”The Sandman” is a film about a creature who sneaks into a child 's house. He taunts them, then sprinkles dust on their eyes and takes their eyes. Setting plays a big part in the creation of mood Gothic Fiction. All of the texts are similar because the story takes place at night in large houses. The stories take place at night because it makes the story be creepy.
These dreams are the fantasies that people in prison are dreaming up, so when analyzing it on a psychological level there is some reason why they are in prison in the first place. They obviously did something wrong and so these fantasy lives are what they could have had if they had not screwed up and gotten into prison. Even in the dreams themselves the people are lonely as we can see in “The meanest Cop in the World” when Himes says, “and then she looked into Jack’s eyes and knew … that Jack was only lonely” (Himes 209). The guys loneliness is even prevalent in his fantasy dreams. Going back to the first story “On Dreams and Reality” the main character is unhappy when he gets out because of the fantasy he has in which he is a good person who was not in jail.
Bette’s mother, finds out that Bette didn't get the lead role. She is drunk and angry. “But mother, it’s not like I’m understudy.” I feel bad for Bette, having a mother who want all of her children to be basically the same. “They each have their own challenges- June doesn’t know who her father is, and her mother is super intense demanding that if June isn’t getting lead roles in the student performances, or else she’ll need to leave the school.” She also doesn’t
They’re the three that give sense to the reading. The theme of brutality it’s introduce to the reader on the early chapters of the book, and it is exposed throughout the rest of the books. Brutality is a very important theme on this book because it shows how bad humans can be to each other. There are several examples of brutality through this book but the first big one happened when moshe the bottle gets back from his exile and he describes to atrocities the gestapo did to the jews, in the words of Moishe the Beadle “Without passion or haste, they shot their prisoners, who were to approach the trench one by one... infants were tossed into the air and use as targets for the machine gun.”(6). Brutality started increasing as the
This is presented in Night and “Life is Beautiful.” Night leaves a feeling of disperse and devastation when the book is over, “One day when I was able to get up, I decided to look at myself in the mirror on the opposite wall. I had not seen myself since the ghetto. From the depths of the mirror, a corpse was contemplating me. The look in his eye as he gazed at me has never left me” (Wiesel, 2006, P. 115). A quote like that leaves an impression, an emotional sucker-punch to the gut that leaves a feeling of sickness that lasts.
Just after Montag tells Mildred about the books he was hiding she got very upset and, “Then, moaning, she ran forward, seized a book and ran toward the kitchen incinerator. He caught her, shrieking. He held her and she tried to fight away from him, scratching” (63). Mildred is upset
The main character in Fahrenheit 451, Montag, is not responsible for his inability to have deep feelings. After reflecting on his first conversation with Clarisse, Montag has a tough time realizing that “he [wears] his happiness like a mask” around his friends and family. Montag has even fooled himself into thinking that he is happy and it is challenging for him to discover what he really feels. The government has made him this way because in their society everyone needs to be happy so to him it is an expectation to feel this way. When Mildred explains her relationship with Montag “ he [feels]like he [wants] to cry” however, nothing happens.
The strengths make the book inspiring and popular such as its adaptation into a movie and the recognition and praise of different readers worldwide. This is a unique and a heart-wrenching story of two lovers. Both are relatable with enlightening words or statements for life. There are weaknesses that seemingly gather my attention, but weakness is just a term which means a need for improvement. The strengths overcome these weaknesses as seen through the book’s success.
Then during their time together, she seduces him, and he falls into a coma for many months, only to live the same dream repeatedly. Then when he wakes he finds himself on the hillside he dreamed about, all alone. Where he realizes he should have known she wasn’t human, and that he was clearly taken advantage of. In both short stories each character undergoes a change, after coming into contact with a