She left a suicide note saying that she was going to meet her father in a parallel universe. Elizabeth’s life also suffered the consequences of a poor relationship between father and daughter. It’s evident that the lack of a normal father push her towards depression. Leading her to take away her own life. Mark’s mother have to survive to this tragic events.
The grief and depression that is caused by the loss of loved ones in war greatly affects family members in Homer’s epic. Menelaos is one person who suffers loss caused by war. After fighting in the arduous Trojan war and achieving victory, the violent sea shipwrecks him and his companions on their way home. As a result of the loss of all of his friends, Menelaos feels “...nothing but grief...for
Both the Prisoners of Sobibor and the survivors of the Andes plane crash faced insurmountable odds. The people in these scenarios were stripped of their moral conscious and dehumanized. Both had gone through complete despair by seeing the death of their loved ones and having to live in horrible conditions to survive. These two groups were lucky to be alive and were unknowing given the burden of survivor 's remorse. These men and women had to go through both of those situations knowing that their friends and family were dead.
Ultimately, Pip has suffered immensely because of the amount of associates and family of his that passed away. As a young child, Pip’s parents died and so his sister adopted him. “As I have never saw my father or my mother, and never saw any likeness of either of them” (Dickens 9). The death of
The antagonist in each story kept their loved ones, the protagonists, away from living a fruitful life. Emily and Louise both represent flowers who were not taken care of carefully and were killed by their owners. All the control demanded by her father consumed Emily and drowned her. Emily’s father over watered his delicate, beautiful flower leaving her rotted and wilted similar to the description of Emily when she walks out to greet the Aldermen, “She looked bloated, like a body long submerged in motionless water”(804). Louise’s husband kept her, a strong yet fragile flower away from sunlight, which kept Louise from growing.
She is a tragic character, who is unable to exist in the world which surrounds her so she makes up a better world in her imagination. The world she wishes to live in. People can sympathize with Blanche because of all the tragedy in her life. Susan Henthorne writes in her essay A Streetcar Named Desire, Death and desire bring Blanche to this low point in her life. She never recovers from the devastating death of her young husband, indirectly caused by the nature of his sexual desire.
He committed suicide by shooting himself in the street. This left Blanche feeling guilty and alone. She begins to have insecurities as to why she could not please her husband. Blanche also held the responsibility of taking care of all her sick family until they died. Blanche begin to reach for other things to help her feel the void in her life.
Margaret Atwood’s father had died so, she is stuck in it. Father is like a cleat of the house.When her father died her house is like destroyed.Everythings has changed.Her profoundly know that how the feeling that losing something that can not find.It is a worst thing that happen in her life.Her father is a writer and her idol.so her had thinking of write a poem.Because of this dissappointment she begins writing the sad poem.Her love on her father is so brimful,so her poems are full of sadness.For instance “A Sad Child” is the poem that gives the feeling sad and dismal which is tell about waste love that has gone and never come back again.She wrote this poem from her deep of heart.She makes the reader know how many sadness that poem tell about .On the other hand,she tell the reader that sadness is like a happiness.It come and stay in a short time,and go in a early time
Furthermore, The Suicide Tourist was about a 57 year old man of the name of Craig Ewert, he was terminally ill. As a result, he couldn 't do anything on his own in fact his wife was his assistance. The disease made him not want to live. Craig Ewert states, “When you are paralyze, you cannot move or talk. Many people assume is peaceful, but they’ll never know if the person is in pain”(The Suicide Tourist). Ewert fears the suffering of death.
The main character lost all his hope to ever find his answers to the questions about his beloved Lenore and her well being and he lost his soul and life to the black bird’s shadow. The raven brought fear, anger, grief, sorrow and hopelessness in the protagonist’s life until the main character lost the battle to him and dies. In consequence, the raven represents death. Death is a dark topic that can make people really uncomfortable, but Poe still uses it in “the Raven”. Instead of being uncomfortable, his great poem is still read and loved by many.
Many people identify closure as an end, a conclusion, or a resolution, when in fact it should be something that is understood, accepted, and lived with. In the chapter, “The Dew Breaker,” Anne, the wife of the dew breaker, still regrets the traumatic death of her brother at the hands of her own husband. She goes on to say, “There was no way to escape this dread anymore...this fright that the most important relationships of her life were always on the verge of being severed or lost, that the people closest to her were always disappearing...These spirits, they’d left her for good... leaving behind no corpse to bury, no trace of himself at all” (Danticat 242). This suggests that Anne may never be able to forgive her husband and obtain closure from her brother’s death. She knows that she has to live with the grief that she feels for the rest of her life because of the decision she made.
Only in death the two could be together, which was an incredibly grim thought. The tragic ending of such a relationship relates to the unsuccessful relationship Hugo had with his wife, and the amount of affairs that occurred. He’s dealt with unrequited love before, and so this unrequited love is shown through the relationships between his