This chapter is counted into a climax and a turning point of the novel. Due to the effect of alcohol and ignorance from Sally and the bar singer, Holden made himself of a fool with collapsing sense of security. When he was in the park, he was overwhelmed by depress and miserableness. Tape, ducks and pond triggered his depressing memory of his brother Allie’s death and the fear of his own funeral, thereby revealing the root of his previous manic behavior: Holden was troubled by unexplained disappearance and he was in deep anxiousness that all the things that were related to his pure, innocent childhood would suddenly vanish. This echoes one of the themes of this novel—adolescent confusion on the way to the adult world and the pain of growing up.
The tone is also based join alienation. In which Holden could not adapt to certain situations concerning individuals as displayed throughout the novel. The story begins with Holden in Pennsylvania telling the audience about his adventurous weekend in New York after being dismissed from Pencey Prep, which is located in Pennsylvania. Holden reveals his main conflict, in which he wants to reject the adult world yet he wants to be apart of it. He displays such behavior when he retreats to his childish ways in almost every mature situation however, he makes decisions as if he were an adult.
Likewise, he also feels that their fans are bringing them down constantly. People don’t realize even with peer pressure they can always find a better option as to what they can and should do. These points in his song serve the purpose to encompass his feelings towards today’s society’s lack of empathy. Dissecting The Lyrical Aspects of “Beautiful by Eminem A young man growing up in the crude streets of Detroit, Marshal Mathers, or as he is more commonly known as Eminem, has to live under the influence of drugs, alcohol and violence. He finds himself addicted to drugs.
The character Jamal reminds me of someone who is hard or tough. He has to deal with his mother not being able to look at him. He reminds her of his father who beat her and left the family. Another example of Jamal being tough is that his friends want him to do drug deals for him. After a while of holding drugs for his friends, he told his friends it wasn’t worth it and so he stopped.
For example he says, "People are always ruining things for you" (Salinger, 87). At the club, he didn't want to sit with Lillian Simmons and her boyfriend complaining he would be bored so he left blaming them. Holden holds a pessimistic view on life. Holden thinks, "Game, my ass. Some game.
The movie, starring Robert Downey, Jr. and Jamie Foxx, tells the story of an unlikely friendship between Steve Lopez, an LA Times reporter, and Nathaniel Ayers, a homeless man who turns out to be a Juilliard dropout. At first, Lopez investigates Ayers’ past because he sees a great story, but he finds himself drawn to the schizophrenic man and desperately tries to help Ayers break out of his personal prison created by his mental illness. Over time, Lopez must accept that his hopes for Ayers do not match Ayers’ own wishes, though their
Mr. Dunne is not a super teacher. To begin with, Mr. Dunne is not a super teacher because of his rebel life style. A serious drug addiction takes him away from living a normal life. Going out late at night and coming to school the next day with a hangover become’s a routine that puts his job on the line. Mr. Dunne is offered help to change his drug habit but believes rehab will not work for him.
He’s living at home in the beginning, but gets kicked out by his parents because of his drug addiction. Though he is only fifteen he knows a lot about drugs and dealing, and the writer makes him sound like he has been doing drugs for a long time. The environment he is born in, the environment we all are born in is not self-chosen. We don’t choose were we are born and which conditions we are born in to, but the question is, can we break out of the environment we are born in to a better environment? Or perhaps a worse environment than
I think Miller used the name “Loman” to reflect the characteristic of the low man who has a poor social life, one of the main reasons why he is unsuccessful. The parallel protagonist of the play is Biff, son of Willy, who used to be a star football player, lost in his life after failing the mathematics in high school. Later we found out that he gave up all his life goals after witnessing his beloved father cheated on Linda with another woman. Well, let’s get to the story and discuss about how the play is set. The playwright described the opening as “A melody is heard, played upon a flute.