Well, aside from being a clone, Matt is an ordinary guy. Matt struggles with a lot of things like bullies, prejudice, making friends, love, growing older, and making important decisions for himself, just like you and I. Maybe what makes Matt so related is that he always tries to do the right thing no matter what. For example; his friendship with his new friend Fidelito. When Matt finds out that the orphan boys are given food in only proportion to how much work they got done that day, Matt sees this as extremely unfair and steps in.
This causes these two men to live with discomfort, which leads them to become irrational and cloistered. Tom does not have a healthy relationship with his mother because he emotionally limits himself; Tom creates tension between him and his mother by not opening himself up to
One reason for this is, “If I could read and write, I would help you become smarter Laddy.” Another reason why Tam Lin is a good guy is when He takes him out to the field and wants to have fun and talk to Matt about some things. The last reason why I think Tam Lin was a good guy is that he cared for Matt when other people like El Patron didn’t want anything to do with him. That’s why I think Tam Lin is a great guy and meant to bring no harm to the world. I think of the book was going to go on, I think Matt would risk himself to free all the eejits because he seems like he really wants them free. I think he would succeed then someone would find something to do with them.
Matt is, however, very curious and yearns to meet other children, but the fear instilled in him is still present. Farmer shows the reader how desperate Matt is for others to interact with when she describes, “He sprawled over the pillows and pretended to feed the stuffed dog, the teddy bear, the rabbit… For a while this was fun, but then a hollow feeling began to grow inside Matt. These weren’t real animals. He could talk to them all he liked. They couldn’t understand.
Thus, the self-control and impulse veers out of hand and places harm in everyone’s and everything’s way. The three main relationships or connections in the novel are Lennie and George’s forced friendship, Curley’s lack of human connection of friendship with loneliness, and Lennie's lack of self-control connection. In the forced connection, Lennie and George constantly have disagreements and arguments, Curley’s lack of human connection caused external conflict within the workers. Lennie’s self-control places, people around him and the animals within his radius in danger's way. Healthy relationships can caused unity; however, the unhealthy friendships can be destroyed and cause harm and death such as in this
First of all, when Huck first discovered Jim, he acknowledged “people would call [him] a low down Abolitionist and despise [him] for keeping mum” (Twain 32). Knowing the rest of his community would despise him created an inner argument in his head. Huck grew up without the luxury of a family and home to learn the manners and habits of a normal lifestyle. But the question is whether it really is a luxury or “normal”. He began to understand the distinction between his own rights and wrongs on his own and questioned “the use you learning to do right, when it’s troublesome to do right and aint no trouble to do wrong” (69).
A stable buck, an old swamper, and even the protagonist, George, displays their desperation by always yearning for a person to talk to. Every character in the book Of Mice and of Men expresses their loneliness at some point, however, one of the most lonely characters in the book was the black stable buck, Crooks. Crooks was a secretive and misunderstood character in the beginning of the novel, however, we soon see that his actions were all based off
The monster was looking for companionship in any form he could because he was lonely and had never known the feeling of love. When Victor yet again disappoints the monster by going back on his word to create a mate for him he denies him the right given to every man. The monster becomes outraged and vows to seek revenge. There is no one to blame in the demise of both Victor and the Monster but the creator himself. “From as far back as the 1930s, it has been recognized that discord between parents has a potentially debilitating effect on children’s psychological development (Gordon)”.
In The Crucible, each character wanted to be respected, but due to gossip and the situations in the community, their dream fell through. In The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby’s only goal was to get Daisy. His goal was denied though due to the fact he could not control his natural habits and idea that he was new money. Finally, in Of Mice and Men, each character’s dreams were diminished due to the idea that the strong constantly feed on the weak, never allowing them to break from the constant cycle or stereotypes associated with them. Keeping all this in mind, as a reader, people should now caution themselves when it comes to dreaming.
Dimmesdale internal conflict was he couldn’t find peace in his life. He was always in pain because his hand was over heart. Dimmesdale could do is to make Chillingworth leave. But can’t because he doesn 't know Chillingworth is his enemy. He could go to Hester for help to see if that solves his problems.