Charlie 's relationship with Algernon isn 't the best, Charlie 's hated him so much because Algernon kept winning in the test the doctors did with them. Later on being, two best friends. Going through this with him was his “friends” Frank and Joe. Them two have always treated Charlie with such disrespect because them two would always pull jokes on him call him names but Charlie never noticed. Luckily he also had good people around him during this time like Miss.Kinnian.
This time the gang tries to beat them up but this time they have a new strategy. Peter hides his phone and calls their principal while all this is happening. The strategy works however their principal doesn’t like the idea of students having her phone number. Feeling hopeless and out of options the boys go to Garvey for support, he tells them to fight without words, left confused and slightly angry Cole is not sure what to do. The next time the gang comes at them Cole decides to sit down because he figures that they wouldn’t fight people sitting down.
Lennie and Candy are the only ones who went to talk to him and they made him happy because the never gets to talk to anyone. Another way the idea of loneliness is portrayed in the story is Curley’s wife. Curley doesn’t like her talking to the other people because they are all guys and she flirts a lot. She said “I get lonely, you can talk to people, but I can’t talk to nobody but Curley. Else he gets mad.
I 'd just as soon tease a full-grown grizzly; but for some reason, Darry seems to like being teased by Soda.” However, they often disagree regarding Ponyboy’s safety and education. Sodapop is quite lenient towards Ponyboy whereas, Darry resents this behavior. Sodapop and Darry’s disagreements are often present in the novel but, it is truly perceptible on two occasions. The first time occurs right after Ponyboy is attacked by the Socs, he is criticized by Darry who doesn’t understand his brother’s behavior. Sodapop immediately defends his younger brother against his older one which leads Darry to remind Sodapop that he is the one in charge “When I want my kid brother to tell me what to do with my other kid brother’, I’ll ask you – kid
At first he starts off as not being liked by anyone and he also doesn't wanna do anything but very quickly he changes, Ralph and some others start to see him for who he really is a loving and caring person. Piggy has no “real friends” besides Ralph he was in the middle of a taboo because most the boys didn't like him, not to mention Ralph wasn't even his friends at the beginning of the book. Speaking to people is not hard, but definitely not easy for piggy, it's not that he's scared to talk because he says very interesting things to Ralph all the time it's the fact no one wants to listen to him and when they do they just steal all the ideas he has. The most interesting
He initially avoids discussion of their problems, but when pressured, he tackles them head on by oversimplifying the operation and relentlessly pushing her to have it. Thinking himself to be the more reasonable of the two, he patronizes the girl and fails to provide the sympathy and understanding she needs during the crisis. Which is very clear in this quote from the story, “That's all we do, isn't it -- look at things and try new drinks” (Kelly, 2015) Uncompromising, he seems to identify more with the other passengers “waiting reasonably” at the station than with his own girlfriend at the end of the story, which suggests that the two will go their separate ways. So: what do they really want to say to each other? Sadly, we'll never know for sure.
It’s only after Connie realized that Arnold knew everything about her, yet she did not know him, that she started paying more attention and realized that Arnold and his friend were older than they looked and she began getting scared. When Connie refuses to go with him and asks them to leave, the other side of Arnold; the cruel and cold one is brought out, thou he tries to hide it behind his laughter, it is still visible and this is disturbing. By now Arnold’s persuasion has failed, and that’s when he resorts to threatening Connie, threatening to break down the glass door, or burn down the house to force her to come
This makes him depressed, and therefore drinks to make himself feel better. This condition also makes him an incompetent, but when he is asked to sober up by an angry Katniss, he makes a deal with them, saying: “All right, I’ll make a deal with you. You don’t interfere with my drinking, and I’ll stay sober enough to help you.” (Collins, 2008, p.70) Katniss and Haymitch are not very good friends and they despise each other. He irritates Katniss by calling her “sweetheart”, and this anger Katniss. Although they don’t get along, he helps her, by communicating with her through the gifts he sends to her in the arena, and Katniss realizes that she and Haymitch are very much alike as they both understands each other.
Lastly, while Charlie still obtained knowledge, he understood the failure of the surgery. While Charlie was still intelligent, the social part of his life turned against him. Charlie noticed the society as they were starting to have conflicts with him. Joe and Frank- Charlie’s “best friends”- constantly acted as if they were his best friends, but they did not like him at all. At the factory, the entire staff ,except for one person, signed a petition to obtain Charlie Gordon to be fired.
He puts down his imaginary utensils and refuses to continue eating and begins an argument with his mother. A regular individual may be displeased at constantly being instructed on most of the events of his or daily life. However, a regular individual would most likely continue to indulge in his or her food and try to ignore whatever it may be that is vexing him or her. Thus, Tom’s actions were caused by his quick rage which is commented on by his mother saying “Temperament like a metropolitan star”. Another time Tom’s rage is evident is in scene 3.