Liesel has a hard life, and moving in with new parents, the death of her brother, and unforgettable punishments doesn’t help her have a better life at all. One piece of evidence to support this theme is at the very beginning of the book. Liesel and her brother are on a train but suddenly her brother dies. Liesel realizes this very quickly after and sobs deeply for the death of her brother. Her mother is also very melancholy and is miserable with Liesel.
Mental health can be taken for granted, until people realize that the world is full of humans with mental issues. It puts a strain on how relationships are formed and how others are portrayed/judged. The story Silver Water is of a girl (Rose) who develops a serious mental issue in her teenage years. It shows the effects her mental break has on her surroundings, but mainly her family, who suffer severely as well. Amy Bloom writes,¨She (Rose) had her first psychotic break when she was 15.¨ Prior to this mental break, Violet thought of Rose as a talented and beautiful sister; she begins to feel distant towards her in the midst of Roseś crisis but she always is willing to help in any way she can.
No Country for Old Men has one important theme as fate. This paper looks at several instances and scenes that justify fate in this movie. Anton Chigurh serves as death and fate in the movie. Carla Jean is seen pleading for her life in the hands of Chigurh who threatens that her life was over when she came into it. Carla has faced the tragedy of her husband, Moss, and later her mother also succumbs to cancer.
Before Liesel lands in Molching, she attends her brother's funeral. There she takes The Grave Digger's Handbook from the cemetery after it falls from a grave digger apprentice. The thing is, Liesel can't read. Liesel is denies to enter the Hubermann house on Himmel Street, however is convinced by her foster father, that she seems to like. She's not certain about Rosa, however.
The theme of death plays apart in the story from the very beginning to the end. The story starting with the whole town attending her funeral and then moving to the memory of her father dying. After her father died she couldn 't accept it and continued to treat him as
Katherine Mansfield’s the daughters of Late Colonel Katherine Mansfield's "Daughters of the Late Colonel" speaks the truth how two sisters confront their lives after the passing of their dad. Prior to their dad passes on, these two grown-up sisters have lived in father's guidelines. Their existence with him has filled them with fear; they cannot even speak with him. After the burial service, their lives do not go any further. They stay in servitude to the dead man, dreadful of dislodging his picture or getting his after death dissatisfaction.
Liesel’s dream is a symbol of how Max has become a surrogate for the death of her brother, Werner Meminger. Her despairing hope of keeping Max alive could indicate a relationship of how she would have acted towards her own brother. Liesel’s whole family is killed due to the air raids and Max has been tortured by Nazi soldiers. As a result, Liesel’s whole life is extinguished from her true reality. The family, friends, and books...the ones she anticipated truly in her
These unassisted suicide attempts, if successful can leave loved ones traumatized and sad that they were unable to be there in that person’s final moments, and if these attempts are unsuccessful they can result in worse conditions which puts more financial and emotional pressure of the affected person(s). An example of this is the story of Bernard and Ida Heginbotham. Ida (age 87), whose condition was deteriorating after sickness and a bad fall, was unable to receive Euthanasia and instead she would be transferred to a nursing home. On April 14, 2004, Ida’s husband slit her throat and attempted to take his own life however he survived and was arrested and the charge of murder (Grimminck, 2014). This is a huge problem, especially in south Africa because of the vast number of people in poverty, thousands are unable to care for those suffering from ailments.
If she was to hold on to the pain and sorrow of that one traumatic experience in kindergarten, then she will might live a life full of fear and resentment. “No need to remember that picnic day when I lay hidden by a hedge, watching the steel-white sun standing lonely in the sky.” The poet depicts the notion of isolation in her conclusion. She shows us that not only has she conquered sorrow and pain from her adult experiences but she has also conquered the feeling of isolation. The poet was able to experience new people in her life which may have had a positive impact on her unlike her teacher. I believe life is the mission of enduring true love.
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?