Life isn’t fair and even though we may very well be a best kind of human being, people will still find a reason to hate you no matter what you do or how good you are. Probabilities are it’s more about their concern than anything you have or haven’t done. There are people who don’t like me who have never actually met me or had a conversation with me. That’s fine with me. I won’t invest emotional energy into things I can’t change.
But cruelty should never be the answer. A character who I believe shouldn’t use cruelty is George whenever he talks to Lennie. But I understand that George is just trying to help Lennie understand because of how slow Lennie is and how he doesn’t have a mindset of an adult. Like when George calls him a crazy bastard because Lennie is always forgetting things (pg.4). Another charact er who I believe that shouldn’t use cruelty against others is Curley.
Salinger’s novel, The Catcher in the Rye, follows the narrative told from the point of view of a boy named Holden Caulfield who is plagued with his obsession with “phonies” in the world. In Holden’s definition, a phony is a hypocrite: someone who is insincere and not true to what is the evident truth and the world is full of them. As he writes his story, Holden is somewhere a year ahead of the events that happened the year a little bit before
This coming of age piece of realism literature is an american classic that portrays the dramatic struggles of an angsty and misunderstood adolescent’s search for his place in the world as he grows up. The Catcher in the Rye is basically one long-stretched flashback narrated in past tense first person by protagonist Holden Caulfield, a 16 years old high school junior. One of the fundamental parts of the storytelling is
He just wants to shoot the dog, because it's very old, and can't eat much. He doesn't even think about how Candy might feel, because that was the only true relationship he had. Carlson has become insensitive towards others from being isolated, and not have a true relationship. Isolation is an abstract thing to think about, but all the outcomes of being isolated are negative ones. In the novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, the author suggests that being isolated can negatively change how individuals act and perceive things.
However there has to be a reason why because you could hurt someone. Someone you care about is obviously going to be the person you wouldn’t want to hurt. Lying could save you from a problem you have, so lying doesn’t only help others but you. When you’re stuck between two people arguing and you could pick aside but choose not to lie. Lying could affect you, and other people around you.
Another frequently necessary lie is a facade. Sometimes, as a friend, one needs to keep an important event hidden from the other. These types of lies can be classified under a facade, depending on how the person plays with it. A facade is an illusion, making something seem the opposite of what is really happening (Ericsson 122). Many ideas of how this is used can be formed from real life for their are many instances.
He does not like the thought of not doing the lottery. HE likes the lottery because he thinks it helps them. Also, he does not like Mrs. Hutchinson saying they should not do the lottery. In conclusion, we can learn that no matter where you go you will always have people disagreeing.
Gru shows that he’s not a good person, he doesn’t do what is morally right, and he also will just come and tell you he’s a villain. Of course Gru learns how to love and learns how to do that right thing, but he just can't be considered a hero in this case. When watching this movie people definitely feel bad for Agnes, Edith and Margo because they were adopted to a villain who didn’t really care about them. They were used as bait and that is totally wrong. There so call “father” is a villain wanting to steal the moon.
Mr. Raymond supposedly deals with being shunned by constantly drinking. As Dill talks to Mr. Raymond scout thinks “Mr. Dolphus raymond was an evil man I accepted his invitation reluctantly, but I followed Dill. Somehow, I didn’t think Atticus would like it if we became friendly with Mr. Raymond, and I knew Aunt Alexandra wouldn’t” (Lee 267). Scout believes that because of his appearance as appearing to be drunk when in town he is an evil man.