He is unwilling to give up his logic and, along these lines, is indicted because of his powerlessness to accommodate as society plans. As aforementioned, Meursault’s way of thinking separates him from others as he is seen as “different”; however, in actuality that is not the case. Albert Camus makes a progression of characters in The Stranger whose qualities and inspirations reflect those that are neglected upon by the normal man. Camus creates different characters and situations that show genuine compassion which has a tendency to have been disregarded because of the reality of how average it has moved toward becoming. Camus consolidates the characteristics of the characters by assortment, consistency, and everybody's
Having this knowledge, Krebs still wants the attention from women when he returns. Krebs finds himself gawking at women, but he never finds the guts to go up and speak to them. He is antisocial with women and he does not know how to approach them. Krebs can never find the right words to say, so he chooses not to say anything at all. This leads him to be lonely.
Where ignorance is bliss, ‘tis folly to be wise. In a society that functions by this proverb, wisdom is hard to come by. However, for a being longing for this wisdom, with a natural urge of curiosity, this “bliss” is hell. Equality, a being longing for the validation of his differences in a society of group mentality, is spare of individual morality. He accepts the ignorance of total equality that is forced on him, but is contrastingly different from the image of a part of a communal whole.
And men like Beatty are afraid of her. I can't understand it. Why should they be so afraid of someone like her?'" (Bradbury 64). These realizations Montag had about his own relationships has now made him start his path of questioning by first asking about society’s view on people who are genuinely social like Clarisse.
Hyde’s action in the novel are most times very inhuman and sometimes uncomfortable for some for these reason he had no respect for others and he basically just didn’t care. In Hyde’s mind he does not care for what others think of him or if they don’t like him, and of course he does not care for what he does to other humans. 3.Pick one character and explain why you would/would not like to have him/her as a friend. In my opinion I would never want to be friends with would have to be Dr.Jekyll. He can be a very decent hard workingman but he is very unpredictable when it comes to his attitudes and anger episodes.
Women on the other hand tend to offer advice and direction for their partners, but a man only wants acceptance from their partner.When women give advice to men, men feel that women are trying to control them. When it comes to women,they like to discuss their problems and they are fond of expressing their feelings. They need someone to listen to them, they don’t want any solutions but men like to offer solutions without listening to their feelings. The book also looks into the biggest difference between the genders,how men and women deal with stress. The support required to release the pressure of stress differs radically between the genders.
He jokes with Art, but understands the difference between teasing and inflicting real damage, and he never crosses that line, indicating that he is empathetic and kind-hearted (Hill, pg. 76). Though the narrator has this option of manipulating how people see him, Art lacks this opportunity. Art’s weakness is eternally on the outside, and others’ perceptions of him are of only a weak person. Art resents his physical weakness in the same way that the narrator resents his emotional weakness, and both of them strive to hide those weaknesses.
He may lack a key aspect to life that is the respect and kinsmenship that Jekyll receives, but because of his nature and that of 1880’s England, he hardly cares; old England was treacherous and strict, friends turn to enemies and respect turns to resentment at a whisper of a rumor and flash of a bill, fueling Hyde’s resent for the society. Through the problems Jekyll and Hyde face within each other, Stevenson sparks a debate over whether it truly is better to be a “good person” and suppress your true thoughts and desires, or if it may be more efficient to let evil take hold and in turn lose hold of your senses of your moral compass, doing only what you desire, when you desire to do so. By his sheer drive, Hyde quickly becomes a very wealthy, well known, and infamous man in London. He pursues money and power ruthlessly, lacking empathy or courtesy, using any means to get what he desires. The effectiveness of Hyde cannot be denied, as he
Men seldom accepted their mistakes and bend down. Mahesh Dattan’s realistic portrayal of human nature evokes both sympathy and empathy in the mind of reader. He reflects on the problem of relations between man and women, and ego clashes, the clash of ego between husband and wife, and father and son how it is cause for destroy their relationship. Where there is egoism there is no place for love. There is no way for love to live next to egoism.
He learnt that, there is a big and impassable ditch between the reality and fantasy or dreams. He learnt that, his love will remain useless and imaginable as he does not know what the girl thinks about him. He also finds that, people around him are self-satisfied or self-righteous and they pretend to be pious, bigoted, and remain detached at all times. In fact, talking about the factors, which makes the narrator feel anguish and anger are disenchantment, which emerges after he realizes the truth of reality and fantasy or hallucinations, which he develops for his beloved girl (Wells, 1993). Speaking about the difference between Sammy and the boy (narrator) in this story, the narrator in the end understands the one of the truths of the life.