Crooks is tired of everybody going to his room without asking. He put all the anger out on Candy but Candy gets mad because a black man tells her what to do. In addition, Crooks get depressed because no one talks to him. When Crooks was talking to Lennie he told him " A guy goes nuts if he ain't got nobody. Don't make no difference who the guy is long's he's with you.
While the duke and the dauphin and lying about their identity, they are gaining money through this. The readers know they don’t deserve that money. It also evokes aggravation because the people of that town and the Wilks girls are gullible enough to believe that the duke and the dauphin are Peter Wilks’ brother with no proof to prove that. This is used to satirize how people easily believed anything with no proof and did not question. In Death of a Salesman, after many years of struggling to pay for all the bills, Willy decides to commit suicide because he wanted the insurance money to be given to Biff, his son but at his funeral, the readers find out: "I made the last payment on the house today.Today, dear.
Mickey being in the poor part of the city ends up accidentally killing his best friend and “Blood Brother”. But the choices Mickey made in his life also affected how his life turned out. It did not help that he was always poor, and did not have the same opportunities that Edward had, but the combination of being poor, turning to crime, and finally the possibility of losing his girl “Linda” made Mickey rebel against the harsh realities of his
One of his weakness are lying. He lies to everyone, and will do anything to come out like the winner. He lied to his friend, by telling him his wife is possessed by the ghost of her grandmother Carlotta Valdes. He tells him that she sometimes pretends to act like Carlotta, but doesn't remember anything that happened. Another flaw of Elster is he doesn't have any remorse ruining someone's life.
The short story “the Golden Thomas Vargas”, magical realism is evident in the union opposites of gambling. In the modern era gambling is notorious for cheating, lying, and stealing, however in Agua Santa gambling is sacred to the people. When his wife and Concha Diaz force Vargas out of his house, he takes on the life of gambling. When Vargas begins to gamble the narrator explains the audience that the townspeople “could tolerate a man who mistreats his family, a man who was lazy and a troublemaker, we never paid that money he borrowed, the gambling debts were sacred”(73). Magical realism can be seen in two instances here.
In the novel, The Catcher in the Rye, Holden Caulfield is a young man who seeks the acceptance of others. When Holden reaches out for acceptance from the most disgusting boy in the whole dorm, Ackley, he is rejected, which triggers him to leave Pencey early. He also receives rejection from a prostitute named Sunny, who thinks she is getting paid to give him a good time, when in reality, all he wants is some company and someone to talk to. He is rejected in this scenario when Sunny and her pimp barge into Holden’s hotel room, steal five dollars, beat him up, and leave him lying on the ground. However, Holden meets the nuns and feels as though they see him for who he is.
After Bennett undermines him, Dexter thumps Paul out, and afterward sets him up to seem as though he abused his parole by utilizing heroin. While back in jail, Bennett demands that Dexter set him up, yet Rita disregards him. Debra Morgan starts dating a prosthetics specialist named Rudy Cooper who is furtively the Ice Truck Killer. After they get ready for marriage, Cooper hijacks Debra and draws Dexter to the house where he is keeping her. Here Dexter perceives Cooper as Brian, his missing sibling.
Winston was uninformed that the proprietor of the shop, Mr. Charrington, a member of the Thought Police. The shop owner reports the unlawful act to the authorities. Shortly after, soldiers apprehend Winston and Julia. The couple is separated and Winston is forced into the Ministry of Love (MiniLuv). O’Brien makes an appearance and reveals that he concealed his legitimate identity, he is a Big Brother spy, in order to deceive Winston into committing an open act of rebellion against the government.
The Lonely Outcasts John Steinbeck displays the theme of loneliness in the novella Of Mice And Men through the outcasts; a cripple, a colored man, and a woman. People judge Crooks based on his skin tone, making him resentful and hesitant towards everyone. Candy realizes that because he is crippled he won’t be able to work for much longer, but if he does not work, Candy will not have any family or friends to turn to. As a result of a protective husband, Curley’s wife is lonely because her husband threatens to fight anyone who tries to talk to her. Crooks is a colored man whom is constantly judged by a harsh society.
Power razes all of its enemies to the ground, and its enemies are ignorant of its presence.Power negatively affects others by turning someone with power on their allies, making the owner paranoid, and diminishing common sense.In Antigone, King Creon turned on his own niece in order to preserve his self-serving law. Power turns the holder onto their allies. Creon created fear in the hearts of his own sentries who selflessly worked hours keeping him safe. After gambling for the right to deliver the news, a lone sentry brazenly travels to tell Creon the news and after being berated says, “you have seen the last of me here…” and briskly walks off (scene I lines 160-163). Creon has disrupted the feeling of trust by misplacing fear in the hearts of the sentry because he wanted his edict to be all-powerful.