The people of Maycomb have no sympathy for Mayella or what is happening in her broken down home until they realize a colored man is involved. Tom Robinson is innocent of this crime but citizens of Alabama would never want to admit two white people are lying and a colored man is telling the truth. “Yes, suh. I felt sorry for her, she seemed to try more’n the rest of ‘em--” (Lee 264). Tom Robinson only wanted to help Mayella with her chores out of pure kindness when Mayella kissed him.
Allie was only eleven when he died, and Holden was thirteen. People do not expect the death of a loved one to occur at such a young age, and so abruptly like Allie 's death. The smashing of the windows shows the huge impact that he had on Holden, and how upset he was that he no longer had his brother by his side. Holden was uncertain in how to deal with this upsetting change in his life, resulted in aggressive behavior. Holden was also exposed to another traumatic event in his life during his time at Pencey.
Teenagers will feel more anger and negativity about almost everything around them. In The Catcher in the Rye, Holden Caulfield’s life is a great example of negativity and anger. He had also experienced the injustice of fate - his brother died. On the night that his brother died, Holden broke all the windows in the garage with his own fists. After that day, Holden changed to a different person who is always full of anger and feels disgusted about the world.
. good-for-nothing, lazy scoundrel” (Book 3 p. 28).This disrespect for his parents from other family members angers Harry and causes him to have immense contempt for the Dursley’s. Having a family who not only insulted him, but made him wear recycled clothes, and sleep in a closet under the stairs could have made Harry into a similar person, however he is nothing like them. Despite the fact that his cousin Dudley spends his childhood bullying Harry, and his adolescent years insulting him, Harry still tries to save him in his time of need. In the summer of his 5th year, Harry is arguing with Dudley when two dementors suddenly appear and attack them.
Plot/Theme of Movie Main theme of the movie is that “Every child is special.” Every child is gifted but they are unwrapped these at different times. A teacher and a boy with learning disabilities share a special bond. This movie is about an eight year old child name Ishaan who has a neurological disorder, Dyslexia so that he can`t study and every time failed in the class. His parents and even his teachers didn`t understand his problem and always blame him that he is dumb and careless. Parents keep taunting him about his inability rather than helping him.
In particular, his father whom always ‘stride funerals’ suggesting that he is used to it, even suffers the pain of losing his son. Therefore, cries and was not able to cope with the sudden death. Taking this further, Heaney also suffers from this event and did not believe that his brother really had died. The use of word ‘corpse’ suggest that Heaney did not think the body he see is his younger brother did not believe that his younger brother had already past away and the fact that he failed attempts to save him. However, when Heaney is alone with the body, Heaney recognizes that the body is his own brother and admits his emotional attachment.
Holden, hasn’t had an easy life even though he is privileged; throughout his teenage years he has dealt with depression created by his insecurities and the hardships he has had to face (his brother dying of leukemia, possibly being molested as a child, switching school very often, etc.). In New York, many things happen to him within the few days he is spending by himself. He goes through so much he can handle that he decides to leave and “never come back,” however thanks to his sister Phoebe he decides to rejoin his family and realizes that there are things that he won 't be able to solve on his own. The book is written in Holden’s perspective, and its written a year after the events have occurred. Holden is now reunited with his family and wonders if things will get better/change as time passes.
Holden’s actions are borderline schizophrenic, a mental disorder which affects the way a person thinks and acts, with no bearing on reality. Pained by the loss of his brother, Holden has delusions that if he tells Allie to join him, then he can change the past and be a better brother. Holden relives his past through schizophrenic episodes in attempt to bring his brother back, however, his mind has been exposed to shattering pain and his life will never be the same
Throughout the novel, Holden is seen troubled by the thought of the adult world mixing with the innocent world of children. This can be seen as Holden erasing profanity. While Holden attempts to erase the “fuck you” from the wall he states that the profanity “wouldn’t come off” as it was “scratched in” which shows that he believes the adult world has been permanently stained and that once one loses their innocence there is no going back. One thing that permanently stained Holden’s own adolescence is the death of his younger brother Allie. After Allie’s passing, Holden states that he smashed all the windows in the garage resulting in permanent damage to his hand; However, the death also permanently stained Holden’s childhood innocence.