“My lips held stubbornly together” (141) Kambili’s silence is a result of the abuse that she endures from her father. She fails to be honest with herself in her home environment. “I felt a throbbing on my back, but I said no, that I was not hurt.” (102) She is unable to speak freely but rather states rehearsed phrases that have been instilled in her by Eugene. She stutters and coughs amongst talking due to fear of her father’s criticism. Kambili refuses to implicate her father in his own acts of violence through the formulation of her sentences.
This is seen in The Veldt by Ray Bradbury, as every character presented views themselves or other characters as unneeded. This is seen by the children as they do not value their parents and have found replacement in the technology placed in their nursery. The parents feel useless as they do not due much which leads to the fathers drinking and smoking addiction. This can be seen by the quote “that 's just it. I feel like I don 't belong here.
She feels misunderstood and very alone. She tries to get attention from men, but over and over again she gets disappointed because when the men find out that she is a mute they turn away and do not want to get to know her. For Chieko this is really hard to grasp because she only wants to be loved, in the movie it becomes clear that Chieko does not know what to do, or how to express herself. Her father does not want to pay close attention to her and
As the story develops the relationship gets worse. She can’t control her son anymore; she can’t feel the connection between them anymore, as her son keeps lying into her face. It’s like he’s hiding something, and she wants to find out, but he doesn’t let her in. Which says a lot about their relationship. Raymond Carver captures readers’ interest by making assumptions because he doesn’t include every detail.
Dunstan “despises almost everyone except Paul’s mother” (pg. 208) when “he should have spread the affection amongst fifty people.” (pg. 208). Moreover, according to Liesl it is their fault Dunstan befriended loneliness and took the role of a stranger in his own life. Dunstan do not marry because of his guilt, which leads him to think he does not deserve love.
Holden 's weak connection with his family causes Holden to fail out of Pency. Having nobody to support him while Holden journeys through high school makes Holden lonely and brews his lack of motivation. In addition, Holden constantly isolates himself from society and the people around him. Which leads him to loneliness and severe isolation. In this quote, Holden goes into a telephone booth very bored to call friends.
I was worthless by Mr. Wonka father treating him because I remember. I was disappointed by Mr. Wonka not talking to his dad. My family is going through what Mr. Wonka is going through. My family is not talking to each other because they got in a fight, which I am not old enough to know what it is yet, but I know it’s bad. I am the only one trying to make my family a “family” again, but it is not helping.
("10 Side Effects Of Divorce On Children"). "They slip into a state of shock seeing their parents separate forever." ("10 Side Effects Of Divorce On Children"). They become depressed because their parents are always fighting and quarrelling. They can do nothing to help their parents solve their problems.