Luke feels left out and should have a choice to be a citizen and go outside no matter what the law says. The tone in the “Among The Hidden” is sad and lonely.It is sad and lonly because Luke is forced to stay inside a black room with no windows or light. The darkness of his room explains the sad and scary tone. “He hadn’t left the house in a week now, and could almost hear the outdoors calling him.”(Haddix p24) The author really explains how luke had no fun and never sees the light. “But now he wasn’t even allowed in the same room
Also Guido never shows Joshua the real sadness and pain he is feeling after the long day of hard work. On the other hand, Eliezer and his father both go through the sadness of the camps. They never shield each other and go through the pain of losing his mother/wife at the beginning of the camp (Wiesel, 2006). There is so much sadness and pain in the camp that it drives Eliezer crazy and he
Also on page 166, it states that his teammates ignored everything going on. This means that Perry had no one to talk to, making him lonely. I’m sure that this really affected the way he saw his teammates. The last example I have of traumatization is the stress. Perry had to juggle keeping himself safe, making sure his family was okay, schoolwork, and basketball all at once.
It is violent in the first chapter when the socs jump Ponyboy for walking home by himself. The socs had tackled Ponyboy to the ground and pulled a knife on him. The book says, “It occurred to me then that they could kill me.” (Hinton 6 PDF). If the greasers hadn’t come to save Ponyboy, the socs might’ve badly hurt Ponyboy. Another time people were violent was during the rumble.
Vickers’ home socially isolates him: “You get careless living alone like this” (Ross 420). Vickers is noticeably alienated by his house. He does not put an effort into cleaning up because no one ever comes to visit him. Secondly, Vickers proves his isolation by pushing away a girl who used to live with him.
It was impossible to tell where the shreds of his saturated coveralls ended and the ragged flesh began.”（Heller, 1961:436) He was scared, nervous and desperate. The event that has so traumatized Yossarian does not recede into the past as Yossarian moves through time; rather, he continually returns to it, unable to escape. In this novel, he has subjected himself and his friends to various illness, refused to enjoy fruit because it might make him healthy, and endured rather unpleasant hospital stays-all for the sake of not having to fly
“Call me Shane” is all he says . He does not ever clarify who is he or where he came from. Throughout the book Shane gives off a mysterious vibe and never seems to actually warm up to anyone. Although he cares for Joe and his family,he doesn 't stay long and when he leaves he doesn 't say goodbye. Shane 's past has made it to where he doesn 't ever really get close to anyone or share who he really is , which shows that
His mother is no longer able to mentally function as she never interacts with Grendel, and the humans he interacts with fear him, so he gets no real interaction from anyone. Consequently, Grendel describes himself as only existing and everything else is just imagination. Isolation takes a toll on the mentally of most people, so it isn’t illogical to assume that Grendel is breaking down from his seclusion. He is arguing with himself over his own thoughts as shown on page 3 of the novel: “Not, of course, that I fool myself with thoughts that I'm more noble. Pointless, ridiculous monster crouched in the shadows, stinking of dead men, murdered children, martyred cows.
Grendel, due to his ancestry, lives in exile, “…haunting the marches, marauding round the heath / and the desolate fens” (Heaney 103-104). He lives a life in isolation, away from the presence of human civilization, which in turn brings an impact as to how he acts and feels. He brings chaos and grief to the people of Danes for years simply because his exile formed him into a hateful being. “…for who could be blind / to the evidence of his eyes, the obviousness / of the hall-watcher’s hate?” (140-142). Grendel reacts with violence when he becomes enraged at the constant celebrating of the Danes, then sneaking into Heorot at night to murder the men in their sleep.
Crooks is an all alone, isolated character in Of Mice and Men, he is so isolated that he isn 't allowed in the bunkhouse because of his skin color and this loneliness and isolation affects him. When Lennie comes into Crooks ' room Crooks says "You got no right to come in my room. This here 's my room. Nobody got any right in here but me." Loneliness affects him here because he isn 't allowed in the bunkhouse so he has his own cabin and when Lennie comes in he isn 't used to people and he gets frustrated with Lennie.