The migration from a home to living in a concentration camp in Delbo’s None of us Will Return. This migration was unexpected for them because they thought it was something that was going to be fun. In reality, it turned into a traumatic reality. In Mariama Ba, there was a social migration that affected Ramatoulaye. This migration made Ramatoulaye feel different in her physical surroundings, social networks, language, and goals.
Elizabeth Kella suggests that the community perceives Baby Suggs ' celebration as simply giving too much and therefore "offend[ing] them by excess" (Kella 138). This in turn created the domino effect of them first turning their heads when the “four horsemen” came into town looking for Sethe and her family. Second, them shunning Sethe and her family after the murder had been committed. By not warning Sethe about the White men coming the community fails to perform its role as a support for all the participating individuals. A community is supposed to help one another not leave eachother out.
Scott Fitzgerald explains how he doesn’t believe that our elders are so much more knowledgeable than us and how marriage sours quickly (He really gets into many different topics). Elders were more than willing to share experiences with younger people but they really don’t want to hear a reaction to their experience. Fitzgerald explains how “They always talk about their experiences but they go on making the same mistakes at 50” (5). A perfect example of this is Troy in Fences. Troy probably left his family in shambles due to his stint in prison but he worked hard to obtained stable job after he finished his sentence.
Were they faced struggles such as not being comfortable in the town by being judge by their physical appearance ,and also economic state , last but not least the Duvitch family was isolated by their neighbors due to the town ignorance. The ability to feel comfortable and confident as who you are and where you live is a very important aspect , it was shown that in the short story “ The Strangers that came to Town ,” by Ambrose Flack the Duvitch family weren’t comfortable walking in the town due the judgments of their neighbors. The Duvitch were looked at differently by the people in the town who called their family the
“In the meantime they’ll just have to move a little farther north from Mango Street, a little farther away every time people like us keep moving in (Cisneros 13).” This quote is a significant part of the story because it shows how Esperanza truly feels about herself and her family. She thinks that because she is poor and lives and a bad neighborhood people move away from her family. Esperanza doesn’t think very much of her or her family at all. She thinks that it is because of their race that people do not want to be near them. The wealthy people tend to be unwilling to live in poor neighborhoods.
While Unoka was seen by everyone as low because not only did he not have any titles he couldn’t properly take care of his family. This image of Unoka that Okonkwo had all his life lead him to try to build his life to not be like Unoka. “His whole life was dominated by fear, the fear of failure and weakness” for “[resembling] his father” (13). Okonkwo’s identity for himself was that he was to be everything his father wasn’t where on the inside he was vulnerable and controlled by the fear of being Unoka and inversely being himself. The new identity that he built was shown to the village as a rich powerful warrior with many titles.
Murder is quite a big deal and would definitely go under as being the bad guy. She also feels superior to everyone so she sticks her nose up to everything and treats others below her because of her family’s former position in the town. But on the other hand, she is the protagonist because one, the town is part of the reason of her killing Homer and always pitying her and saying that she would live alone forever and two, because her dad had raised her that way. Her dad had kept her sheltered way too long and when any guy would try to get with her, he would turn them down because they were not "worthy enough." She is also the major character in the story and there would be no one else to be the protagonist.
Some critics see that Beneatha is different from her creator, Lorraine Hansberry. Beneatha fights against the rest of her family and she lives in poverty. She was afraid to move into an all-white neighborhood. On the contrary, Lorraine Hansberry did move into an all-white neighborhood and experienced difficulties along with her family. Hansberry did not live the lifestyle that Beneatha did; she did not live in utter poverty.
It seems here that Homer isn’t accepted by the town and people seemingly did not have much thought and respect for Emily’s family. This also demonstrates how Emily was the only person to be accepting of Homer while the rest of the town didn’t accept him, but soon Emily would want Homer by her side for the rest of his life. He wants readers to understand how people can be rejected from society because of where they come from, and how it can affect and lead their
However, this is not a characteristic only presented on Lucius, the entire village is isolated from the rest of the world. The elders ' reason to have that lifestyle is the loss of a loved one. By living in isolation, the younger generations do not know any other way of living beside the one provided by the elders in the village. As Lucius, the elders ' motive is the pain caused to them; they do not want their families or close friends to feel the pain that they suffered when the people from "other towns" as for how the elders referred to everyone outside of the reserve took their loved one. A person or even a community cannot be isolated forever.
He lack of communication regarding the leaders of the Hupacasath leaders and the residents delayed the community intervention from taking place, which in turn lead them to poverty and low employment rates.it also seemed to segregate them from the Alberni community. Another issues would have been the lack of knowledge of how to use the economy around them. This as the second biggest weakness I found. The leaders of these communities should have briefed the residents of the possibilities around them but yet nothing was done. Some strengths that I found were the communication that took place between the two communities and within the communities themselves.
Difficulty Settling in Charleston The biggest threat to the settlement of Charleston was the un-happy local Native Americans, because the British were building a permanent settlement. The English wanted to settle there because they thought there was a food source,water,transportation,and fertile soil there,but there were some conflicts such as not enough food, or resources, the bad geography, and the disease that was spreading throughout the town. Many people were hesitated to to settle there because of these reasons. Settled means to adopt to a more steady or secure life style of life, especially in a permanent house or job. Charleston was very difficult to settle because of resources, disease, and geography.
They do not believe in good things in life, but they only can see the pains and helplessness. Everything can be repaired in life except humans’ minds. Both protagonists get into perplexity, they lose directions of their lives. At the end of two stories, Kreb finally realizes the epiphany and he determines to start his new life in a new town while Seymour decides to rescue himself from sorrow by ending his life with a gun. As a matter of fact, returning veterans are fragile, they are alienated from their families and have to bear the isolation.
In Denise Kiernan’s The Girls of the Atomic City, the people of the town of Oak Ridge definitely had to make these personal sacrifices to achieve their dreams. To begin, they lived in a society built on misinformation and silence causing a lack of honest communication. The residents of the town were also told nothing of what their purpose was, leading many to feel useless or guilty for being a part of what they were a part of. Not only that but they also were given tight, and in some cases very exposed, living spaces. They did all of this to achieve their dream of making more money then they had ever made before.