Hooper’s fiancé Elizabeth was supposed mary him which she doesn’t after the former hides his face from the public. Still she spends her time taking good care of Hooper as she had some strong feelings for him. Mr. Revrend Hooper is the protagonist of the story who is displayed as a young preacher in the small town of Milford. one pleasant morning he comes out of his door wearing a black veil which hides his entire face but the mouth and everybody is just surprised to see this act of him. accordin to the protagonist it is just to reaveal the fact that everybody needs to accept their own sins and the way in which they hide their personally committed sins from the public .
This is achieved through mocking the possibility of his son falling short of expectations given his advantages. Lines 41-42 explicitly state this by asking “can there be anything more mortifying than to be excelled by them?” (“them” being Chesterfield’s son’s peers), this quote is extremely condescending to say the least. However the statement is also presents some of Chesterfields own values. It is not enough to merely do well in something, success is defined by exceeding all of one’s own fellow peers. In addition Chesterfield follows up his point in lines 43-45 directly addressing his son by saying “your shame and regret must be greater than anybody because everybody knows the uncommon care which has been taken to your education,” the careful use of language illustrates his point.
It takes the loss for him to face the fact he is just a “by-products of a lifestyle obsession.” In Tyler’s opinion, people would rather discuss the celebrity gossip and follow the trend such as TV with five hundred channels and the brand name of the underwear rather than something more serious such as murder or poverty. By using these ordinary examples, Tyler gives the narrator an ironic lesson that, “The things you own, they end up owning you.” On the flip side of this statement, it means that only after losing everything, one can get the real freedom. Tyler pauses for few seconds before providing this lesson because that is the basic but essential thing he wants the narrator to keep in mind. The enlightening look of the narrator when Tyler said “Stop being perfect, let’s evolve” reveals his internal transformation (Fincher). From that moment, he starts a new life without the control of consumerism.
Sean shows Will the pictures of him after he was whipped by his guardians and taken into defensive administrations. Will has never seen these photos and this places him in an extremely defenseless place and there is no spot he can cover up. Sean is not quite the same as different psychologist and individuals throughout his life in light of the fact that he pushes Will to either talk, or stay noiseless for their treatment sessions. Sean is a specialist and an individual who thinks about Will 's prosperity and reveals to him that he isn 't going
The sheriff feels sorry for miss quentin This shows that the times of always siding with the man are starting to change “I’m Jason Compson, see if you can stop me. See if you can elect a man to office that can stop me loves him and that he has power over everyone Jason doesn 't really seem to believe in god or the concepts of christianity even though he is supposed to be a proper southern boy. When Jason gets hit the only thing he really cares about and the thing he fixates on is the fact that there is no blood. I don 't think he wants to see the blood because it reminds him that he is in fact human and reminds him of his family bloodline and the possibility that he could in fact be the end of it ” pg 199. Jason really believes in his heart that he is the greatest and that he can do no wrong, the part about electing someone talks about how he thinks the entire world For the first time in his life jason seems just about to give up due to his headache He is mad because he has been outwitted by the ‘weaker
He illuminates how people should act and how they should not act. Individuals should segregate themselves from the unholy people to secure a firm relationship with god himself. God will help keep you on a straight and narrow path to redemption as long as you love and trust in god. Finding yourself is necessary to find god as many Christians learned. As he passed through Egypt and nearby towns and sent many people who could not find themselves and would not accept the lord to the everlasting fire.
Consequently, the only way they felt was suitable to vent this subdued anger was to return to their upmost primitive and instinctive form of violence. Fight Club thus served as an opportunity for men to fight back their losing touch with masculinity, and became the key for the protagonist, Jack, to achieving his identity. For his charismatic alter-ego Tyler Durden, physical violence becomes the direct answer as well as the necessary foundation for masculinity, and he therefore reinforces the belief of enabling men to reclaim their identities through the literal damage to their present selves, and become “carved out of wood” (51). The narrator, seeing in Tyler all the qualities he admires yet lacks himself, subjects himself to the works and ideologies of Tyler. Jack’s idolization of Tyler is established the very moment they meet in the novel on a beach, where Tyler, exhibiting all the trademarks of virility, is countlessly associated with words of “perfection”.
Boo Radley transforms from appearing as a mysterious and reserved monster to being recognized as a real hero because of the events concerning his uncertain past and the slow, yet sure build up of trust to where he finds the confidence, and capability to save Jem and Scout from Bob Ewell’s attack. Rumors spread quickly throughout Maycomb, and one of the most mysterious and alluring is the one of the monster, Boo Radley. Few people know the truth behind Boo’s reasons for his seclusion-- most of those such as Atticus Finch refuse to speak openly on the matter, especially in front of the children. Because many do not know how accurate the myths are, they assume his life story,
In other words, both these stories are based on actual men that realized the sovereignty of God and called out to Him in their affliction. The difference in their responses from God reflected the attitude in which they called out to him. Jonas submitted himself while Stephen fell slightly short of blatantly demanding God’s intervention. Demanding and submitting are obviously two very different approached. Thus, as I have said earlier when man is confronted by Mother Nature, the only way that man can find stability in an otherwise unstable environment is by submitting to God and recognizing his