After his mother's death he is forced to run away from his village or he could be killed by anyone. Running away gives him a chance to start over his life although it would be difficult. Crispin has been shunned by other people his whole life. He has had no other people beside his mother that he could ’trust’ and so as a result, he is afraid to ask for help and is terrified of most things. “It was always hard for me to look on others” (3).
For instance, guilt is a reoccurring emotion for all the characters. Sage is a character that display a vast amount of guilt. Happiness is an emotion she feels like she does not deserve. She mentions, “While most people come for therapy, I came for punishment” (9). Her mother died during the car accident, leaving Sage the only one to survive.
They abandoned everyone in their lives, and so now they have abandoned in their afterlife. These sinners have "no hope in death" and their entire suffering is based on the fact that this is their suffering, they will never move on or advance in hell. The way Virgil describes them, in such distaste that they aren 't even worth wasting words over. These people see everyone come into hell, and no one pays them any mind, just as they did in life, they choose to be isolated, and now they suffer the ultimate isolation,
All this is just utterly irrational yet it is celebrated. Then my mother prayed and thanked god for my return. She didn’t even pray for all the other men who died in war, or those who came back damaged. All that mattered was my return. That’s when I realized that people don’t really care about the young men who lose their lives for
Elie also saw more horrific things done to others by Nazis that he had questioned the kindness in all people. Jeanne witnessed more of social injustice and was just extremely disappointed in her country, but she really did not see anything that would lead her to believe that all people have a monster inside them. Between the experiences of both Elie and Jeanne, it seems that Elie had lost the most belief in humanity, because of the great amount of oppression that he faced from the Axis powers in Germany. “Suddenly the evidence overwhelmed me: there was no longer any reason to live, any reason to fight”(Elie Weisel 99). Elie lost so much hope in humanity that he felt like there was no longer any purpose to live in his abusive life.
All her good memories about wedding is destructed when he asks her to abort the child on the day of wedding. The memories about the wedding is the worst one and she has never been married “It wasn’t a wedding…I was emptied, amputated; I stank of salt and antiseptic, they had planted death in me like a seed”(145). Because of this one traumatic movement in her life, she is unable to face her own guilt in the murder and she separates herself not only from her private past, “A section of my life sliced out off from me like a Siamese twin, my own flesh cancelled. Lapse, relapse, I have to forget” (45) but from her parents, and more crucially, from all emotion; “The other half, the one locked away, was the only one that could live; I was the wrong half, detached, terminal”
You’re lying there, suffering, living a life of pain and agony. You see your friends and family around you, worried, in tears, after hearing about your misery. You have no control over your body, it isn’t responding to you, your inner workings are slowly, but consistently declining. There is no answer, no cure for your disease. Even when the time is good, life is a struggle.
In The Vegetarian, Yeong-hye even could not sleep because of the bloody dreams. It is a long-term torment. At the same time, she needed to live under the pressure given by her husband, family members, her husband’s colleagues and the boss’s wife. No one supported her at all and it seems that she is the only protagonist and all of the other characters in the story are antagonist. Finally, she could not bear the pressure anymore and became mental disorder.
They were clearly wronged, which is underscored by their strong symptoms of grief. To make matters worse, the widow had “lived there alone, with her son.” Since he was murdered, she was left with nothing. She had no family members to help comfort her, which only led to her loneliness. Moreover, the neighbors were unsympathetic. They halted the use of Antoine’s name, hence any faint memory of familial connections was demolished.
I deserved it. Even though I almost killed that person the police did not give me any trouble not even a bill, just because of that I am a teen. I understand the mom. Of course, she would be really unhappy with me, seeing her daughter almost killed and the person who did that not having any scratches or getting in trouble. I wish I was put in the