This is because a person’s actions are a result of his/her emotions and consequently, the person would do anything, without giving any second thought to what he/she is about to do, and that may lead to the revealing of something hidden such as secrets and etc. This is the reason for the man to openly accept his hatred for the other man that he previously claimed to like because he felt that the guiltiness that came along with hating the other man was too much for him to bear. This feeling of guiltiness has been portrayed in the poem all along. Thus, the poem “I Can Stand Him No Longer” correctly develops the thematic topic of guiltiness
In Dostoevsky novel, Notes from Underground, it involves the tormenting thoughts of a bitter antisocial man living in St.Petersburg, Russia. The Underground Man writes down his contradictory thoughts to describe his isolation from society. In his moments of solitude and isolation, he becomes corrupted by the power of spite. He does not give much thought how being spiteful will affect his life because he is an intelligent man. The act of being intelligent does not satisfy him, rather he uses his intelligence as a mechanism to make others feel as though they are incompetent to him.
Holden is always negative about his life and being depressed. This quote is considered to show the pessimistic view of Holden “When I finally got down off the radiator and went out to the hat-check room, I was crying and all. I don’t know why, but I was. I guess it was because I was feeling so damn depressed and lonesome”(Salinger 169). This quote shows much of how Holden feels as he uses depressed and lonesome together in the novel.
In the novel, Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, Montag, the main character, goes from loving his job to rethinking of his job. Montag came in mind that his job not only hurt him but also hurt society. He began to realize that he no longer enjoyed his job. Montag did not like the fact of knowing that his job was only hurting other people. In the novel, it states, “I was just figuring,” said Montag, “what does a hound think about down there nights?” (#1) This quote makes Montag very mad and upset.
If you do not have trust in your men, then in return they will not trust you. An example of Odysseus not putting his trust in his men is when he does not reveal the contents of his mysterious bag because he fears they will open it, but this just makes his men want to open the bag even more. When they do open the bag it releases winds they tear the sails and sends the ship across the sea. If Odysseus told them what was in it they would not want to open the bag and thus get them back to Ithaka. The lack of trust between Odysseus and his men resulted in the voyage lasting even longer and none of his men returning home.
In Ethan Frome, it is present between Ethan and his wife Zeena; Zeena attempts to get rid of the housekeeper Mattie because she sees what Ethan wants/ sees in her. There is large amounts of mistrust in the Frome household due to much isolation, sickness, and also unequal work load also “when the sense of a partnership is lacking-when your partner is oblivious to or inconsiderate of your needs, this weakens the ties that hold you together” (text 2, lines 26-27). In The Scarlett Letter, Hester Prynne has deep seated mistrust due to the ‘brand’ on the chest, the ‘A’. Hester is full of mistrust because the one she committed adultery with, was also the one that helped with her sentence. Another factor is that her old husband was healing Dimmsdale, her ‘illegitimate’ lover.
He sang how they'd fought me. It was all lies” (Gardner 54). It is obvious Grendel suffers the physical pain of being alone, and he gets addictive to hurting others due to his sadness. The more Grendel hears about people getting along he hates them and wants to fight them, because he can not have that. Grendel actions speak louder than his words when conveys his anger against the world.
One of them, Mrs. Bowles, said, “Silly Words, silly words, silly awful hurting words… Why do people want to hurt People? Not enough hurt in the world, you got to tease people with stuff like that!” (Bradbury 97). Mildred’s friends did not like what was in the books. They comprehended the poem exactly how it should’ve been. It was just too powerful for them to handle.
Ignorance is seen within everyone at different times. Ignorance means to not know or remember information acquired. Mildred and her friends represent ignorance because of how they agree with false information and cannot remember the right ones. When Mildred invited her friends over Montag read them poetry, they replied by saying, “’Poetry and tears, poetry and suicide, crying, and awful feelings, poetry and sickness”’ (Bradbury 97). Mildred and her friends believe that reading anything that causes emotion to come out is bad.
It explains that harsh reality that life is not bliss and other people work against you all the time, even those you love. Everyone knows what it feels like to fear what others may think of you, to fear the judgment. It is more difficult if the fear is from someone who one should be able to trust. “Fearing the chronic angers” (41), that judgment brings and fuels society. Along with the judgment, society begins to treat others different for having those fears.
Piggy shows he is scared that they are stuck on the island on their own with no adults. You can tell Piggy is scared by the tone of his voice when he replied to Ralph. Thus, showing that Piggy wasn’t the bravest out of all the other boys. Here 's an example of Piggy’s character transforming. In the book Jack is always making fun of Piggy.
Many of the characters due to the limiting use of letters they had developed a daily struggle as Mittie wrote to Gwenette, “The wine. Plus the loss of the grammatical unifier. It is all too much” ( Dunn 76). Dunn not only tries to convey the reader of the importance of language, but how fun it can be as well. By writing in the book in letters one can read and see how the characters in the book struggle to write and how this affects them greatly for the frustration they have is expressed in their letters.
This drawing represents when Montag got mad that he read poetry to Mildred 's friends, which is a BAD IDEA! The importance of this is that when he read the poetry, the reaction to the ladies showed that books could be bad or good. With this event, it was what lead up with Montag ending up at his house. Also, the importance of this event is that we know why the society hates books by the reaction of Mrs. Phelps and Mrs. Bowles. The poem made Mrs. Phelps cry and made Mrs. Bowles mad at Montag.
Jack ignored his post of maintaining the fire to hunt a pig causing the ship to evade the island. Ralph is filled with rage, but he tries to calm himself down. “‘There was a ship’… Ralph brought his arm down, fist clenched, and his voice shook. ‘There was a ship. Out there.