A boy named Johnny in the book The Outsiders By SE Hinton is mistreated by his parents. They do not set boundaries for him and in result he makes bad choices. In the book Johnny makes a decision to run away from home into the unknown eventually leading to Johnny killing a boy named Bob. If Johnny had more boundaries he may have stayed safe and not killed Bob. Another reason that boundaries are important, in the book The Outsiders.
He hates it there, “I can hardly, think about the movie,I hate this pace so much. But if i didn't think of the movie i would go crazy.” it is getting so bad for him. The jail, the inmates, the food, and the stress is breaking him. He is not meant to be here, he isn't the bad guy everyone makes him
In these realistic fiction novels, set in Germany and the U.S.A, the main characters Maniac, and Misha must deal with family issues and not being able to fit in. In “Milkweed” and “Maniac Magee” Jerry Spinelli portrays the main characters having no family to express how hard it is to succeed without support. First off, in the realistic novel Milkweed, Misha is abandoned by his whole family; but they did not leave him he just got kidnapped so he never got a chance to see them.
Hamlet felt like nobody was supporting him after his father died and with no support comes no advice. Hamlet was also dealing with a lot of emotions that are hard to deal with not to mention control. Hamlet was all so feeling betrayal in all of his relationships as stated before. Hamlet’s mother moved on to Claudius so fast (less than two months) that Hamlet thought she didn’t love his father the way he thought while growing up or maybe she only married him to stay queen. Then Claudius tells Hamlet to move on and that mourning for this long is unmanly and he should move on because everybody dies.
He tried so hard to be the opposite of his father. A weak, lazy, and unsuccessful man. So he started to hate everything his father loved. “Okonkwo was ruled by one passion - to hate everything that his father Unoka had loved. One of those things was gentleness and another was idleness(10).” As you can see, Okonkwo really never showed his kids and his children any kindness or gentleness.
Like Nathan, many kids had fathers who were absent or fleeting. When these fathers did stick around, they were not always the best influences around their sons because they did not know how to be fathers to kids they could have easily had with another women around. With Gaz and Nathan’s relationships, it is almost like the son becomes the father and the father the son as Nathan keeps reminding his dad that stealing is bad, breaking in and entering is wrong, and that causing Gerald to loose his job was rude. Nathan makes his dad give Gerald back the gnome he smashed just like a father would do if his son had damaged one of his friend’s toys. Even as Gaz is walking up and down the streets, he and Dave rate the women they see on a scale of one to ten, and Nathan explains how that’s perverted and gross to do.
On Earth, he struggles to find his identity after his accident in war and his brother’s death. Once he is signed on to the Pandora mission, there are many scenes where he is compared to his brother by Dr. Augustine and the scientists, due to his severe lack of training. The entire time on Pandora, Jake is constantly trying to prove himself to the humans, whether to Colonel Quaritch or to Grace Augustine. He feels as if he does not belong with the humans or with the Na’vi. "Everything is backwards now, like out there is the true world, and in here is the dream."
This is similar to how God delivers divine retribution to his creation. This is all in vain when Victor dies after a miserable life of guilt, shame, paranoia, and tragedy. After spending so much time learning the secret to life, Victor spends a lot of time trying to destroy the very thing that he creates. Shelly does this to inform the reader that some mysteries are not worth pursuing. Frankenstein punishes himself, his family and his consciousness suffered because of his arrogance of trying to have the power of God.
A character in the story that he can not stand is his father Unoka.” He had no patience with unsuccessful men, he had no patience with his father.” HIs father was not a good person to look up to , and he grew up hating his father. “He learned to hate everything his father loved.” He proba He couldn’t stand the fact that his father was lazy and he always asked for money so he build up debts. Okonkwo probably has anger problems because of this father because he kind of needed a role model and his father bly thought hating everything his father loved will make him not be like his father and since he was afraid of growing up to be like his father , then that is why he hated everything his father loved. Okonkwo’s wives also make him lose his temper because they sometimes provoke him to be angry all the time. “ Okonkwo’s second wife had merely cut a few leaves off it to wrap some food and she said so.” Okonkwo got angry because they killed his banana
The creature decides that Justine Moritz will suffer for the murder that he committed, thus an innocent soul was tormented and executed for a murder she did not commit (Shelley 127). Although Victor himself did not commit the murders, he felt remorseful and was in distraught and believed that he was responsible for the actions of his creation. It was the burden of knowing that his own actions caused a multitude of deaths, which led to his demise. Likewise to Lady Macbeth, Victor Frankenstein wants to confess secrets about his muderous monster to his fiancé, Elizabeth, because he wants to alleviate himself from the burden of his horrendous creation. However, when his own monster kills his beloved friend, he no longer has the ability to confide his feelings to someone.