However, a prisoner had (at random) mailed Felix a book he had written about the end of the world, asking about technical ideas about a theoretical bomb.. Felix never read the book, but he was interested in the string tied around it. He never really took interest in even his own family, but that morning he wanted to show Newt how to play cat 's cradle. As Felix neared the little Newt, he looked so ugly and large that Newt burst into tears and ran from the house. Angela, Newt 's sister, has told Newt many times that he hurt his father 's feelings that day, but Newt thinks he couldn 't have hurt him very much. Felix didn 't even remember a lot about Emily, Newt 's mother, after she died.
In the story Homer found a solution, for example when he got his rocket fixed him by learning trigonometry was hard but he did not allow it control his life. Algebra has been a struggle most of the homer's life so he did not let that stopping him from reaching his dreams for example even though homer still dropped out of high school he still got a huge award for build the ever successful rocket and also finally getting recognition and acceptance by his father all of those things boost homers self esteem . Get acceptance and recognition probably was one of his biggest obstacles throughout the story. In October sky no one believed in him except his teacher Mrs.Teacher Mrs. Riley that is what kept him
He could read at a college reading level in just second grade, but when it came to math he just couldn 't wrap his head around it. When it came to social situations he also struggled; he couldn 't look someone in the eyes, was afraid of any integration with a stranger, and couldn 't be in a crowded place without having a meltdown. All their life my siblings have been defined as odd. The world believes that they should not be given the chances us "normal" people receive. The world has never given them a chance to achieve greatness, it has only pushed them farther behind.
The family accepts them and invites her to the funeral. When she attends, she is embarrassed by her own weeping. She is homesick, and has been making attempts to belong for so long, and this reminds her of what she left behind. The funeral ended at the crematorium, a symbolic act of immolation. It’s possible that her unease at this part of the ceremony is related to the dislike which Westerners have about facing mortality, but it could also be that the reminder of the limitation of time made her shallow attempts at connecting with others seem ludicrous.
Conversely, in all those experiences Charlie was never present. When Ty’ree was talking to Lafayette he had said “Charlie wasn’t there for any of it-for Daddy, for Mama. And it made him mad and helpless.” Charlie does not remember the last things he said to his parents and that's what makes him angry all the time. When Charlie was away Lafayette and Ty’ree “Had each other after Mama died”, but Charlie went back to Rahway and had to grieve on his own. Nevertheless, this makes Charlie jealous of Lafayette and Ty’ree because they had each other and he had nobody.
At the beginning of the novel Ponyboy's parents were killed in a car accident. Resulting in his older brothers to take care of him. His 2nd oldest brother Sodapop was very nice to Ponyboy and always encouraged him to do well in school. His oldest brother Darry on the other hand was not kind at all to his brothers.
Which makes the math teacher wonder if he didn’t die from a broken heart and that everyone was responsible in some way. In Mizer’s film Cliff Evans represents children who come from broken homes and become literally lost without positive guidance and a feeling of being loved. Cliff Evans, who following his parent’s divorce becomes withdrawn. Cliff was doing well in school until the time his parents divorced. Cliff went from being intellectual to being described as slow and not able to communicate well verbally.
Lack of communication is a problem in the story “Charles”. Because Laurie does not tell his parents a lot about Charles, they do not realize who Charles actually is. For example, Laurie avoids giving a lot of information about Charles. He does not tell them Charles is made up to cover up his bad behavior. Jackson writes, “We don’t have any Charles
Sonny tells his brother that he wants to play piano, going against the norm, but his brother finds him crazy because he has never picked up an instrument in his life. The older brother never really understands his brother and why he wants to do this, but instead accepts the fact that he is doing what he does because it makes him happy at the end of the story, but never really gives him his
The poet lists tactile imagery which emphasise the mother’s loving actions, “she had bathed him And rubbed him down with bare palms”. The unusual image of “-humming in her eyes-” suggests a mother’s lullaby. The use of the dashes breaks the poem’s rhythm, bringing out the mother’s emotion. It is tragic that she can’t bring herself to sing but wants him to rest peacefully. The poet compares this mother to other mothers in the refugee camp to amplify her love for her child and therefore the suffering she has to go through while watching him die.