In dramatic literature, there is a lot to go wrong and many blame certain people and others disagree. However, there is one and only one way to describe the catastrophic stupidity that occurred within the pea sized minds of the characters in Romeo and Juliet( underlined). In the play, Romeo and Juliet, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet fall in love. By the same token, another force was at play the ancient family feud. Nevertheless, a violent feud at that which caused many misunderstandings and poor decisions to lead them down the path of blood at the families hands.
When, the harsh words Lovato received overthrew the love that was there, she became swept up in the whirlwind. Therefore, her tragic flaw that ultimately leads to her suffering is her lack of self confidence when faced with opposing forces. For the modern tragic hero, the downfall occurs when her situation with bullies spiteful words started to build up inside of her until she finally can not take it anymore. For instance, Demi’s tyrants would call her “fat”, she believed them, and would soon after develop unhealthy eating disorders, anorexia, bulimia, and so much more in the future. After Demi Lovato had done so much self harm, Lovato undergoes recognition, a shift from ignorance about her own
However, he spirals into alcoholism; recklessly spending money on liquor rather than on provisions that would help sustain his family. His compulsive spending on alcohol is, unfortunately, a major factor keeping the Walls family in a continuous cycle of impoverishment. As a result, Jeannette Walls is forced into a life of responsibility; having to be the one who looks after her siblings, as well as being the one to regulate what little money the Walls family had; this eventually drives her to head to New
His mother gave him up as a child to an orphanage. It was at the orphanage where he experienced a ton of violence to the point that he began to crave violence. His mother then came back and got him after she became established. He became a handyman and forced into a marriage that was arranged by his mother. When his wife left him for another man, he then lost all control.
In the book “The Outsiders” two of our main character’s died because of bad parenting. There are a lot of examples of bad parenting in “The Outsiders”. If parents would have either listen or not abused their child some of our characters might still be alive. However, bad parenting can also an absence of limits on children , like one of the character in the novel Bob.
Taking Prue home the girl discovered what disgust and hatred were. Her step-mother saw her as a horrible reminder of her husband 's infidelity. Her siblings saw her as a threat to their future fortune. And all Prue wanted was a family, and to not feel so alone. But that didn 't matter; they treated her like the mess you swept under the rug.
Childhood; it's one’s foundation and when that foundation crumbles it tends to leave a lasting effect. When a child has nothing but shattered pieces to base their life on its hard to pick up those pieces when no one is around to help. In Kathy Ackers short stories “Great Expectations” and “My Mother: Demonology” both of the main characters have their childhoods shattered by their mothers, who are normally the ones who are there to pick up the pieces, not smash them into smaller pieces. Acker uses the postmodern element paranoia to parallel how mother-daughter relationships are ever changing and create emotional damage to childhood, which in turn sticks with a child all their life. Postmodern elements of paranoia are present in “Great Expectations”
They have all dealt with hard moments in their lives (for example: Alaska’s mother passing away, Takumi’s grandmother passing away when he was about to visit her and Chip’s mother struggling to keep her family alive) and are trying to cope with the situation, even if it happened ages ago, and strive to become an overall better person. The Weekend Warriors are your stereotypical antagonists. Most villains and antagonists are the bullies of stories and they are exactly that. This is shown when they tape Miles and throw him in a lake, a typical bully move. As for The Eagle, he is your stereotypical teacher.
Mary Shelley dealt with a lot; she never really knew her mother and the only mother figure in her life disliked her. Her bad decisions led to the alienation of her family and hometown. Her own relationship felt wrong because of how it began. Mary Shelley’s relationship with her parents, her husband and her influence of other writers led her to create her most famous novel. Her feelings of being abandoned and disowned were expressed in the Creature’s short life.
As a child, Jeannette Walls moves around constantly with her family. The Walls family would move to different desert towns and settle as long as Mr. Walls can hold a job. When sober, Mr. Walls represents a charismatic father who loves his children and teaches them important life skills. He encourages imagination inside of the Walls kids and often captures their dream and creativity. Together, the family had planned to build a glass castle that contains all of the family’s hope and inspiration.
This novel shows the story of a young male by the name of Tom Brennan who is forced to move from where he lives when his brother Daniel becomes the perpetrator in a horrible accident. Much like in the Australian story In my Little Town this novel in centred all around a terrible car crash caused by a young male. In The Story of Tom Brennan one of the main times where the line between perpetrator and victim can be blurred is with the character Claire. Claire probably was the reason Daniel started become aggressive and crazy which is what lead up to the accident because she broke up with him while he was drunk before the accident occurred. This part of the book shows that Claire could be partly responsible for the accident and could probably be also a perpetrator in this situation.
S. E. Hinton 's novel The Outsiders, Hilton includes two characters that only care for eachother. They have many similarities, they both have abusive parents and they both place little value on their lives. However they have many differences. Dally gets in trouble a lot with the fuzz, johnny on the other hand is shy, always looks like something is bothering him. Johnny ends up dying but he dies a hero, Dally dies a hoodlum, he attempts to pull a unloaded gun on the fuzz but dies as soon as he does it.