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.
Blindly upset and angry, Jack grabbed Danny’s arm and raised it so he would drop the manuscript; breaking his arm. All Jack could do was apologize and feel terrible about it, he blamed it on being drunk and that he had a lapse in control. In all actuality, Jack never realizes (at least until before Chapter 21) that he is
If he lost Fleur forever, it was his own damn fault. “Gwaine, I’ve been a total fool. I caught Caron arguing with Fleur in the corridor when I came home from Abertawe. She must be the reason Fleur’s gone.” "Well, in your defense, you’ve been exceptionally drunk and dispirited, which does not help a man think clearly.” “I’ll go to Caron, and –” Gwaine held up his hand and shook his head. “No.
George 's Tea room, reality always destroys Hally 's hope, ultimately wrecking his imagination and taking him out of Sam’s protective realm. Hally “oscillate[s] between hope and despair” (15), the hope being Sam’s sanctuary and despair being reality for Hally. After experiencing the miracle of flying that kite, Hally returns back to despair, or reality’s poisonous realm, as he has “no self pity” (32) when he realizes that there won’t be a chance “of flying a kite” (31) again, especially not with his crippled dad. Hally has no hope in himself in this poisonous realm as he already has accepted himself as a failure. He knows that “when you’re enjoying yourself, someone or something will come along and wreck everything” (47).
His craving for vengeance and revenge stood in the way of his love for his sister and clouded his thoughts with hate for Marcus. He brought unnecessary fear and sorrow to Leah’s life, leaving an emotional scar, and he felt immense shame for it. Daniel’s short temper proved that consequences always follow harsh wrath. People with short tempers observe in this situation the true harm of anger and can learn from Daniel’s mistake. Daniel’s harsh words and violent actions stirred up much anger and fear and left an emotional scar never to
Emotions are complicated. They make you irrationally angry, unintentionally happy, and “I’m-really-sure-how-I-got-to-this-point” sad. One minute you're sobbing your eyes out and the next you're blood boiling angry at yourself for even letting a single tear drop. In fits of rage all people can think is “hurt, hurt, hurt”. With uncontrollable fear all people can think to do is get out of the situation.
Oedipus did not accept what was being told to him. Teiresias spoke truthfully yet Oedipus became angry and spiteful, sending Teiresias away. Not a word that was told to Oedipus was considered my him, proving his blindness and lack of consideration towards the situation. Referring back to his self blinding, Oedipus at that time had succumbed to a horrifying act instead of accepting what was shared. The news came tumbling down and his actions were severe.
Haunted by the reality of this earthquake, its ruinous effects, and the lack of reasonable explanation, Voltaire pours his anger and frustration into the creation of this story, which embodies many of the unjust incidents that he has witnessed in his lifetime such as unnecessary loss of life, limitations on free speech, and absolutism among other things. Themes of love, religious bigotry, and human suffering are amid the many themes that Voltaire focuses on throughout this narrative. The theme of love is a driving force in Voltaire’s Candide. Candide, the main character, was the “bastard child of the Baron’s sister” thus he was privileged to grow up with all
He hates the white society for not letting him pursue his dream ambition of being a pilot. He has grown up with his heart full of anger and hatred towards the growing racism in the society and he blames the society of the rich for making these thoughts as his default emotions which has remained with him throughout his life. When Daltons agree to give Bigger a job along with a room, he felt himself to be someone who is in need of charity. There is a dilemma of emotions in Bigger as he is upset with the society treating him as different from them and also when they treat him equal to themselves. ‘He hated himself at that moment.
Orlick’s constant animosity and hunger for revenge has only filled him up with negative emotions for several years, making him unhappy and unable to enjoy life. Pip was also injured in the process demonstrating how revenge harms the victim and the seeker. In the end, Orlick never fulfilled his revenge by trying to kill Pip. Instead, Pip asked, “‘Is it Pumblechook’s house that has been broken into, then?’‘That’s it, Pip,’ said Joe…‘But he knowed Orlick, and Orlick’s in the county jail’”(497). With his overflowing resentment for Pip, he decides to make a premature decision to break into Pumblechook’s house.
A radical Islamist group, nineteen men separated into groups subdued or murdered their respective crews and took control of two “United Airlines” and two “American Airlines” planes. People were unnerved by their sudden disruption to the relative safety expected upon flights. Air traffic control was able to hear the voice of a hijacker aboard one of the flights, simply explaining that if nobody moves, nobody will be hurt. They repeated that no one ought to make any stupid moves, and that they were to be returning to the airport. The sense of dread felt in each individual was what many more would soon feel.
I was angry that he went behind my back but even more so, I worry for his safety. Oh, how I wish Odysseus would return. I know that if he did, he would defeat those vexatious suitors once and for all. Antinous is the worst. He is the leader and because of that, he is the cruelest and most arrogant.