Harry only wishes for the family he never knew – his parents – and hates the one he's stuck with – the Dursleys. Blood ties can only take you so far, and blood ties don’t nessecarily mean that love will be given. The Dursleys had fed, clothed, and barely sheltered Harry , but they didn’t love him, and they certainly didn’t treat him as if he belonged. Instead,
The Overlook Hotel had creates a progressively isolation in the movie, the isolation of the mind and isolation from humans. Jack and Wendy are all distant from their dysfunctional families. Jack's alcoholism and anger problem are one of the main reason for the immediate isolation of the family. This examples also shows the audience's fears of the absence of mental intimacy with loved ones. At the middle of the movie, Jack has no patience with his son when Danny asks him questions on the riding up the mountain.
I was a soldier, and now I am nothing but an agony for myself, for my mother, for everything that is so comfortless and without end.”(Remarque 185) This quote accentuates the narrator’s separation from his family, when he cries out “I ought never to have come here.” Moreover, commonly, soldiers are exhilarated to finally go home after long periods of time at the front, and the men dread when they have to return to battle. However, in Paul’s case, he desires to return to the front, rather than staying in his home town and seeing his mother in pain, he yearns to feel numb again. Therefore, Paul is in “agony” because before going on leave, he was hopeless and had no will to live, thus making him a better soldier. Although, after visiting his mother and sister, he has rediscovered a reason to survive, making it harder to
Being that she was sheltered away from the outside world, she had no friends, thus becoming dependent on her father. This type of dependency, can affect someone’s mental state. After his death, she has a rather difficult time coming to terms with his demise, refusing to believe that one person she connected to most, was gone. This continued for three days, and while the community saw her denial of her father’s death as a normal part of the grieving process, it certainly was something deeper than what it was. After she finally accepts her father’s passing, she meets a Northern laborer who comes into town as a contractor, Homer Barron.
It states their mood can be described as sad or "down in the dumps". The reason i referred him to this diagnose becase his mother was the the only person he had, we don't know anything about his dad, therefore his mother was the only one he relied on, and now that she is dead he has one left but himself. Maybe this could be one of the reasons he hullucinates his mother alot because he is lonely. One of the six symptoms that fits him was low self-esteem he was born with a deformed face, causing the other kids at the camp to tease and bully him because he didn't look normal like the other kid. When ever anyone get's picked on because of the way they look, it does lower their self esteem causing them not to comfortable with the way they were made.
They would be the villains in the story. They would cruel and not caring about anyone ,but themselves. For example, the kids in the short story “The Man in the Well”. “Before we left that day, as we were rising quietly and looking at the dark shadows of the trees we had to move through to reach our homes, he said, "Why didn't you tell anyone?" He coughed.
Since she had no friend and the family, she felt more Lonely. This actually leads to other part of story, where she is going to Hong Kong see her brother, on the way however was forced to get adopted. She got force adopted to a family, where they treated her like if she wasn’t human, also she couldn’t see her brother again forever until she died. For her, Jack was the only family that she had, it break her heart when Jack tried to reject everything from his mother food, culture, paper menagerie and even talking to his mother. “can you understand how it felt when you stopped talking to me and won’t let me talk to you in Chinese?
With Caddy being disowned and being chased out of the house after having a divorce with Herbert and having a child with Quentin, Benjy loses the only person who could comfort him and make him hush. It is because of this obsession with Caddy that he keeps shifting in and out of the past with every memory being centered around Caddy and her scent of trees. Because time had deteriorated his relationship with Caddy, he refuses to be a “big boy ... and hush” (44), instead choosing to stay as a young child still living with Caddy. Although he may not realize it due to his disability, his actions show that he is in a struggle against time, refusing to stay in the present but instead living in
In both of these texts the endings evoke an emotion of pity towards Willy and Gregor because of their sacrifices. Part of the pity is evoked during the funeral of Willy and almost no one showed up. Besides simply being sad for the fact that a man died nearly alone, this also connects to the idea that Willy Loman was a man whose name “was never in the paper”. This idea comments that the lower classes do not receive attention when in reality “attention must be paid”. Linda says this to Biff and Happy who both have been blind to Willy’s situation which is a reflection of the upper classes’ blindness towards the situation of the lowers classes.
Ulysses is lost. Uncertain of his future, his present and his well being. He is abandoned, he wanted to stay but he couldn’t, it seemed like his whole future was snatched away by his own beloved parents, they are irresponsible, they could not even find another way, they weren’t doing their best, this made him rebellious because he had his own dream to be a medical practitioner. He wants to run away and find his chances on another village maybe there he’ll find a miracle or magic of some sort. Ulysses is my friend, my classmate and he came to me asking for my help and it is urgent that I must because Ulysses is depressed and that subject alone needs my attention.