However, Boo Radley is misunderstood, his father forbids him to leave his home, everyone feels petrified of Boo, but really his dad locks him up making Boo not at fault. This makes him isolate himself and grow lonely just like Holden in Salinger 's novel. In The Catcher in the Rye,
When everyone in camp was crying and asking where God was as they all watched the boy struggle to cling on to life, Elie had thought to himself that God was there “hanging…from [the] gallows”, symbolizing his loss of faith in God. From then on, as Rosh Hashanah passed, Elie felt intense hatred for God as He did nothing to help the thousands of people suffering and being murdered. Elie refused to sanctify God’s name because of the immense pain He was causing, and felt angry that others in the camp continued to worship Him. Elie felt “terribly alone in a world without God, without man” and “without love or mercy”. As everyone prayed, Elie felt like “an observer [and] a stranger” because he had disconnected from God, and as he defiantly continued to eat instead of fasting for Yom Kippur, Elie “felt a great void opening” inside him as his last bit of trust in God faded.
She left and ran away from the rehab center calling her dad from a payphone and he eventually met up with her at a donut shop. She hadn’t seen her dad since she started rehab so when she finally seen him she was relieved. He eventually told her that it was his fault for not being there and she realize he is the reason why she began to abuse
Kak also feels guilty about Donny’s death. Donny was killed during an op, and before he left, Kak speaks to him and is unable to convince him not to go. Donny also shows some of these symptoms; especially when he gives away his car. Donny gives away all of his things before he goes out on his last op; as if he is expecting his death. He also talks to Kak about his nightmares, when asked by Kak what they were about he replies with, “Kid, you don’t want to know,” Kak witnesses Donny screaming in his sleep, “At the other end of the hut, an airman tossed and muttered in his bed.
Contrasting between the two criminals is the funny part of the task to think of ways to differentiate between the two. Bill is so different from his partner, because he was getting harmed by red chief (the boy they kidnapped) while Sam wasn’t getting touched. Bill is getting injured back to back and Sam’s getting tired of red chief hurting his partner in crime. Bill insisted for Red Chief to go home, but for some reason he said no and he wanted stay and play with Bill and Sam. Bill said that he was going to end up in the hospital ,Cause red chief keeps on hurting him.
In 1967 police were called to investigate the missing child report of Edward and Mary Snipe’s son, William. After a long day of work Mary came home anticipating to ask her son about his day at school, but she came home to find an empty home. She became frantic just thinking about the boy being lost in the woods because he was a skittish child. Mary called her husband’s work to inform him of their missing son, but was informed he had already left for the day so she anxiously waited upon his arrival home. Three hours have passed and she has not seen or heard from her husband nor son.
He ‘slept in the garage’ and ‘broke all the goddam windows’. This illustrates a moment of traumatic agony for Holden and evokes the significance of the relationship he had with his brother. By smashing the windows, it suggests that Holden was unable to control his feelings. The reader would have an enormous amount of sympathy for a young child having just lost a family member, perhaps Salinger wanted to highlight this moment of pathos, and how it would have the potential to ruin a childhood
“Little Tommy Barnes was asleep, now, and when they waked him up he was scared, and cried, now, and said he wanted to go home to his ma, and didn't want to ba a robber anymore” (page 10). Huck was involved in a lot of conflict, it seemed that when something good happened then something really bad would happen. Like when he meant the Grangerfords and they told him about the family found they had, the one daughter like one of the Shepherdson boys. The two families killed the men in both families for the fude. One of the Shepherdson boys wrote something on a piece of paper for Miss Sophia.
I don’t know why I ever bother looking in the fridge. (Walton, 52)”. Victor is tired of getting beaten up by his grandfather and having no food in his apartment. Due to Bulls living situation it makes him hate his life, which is the start of him finding his will to live again. Bull then hates his life to the point where he wants to commit suicide similar to Victor.
He doesn't get rights to say something so that gets him angry. For example, when Candy goes into Crooks room, Crooks gets mad because he is not getting the rights he wants. He said "I ain't sure I want you in her no more. A colored man got to have some rights even if he don't like em"(80). Crooks is tired of everybody going to his room without asking.
Even the manager didn’t have a clue where he was at that moment. He must’ve been new, but that didn’t explain Mickey’s unusual absence. Without him being at work, I couldn 't confront him, as he doesn’t go to the same school that me and Rick went to. I had to take a break and start anew tomorrow. Rick 's parents have finally taken Rick’s rotting, day old corpse to the doctors to examine exactly what killed him.