This quote shows much of how Holden feels as he uses depressed and lonesome together in the novel. The way Holden feels is that when he is lonely it makes depressed. Holden tries to not be lonely and talk to anyone around him including the hat check girl. Another quote that shows
This resentment of phonies is what led Chapman to kill John Lennon on the 8th of December, 1980. To begin with, Chapman had a very unhappy childhood. Besides being the constant target of bullies, his parents’ anger towards one another infringed upon his childhood development (Mark David Chapman, n.d., para.49). “He lived in dread of his father, who would beat his mother”, and dreamt of killing him (Mark David Chapman, n.d., para.3). The reading of Salinger’s book brought a new light into his life.
Then Curley’s rage exploded. Come on, ya big bastard” (Steinbeck 62). Curley is minimizing his chances of forming a meaningful relationship every time lashes out because of his own insecurities. He is also always keeping his eye on his wife and nagging people about her whereabouts because he doesn’t want her to leave him for someone else. “If you can’t look after your own God damn wife, what you expect me to do about it?
As I explained above, when we first meet Rick Blaine he is a selfish angered person haunted by his past. However, upon going over his experiences he is able to let go of some of that anger and be a better person. Just like the main character in Invisible Man. When we first meet Invisible Man in the prologue he is a bitter person angered at society for the way events in his life happened before. He is so effected by these events that he leaves society and goes into a “hole”.
Introduction In the short story “The Scarlet Ibis”, by James Hurst, it tells about a boy and his crippled brother. Throughout the story there are many events that depicts how the brothers are different and how the narrator is embarrassed by him. The theme of this story is that pride and ego can be harmful. As soon as Doodle is born the narrator shows a sense of disappointment and hatred towards his brother. One of the first signs of the narrator's feelings is in the third paragraph when he says “It was bad enough having an invalid brother, but having one who possibly was not all there was unbearable, so I began to make plans to kill him by smothering him with a pillow.” This shows that the narrator was disappointed and horrified of having a brother who would not be all there.
His brother’s death however was not his only literal encounter with death. The second death was that of James Castle, Holden’s Classmate at Elkton Hills School. He jumped out of the window when he was mercilessly bullied by some classmates of his and ended up dying. “He was dead, and his teeth, and blood, were all over the place. He had on this turtleneck sweater I 'd lent him” (Salinger 2010 : 92), although Holden didn 't know James well enough his death still left a mark on him.
Tom Robinson is accused of raping a white woman, cursing at her and saying she was wrong on the stand. Victor is villainous because he is a disgrace to the family name by throwing up at school, gets beat up, gets an almost but not perfect score on the SAT's and try's to kill himself while his parents are on vacation, ruining their vacation. Most people are a villain at only one point in their life's. Sometimes they get away with it and sometimes they don't. Aaron Eckhart once said "You either die a hero or live long enough to become the
Jimmy Cross decided to go to war only because his friends went, this makes him become a confused and erratic leader. Jimmy was blamed for the death of Ted Lavender by many of the soldiers who trusted him. He was too in love with Martha and lost his concentration on what is more important. Shame had a crucial effect on the characters throughout the story. It forced them to face more stressful situations that will forever affect their lives.
This causes tears,anger,lonely’s,confused,unaware and misunderstanding. “He killed it my father killed it”,Jonas said to himself” (Lowry 188). Jonas felt anger for his father and the pain he feels for the baby twin. On page 168 in the giver,Jonas realized that they been playing a game of war ( Lowry). Jonas feel sad and misunderstood for the boy in war.
They are hard to understand (pg.31)”. He expressed that he didn’t really like strangers because he did not understand them he basically felt they were odd to him.He’s an introvert and I feel like he would rather keep to himself and write rather than speak to other people. I don’t think that it bothers him that he is different from everyone else. He doesn’t talk to strangers until he feels somewhat comfortable around them and if he knows for sure they’re safe to be around.