People that didn 't even know him were scared by his appearance. This was a continuous trend. ¨ ´Unable to endure the aspect of being I had created, I rushed out of the room…´ ¨ (Shelley 35) When Victor proceeds to come back to the room a couple hours later his creation is gone. This is the start of suffering for his family. The people in the village don 't even give him a chance.
He completely abandoned him, leaving the monster in predicaments that, in numerous times, threatened his own life. Everyone in the outside world shunned, beat, and ran away from the poorly constructed monster, automatically assuming he was a malicious demon, ravaging for destruction and death. Not one person who had seen or spoken with him had been nice and accepting, except for one man- who was blind. His unfortunate disposition drew away any type of human compassion for him, eventually filling him with surges of hatred for all of mankind; more so for his creator, Victor. He set his vengeful ways on the scientist's family and loved ones, making sure to fill Victor with the absence of no close comfort or compassion from anyone.
They were beaten, tortured and killed. One right that was taken away was Article 5. Article 5 is no one should be punished in a cruel way. This was clearly broken because many people were starved, beaten and punished in many other cruel ways. In the book, an example of this is, “I no longer felt anything except the lashes of the whip.” (page 57).
Multiple “witnesses” or people who overheard about the robbery and murder are convicted or unreliable they all wanted someone to blame and someone to shorten their time in jail. My last reason is his attitude towards jail and how he is scared. “I still can’t go to the bathroom in front of everyone.” he writes. He is so scared that he can’t use the bathroom in front of those guys. He hates it there, “I can hardly, think about the movie,I hate this pace so much.
As the phantom of Maycomb, he is constantly labeled as an unstable, dangerous man. Not many people in Maycomb know him yet they made many assumptions about him. As Scout and Jem find out, their assumptions were inaccurate. In reality, he was incredibly
In the book Of Mice and Men, Lennie is one of the first characters to be stereotyped. He is judged by everyone who sees him because he has a mental disability that people have a hard time looking past. They all see him as a big and dumb, even though he is described as tough and hard working many times in the book , for example on page 34 George says “He ain’t bright. Hell of a good worker, though. Hell of a fella, but he ain’t bright.” which proves that people only see a mentally disabled
Paul and most of his friends died before he could see what the outcome would be-it’s almost as if their entire experience was useless. I felt for Paul, because in the end he explains that even his feelings were nothing: “...all that floods over me are but feelings…” The fact that eventually all the soldiers would be nobodies, and that the war would cause them to “fall into ruin,” made me unhappy. I think that the impact WW1 would have on those in the society left to carry on would be outright devastating. Everything the soldiers have been through have left them to become a hollow, insensitive, nobody. Those left to carry on would not fit into their society.
Ever since Lennie was a boy George has been taking care of him, and he never stops getting into trouble. George cannot keep a job because of Lennie, he cannot let Lennie even talk around anyone because he talks too much about the things that George does not want people to know. When Lennie killed Curley’s wife, George was finally fed up, and so was everyone else. He had reached his breaking point with Lennie, and so had everyone else. Lennie obviously was too mental to know what he was doing just like the time before that when he would not let go of that woman’s dress.
Locked in a dormitory which became my only survival resource, for the disaster and dystopia that surrounded me in every inch of my eye, and which soon became my worst fear in the entire planet, death. Terrifying, frightening and alarming was the ambiance that was perpetuated in my conscience. Unimaginable nights when a single room became the aegis of my brother and myself from the violence and murder, which suddenly portrayed as hell in my perspective. Liberty and freedom had become slavery, and for one moment, I even thought if this was worth a better future. Worth risking the lives of my family.
Jerry is that one character that had a huge impact on me. I think in many ways he had an impact on many people he didn 't go with the crowd and he did pay the punishment for that. Jerrys disturbed the universe caused a lot of trouble in the all boys school of Trinity. He had a small influence on the other boys, but it was one Jerry Vs. all the vigils. He didn 't stand a chance.
The teacher was doing everything he could to make my life hell, and he succeeded many times. One of his major schemes was moving me. You ended up sitting at the table with the popular gang. The ones who would always talk and never listen to the teacher. I could tell that you hated them with passion from the look of disgust you would constantly throw at them, that is when you thought no one was looking.
That’s what happened in the novel “frankenstein” written by Mary Shelley. There was a monster that appeared to be horrifying. He was so ugly, he scared off his creator Victor. He was so ugly all the townspeople feared him and drove him into hiding. He was never given the chance to grow and be around people.
Rico heard a noise behind that door down the hall. The dark, spooky, never quiet hall. The hall whose doors house mentally insane people. People who scream day in and day out, tearing at their bonds, wanting to escape. But today was different.
In Heathcliff’s childhood, he was treated as servant by Linton and Catherine, but now he has is own servant. In addition, in his childhood, due to his dark skin, he was never been accepted by his adobpted family. He was also called the “gipsy”, “wicked boy”, and “villian”. His growing of selfishness and dignify can define his class has been totally changed. However, Heathcliff’s violent acts, and threats support the fact that he can be a real beast.