This closure is not met from solving the mystery nor did it resolve the relationship struggle, but it was instead resolved by the extinction of deceit surrounding him and his mother. The main cause of the family struggle in the Schell family was due to the deceitful actions by Oskar and his mother, and the inability to express emotions and feeling between Grandma Schell and Thomas Sr. Within the finale of the novel, the reader witnesses a beginning to the fixed relationship between Oskar and his mother, but also the separation of a failed relationship between Grandma and Thomas. Even though one relationship was not able to survive through the trauma, the relationship between Oskar and his mother is fixed with truth and also implied that their
It does not always require to own tons of money. Being completely and one hundred percent successful entails using the key values in life that are hard to attain. Being courteous, respectful, and having integrity can lead to far better things than wealth and fame. Staying true to oneself achieves success because everything surrounding humans leads to temptation. For instance, if someone worked hard to be wealthy it becomes easy to get caught up in a life of impressing other rich friends who are just trying to compete with you behind your back.
Everything was done in the cheapest way.” (O’Neill 948). Mary was very much ashamed of her home and her husband hated calling people and receiving them. She also states that her husband never wanted a home so she never had no place to attached herself to and a place to be comfortable
He and Louise had different interest because Christian never did anything but football and work so he never gained any interests or hobbies. Christian told Louise, "I don 't want to go to any art galleries. I want to sit here and drink Scotch whisky" (4). While Louise was out learning about life and gaining interests from the art and the plays, Christian was just working. When the economy broke down it was like his entire life ended because he did not know anything else so he ended up becoming an alcoholic.
In the novel, he states: “Except for their humping, Tyler and Marla were never in the same room… This is exactly how my parents were invisible to each other” (Palahniuk 65). Joe compares Tyler and Marla to his parents as how they are never in the same room. There is only sexual attraction but no communication between the two. This collapsed relationship can also be seen as the cause that lead to the narrator’s isolation within society as he has received none of the love from his father but only his mother’s. It affects the way his life turns out to be, his job and his desire.
The civilians won’t clapping, they just were upset and saluted us with courage and honour. I felt upset to as, we had gave up our own lives for nothing. As it seems like that war seems to be a waste of human life. By looking at the damage it has done for families, who had lost their own sons, they won’t smiling, they knew that they would lose a loved one. When it had come across the next day, no one was inside, everyone was outside!
Leaving her friends behind, she once again felt depressed due to isolation of her friends and family. The female speaker then states, “My lord commanded me to live with him here;/ I had few loved ones or loyal friends/ in this country , which causes me great grief”(15-17). These lines prove that no matter what the scenario is, the man's wife has to do what pleases him even if it costs her leaving her loved ones at her home country. In the “Wife's Lament”, the feeling of detachment and depression by the female speaker, describes the lack of control over her situation. For instance, the speaker announces “...I walk alone in the light of dawn/ under the oak-tree and through this earth-cave,/ where I must sit the summer-long day;/ there I can weep for all my exiles,/ my many troubles; and so I may never/ escape from the cares of my sorrow mind,...”(35-40).
As well as Amir feeling misunderstood, Alice Walker felt the same way about her own father. From the excerpt “Father”, it reveals “ I’m positive my father never understood why I wrote.” , and as a result, Alice and her father never got an opportunity to connect with each
It is implied that Meursault felt no grief when his mother died because Camus did not have a good relationship with his mother, especially after his father’s death. He failed multiple marriages, was denied from military enlistment, and lost his jobs. After these occurrences, Camus does not really feel any meaning to life. In the novel, Meursault normally feels indifferent toward events that the average person would have at least some emotion. These include his mother’s death and burial, possible marriage to Marie, friendship with
The emotional response is differed in characters between Eugene’s children and his wife and Ade Coker’s child and his wife. Beatrice Achike never mourns his death. Wearing full black or full white represents one who expresses their grief. Nevertheless, Beatrice never wears and does not attend the first and the second memorial masses. There is opposite to Beatrice, Yewande.