to die nobly for an unworthy cause, but Holden might think otherwise. For instance, “ Holden emphasizes that the guy is week and little, he has no chance of physically standing up to the bullies. Rather than be ‘phony’ by taking back the insult, he jumps. To Holden this might sound a lot more like a noble cause...” (Shmoop). Holden might disagree with his teacher because he believes that James Castle is the one brave enough to end it
How the Relationship between Stephen and Keith Change Throughout the Novel Spies The relationship between Stephen and Keith changes throughout the events covered by the novel Spies by Michael Frayn. Stephen and Keith used to be notable friends. Stephen considered his friendship a fortunate one, conveying to the readers that they probably had a good relationship since Stephen appreciated it. Regrettably, however, after Keith forefended Stephen from an accusation from Mr. Hayward of stealing a thermos flask, their relationship began to shatter and change dreadfully because they no longer hung out or talked to each other. Stephen’s disloyalty also strains their friendship, which later results in an extreme and life-threatening event that unpleasantly ends their relationship.
When Jim finds out the truth, Huck realizes how upset Jim is and that he is very hurt. Normally in this situation, nobody would care because Jim is a runaway slave, but Huck acts a true friend by apologizing even though he really did not want to admit that he was felt bad out loud. o “It was fifteen minutes before I could work myself up to go and humble myself to a nigger; but I done it, and I warn 't ever sorry for it afterwards, neither. I didn 't do him no more mean tricks,
Farquhar was able to deviate away from the reality of his death through his vivid imagination. He escaped all the pain that he otherwise would have felt. Upon falling down the bridge, his defense mechanism kicked in and led him to imagine an escape he desired. He didn’t feel any pain for he quickly “lost consciousness and was as one already dead.” He was not in fear during his last moments because he believed that “despite his suffering … he now (stood) at the gate of his own home.” On the other hand, even though Prince Prospero tried his best to escape the horrible reality of the plague, in the end he died because of it. He failed to realize that the Read Death had entered his castle in the form of the masked figure.
In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, the author uses the results of moral development to show a happy ending. Gatsby, though he doesn’t succeed in reaching his life goal, is able to escape his obsessive habits over Daisy. Nick, though he makes a small change in his dating habits, still runs away from his problems and relies on others to aid him in social situations. Therefore, although Gatsby dies by the end of the novel, he has a happier ending because he breaks his destructive cycle of obsession over Daisy, while Nick talks more about change than actually changing, thus resulting in a more sad ending without moral growth. In the beginning of the novel until Daisy rejects him, Gatsby centers his life around Daisy due to his obsession.
And, although Hamlet is able to realize his own fall, his honor and loyalty to his father prevent him from attempting to escape his insanity (Terry 1). All of Hamlet’s hope becomes lost as he realizes that achieving a comfortable future is inexorable without involving grim revenge. “It is this attempt both to please the state and God and to remain honorable that leads to Hamlet's crisis of conscience and, ultimately, to his tragic death”(Terry 1). On the other hand, Claudius’ realization that his guilty conscience has overtaken his ability to function comes later in Act III Scene III, in his soliloquy. A similarity that Macbeth and Hamlet share is the involvement of character soliloquies.
Biff blames Will’s dream instead of him for his death. This proves that both of them loved each other no matter how different their dreams were. In my opinion these kind relationship between father and son represents sacrificial. Even though love between father and son sounds romantic, it is sad to hear that one of them has to sacrifice to make another better, when nothing has really become
In his diary entry, Steve uses the word ‘real’ because he wants people to see the non-superficial side of him. Steve desires people to not ask him or see him, but look into his heart. His wording shows that he doesn’t know who he is and therefore believes he is a Monster as Ms. Petrocelli calls him. He accepts people’s judgments as his self-truth. Even though, he, himself, accepts the worst he still wants people to perceive him as a good person, especially his mom.
He muses on his disillusionment with his ideals: he has lost faith in love and honor, in his father’s trust in his homeland, and in Natasha’s loyalty. (Tolstoy, Book Ten, Chapters 13–24) Then, he saw Kuragin’s leg was amputated. Andrew think that he can forgive Kuragin and Natasha. When Andrew facing death, he comprehends right or wrong is not important. He just wants to see Natasha