He was always worrying, he never had enough, and was troubled. Willy`s mental health stood in the way of his happiness because he ignored it vigorously. Willy wanted material things which is why he never achieved his version of happiness. Happy’s name is very ironic because he was not happy for the most part.
The two poems contain complimentary warnings with Prufrock’s being in real time and the Hollow Men’s coming after the decline of humanity. In Prufrock’s love story, we see the consequences of indecisiveness in the context of one man: the realization life has been purposeless and devoid of meaning. But the Hollow Men’s cautionary tale depicts the effects of societal inaction and indecision: a world devoid of reality and meaning with its whole population bound up, blind and immobile. The men failed to use their voices and now are mute. They failed to use their eyes and now are blind.
At the beginning of the story, Neddy is disillusioned and unable to comprehend that he has moved and that he is experiencing financial problems. However, by the end of the story, it is apparent that he has been in a state of self-denial.” Not only does the Lucinda River lead Neddy to self-realization, it reveals to the reader the state of denial Neddy was in. Neddy’s suppressed memories eventually reveal themselves, although he did not want them to do so. Neddy’s attempts to run away from his problems, ultimately fail and leave him outside his house, in tears. Although there are many different varieties of figurative language found in "The Swimmer", imagery may be one of the most important.
Love and a Question lacks of figurative speech because it is more a direct narration than a poem with deeper meaning. The story itself tries to narrate a story with a introduction, climax or conflict, and a denouement in a poetic way. In addition, symbolism is mainly from the term “Stranger” representing how the speaker can’t recognize himself, was doubtful about his love and didn’t know what to do to avoid a major loss. With the devices and clues, the reader can infer that the speaker shows a negative tone and an attitude of grief, regret or distress because he was loosing what he probably loved the most, questioned their love, and it was to late to avoid it. “The bridegroom came came forth into the porch with, ‘Let us look at the sky, a And question what of the night to be, Stranger, you and I.’” and “To mar the love of two By harboring woe in the bridal house, the bridegroom wished he
Being different from society often leads to exclusion and the over complication of even the smallest things. Due to a constant existing fear of society 's response to what an individual may feel, an individual may maintain a feeling of isolation and would not want to demonstrate their feelings. When someone is different, they question every move they make because of how everyone else might react to the situation. T.S. Eliot’s poem, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”, is about a well educated and modern man who wants to ask a woman a very significant question.
Since Edgar was born, he has been rejected by many men he knew. Edgar’s original father left the family before Edgar was born due to “disappointment,” his step-father, John Allan, hated Edgar as his adopted son, and even men who judged his poems and stories disapproved publishing Edgar’s works. Throughout Edgar’s life, this was another of the large impacts in his literary creations. In the “Tell Tale Heart,” it incorporates how the narrator loves an old man, but obsessively wanting him gone due to his frightening eye. Edgar wanted to get along with other men, but never respected them because of their attitude towards Edgar.
People without moral always had a hard time to make others trust them. Sometimes, their lack of morality makes them suffer during their entire life. Moreover, people without moral do not care about others. They are more likely to be selfish and participate any type of corruption. They do not have time to enjoy their life because of they always on self-defend for things they do wrong.
Battles mainly focusses on the depiction of the characters, and assumes that a lack of cultural framework is one of Kipling 's major point of criticism on Empire. “[N]atives and English stare at each other across gulfs of miscomprehension” (Battles 341). Strickland and his companion do not understand the happenings. For them, “the affair was beyond any human and rational experience” (Kipling 301). They have their suspicions but are afraid to say it out loud, as it would not correspond to their ideologies.
Holden is trying to stay away from society to help deal with his depression. He chooses to protect himself and his family from the bitter adult world that he no trust for. Society itself lacks the ability to accept Holden, this make Holden distraught and scornful towards society. Holden gives no urge of the world to change. This greatly contrasts with Holden search through the book to be able to comprehend society, but still fines no understanding towards society.
The magnetism that each culture holds for Walcott causes a tension which augments as the poem continues. The poet is unable to adopt the culture of his origin because of his sense of divided loyalties. It is all because of this ambiguity faced by the poet which does not resolve the paradox of his hybrid