You couldn’t even bear any cars any more. I got feeling so lonesome and rotten, I even felt like waking Ackley up.”(Salinger 50). This is what causes people to be depressed, having problems with nobody being with you to help. Being at this emotional state makes Holden to be emotionally unstable. For example, sometimes he is unreasonably aggressive, shouting at Sally or trying to punch Stradlatter, at the same time being quiet and unconfident, not contacting with Jane.
The creature was never named, cared for, and even loved. Appearance is a major theme in the novel because that is why he was never named, Victor was disgusted by his looks and abandoned him. “Accursed creator! Why did you form a monster so hideous that even YOU turned from me in disgust?” (insert chapter) The creature was shocked when he first saw how wretched and hideous he was. He was watching the beautiful De Lacey family, and was horrified when he saw his appearance.
Our greatest fear is to lose everything are we reveal the truth¨ (Shavasti). Maybe he wasn 't really ill, it was just in his head. From the very start, right after the creature came to life he was not proud of it. The creature has entirely impacted his life, Victor has not yet had a happy encounter. “I was overcome by gloom and misery, and often reflected I had better seek death than desire to remain in a world which to me was replete with wretchedness”(Chapter 21, page 166).
Michelangelo was a renaissance man, meaning he was talented in many fields of work for his time and he was skillful in them. He was a painter, sculptor, engineer, poet, and architect, he is considered one of the most influential renaissance figures who applied an unparalleled impact on the advancement of Western Art. Almost every one of his works that range from sculpting to painting rank amongst the best, even to this day; and his work is one of the most detailed and organized of his time given the sheer amount of sketches and plans that still exist to this day from more than 400 years ago, it is easy to say he is the best-documented artist of the 16th century. When it comes to his preferences, he had somewhat a low opinion on painting,
He had many influences, styles, and accomplishments. Poe also had such a huge impact on society. Most people see Poe’s poems and writings as dark and twisted. Overall, he has inspired many and left a positive impact on the world. Edgar Allan Poe was known to be a widely influential being.
Franklin was working on what he called a, “flying machine”. Franklin never did finish the machine, never became rich and famous. Franklin had his life taken away and with it, his perceived goals, his perceived destiny. All of it because the unexpected knocked on his door before he was ready to expect or accept it. It's quite unfortunate, as it led Jones to an eternity of self-loathing and hate for those who are living and experiencing their dreams, while he could not.
Da Vinci studied anatomy, music, botany, engineering and art. Today he remains best known for his art, including two paintings that continue to be the world’s most famous and admired, Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. Approximately 16,438 people visit the Mona Lisa in The Louvre
Michelangelo has been regarded as one of the greatest artists of the Renaissance time period and a famous figure for artists in modern day. He was a sculptor, painter, and architect widely known to humanity. Not only did Michelangelo excel in his artistic expertise, he also became strongly influential to Renaissance society. Michelangelo, formally known as Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, was born on March 6, 1475 in Caprese, Italy, and then moved to Florence. Despite the fact that he was born in Caprese, Michelangelo regards Florence as his hometown because of the lively, artistic locales that sparked his interests.
Though his wife was very important to him, she was not his only family. Odysseus had a son. “Then, throwing his arms around this marvel of a father/ Telemachus began to weep. Salt tears/ rose from the wells of longing in both men /…so helplessly they cried, pouring out tears, /and might have gone on weeping so till sundown…” (Homer 16.99-107) Although Odysseus had only seen his son as an infant, and now seeing him for the first time as a man, he loved Telemachus dearly. It was his family whom Odysseus cherished as if they were a great treasure.
Macbeth cannot live with the fact that he did horrible deeds to achieve power, and in the end it was not even worth it. Macbeth feels like his life has no meaning, and he wasted his time on Earth with greedy, selfish desires. This idea is supported by the belief that “Macbeth finds not the release and fulfillment he had hoped for, but spiritual desolation” (Halio 251). Macbeth thought once he had enough power, everything would be perfect. However, Macbeth was never able to settle and kept wanting more, which left him unfulfilled and dissatisfied.