Ponyboy learns from Randy Adderson, a Soc who is trapped by stereotype threat, that their lives are not as perfect as he expected it to be and they too face problems. In addition, Ponyboy tries to act tough and fit in with the rest of gang, but his Greaser companions, such as Two-Bit Matthews, teach him to embrace his own characteristics which sets him apart from
His rebellion appears to have more disadvantages than advantages as it complicates his life in many cases. It leads him into making uninformed decisions. It is, therefore, true to say that Sammy 's rebellion in the John Updike 's A & P is more futile than heroic and only makes negative complications in his life. Sammy’s rebellion can be seen from the beginning of the story to the end. He openly shows a negative attitude towards almost everybody, including the customers.
Being different from society often leads to exclusion and the over complication of even the smallest things. Due to a constant existing fear of society 's response to what an individual may feel, an individual may maintain a feeling of isolation and would not want to demonstrate their feelings. When someone is different, they question every move they make because of how everyone else might react to the situation. T.S. Eliot’s poem, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”, is about a well educated and modern man who wants to ask a woman a very significant question.
In the beigining of the book it is shown that Ralph and Jack have very difrent veiws on life on the island. Than Jack gains independes and other boys join him in his independens. When war brakes out between the two tribes Jacks tribe develeps a bolder they could drop on enemys that they use on Piggy during the big battle. Afrer Ralphs alies fall he rus away and when Jacks tribe are trying to find Ralph they burn the island without a secont thought. All of this violece may have been avodet if Jack and Ralph had not been so difrent.
In summary, Sinclair’s the Jungle tackles problems about the capitalist system and uses instances of literary elements to connect two concepts, like animals in the Slaughterhouse and immigrants in the US, but these are not Sinclair’s primary concern. Upton Sinclair wrote the Jungle with a desire for money. This claim is proven by the overwhelming instances of impossible levels of misfortune, excessively gory imagery, and disturbing descriptions of the food you eat and how it’s truly prepared. The main character’s dad dies, then his wife, then his son, from drowning in mud, then his other family member gets eaten by rats. To have that many horrible things happen to one family is impossible.
(MIP-2) From certain experiences, Montag comes to realize that he’s not actually happy with his life because he discovers that it lacks genuine, valuable, or humane relationships, eventually driving him to find the truth about his society by making him think about and question it. (SIP-A) Montag realizes from his experiences with Clarisse that his relationships in his life lack genuity, value, or humanity. (STEWE-1) From one of his first experiences with Clarisse, Montag feels something that he realizes he never felt before in his daily life. He ponders to himself, "How rarely did other people's faces take of you and throw back to your own expression, your own innermost trembling thought?" (Bradbury 8).
This leads to division between the boys and they shift from a democracy with rule to an anarchy with no rules or order, turning them into savages and committing detrimental actions for the society. People need order and rules because without them we turn into savages and kill our own species. One can observe the savagery of the children when Robert is acting as a pig they just viciously killed whom was a mom feeding her babies. They celebrate this by making a circle around Robert and reenacting the scene. “The circle moved in and around.
They may concern about their own importance and show off their need for other people to put an attention on them. People with this disorder are thinking they are deserve to be treated better than other people. 8 Avoidant personality disorder People with a avoidant personality disorder will shows shy personality. They are socially inhibited, feels inadequate and is extremely sensitive to rejection. They desire for a close relationships with others, but they are lacking confidence to form a close relationship with others 9 Dependent personality disorder People with a dependent personality disorder have no confidence for them to be independent.
To further support my point the story reaches a comical climax in the dinner scene, in which the detectives eat the cooked lamb’s leg and discuss the opportunity of finding the blunt tool used to kill poor Patrick. Subsequently the action of the story begins to rise as Mary patently waits for her husband to return and continues to increase as it becomes clear that he is preparing to start the matter of divorce. Hence the falling action become interesting because she already killed her husband and wants to cover everything so she acts as an innocent woman as she sees her husband’s friends which are officers, and tries to hide the weapon by making them eat the leg’s lamb. Moreover, the story is expressed from the third person limited omniscient point of view so that the readers can see warmth, cleanliness, and scene of the story through Mary’s eyes. Indeed Mary has shown as a harmless domestic character at
Ralph, from Lord of The Flies, by William Golding, struggles between doing the right thing and doing what’s wrong. After being stranded on an island with a few dozen boys, conflict quickly emerges. There is an unsaid thirst for power by the oldest two boys: Ralph and, the antagonist, Jack. When given the problem of hunger, they both go to hunt, and are faced with a wild pig. The boys decided not to slain the pig because [They knew very well why he hadn’t; because of the enormity of the knife descending and cutting into living flesh; because of the unbearable blood.