An example of internal conflict is when Roy hit Boyd. Roy had so many things running through his head and he couldn 't "control his mind" and he ended up killing a man (38). After the incident, Roy continued to go downhill. He loses his job, divorces Dorothy and "drinking was involved in that." (39).
Unfortunately, he was unable to see his family due to rebels attacking. His mental state was heavily damaged at that point. Waiting years to see your family again just to see them killed is truly depressing. When Ishmael started to train as a boy soldier, he soon became determined to avenge his family. This is shown when the lieutenant was brainwashing Ishmael, telling them to kill the one that killed their family.
Boo Radley represents a symbolic mockingbird because he was seen as a psychopath who lives alone, even though he ended up becoming a distant father figure to Jem and Scout. First, Boo becomes recognized by the kids as a perpetrator, and a man with blood on his hands. He has been reputed to have stabbed his father in the leg with scissors. Boo was only imagined this way. One night when Jem and Scout were fastly walking home, Bob Ewell, the nearby resident who drinks too much, tries to kill the kids.
Eventually, this caused Shrek to snap thus sending him into a burst of rage. Shrek finally walked out the door being followed by his wife, Fiona. The couple had an argument about Shrek’s actions, which caused him to wish that he did not rescue Fiona. Upon hearing this argument, Rumpelstiltskin plotted his revenge. Shrek is then seen walking in the forest where he stumbled upon a man, Rumpelstiltskin, trapped under his carriage.
I will explore the theme of violence through characters such as Johnny,Dally and Bob and analyse the emotional and physical damage caused by the violence in this novel. These characters inflict and/or suffer from physical, emotional and verbal violence. Johnny was described as “"a little dark puppy that has been kicked too many times and is lost in a crowd of strangers.” Violence had scarred him, physically and emotionally. He had been harmed by violence up to the point where he was “scared of his own shadow.” All his life Johnny has been insulted, ignored and abused. He’s been told how he has no value by his parents,which emotionally impacted his confidence and self
This happened because Javert gave him a slip of paper marking him as a ‘dangerous’ man. He also told him he’d need to meet with a parole officer frequently. Then Valjean steals candlesticks and is let off the hook, after which he rips up the letter and breaks parole, and after five years, he becomes the mayor of the town where Javert is an inspector. After witnessing the mayor’s incredible strength, Javert begins to suspect Valjean. Valjean promises to himself that he’ll look after Fantine.
He feels like a victim. Because he is always in denial and tends to blame others, he always feels like he is the victim of some injustice. 11. He is dependent. Although he fears domination, he is dependent, indecisive, nonassertive, and unsure of himself.
Fear can make us do things we 'd never thought we 'd do. Some of us, let fear control our actions. For example, how the seventh man let fear get the best of him so instead of saving his best friend, he abandoned him and took off running. The seventh man was harsh on himself, he held in the darkness and guilt from that event until his latest years. He woke up drenched in sweat screaming.
An upright officer who fought against the system ended up being suspended and lived as a great drunkard on the streets. That officer fought against a seasoned criminal, Rama Shetty, who operates all illegal business, has top political and police contacts, so gets away from all crimes. Anant runs into him, he personally hates this man. Upon getting a proof, he sets out to arrest Rama Shetty, but is chastised and abused by his senior on the phone in front of all. He is left shattered, furious and deeply hurt.
This is shown when Ponyboy runs away due to the physical violence of his brother, Darrel Curtis. This reaction, sparked by a negative family member, led to many consequences such as the death of Johnny and Dally. The second quote shows their family bringing and joining together. “Instead of me and Darry pulling him apart, he’d be pulling us together.” (177) This quote shows the Curtis family bringing together and realizing their own issues. The reunion of family led to a change in the personality of a character.