Throughout the novella, Curley's wife was consistently looking for Curley and she spent most of her time in the ranch house alone. The two were never together and the only time they were Curley was nasty to her, which drove Curley's wife to feel alone, “I don’t like Curley. He ain’t a nice fella.” (Curley's wife 89). In reality, the only reason she tried to talk to the ranch hands was because she wanted to have a conversation with one who would not be nasty to
Jude feels completely isolated from her parents. One no longer alive, and the other does not communicate anything with her anymore. He sits alone with his own thoughts, and Jude with her’s. Her twin brother Noah tells readers that during their mother’s life, the “Truth is, I think Mom and I had gotten used to not noticing her when the three of us were together” (73). Noah and his mother ignored Jude whenever they were all out doing something, because of this lack of being able to talk to her mother while she was still alive, it just pushed Jude further and further away from her family.
How 'd you like that?” curley 's wife also spends her days hounded by her mean-spirited husband with her attempts to reach out to the other men backfiring, ultimately leading to her death when she desperately reaches out to Lennie saying “Why can 't I talk to you? I never get to talk to nobody. I get awful lonely." Through symbolism, Steinbeck is conveying that ignorance and isolation can have extreme consequences and we learn that negligence can turn an individual towards the wrong person.By portraying isolation in a negative light Steinbeck displays how companionship is essential to the emotional wellbeing of an individual. Slim even states that ‘a guy goes nuts if he ain’t got nobody’.
Her mother played games with them and gave them all the attention they could ever want. Then, when Sethe realized Beloved was her long dead daughter the dynamic began to shift. Sethe and Beloved “played all the harder” (p.283) and “cut Denver out of the games.” (p.283) These games caused Sethe to lose her job because she would not go to work on time. Still, Denver did not realize there was a huge problem, she was on edge, but unsure of her situation. As Beloved and Sethe become more absorbed in there obsesion, Sethe began to give Beloved everything, leaving almost nothing for Denver and herself.
The conflict in Fast Forward is that Kenisha is getting into non-stop trouble after her mother 's death and she keeps using this reason to lash out and fight when she does. She also starts to hang with the wrong crowd after she got expelled from her old school Hazlehurst because of her behaviors and that she didn 't do any of her school work as well. Another conflict in the book is that she blames her dad and his new girlfriend for her mother 's death and she can 't live in the same house as them. Kenisha response to her conflict is that she takes the incentive to moves out her dad 's house and away from his girlfriend to live with her grandmother, she couldn 't accept that his girlfriend cried about the same thing her mom had gone through and that she was pregnant and naming her
It was not long ago since we lost our grandmother, and the saying "misfortunes never come singly" had came to my mind. I was so frightened back then, worrying what if the second misfortune came. While I was sinking into the somber mental state, I had regretted about my attitude, how I treated her and how bad I was. I could not even remember when the last time I told her “I love you” was. I often got irritated at her, whining about the distance from my home to school, pestered her for letting me live apart from the family near school.
Father’s family doesn’t like Karthika and her mother. They often say that Karthika will become a mental patient like her mother sooner or later. They say it runs in the family as her maternal grandmother too was a psychiatric patient. Challenges Since the mother is sick, she often goes to her own home and returns only after many days. When the mother returns home the father will be so angry with her because she had left the children alone.
When the mother returns home the father will be so angry with her because she had left the children alone. But she doesn’t bother; she goes whenever she wills, sometimes in the middle of the night, walking all the way to her parents’ house. She doesn’t listen to anyone. When the researcher met Karthika, her mother had gone to her parents’ housed and Karthika was alone at home. Karthika narrated how once her father warned the mother against her going home every now and then.
For her search of own space in the society, she rebels against tradition, cancels her marriage and gets isolated in the process. Her family locks her in a room instead of understanding her feelings and her love for the professor. In this context, Maneeta Kalhon’s observation is noteworthy to focus on Virmati’s situation because of family’s ignorance towards her feelings. She observes, “Virmati is caught between family and romantic love. Her family has been shown to be taking all the important decisions of her life on her behalf, still they don’t understand her love for the professor.” (Kalhon 3) The comment by Kalhon explores that Manju Kapur has depicted the very Indian family’s mentality towards women in the
Mr.Hollick. Her husband needed to pitch her to his English boss to save his own skin. When she demonstrated her outrage by saying nothing. Baba get awkward and after that maddened by her quietness. Abruptly he rushed her, snatched her hair, punched her and Ammu for her self-protection brought down the heaviest book – The Reader 's process world map book .After this occurrence Ammu concluded that she will leave Baba and returned to her parent ' house because she don’t want the effect of violence and abuse on her small children.