Suffering from these things you may have some issues that make you feel that way. For example, Holden Caulfield is a troubled teen who struggles with isolation and loneliness. He isolates himself from people due to being depressed, but he talks to many people but still feels lonely. Another example is Jim Stark, another troubled teen who is being isolated by his parents
felt like they were not loved they all had felt the same loneliness inside. George was lonely because the fact that he could not live a normal life with a family of his own ,Curley’s wife was lonely because she never really felt loved, and Crooks was lonely because he lived on his own and was alone all the time. Almost everyone experience loneliness in their life and most people deal with loneliness there own way but loneliness is a common feeling that everyone goes through.
Unhappy Relationships Relationships are complicated. “The Great Gatsby”, where people leave each other, cheat on each other, and they lie and then they die, exemplifies this idea. Some do stay together throughout the book but in the end its not what they wanted. Fitzgeralds theme of unhappy relationships in The Great Gatsby is shped by Gatsby, Diasy, and Tom in order to convey the idea that no one ended up together happy because of everyone interfering with everyone elses relationships. Gatsby chases his dream of being with Daisy, but it was never fullfilled.
Boredom drags you along and every time you try and escape, it just yanks you back. Boredom stops you from realizing your true potential in life. Boredom comes from a lack of passion, motivation, and stimulation. Because of this boredom can lead to bad choices that can both temporarily and permanently affect your life and the lives of others. When one is overcome with boredom, they basically have two option.
However, the audience does not appreciate her efforts for them, and they are not interested in her or the way she is feeling, and rather the way she looks and how entertaining she is for them. This conveys that an individual may experience deep feelings of sadness and depression caused by loneliness and not being listened to, thus enforcing the importance for a transition to occur in life to enable her to experience positive
Holden complains that "I was surrounded by phonies" (13) in the novel. Besides it, he often uses the word “depress” to describe somebody around him or what he experiences. In other words, he always looks down on other people, and because of this, most of the time he is isolated from people around him. Additionally, he does not have any real personal connection with others except his sister, Phoebe, and brother, D.B. In the story, Holden tries to be different from others because it is the way to express identity for him.
Mike was also extremely intoxicated at that time, which can cause his behavior. The conduct of Mike is due to Brett having commitment issues and her selfishness towards others feelings. Also, relationships that end in marriage are usually built on time with each other, thus, showing that mike and brett Are not ready to be married. They get tired of each other, Brett cheats, and they don’t particularly care for each
His life had been confused and disordered since then, but if he could once return to a certain starting place and go over it all slowly, he could find out what that thing was” (87). Ever since Gatsby had left Daisy, he has felt content with his life because he knows something is missing. Gatsby feels lonely and will continue to feel lonely without Daisy. Gatsby’s diminishing life is full of loneliness because it is “the promise of a decade of loneliness, a thinning list of single men to know, a thinning brief-case of enthusiasm, thinning hair” (129). Gatsby never does have Daisy all to himself, and dies knowing he never achieved anything more than great wealth.
It is becoming more common in our digital age when we shelter ourselves at our computer or move often to a different job, that sheer loneliness takes over. We are becoming a nation of strangers who are frequently out of touch with each other’s lives. Reports from several keen observers note that there is more social isolation, single living housing, and depressed adults who have fewer valued contacts with others. They lack, as well, friends and trusted colleagues in the work world or community where they live. Even seniors who have lost a spouse, never married, or are divorced, understand how hard it is to start to build a body of new single friends.
The ambiguity in the message relates to the Holden’s overall inconsistency with his opinions and personality. Throughout the book, we get the idea that, although he does like meeting his friends, Holden hates, or at least believes he hates, most people (excluding children of course). However, this final sentence implies Holden has in fact ‘started missing everybody’, meaning he is possibly finally growing up and losing his unreasonable hatred of others. On the other hand, it can also be taken into account that Holden actually regrets ever talking to anyone, as the pain of losing them out balances the joy he gets from his relationships. This would mean that throughout the novel Holden hasn 't changed that much after