Sanders realizes this objective positively when he writes about situations that arouse the audience's emotions. He does not isolate his argument with only one example, instead he uses many examples that appeal to emotion and ethics. For example, he writes about men who: laboured with their bodies, soldiers, and men from earlier bloodlines who had to strife with a society that broke them down like mules. Audiences can apply themselves, or empathize with the examples presented while they adhere to logical standard. He writes many of the horrific tolls on the labourers bodies such as: “hands tattooed with scars” (page 330), “guts weak from hernias” (page 330), “finicky backs” (page 330), and how only “women lived to old age” (page 331).
Remarque includes sections throughout the novel that emphasize this deep bond that the soldiers share with one another. At the beginning of the novel, Remarque begins by sharing the close bond the comrades’ share with one another. The bonding between them has already started as Paul notes that activities such as using the bathroom in public bothers the new recruits, however they have come to realize there are much worse things in this war than their modesty. Himmelstoss’s extreme discipline and punishments also strengthens the Company’s
Throughout the novel One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey, tragedy and sacrifice go hand in hand. This is specifically seen in the character of Randall Patrick McMurphy, the tragically flawed patient. McMurphy comes to the ward thinking he would be out in a few months and that nothing could ever go wrong. Because of this, he came to the ward strong minded and with pride. Although the competition of power between him and Nurse Ratched made things hard for McMurphy to stay stable.
After fifteen years, Gene realizes that the problem was not Finny but himself, and he discovers his peace and happiness now that he has fought his war. In A Separate Peace, Gene’s envy and imitation of Finny helps him discover and find peace within himself. Corruption comes from the struggles and feelings within. Failure only comes from inner thoughts, feelings, and actions. Growing up is a part of life.
In the book The Outsiders written by S.E Hinton has been and still is a favorite among its readers, the book focuses on group identity and individuality. I connected with the book because it shows how close friends can be, they can be almost family. Over time the character Johnny has developed, he became more brave and was willing to kill someone to save his friends and himself, he is intuitive, selfless and optimistic. Johnny thinks that there is still good in the world no matter what happens. Johnny often feels afraid, he doesn’t want to go home because of what his parents do to him.
However, Jekyll’s good psyche was quick to act and regain control of their mind. Months later, when Utterson is reading the full statement of the case, he discovered that “[t]he power of Hyde seemed to have grown with the sickliness of Jekyll” (Stevenson 62). Jekyll has become sick literally and metaphorically from Hyde. The actions of Hyde in the murder caused Jekyll to become mentally ill from the constant fear of Hyde’s power. Jekyll is also “sick” with himself for creating the monster Hyde has become.
They’re both virtues, we see both of these virtues come out Conrad after having many bad nightmares throughout the night calls Dr.Berger and says “ I need to see you” (Guest 219). This shows that Conrad isn’t afraid or skeptical about Dr.Berger anymore. He finds the bravery to call and tell him that he needs help. After Dr.Berger says yes, Conrad rushes to go see him and bursts out everything he is feeling. This shows honesty which is another one of the virtues, honesty gets you through a lot of situations and in this case it is getting Conrad through a bad night but also a much needed sit down to clear things up about how he is feeling.
As for the students, many of them had negative behaviour and no desire to study, but Rose noted their true personalities and says that they weren't just troublemakers. Also, the author says that in his life disaster happened: his father died. This time, a new teacher came at Rose's school. Rose admired this teacher, and understood that he was the best teacher in this school. Through hard work and the support of this new teacher, Rose ended up going to college and discovered who he really was.
This article is about a program that helps veterans who suffer from PTSD live their daily lives without having to be cautious of their surroundings nonstop. PTSD can be minimized if you get the right treatment. As Jesse Tanner says “there is a way out of it, you can lie your life again” (Wounded Warriors, Healing Hounds). This shows how there is a way to minimize your PTSD because Jesse Tanner talks about how the program helped him barely notice it. When you are going through bad times your stress and mood can be lifted because of the program.
In the end we can conclude that, Discrimination within the novel has a negative impact on many of the characters mental stability, wellbeing and the feeling of being safe , it is unfair and makes the characters question themselves and their surroundings, and it also results in war, death and being an outcast. Therefore discrimination is not only a dangerous thing in the old society but in today’s society