Thirdly, Candy struggles through being lonely and isolated after Carlson shot his dog and because Candy does not work with the others since he is a swamper. Lastly Crooks goes through this theme because he has to stay in a room next to the barn and is isolated from the others because he is black. Steinbeck uses different factors to portray the loneliness and isolation within characters such as physical or mental, which then deliver various messages to readers. Curley’s wife struggles through loneliness and isolation because she is the only woman on the ranch. Curley’s wife is
None of them get what they want. Curley’s wife ends up dead and Candy and Crooks end up with nowhere to go but back to the ranch and a life where they are hated and shunned. All because of something they cannot control, their gender, their age, and their race. Everyone deserves an equal chance at their dream, but that is not how life works. Both now and in the 1930’s, the minories face challenges that others do not.
Loneliness within Societies The 1930’s was a time of segregation. Many people were discriminated against because of their race, gender, disabilities and occupations. At this time, many people were migrant workers because they could not get jobs because of their race. In John Steinbeck’s fiction novel Of Mice and Men, George and Lennie were discriminated against. They were not able to have families or many friends because they were always moving from farm to farm.
"The Wizard of Oz" is a fictional story Oz about , a Kansas girl Dorothy Rolled up tornado to a place called Munchkins, kindly witch urged her to go to the Emerald City of Oz Grand Warlock help her home. On the way, she has met the Scarecrow, he needs a brain; Woodman, he needed a heart; Cowardly Lion, he takes guts. They go hand in hand, encourage each other and help each other overcome difficulties one after another, and finally came to the Emerald City. Because of their outstanding performance, large healers to help them achieve their aspirations, the Scarecrow got a brain; the Tin Woodman to get a heart; Cowardly Lion got the courage, finally, the Scarecrow became the leader of the Emerald City, metal who became the leader of Winkies lion
Most of the people on the ranch treated Crooks unfairly just because he was black. In the story Of Mice and Men, George and Lennie arrived late to work at the ranch. In a conversation with another ranch hand he told them the boss was upset that they were late and he gave the stable buck hell too. When George questioned why he would give the stable buck hell, the ranch hand replied “Sure. Ya see the stable buck’s a nigger.” George then says “Nigger, huh?” The ranch hand replies “Yeah.
Many things are put in the tree such as gum, indian heads, gray twine, soap carvings of them, a medal, and a pocket watch. The Finches are thankful for the things they’re receiving, so they decide to write a letter showing their gratitude. The next day the knot in the tree was filled with cement, which was done by Mr. Nathan Radley. Later on, we find out that it had been Boo who was leaving those little gifts for Jem and Scout. Scout realizes that she hasn’t done enough for Boo and feels bad for accusing him of being a monster.
Once Jonas was out playing catch in his community with his friend Asher when "(page 30) just for an instant it had changed in mid air." This shows that the setting around that Jonas doesn't see the setting around him like his friends do.In Harrison Bergeron, George and Hazel have a child named Harrison who doesn't at all fit in with his society, he has more handicappers than anyone. Harrison has giant bags that are filled with bird shot to make him week and, he also has a mask to keep his face hidden from the community. It Is evident in the analysis of characters in multiple dystopian text for example in Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins Katniss is faced with many obstacles people could never do. In The giver Jonas is faced with several obstacles especially since he holds a very special position in his community.
Dorothy, the main character, is from Kansas and lives with her Aunt Em and small dog Toto. She represents America by being honest, kindhearted and plucky. The second character would be the Scarecrow, he represents that the people, including farmers were capable of understanding complex theories that differ from the standard. This was portrayed through the Scarecrow because at first he thought he had no brain, as the story goes on he turns out to be creative and shrewd. Next on the path they meet Tim Woodman, who symbolizes the workingman.
People during this time period were unaware of mental disabilities which made it hard for them to get jobs. Lennie and George’s dream was to own their own farm but it was hard to attain because of money issues and Lennie's disability, “But he gets in trouble alla time because he’s so Goddamn dumb” (Steinbeck 41). George was the only one who knew about Lennie’s disability and he kept it a secret because if people knew, they would have never gotten a job. People with mental and physical disabilities were discriminated during the Great Depression because they were different, which made it hard to attain dreams. There were many protests that happened during the Great Depression involving people with disabilities, people would go to relief offices and demand for jobs, but the
Houses and fields were left unattended during the trials, and crop failure was a result of the neglect. Salems Politics were also affected, the Salem Village committee was replaced with an anti-Parris committee. Parris tried to make peace and save his job but didn't do very well and agreed to leave the town. After the trials many of the townspeople didn't get along with the ones who accused their friends or family. These trials shook the town of Salem, they even changed the name of the town after that to Danvers because of how guilty
Since there weren 't many medical supplies, some couldn 't be treated. The soldiers also slept in small canvas that was weak and didn 't, provide any protection from the snow. This resulted in them having diarrhea, dysentery, and fevers. With so many sicknesses going around about 2,000 out of 12,000 people died. George Washington tried to encourage the farmers to sell some of their food to the soldiers because they were short on supplies.
All they had was rotten potatoes, beans, and bread to eat every day. So there were no favorable or enjoyable food for them to eat, in fact, it was just so disgusting for them to eat that sometimes they would throw it up. And just to make it worse, Mr Van Daan was caught stealing bread just for himself. Pretty selfish of him, considering that they had little food to make due with in the first place Before that crisis, the families had to divide the food or rations up evenly by 8 people. Think about that, they have barely any food, but still had to divide the food up by 8 people?
Escape was a nonexistent remedy, except in someone’s imagination. Since the camp was secret, the guards routinely ignored international law. Prisoners did not eat meat once a week. They existed on rice, sometimes mixed with straw or rat droppings (Bos). He describes what happened when the men complained about the lack of meat in his book Devil At My Heels, “Even before the driver dumped it into the trough, the smell overpowered us and the whole mass seemed to move.