When one of his men, Ted Lavender had left to go pee he was shot on the back of his head, at this moment Jimmy still was thinking about Martha and how he hated her but loved her for the distractions she was bring him:“He hated himself. He had loved Martha more than his men,and as a consequence lavender was now dead”(16). Martha has been a distraction for Jimmy and know he has to face the truth that he isn't fit to watch over his men. The love for Martha is irrevocable. Although Jimmy has killed a man from his repetitive thoughts I felt it was almost necessary for him, war is a miserable thing and what kept him going was the thoughts of Martha.
Jimmy Cross decided to go to war only because his friends went, this makes him become a confused and erratic leader. Jimmy was blamed for the death of Ted Lavender by many of the soldiers who trusted him. He was too in love with Martha and lost his concentration on what is more important. Shame had a crucial effect on the characters throughout the story. It forced them to face more stressful situations that will forever affect their lives.
At first I couldn’t stand her, I was so angry the way she treated David. Then after the went to court and she showed him some love after court I felt sort of bad for her then whenever I found out it was just an act I went back to despising her. - My feelings towards Stephen, David’s father, we all over the place also. At first he was angry with Roerva because they way she treated David so I liked him but as David got older and never checked on him I started to dislike him. He acted like he cared about David but then just abandoned him.
At first, everybody acknowledged her as “Amazing Amy,” but after her reinvention she was no longer suitable for that title. Amy's reinvention was triggered when she came to the realization that her husband, Nick Dunne, was cheating on her with Andie, a young college girl. After discovering that her husband was cheating on her, she reinvented herself into a more vulgar and vengeful individual. The pain and rejection that Amy Dunne experienced after being cheated on led her to wanting revenge on her husband. She turned “Amazing Amy” into a person who wanted to make her husband suffer and feel remorseful for the actions he committed.
He watched his father die, his mom and sister got taken away from him, and he was just struggling. He didn't give up; he kept up a fight. In today's world dehumanizing can be connected with bullying. People bully other people and that person that's getting bullied feel like hurting themselves or killing themselves. They get bullied so bad or dehumanized so much that they run out of options.
Even though no one knew what was going on in Gang Lu head, there is still a general idea that he did this shooting out of guilt. He felt guilty because he disappointed his sister. When someone is in a bad mental state of mind like Gang Lu, they tend to go off their emotions rather than thinking clearly. When the gunman finally pulls the trigger, he not only has to live with the guilt that he killed someone, but he also has to live with the pain that he will cause to his family as well as the decease’s. For example, when a shooting happens whether if it’s at a work place, school, or even at home there is always an outcome that affects everyone around them.
In "The Brute" a belligerent patient arrives and needs stitches. The patient is being dragged in and will not cooperate so the doctor does what any reasonable doctor would do; he stitches his ear to the table. In the end the doctor feels guilty for what he did but knows that it got the job done. Anger is an emotion that can cloud your judgement and cause reckless behavior. The doctor had enough of the criminals behavior, he was screaming, cursing, and will not hold still.
The Ewell’s seem to have trouble with telling the truth. Mayella is lying about her story in order to hide the fact that her father most likely shouldn’t be taking care of her. Mayella comes in with injuries that she blames on Tom Robinson attacking, but everyone in the room knows that her father gets really angry when he’s drinking. Then, when Mayella is asked if her father has ever mistreated her, she hesitates before answering no. The hesitation was clearly noticeable and had to mean something.
The author also illustrated the level of stressed Charlie had by making Charlie throw the book instead of just being mad at himself. Furthermore, the author demonstrates how frustrated Charlie is by using a small situation such as book and blowing it up with Charlie’s reaction. Even though Charlie knew this would happen, he still got mad, because Charlie has set a bar that is too high for him due to the fact he had the surgery. Overall, Charlie has been battling with himself and trying to come to terms with the fact that he will no longer be smart yet, in a much more stressful and traumatic experience, supporting the fact that Charlie was better off before the
Against Jocasta’s suggestions, he is persistent in finding out who his father and mother were. When he does, he is dismally torn to shreds. Even if he didn’t mean to kill his father and have children with his mother, it proves to be immoral and wrong even in today’s standards. Because of his strong emotions of self-hatred, he inflicted much pain unto himself so as to never have to see the world again, therefore proving he suffers both physically and mentally. Oedipus’ downfall makes the audience feel a sense of catharsis, or emotional release that is provoked by Oedipus’ downfall.