Some move on and continue their lives without them, Others have a time of mourning and sorrow but eventually move on, and some never move on. Some are never the same and are in a depression for the rest of their days. Many don't understand how to cope with death and are terrified of what may happen. Many people greet death in different ways. In the story “The Crucible”, the characters react in different ways.
At the end of the day, he figured out that they were all lonely, himself in particular. It would seem that the major loss of this story is the loss of Mr. Duffy’s soul companionship. The lamentations of Mr. Duffy at the end of the story reveal his sorrow for the death of Mrs. Sinico.
Upon knowingly that she has heart disease. I was affected in that specific part or aspect of the story because sometimes, we can’t accept that someone, someone’s important in our life is leaving. It was like, our world will going to be destructed and our hearts will be broken into tiny pieces. It is so heavy in our hearts that when someone that we used to talk everyday has gone and we can never bring back the life that have been taken. We miss everything about him/her.
The man dwells on how he has lost his beloved wife. Soon he goes through different stages. Like physically , mentally , emotionally. The narrator starts off by telling us how the man is not doing so well. “I pondered , weak and weary.” (5) The man is week from probably not eating and losing a lot of sleep.
As recognition begins to set in, they move into the fourth stage: depression. During this state, the indivuals may become silent and spend much of their time in morning often refusing visitors. Finally, comes acceptance. They embrace their or their loved ones mortality or inevitable future. Elisabeth would later expand this model to include forms of personal loss for example the death of a loved one or the end or a relationship and even minor losses like that of a pet.
Throughout the first four books of the Odyssey, Penelope is often distressed and unable to get things done due to the loss of her husband. When the anyone reminds her of her husband, Penelope is immediately saddened, therefore reminding the ones who surround her of their lost king. High Boundary Ambiguity is a common diagnosis for people who have lost a loved one, physically or psychologically, but still are in someone's life either psychologically or physically. Penelope is unable to cope with the loss of her husband because she is constantly reminiscing in their memories and wondering if he could return causing distress to her and the greater
It also says, “My spirit loathes and fears.” It’s showing how she was scared of the horrible truth she had found out that was going to happen to her. Then, it said, “Waiting to see me die.” In this little script, it’s showing how sad it was to see that others were waiting just to see her die and that no
He is devastated and anguished with so much pain it is causing him to be depressed and feels like he is going out of his mind because of her death, his love for her, and loneliness. The narrator can only think about his dead, beautiful wife wishing that she was still alive with
The darkness and gloom, which encompasses the speaker’s struggle to find happiness in her heartbreak-induced depression, is heightened by the repetition of her morbid thoughts. An image of an “arbitrary blackness” (Plath 5) preventing her from distinguishing beauty establishes the grim scene. Her subsequent admittance that whenever she closes her eyes “the world drops dead” (1) illuminates the morose attitude she obtains as thoughts of death overtake her mind in the wake of her lover’s betrayal. Additionally, this demonstrates the fact that her mind is her only solace from the hell that the living world has become as
After Paul witnesses his mother deteriorating, he aspires to “weep and be comforted too, indeed I am little more than a child” (Remarque 183). Paul feels little, if any, content with his life as a consequence of experiencing a plentiful