Lennie was very isolated also from the ranch workers because he wasn't normal and acted very childish, this mustn't of been nice for Lennie and that is how the ranch is unpleasent for him. Carlson made Candy's life on the ranch very hard because he depised Candy's smelly old dog, in the book Carlson kills the dog because it was old and it stank but he never cared about how Candy felt about the dog he just cared about himself. Carlson killed the dog eventhough he knew how much Candy loved it, when Carlson suggested killing the dog “Candy looked for help from face to face” but nobody helped him. The reason why Candy couldn't stop Carlson from killing his dog was because he was a very brittle old man and was mainly over powered by people stronger than him. This event was very unpleasent for Candy.
Jameson instead “remain(s) quiet… and never raise(s) his head” (71). Mapes then hits him and he falls on the ground. Jameson looks up like a “little dog would look up to its mistress” (71) to see if anyone would possibly help him. If he was Mathu, he would have had the entire town jumping up in to his aid. Unfortunately, because of his cowardly presence, nobody “showed him (any) sympathy” (71).
Since the Sheriff was hardly ever there they felt that they were less important than other towns. The Men had a dislike for the sheriff and the law. This caused them to take the law into their own hands whenever the sheriff was away. Doing this caused a number of problems for the town and ultimately led up to the deaths of innocent men. The men took all their problems into their own hands, but in reality their town never had any major problems and that’s why the sheriff was hardly ever there.
He tells stories and sometimes these stories are about things he should not have a way of knowing. Unfortunately for Thomas, no one wants to hear his stories so they have set him outside the group, they ignore him. Victor and Thomas were friends as boys but as they grew older Victor left Thomas behind and fell in with the group. Once Thomas even beat Victor, badly, in a drunken fit, for no reason. All the other boys stood around and watched.
They live in a life of unstructured hierarchy in the sense that no one in the Gilmore family has total power to control the actions of those committing crimes, which helps us understand why the Gilmore brothers and even the father choose to be living a forbidden life. Mikal’s family truly has no process of exercising authority in the sense that even the father is joining gangs and being part of all the dirty work. This helps us understand that governance in the Gilmore family shall never exist as long as a father figure is committing crimes as well, which sets an example for the
'Cry about the simple hell people give other people'. Discuss with reference to To kill a mockingbird and comment on whether it's a pessimistic novel In to kill a mockingbird, we see all kinds of hell people give each other as said by the character Dolphus Raymond, and how innocent people suffer in different ways as a result. There is the hell of family life, Dill never had a father, 'I haven't got one' and his mother once remarried didn't want him around. So 'he just gets passed around from relatives to relatives and Miss Rachel keeps him every summer'. Unlike Scout and Jem, he has never felt the love and security a child ought to feel.
Charlie was hiding throughout the story because of his cowardly ways. He represents the lack of manhood the blacks had in the past. On that day, just as the old men gathered to gain back their pride, Charlie stood up for himself and gained respect from those in the community. The old black men in the community lacked manhood all in the same way. They all never stood up for themselves until that day.
He was unpopular and a loner and was not even liked by his teachers. According to Fisher, he hated farm labor and used every trick in the book to avoid his share of the chores (p. 4). He was known to be a slacker and had a tendency to lie. From early youth through adolescence, it was clear to everyone that Ed lacked any interest in religion and “living the good Amish life” (Fisher, 2000, p. 4). By 1985, Ed’s father built a sawmill and Bishop Shetler, the spiritual and social leader of this Amish community, gave Mr. Gingerich permission to supply building material to the community.
Nobody likes Scrooge and poor people were scared to go near Scrooge. This is shown when it states: ‘No warmth could warm no wintry weather could chill him”. Even the blinds dogs could sense that Scrooge was an unkind man. Ebenezer Scrooge was an evil man Scrooge hated Christmas. If poor people went to Scrooge and begged for money Scrooge didn’t give to them.
“The world resists me and I resist the world.” (pg. 28). This shows that Grendel was judged by his facial appearance and the way he spoke. Man never gave him a chance to fit into society so he was banished and forced to live a life of loneliness. When Grendel first encountered man he was stuck in a tree and already faced a bull with no assistance or rescue.