This shows the cruelty of what is happening, No one is spared from the concentration camps, not even the babies. The outside world is portrayed as evil and heartless creatures, ultimately, this creates sympathy towards the characters. However, in Disabled Wilfred Owen refers to the outside world as caring and helpful people. In the poem, he writes, “and put him to bed” to show how much he relies on them and has to wait for the nurses who he doesn't even know. This creates sympathy because without them he is helpless, unwanted.
All of these characters are described as sad and hopeless individuals. This kind of work attracted people who are loners, as George says: “Guys like us, that work on ranches, are the loneliest guys in the world. They got no family. They don’t belong no place.”(13) Each of the character has a slightly different type of loneliness. Curley’s wife is lonely because she is all alone on the ranch; far away from her friends and any distractions in the town.
In the second paragraph of the story the author states that she is suffering because she doesn't have the things she wants by saying, “She suffered endlessly, feeling herself born for every delicacy and luxury. She suffered from the poorness of her house, from its mean walls, worn chairs, and ugly curtains.” (Guy de Maupassant 2) “She had no clothes, no jewels, nothing. And these were the only things she loved;” (Guy de Maupassant 2) The author included this to let the readers know what kind of “Poverty” Matilde was living in. Mathilde doesn't seem to love her husband as much. He thinks different about her.
Black e mo…”(Morrison 65) This forced her to become angry and since she has no one to shout at without being shouted back at, she ends the cycle being at the lowest of the low. So she starts to believe everything that she is told is true. All of this harassment from everyone in her life pushes her emotional and mental capacity to the breaking point until she drowns in the pursuit of trying to fix everything that she has ever been picked on for. She becomes insane and disconnected from reality, living in her own bubble of a world. Gaines uses a similar setting in A Gathering of old men to produce the same thematic conclusion.
Rebecca Skloot develops the idea that poverty comes with many difficult situations, in the book, "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks". True, Henrietta and her family were poor, could barely afford their medical bills, and they didn 't get the extended care that they deserved. You will learn how being poor can change your life and what is done with it . In the book, Henrietta 's daughter, Deborah, has many medical problems and she has to spend all her money on not even all her medicine. Deborah states, "Truth be told, I can 't get mad at science because it help people live, and I 'd be a mess without it.
Every part of society was against them and fighting back did much more harm than good. Slavery was a long, slow process of dulling. Slaves had the constant fear of physical violence, the threat of losing the ones they love, and endured a life of always being treated as subhuman. One way that slavery dulled those in its grip was the constant fear of physical violence. Their masters could hurt or kill them at any moment and there’s nothing they could do.
This even caused her to separate herself from the only world she knew her family. Ultimately resulting in her death. In Margaret Atwood’s short story, she asserts that being discriminated and isolated causes the narrator to have deep mental issues that lead to signs of depression through the protagonist’s unorthodox way of accepting her fate without any hesitation to prevent her life being taken away. In this story, the narrator has been lead to believe that she has no part in her community. Throughout her life, she has been isolated by her entire town even by those who she called family.
My first point which shows sympathy in Hunchback In The Park is that the Hunch back does not fit in a class because of his disability. This point is backed up by "slept at night in a dog kennel". That quote is showing that he is almost in the same class as a dog, this quote is also showing isolation as he has he can't go anywhere else because of how cruel the society is. Society is cruel towards the Hunchback because of his disability.The author is referring back to isolation and poverty as he is homeless because of what he looks like, the author is referring back to poverty as the Hunchback had to sleep in a dog kennel because he had nowhere else to go. Sympathy is being shown as the Hunchback is shown as an outsider.
Crooks and Curley’s wife actually admitted to being lonely while George showed he was lonely. George did have Lennie but Lennie was “different”, Curley’s wife was a woman and of course was stuck in a house all alone with nobody to talk too, and Crooks, he didn’t have someone who had the same value as him. Crooks was the only black man on the ranch, and of course with people talking about him and treating him like he was worthless, he grew to be lonely. Crooks was a lonely man, he didn’t have anyone who had the same “value” as him. I mean, imagine being on a ranch, being the only colored person there, and basically being alone for days.
Both the children and Amadeo Peralta treat both the victims in the story like animals. In if you Touched my heart the Isabel Allende describes the harsh conditions she was forced to live in and the effect it had on her body “She was unaware of the scales sprouting from her skin, or the slick worms that had spun a nest in her long, tangled hair” (Allende 523). Although she is clueless to all these things happening to her body she is still in the worst possible place and this is a clear example of him not caring about her. He almost left her for dead because he forgot about her. Like in the story “If You Touched My Heart” The children in “The Man in The Well” The children can tell that the man is not feeling okay the first indication was that he was in a well but He sounds sick “We heard him coughing in the well” (Sher22).
Blacks depended on whites for everything they needed, because without the money from the white people,black people couldn’t accomplish anything. Although black slaves were freed, they were really held down to the point where slavery might have been better option. As to being free and poor, black people starved to death, while living on a plantation food was provided for them. Race was a major setback in little Moody’s life. She was never afforded the nice clothes and food that white had due to her being in continuous poverty.
62-63. Another thing was when they were at the camp, they never lost all faith. At moments some faith would be lost but they always tried to survive not only for their families but for god. The camps were really bad. It was definitely not a fun place to be at.
Glaspell uses the moods of the characters to show the readers Mrs. Wright’s descent into isolation. Mr. and Mrs. Wright lived a strange and lonely marriage, no communication between the two. Having no one to talk to, leads a person to isolate themselves. Mrs. Hale mood points out “Not having children makes less work – but it makes a quiet house and Wright out to work all day, and no company when he did come in” (122). This quote shows the readers that Mrs. Wright felt very lonely when her husband was away at work.
She was his first love and the only way to remember her is a necklace, to think of her and there is no other way to “see her again” (with memories) Calvin and Petey are isolated from everyone and feel that they always get separated with the ones they love the most, like Cassie and Joe. Petey promises himself that no matter how difficult, he wouldn’t be hurt by anyone again. He had been hurt for the last time. Trevor feels so bad for Petey because he has cerebral palsy and that his life is so unfair. When people hurt Petey, who was helpless he thought that he was living in a crazy world with some cold hearted people.
Initially, it was a huge issue with Herman and became only worse when he was finally unable to work at all. He feared there would be no one to maintain the house and take care of the children if she was working. It also threatened his masculinity, but similar to the families in the museum, they had no choice. If he wanted his children to eat and have a home he had to allow Katie to work. Several other ideas also overlapped between the Tenement Museum and Jews without Money.