Amir feels his betrayal as guilt for what he allows to happen. Guilt has an emotional hold on an individual. It becomes a burden that continues to grow if not resolved. Instead of apologizing, Amir avoids Hassan. Hassan, though, never holds his rape against Amir and never brings it up.
However, Creon’s inability to compromise with Antigone shows how narrow-minded he is. Despite the fact that Eteocles is their brother, he will not listen or hear Antigone’s request for a private burial. Creon will not let anyone make a fool out of him, which is why he doesn’t listen to any
But no one listened, and no one believed. When Moishe the Beadle, Elie’s mentor, returned from being sent away to Kolomay, he desperately tried to warn people of the incredible sights he witnessed. He even tried reaching out to Elie. Moishe “told [them] what had happened to him and his companions. But people not only refused to believe his tales, they refused to listen” (Wiesel 6).
The club where he plays ,and met Suzanne is called The Dungeon. The Puritans would despise this novel Thunderbowl because of the characters do not respect their authority, law breaking characters,and the characters lead sinful lives. Jeremy would not listen to his parents. His dad told him to quit the band,and he did not quit. Jeremy does not care about what his parents are telling him about being realistic with life choices.
Oedipus spends his life hiding and being hidden from his true nature. He was given away to a different family and never told about his true self. When he tried to avoid his destiny, as told by the oracle, he ended up fulfilling it. Because he was never told about his true family he didn’t know that he was walking into chaos, which would eventually lead to him finding out about his true self. Oedipus’ nature was kept from him by his wife, who was also his mother, Jocasta.
The meaninglessness of life is a major theme in The Stranger. Meursault seems to have no reasons for his actions such as marrying Marie even though he’s never thought about it before she mentioned it, writing the letter for Raymond, and killing Raymond’s mistress’ brother. Everyone around him tries to rationalize Meursault 's actions. At the court they try to figure out Meursault 's reasoning for killing the Arab man. The prosecutor and Meursault 's lawyer come up with explanations based on logic and reason, yet Meursault doesn’t really seem to care about what he has done and doesn’t want to think about it either.
She knew that she wasn 't really going to leave with Gatsby, but she kept leading him on. Also she doesn 't even go to Gatsby 's funeral! She cant even send a flower or a note and she leaves far away from West and East egg. I despise both Tom and Daisy, but Daisy 's actions are so reckless she caused superfluous tragedies that could have
Her own life experiences inspired her to warn other women of being misled by society. According to her, marriage will become a prison and both members will desperately try to escape. Ethan goes so far as an attempt on both his and Mattie’s life just to break free of the bond of marriage. By crumbling under the weight of society in marrying Zeena in the first place and when she became what he feared the most, the voice of society, Ethan sealed his own fate. Edith Wharton desperately appeals to other women both then and now and advises them to never fall into the trap of marriage society
In Bradbury’s novel the inhabitants cease to have a point to live, the people do not know reason for anyone or anything. Even the standard of that society is for people to commit suicide and kill each other without remorse because there is a lack of purpose to life. Additionally, the people are unable to have a complexity of thought and therefore make their existence and actions pointless. Even though our society can relate because we too have people intentionally overdosing, like the characters of the book, and are plagued with depression, we understand that life has purpose. Today, individuals are proud to be different and are breaking societal norms, changing the world to fight for what they believe in.
Scout doesn’t know because she never looked at things from his point of view. Based on this type of story, and the fact that Boo never leaves the house, the children assume he’s a terrible man. He could be a wonderful person who is an introvert. Maybe Boo was extremely ill and couldn’t come out. It is not fair to him to make judgements without his