Some are never the same and are in a depression for the rest of their days. Many don't understand how to cope with death and are terrified of what may happen. Many people greet death in different ways. In the story “The Crucible”, the characters react in different ways.
The way this story relates to the society is because in this story he made a big mistake that he could not help. In life people make mistakes and sometimes you can fix it and sometimes you just have to deal with the mistake that happen and just hope for the best and sometimes the mistake that has been made is not so bad after all but it was bad for him because it killed him. You never know what is going to happen in the mean
Not only was he neglected by his friends, Scrooge was also, in some sense, neglected by his father. He’d been sent away from home at a very important time of the year, and this obviously would have made the reader sad, knowing that Scrooge really didn’t have anybody whilst growing up. Perhaps not only was Dickens trying to tell the readers that pushing away people and isolating yourself was bad, but it was also bad to neglect and dismiss people because it often led to people such as
Another difference would be that Wesley was hurt physically while Jeffery was hurt emotionally. Wesley experiences physically pain such as violent beating and shooting. Jeffery, however, experienced heartbreak when he was told that he would not be permitted to spend the rest of his life with his true love. After experiencing this pain, Wesley was the only one who got back up to continue fighting for what
It was hard for Hamlet to act crazy because he was still grieving over his father 's death and his mother not showing that she cares. Hamlet also lost Ophelia which makes his situation even worse than it was because he has no one in his. No family, no girlfriend, no one. Hamlet feels betrayed by his mother and feels like he can 't trust anyone. Shakespeare gives Hamlet these struggles in the play to amplify the mental and psychological events that make the reader feel bad about what all happened to Hamlet.
Steinbeck’s characters seem to have lost their sense of purpose in life. A lot of them either developed bizarre behaviors or they simply sit around and mope. As Crooks puts it so well, “I tell ya a guy gets too lonely and he gets sick.” Obviously, Steinbeck believes loneliness is unhealthy and can lead to terrible consequences. It had not been clear as to what George did after Lennie died, but I presume he simply gave up his dream.
To begin with, before dying the creature shares how depressed he was his entire life with no one to talk to and . don't want to understand him about how he feels. “ I shall die. I show no longer feel the agonies which now consume me, or be the prey of feeling unsatisfied yet unquenched” (Shelley 166). It is clear, from the creature's point of view, that because of his appearance he was not accepted by others.
Following this both characters feel sorrow and regret in their own ways, the monster through guilt for the people he hurt and Frankenstein because his family were hurt by the being he created. By the
Households were tear apart when family members died because of the living conditions, which usually lead to a decrease in income. For Riis, it was impossible for a society to prosper considering the living conditions and closeness to death these people
Their living conditions were incredibly poor including overflowing toilets, unfinished quarters, crowds, and lacking meals. People would leave for grueling field work because they hoped it’d be better than the camp. The authors go on to tell that Jeanne loses her family completely and rapidly. Her mother grows cold, her respectable father a drunkard, and her brothers nonchalant and blunt. Many people die in this chaos and we’re truly shown how some crisis break people beyond recovery, for example ‘Papa’ her honest, hard-working father
As they began to decline as a tribe, they began to turn on each other and lose faith in those in charge. They were starving and sick, and many of them were growing upset that the fact that nothing was being done to fix the suffering and struggling. Members of the tribe began to lose respect for Sitting Bull, as he struggled to keep his people together. However, this looked like he was letting his people starve and die and tension began to grow.
“ (Hinton 128). As one can see ponyboy is going through denial in this sentence. In this sentence one can see how ponyboy acts he doesn’t want to accept the fact that johnny died. In the stages of grief the best thing to do is accept it. Grief is very hard and it 's even harder to accept that someone like Jimmy knew and love is gone for ever and Jimmy can 't bring them back to life.
Isolation and alienation can have a great impact on relationships. In “The Painted Door” by Sinclair Ross and “The Fall of a City” by Alden Nowlan, both main characters struggle with being secluded from others which affects their relationships with others. The authors use setting, symbolism, and conflict to capture and describe the influence of isolation. Both ‘The Painted Door’ and “The Fall of a City” used setting to describe the mood and the feelings of the characters. Ross describes the farm Anne lives on to be “vast and bleak a wilderness” and the “region strangely alien to life.”