Throughout the story, Cassia represents a depressing mood because she falls in love with someone she isn't allowed to be with and then Ky gets taken away from her so she has to embark on a journey to find him. For example, on page 229, Cassia says “I want to reach out and grab his hand and hold it to me, right over my heart, right where it aches the most. I don’t know if doing that would heal me or make my heart break entirely, but either way this constant hungry waiting would be over.” Condie uses this description to influence the readers feelings towards the situation.
A certain loss in Antonio’s life is his late friend , Florence, a classmate sincerely against God. Antonio is saddened and worried about Florence and attempts to let Florence at least believes in something, like the Golden Carp. Before Antonio can introduce Florence to the peaceful pagan god and make him realize that not all gods are powerful and intimidating, Florence dies drowning. After the drowning of Florence, Antonio is forced to question the restriction of Catholicism, once again. Antonio looks in the direction of religion for help as he can feel the innocence fading.
(CITE STORY). This sentence symbolizes a dream that has no hope of becoming true and eventually dries up. The sun represents the other duties that weigh in on a person’s dreams and causes the dream to eventually fade away. The line saying, “Or fester like a sore- and then run?,” is another line full of symbolism. A sore usually swells and festers into a bump.
Currently Amir and Sohrab’s relationship isn 't very stable. Sohrab lost his trust for Amir after Amir told Sohrab he would have to go back to the orphanage. Amir acknowledges his sins in the past, and that 's why with his every effort, tries to find peace and forgiveness with himself, Allah, and Hassan. The only way to do this is to nurture Sohrab and give him the treatment Amir himself wasn’t able to provide for Hassan. In chapter forty six and forty seven of A Thousand Splendid suns, Mariam unleashes her emotions of pain and anger towards Rasheeb, resulting in his death.
The last lines of the poem : “Woe be to them / that for a loved one must wait in longing” (52-53) sum up what I think is the other piece of the essence of the lament. Grief and misery were the consequences of breaking the vow of love: “often we vowed / that but death alone would part us two / naught else. But this turned round now…” (21-23) We see that it wasn’t death who tore them apart, but rather the husband’s family.
This symbolism seems to express the author's dismay at how maturity means accepting surrender to the whims of one's family and one's culture. These lines describes Gregor’s last condition: "He had pains, of course, throughout his body, but it seemed to him that he was getting gradually fainter and fainter and would finally go away altogether. The rotten apple in his back and the inflamed area around it, which was completely covered with fluffy dust, already hardly bothered him. He thought back on his family with deep emotion and love.
It is difficult for me to break down sobbing in front of people, but I do indeed whimper, and then comes the hours behind closed doors, and you can just imagine Niagra Falls worth of H2O mixed with some sodium chloride (and probably quite a few other things I am not educated enough to know) pouring down my clenched and tight face. These tears are tears of mourning, and mourning that I feel God having too. I know His plans are good, and I know anything evil entering into one of His precious children 's path shatters His heart. I just give my hurts to the dude who can handle it! When I try to take control of my hurting heart, I wind up with drooping eyes and probably bit of drool coming out of my mouth: I turn into an emotional
Concerning that we can suppose that the death of her son was a sort of push to Harnik to begin writing and to overcome the depression, and to become a much known poet; by contrast, Ravikovitch constantly suffered from painful headaches and depression, she even tried to commit suicide, Harnik never did. In a pocket of Harnik’s son was a poem of Natan Zach, who was also inspired by that fact, and wrote a beautiful item called “Regret” a sparkle to kindle the fire of Raiah’s talent, to help her overcome the sorrow and
- Liesel, having already lost three people, faces yet another loss, but this is no regular loss. Liesel loves Hans to death, and learning that he must aid efforts in World War II takes a huge toll on her emotions. The things she use to find pleasure in doing no longer feel the same. 2. “I should have stayed, I should have stayed….”
Therefore pain, celebrations and more choice would have made The Giver community more positive. One thing that would have made the community more positive is pain. One example on page 69 is “When he had crushed his finger in the door, he had quickly , gasping into the speaker notified his mother ; she had hastily requisitioned relief-of-pain medication which had promtly delivred to his dwelling. ”This supports the claim because if they dont have pain they will not learn from there mistakes. If they don 't learn from their mistakes they will keep doing dumb things.
This could be the reason that Connie’s perceptions on the world are being peeled away from her. In view of her insights of Arnolds real intentions, She hopes that her family will come home and save her but they are nowhere near. To that end, one could say that when Oates reveals “she (Connie) cried out for her mother, she felt her breath start jerking back and forth in her lungs as if it was something Arnold Friend was stabbing her with again and again with no tenderness” (376), reveals the force that Arnold Friend has over Connie at this moment. Furthermore, Connie is so overtaken with fright that she cannot even think of how to use the phone and make that call for help.
In fact, although my leg was progressively healing, my mental state began to take a dramatic decrease. I hated the feeling of helplessness being unable to do even the most simple of things by myself. Because I was torn between a constant state of depression and anxiety, my parents both agreed it was time I see a therapist. My therapist explained to me that I may be suffering from something known as post-traumatic stress disorder. Rolling the golf cart had been very traumatic to me both physically and mentally.