Not only does war affect the companions of those lost, but it much more directly affects families. After the Trojan War, Odysseus shipwrecks on Kalypso's island, and lives far away from his family, without any contact. The loss of Odysseus bears a lot of weight on his loved ones. Telemachus “...inherit[s] trouble and pain…” (Homer, 9) from the loss of his father. Odysseus’ absence leaves Telemachus empty and without one of his parents needed to guide him through life.
Raffel says, “Alone, in every land, / Could only be told by telling my footsteps. / For who can hear: ‘friendless and poor,’ and know what I’ve known since the long cheerful nights / When young and yearning, with my lord I yet feasted / Most welcome of all. That warmth is dead” (“The Wanderer” ln.30-35). A man was exiled from his tribe and became homeless and sorrowful. After he was exiled, he had no family, no home, and no reason to live.
He realizes that “the secret of a good old age is simply an honorable pact with solitude” (199). He took his solitude to a new extreme when he decided to bar the door to his workshop and was never to be seen again except for the rare sightings at the street door where he would sit (228). Like with the ten-foot circle, Colonel Aureliano is using this self-inflicted isolation in his workshop as a way to separate himself from people that care for him and those that he used to love. Colonel Aureliano’s condition only worsens when his seventeen sons are hunted down and murdered; he had begun to develop a sort of love for his children and it is said that, like with the death of his wife, he was not filled with sorrow but instead experienced blind rage (240). This event worsens his incapability of love because just as he is starting to feel his own type of love for a group of people again, they are brutally taken away from him.
He saw the evil in everyone and thought that everyone evil that he himself became consumed by evil. He was not able to live a good Christian life. It was like he gave up and never saw good in life or in anyone anymore. He continued to live, had children and grandchildren but his faith was never restored. It was like he saw the truth and never gave life a chance again.
Depressed and desolated, while perfecting the art of forgetting his past struggles; guilt and alcohol are all that remained in his life. This analysis studies Phelan’s quest for attaining forgiveness and reconciliation rested on improving four important ongoing struggles, relationships, economic status, dependence, and depression. Upon the death of his child, Francis, completely shattered, unable to ever express the situations to anyone. Francis had just turned from “Father” to “Killer”, because “Gerald
(E. A. Robinson) The poem justifies that life seems difficult for every one. There 's Cory who has already everything but ends his life. In contrast, the townspeople who wished to become like him, who worked to live, used spiritual aspect to survive and gave sense to their lives. Cory who was "richer than a king" have no real surrounding which made him total loner. The night that Richard Cory decided to end his life, was the night that was totally filled with loneliness.
A father who never talk to him since then. He thought that it was because of his father why he never gets out to the Ruby Pier. The reason why he was stuck in a life that he had. He never grew because of his hatred. His anger disappeared, when he found out what his father really is.
When the Great Depression hit and the economy crashed in 1929, Louise’s father lost everything, including the ink manufacturing company. This meant that Christian was unemployed and out of work, and he had no idea what to do. His father-in-law went through the Depression until 1933, when he blew his brains out because it was all just too much for him. Without having a job, Christian had plenty of time to be with Louise but did not really use it. He and Louise had different interest because Christian never did anything but football and work so he never gained any interests or hobbies.
Its proceeds all our curiosity in what is it like to be look dead that subconsciously we think all the times. Harry as the main character in this story, who was suddenly died and was not able to do things he wanted to in his life. And most of all, he did not have an opportunity to say goodbye to them and ask forgiveness to his sister after he died. Like in real life, it is true that regrets is always in the end and we cannot turn back the time to change our mistake. We can never tell what our feelings and emotions when we suddenly died at the
Chester the wonder dog After the vet had left i sat there in silence i had lost one of my best friends someone who had shown me love throughout my life no matter what day it was and now he was just gone. It 's not like I didn 't see it coming he had been sick for weeks but still you can never truly prepare yourself enough for the loss. My dad and brother had been gone for my brothers birthday in alaska and so they had not seen him in his last days. All the energy had gone out of him and his tail never seemed to wag anymore. He could barely walk and he didn 't want to eat anything i knew his time was up because everything has to come to an end but i just wish chesters could have been longer, he was the best dog i have ever had.
When reading the book “night” by Elie Wiesel, you can never be sure something is to be set in stone. Even the characters drastically change from societies previous distorted visions of a Jew to the primordial beast that dwells over the basic components of survival itself. For example, a selfless and cultured man known as Eliezer’s father is forced to adapt himself into a man so full of sorrow not even his own wife would be able to recognize him. What did this? Many may say it was the loss of God.
Being the last sentence of the book, and out of all the passages I highlighted this one stood out to me and described Wiesel’s experience in just a few simple sentence. He looked at himself for the first time in many years, and did not recognize himself he saw a different person. This showed me that the concentration camps changed him he was a different person inside and out. The events that occurred to him had scared him so much that the man he saw in the mirror wasn’t him, but one who had been drained of life that looked lifeless from the events occurred in the concentration camps. He was weak and this whole passage embodies his weakness and the whole point of the concentration camps.
Tomorrow would be the last he would wait, counting down from since a few months ago Brooks had been tired with his life in Cold Bay. He had never liked his “neighbors”, which lived all the way across the airport from him. Acting just as cold as the weather, they shied away from him just because of his parents’ disrespect to the community. By the time he stopped pondering, the water was all gone, whisked away into the atmosphere, never to be seen again by his eyes. He took the pot around poured what little was left.