Americans should be happy with what they have because people around the world are dieing of hunger, while they sit around looking for the next thing to buy. II. Body Paragraph 1 (Adversity) A. William Kamkwamaba faces many challenges in The Boy Who Harnessed Wind (Why is it so hard for William to get an education?) B. Lack of Resources (money, food) C. Lack of Electricity D. Criticism by his peers for foolish ideas III.
We dredged him up, for killed, until he whined "O sir, my eyes — I'm blind — I'm blind, I'm blind!" Coaxing, I held a flame against his lids And said if he could see the least blurred light He was not blind; in time he'd get all right. "I can't," he sobbed. Eyeballs, huge-bulged like squids Watch my dreams still; but I forgot him there In posting next for duty, and sending a scout To beg a stretcher somewhere, and floundering about To other posts under the shrieking air. Those other wretches, how they bled and spewed, And one who would have drowned himself for good, — I try not to remember these things now.
Edward Cole and Carter Chambers are both experiencing the hardships of cancer. Carter is extremely flat and resigned to death. He is detached from his family and leads a very dull life. However, Edward is rude, selfish and abrupt as shown in his many statements such as “kiss my ass...” Edward is very demanding and insensitive. The bucket list was created by Carter as a “young mans wishes”.
Lennie does not know his own strength, reacts to trouble when he is scared Idioms- “old lady” (p.53), “throw a litter” (p.58), “punk” (p.62), “cut off his wind” (p.63) Allusions- Luger, phonograph, fence picket, Golden Gloves Chapter 4- 66. Crooks was alone, living by himself and able to leave his personal possessions lying around 67. Loneliness- people kept their distance from Crooks because he was black 68. Loneliness- Lennie also quite alone in the world- only friend is George and tries to make friends with Crooks 69. Lennie- a genuinely nice person, has nice smile that tempted Crooks to let him in 69.
In one story you have one person who kills someone and hide their heart in the floor boards of their floor and in the other story you have someone who straighten nails that have been bent, collects bits of string, and can be consider a pack rat. They will be considered a pack rat because they don’t throw anything away, so they just try to fix it like new and reuse it. Some may think how that is crazy because he is going green. I am not sure about saving the useless stuff is really going green. And for the guy who hides a man’s heart he killed in the floor board is he that cheap and weak that he can’t go bury the body and all the parts.
I tell ya," he cried, "I'll tell ya a guy gets too lonely an' he gets sick" (Steinbeck 72). Crooks does not have anyone to talk to, this shows another side of him. While he talks about men in general feeling lonely, he really is talking about the way he feels. Crooks is mostly affected because he is shut down from activities and the workers in the ranch mistreat him because he is black. While talking to Candy he says, ".
We see how selfish and self centered the narrator is as he has thoughts of, “this blind man” “coming to sleep in [his] house” and telling his wife “maybe [he] could take him bowling” (22). The narrator’s jealousy and lack of interest in Robert’s visit is blatantly apparent. While his wife goes to the depot to pick up Robert
this very discontent feeling would further add to the very isolation the Glaspell is trying to portray. How is anyone to feel connected when they much live with a foul personality? “He was a hard man” (Glaspell 181); “Like a raw wind that gets to the bone” (Glaspell 181). He gave his wife a dispirited sense of being. She probably felt smothered by his bleak nature and with the fact that the farmhouse was too isolated for anyone to want to visit, Mrs. Wright was left alone.
It is a biggest nightmare of their lives. The horrendous health devil of depression is making their mind fatigue and they are unable to overcome or rescue the recession problem. The last dialogue of the cartoon “Sell” tells us that the author highlights the downfall of the stock and business that nobody is ready to buy or sell anything, and all the businesses ended into extensive destruction. Adam Zyglis cartoon is effective in many ways. First the selection of the title clearly tells us that what is the cartoon about and what message is he trying to convey through the selection of his dialogue throughout the cartoon.
Loneliness for some is a dull beginning of a bright future, and for others, it is unfortunate and eternal. In The Shipping News by Annie Proulx, Quoyle is a character who suffers through a boundless amount of loneliness that exists in many forms. He becomes lonely as he is involved in a one-way relationship and also exhibits the feeling of isolation when he is singled out by society. Similarly, the life experiences of a narrator in an anonymous writer’s poem, Bow Down Your Head and Cry, closely resemble the isolation and hardships that Quoyle is forced to suffer through. The narrator experiences loneliness and great difficulties coping with the separation of his loved one and additionally felt isolated as he was alienated from society.