People in many similar circumstances may react similar or differently to the way they deal with the situation. The wife from A.M. Homes short story “Do Not Disturb” wants to have a baby, but cant because of her situation and her husband just wants her to live. Yerma from Lorca’s drama “Yerma” wants to have a child, but her husband does not want to have any. Both stories are based o the fact that the women want to have children, but their husbands seem to be against their faith and decisions. While the Wife wants to die because she feels empty, Yerma takes things too far and leads to the death of her husband.
Tom is very superstitious, and he really believes that he may die now that he broke the oath. Also, Tom is terrified of Injun Joe. Even the adults don’t want to deal with him, they should have put him in jail for digging up the grave, but they didn’t. In the passage above, Mark Twain states that Tom is petrified of Injun Joe and that this man is staring at him
Willy is in need of constant reassurance that others will not leave him, whether it be family or friends. Being abandoned at a young age strikes up fear within Willy, which causes him to do actions that make others abandon him. Willy’s insecurity due to his fear of abandonment causes Willy to have an affair with another woman, but when Willy is caught he is filled with guilt and is not able to face the reality of his actions. He is also not able to face the fact that his son does not live up to his expectations and sees his son as a failure and himself as a failed father. Whether it be as big as being abandoned as a child or getting lost at the store as a child, past actions and experiences play a big role on how a person grows up to be.
Jeannette and husband talked to their neighbors every day, because if they had not then they would dream of the horrors. Similar to Jeannette, even though they can no longer trust a soul, Francine does not wish for revenge against her attackers, because God will catch back up to them. It is impossible to forgive these men for what they did. It takes a great mind to not want to wish vengeance on the interabamwe, but that would require reliving their past, so they don’t dwell on
The theme of the story The Sniper by Liam O’Flaherty is that killing will never satisfy lust, anger, sadness, or ever give you any sense of wholeness. Another possible theme of the story is that war can turn the best of friends into the worst of enemies. I feel this way because of when in the text it says “The lust of battle died in him. He became bitten by remorse” and “his teeth chattered, he began to gibber to himself, cursing the war, cursing himself, cursing everybody”. This section of the story explains how he feels after seeing his enemy die.
He is worried about his son’s mental health how he would act strangely quiet and try to change every subject that makes him feel uncomfortable. He should’ve had a discussion with his wife about how much he wants to stay in a healthy relationship with her, but is struggling because of his grieving. And that he should talk to her in trying to be more connected with their son Conrad, to do only what is best for his future. Also the problem with the mother Beth, she is shown to be very disconnected with her
Similarly, When he thought all day of how he was to seek revenge on Victor.“ but allowing myself to be borne away by the stream, I bent my mind towards injury and death.” ( Shelley 165 ). This quote demonstrates that the monster mind was wrapped around the situation all day. His mind began accelerating and leaning towards revenge and anger. On the whole, the monster was not willing to take the better path. He didn't want to make victor regret leaving him due to the monsters success he wanted victor to feel alone.
Darth Vader was part of both the good side and the dark side, which led to many tough times for him.. His good side consisted of how he felt for his family. But, his bad side consisted of how he wanted to destroy the good side. Darth Vader was really emotional about his family because he had lost his wife when they had their kids. Also, both of his kids were captured at one point, and he did not want them to die. If they were to die on him, he would have been all alone.
The phrases spilling out of his mouth are not an act. In the speech, Hamlet interrogates himself with questions that sane people would not be able to answer themselves. Hamlet has been overwhelmed with the conflicts that have been occurring around him. The conflicts escort him to becoming easily pressured and desperate in finding a solution about the death of his father. He is very impatient to seek vengeance for his father and wants to kill King Claudius by any means at all.
But it is always never enough. No matter how much ender begs and pleads, he has to resort to violence. As Kessel says “Ender doesn’t want to fight, but does because he has no alternative other than to let himself be killed. And he’s not fighting for himself alone—the fate of the earth, we are told, depends on his survival. If Ender dies, the last hope of the human race dies with him, thus making his self-defense an ultimately selfless act.”(5) Ender really always thinks about what he is doing, and never enjoying it.
He turns his life around joining the football team, diving into his education, and asking out the girl of his dreams. Ben is faced with many problems, including facing the truth. When Ben finds out about the illness, he decides to keep the situation hidden from his friends and family. This starts out fine, but becomes an unavoidable problem as he becomes weaker and closer to dying. He feels like he must tell them but also fears that they will resent him if he does.
The fear of killing a boy his age would haunt him forever. Lastly, he shows he is fearful when people were going to die. He killed bob because he thought that Ponyboy was going to get killed, and he jumped into that church, risking his life to save many children 's lives. I think he didn 't want to see other lives go to waste after he took one himself. Johnny had a good reason to be scared.
The girls lets out squawk... He holds on 'cause that 's the only thing he can think to do... And he 's so God dam strong you know" ' (Steinbeck 41). Which Lennie does not apprehend when he does things like that it will cause his dream to come to a stop. George can not always be around to fix Lennie choices that will cause damage to his life. He might not understand the things he has done, but he does not know George will get mad at him.
There is no home for you! So I give you a choice!” He pauses, points at dead bodies, then resumes, “You can end up like them, or you take this machete and end your families life, but be safe with us” I stare into the eyes of father and brother, we are knowing this is the last time we will see each other. I cannot help crying, so does brother but not father, father is being strong. Father speaks, ”son, if you do not kill us they will kill us anyways, save yourself and know that this is what you had to do.” I raise the machete tears rolling down my cheek, and strike down. First father, then brother.
First, Johnny is with Ponyboy telling him that he might commit suicide if there is more fights. Johnny cries out, “I’ll kill myself or something” (47). Johnny knows that greasers and the socs will still clash, and he tells Ponyboy in a different way not to fight or else he might kill himself. In a like manner, Dally wants to die after Johnny dies because Johnny is the only thing he loved, and he is gone forever. Ponyboy utters, “I knew he would be dead because Dallas Winston wanted to be dead and he always got what he wanted” (154).