Walt decided he must take extreme measures to provide for his family's long-term financial security. Walt's life represents the living image of failure. Misfortunes appear to have accompanied him through his entire life; his son was born with cerebral palsy; he was left out of the undeniable professional success as a chemist, he has two jobs both well below his capacities; and moreover, he can't even ensure the financial stability of his family now that lung cancer is threatening to take his life away from him. Walt's diagnoses act as the force that drives him into this new version of himself. When Jesse approaches Walt about why he wants to cook meth, asking if there is something he should be aware of, or if Walt has gone crazy.
All the adults must now work to help provide for the family. When Jurgis gets hurt and can’t work, the children must leave school and find jobs. After a series of tragedies, including near starvation, illness, several deaths in the family, and some time in jail. Life eventually changes Jurgis as he is robbed of his strength, health and spirit. He is forced to live a life not fit for an animal.
Since the death of his daughter he becomes deep depressed, does not react on real world and refuses to work. His creative ideas and a secret of the agency success were reaching people out through love, time and death. The tragedy has caused him to write letters to them. At the time the agency was about to fail, his colleagues decided to intercept the letters and hired actors to cast as Love(Keira Knightley),Time(Jacob Latimore) and Death(Helen Mirren) to talk to him. That was the way to make
This was a huge problem as he did not have any money to treat her. In the time Constanze was sick, Mozart grew ill himself. He knew he was dying because he had collapsed on his own desk, the same desk he wrote his music on. His final masterpiece which was unfinished was called Requiem. Mozart gave all the required information about Requiem to his student, and told him to finish it after he dies.
Realizing that they would all starve to death if they did not do anything, the group sent out fifteen people to travel to Sutter’s Fort and bring supplies. As a result of the malnutrition and cold, eight of this party died, and the rest of the desperate group cannibalized seven of them. As soon as the remainder of the party reached the other side of the mountains, messages were sent out, and the first rescue group went to the Donner
At the end of the movie, Mr. Edwin Drood Senior returns home after a long absence. In search for Edwin, he visits the cathedral but he finds Jasper, instead. Enraged by the lack of affection with which his father treats him and the feeling of inferiority he had to deal with his whole life; Jasper strangles the old man with a scarf. After a year, he finally remembers the murder, but in his madness he is convinced that his victim was Edwin, the brother, rather than Edwin, the father. Consequently the guilt he feels makes him jump from the cathedral tower and kill himself.
And he is bad, miserable, depressed, oppressed, a bully and a petty thief because of his background which is full of poverty, criminality, wants, violence etc and which influence his character. He wants to help his family by working as a chauffeur, but, unfortunately, the same night he kills his master’s daughter and burns her body into a furnace. It begins to snow and Bigger leaves the Dalton house and returns to his mother’s tenement apartment feeling like a new man. He now thinks that everyone he knows is blind; he is himself filled with elation for having killed a White girl, the ultimate taboo which he has gotten away with in the act of destroying the White girl who, for Bigger, is a symbol of White oppressive culture. To seal his fate, Wright has Bigger murder his girlfriend Bessie in a brutal and premeditated manner in Book Two.
They showed no sympathy for him, despite Boxer’s blind loyalty and him being the best worker of the farm. Reduced rations, working with an injury and ultimately dying in the end demonstrates the conditions Boxer had to go through just because of the simple reason of not standing up for himself. Boxer lets his pride takeover, leading him to disregard his own well-being. Boxer’s journey through out the story shows how if one does not stand up for oneself, others will exploit them and use them for beneficial
His parents are in a fatal car crash and die. He finds out that his parents took a loan out on their house to pay for his schooling. He loses everything even his house. Jacob was almost done with school and he started his final and couldn’t handle it. Jacob ran out of class and didn’t stop till he got to a train and decided to hop on.
The Jungle is a novel about the journey of Jurgis and his family after immigrating from Lithuanian to Packingtown, Chicago. Jurgis finds a job working in the meat-packing industry, and the family finds a house to buy. Although Jurgis did not want Ona or the children going to work, times get hard and the whole family ends up getting a job. While at work, Jurgis injures his ankle; this causes him to be out of work for a few months. To keep the family from losing their jobs, Ona sleeps with her boss, Conner.
Take Control Madea Goes to Jail starts off in a high speed car chase on the freeway involving Madea, a mischievous woman who gets sentenced to court. She is let go and given mandatory anger management classes by the judge after a failure to mirandize her when being arrested. Meanwhile, Josh Hardaway a district attorney gets a case involving an old friend who is currently a prostitute and has to give it to his fiancée. When he tries to catch up to Candace, Linda (his fiancée) gets jealous and doesn’t want her around.
Chicago becoming a useful backdrop to Upton Sinclair’s story which is basically about a Lithuanian immigrant family struggling to adapt to their new lives in the United States (Chicago) which was a city full of hope to the family. Marija, Jonas, Ona, Jurgis, Antanas, Elizabeth, and her six children decide to go to Chicago and become wealthy. Jurgis began labor in Brown's Killing Fields and Durham's fertilizer mill. Then, with the death of Ona, he is basically left with nothing but tough obstacles. Without work, and after weeks of trials and tribulations, he becomes a tramp, then a harvester failing he seasonal crops.
Nobody can argue that the attack on Joe’s mother marked him for life, it branded him for eternity! This built in him an incontrollable rage! He needed to quench the burning desire inside him. He needed to satisfy his thirst for vengeance!