Before the trial, Steve is already scared of what the outcome is and how he might spend his whole life in jail and starts doubting his chances of being found not guilty. During the trial, Steve starts hearing the things the prosecutor is saying and sees the people who are testifying against him, which is already not putting him in a good state of mind, and this combines with him seeing his father who looks very scared of Steve, and this all gives Steve disappointment. After the trial, Steve is found not guilty and gets to return home and we next hear from him five months later where we see his father had left him and that Steve doesn’t even know who he is, which shows that he feels damaged. With all of this in mind, we can see that Steve, a dark-skinned, sixteen-year-old boy, has gone through a change from being afraid to feeling lost with himself through doubt, disappointment, and damage. Image how other people feel in
Things are horrendous throughout the war, but the real effect of it happens outside of the war. Things such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and also the loss of very close friends. Near the end of the book, Paul is the last survivor of his original classmates who enlisted. “Now if we go back we will be weary, broken, burnt out, rootless, and without hope” (Remarque 294) This captures the feelings Paul has towards the war. He feels as if he goes back to the front, he will have no motivation, no drive to fight because all of his friends who pushed him to fight, are not there
Can’t erase what written in ink. Caitlin and her dad are struggling with coping over the loss of son and brother Devon in the novel “Mockingbird” by Kathryn Erskine. The family that just keeps shrinking is being constantly reminded of Devon. The family is being forced to watch all of the news reports on the school shooter that took Devons life. For Caitlin that is what she strives for but for her dad it is his worst fear.
Eventually Salva Left and traveled to the Ifo refugee camp, but it was pretty much the same. There was never enough food and not enough medical care at the Camp. When I compare the conditions,Salva faced to the life I have now, I realize how lucky I am. Finally, Salva spent a huge segment of his life thinking he would never see his family anymore. It’s exceedingly clear to me that Salva cares about his family.
He felt that he disappointed his father and that he would be looked down upon him for it. One day he drove around a lake thousands of times thinking of how or what he could of done to achieve his father's goals. After a while living through life Norman couldn't take the pain and fear. So he decided that the world would be better off without him, and he hung himself. As you can see this novel is full of theme.
Walter was tired of being left behind so he decided to runaway from home when he was 12 years old. Time has past and Walter gets through each day. Even though he manages to get through each day, he is very lonely and wants nothing more than to have at least one friend. Walter would go on long walks looking for someone that would want to be his friend but they never ended well. For example, one time Walter came through a small village that only had three small houses.
How much can one soul endure before it snaps? Krebs proves to be testing the limits of what a heart can endure, and we see only the aftermath of the war’s effect on him. As his family closes in on him, and the world around him proves to be much different than the one he’s been accustomed to, he slowly breaks down with everyday responsibilities and affection. The town is portrayed as any typical town would be after receiving their veterans; they wouldn’t be worried about one lost soldier that didn’t make it back with the others. People of the town could only listen to war stories for so long before they became dreary and depressing.
The last example is that you have to be strong heart-rending feeling. Consequently what I’m trying to imply is if you 're surviving with a family member, or friend and they are start getting ill, you honestly can’t do much, but was by their side tried doing everything and watching them just be ill and most likely perish; you have to be emotionally strong. For example, like in the book “The Lost Boys” the boys were devastated that they left their hometown and family since Sudan was a war zone at the time. Just envisage living without my family I can’t maneuver that. In conclusion, people proceed through many ghastly moments in their life to have a better and safer life.
Victor states to Walton, “And the same feelings which made me neglect the scenes around me caused me also to forget those friends who were so many miles absent, and whom I had not seen for so long a time” (Shelley 41). Victor neglected his family while in the two year process of creating human life. While spending countless hours on his creation, Victor became ill, malnourished and sleep deprived because of the his state of mind that isolation had caused him. The amount of isolation Victor put
Sherman Alexie shows Arnold struggling with the unfairness of living in poverty many times throughout the book. Arnold has built up a hatred for the injustice that is his life; however, he takes control to decide his own fate and finds advice in one of his teachers on the reservation. Mr. P tells him “You’re going to find more and more hope the farther and farther you walk away from this sad, sad, sad reservation”(Alexie 43). Walking away from the reservation is not the challenge that Arnold faces, but it is instead the trials he faces along the way that hurt him the most. It is never clear how Arnold feels about his decision in the end, yet it becomes obvious that leaving the reservation was a positive choice for him.