To not have many friends, a spouse, or many visitors it must be a lonely way to live out the remainder of someone’s life. Though the home does do a good job of taking care of their residents and providing some sort of entertainment, the atmosphere of these types of places has always been strange. The types of people I came in contact with ranged from bitter and cold hearted to friendly and warm. So many of the occupants went around mumbling about how miserable their life was and how they wished it was over already, which was really disturbing to hear. Margery is very much “still here” and was incredibly detail oriented.
He finds himself addicted to drugs. He feels that he is isolated into a different social class. This social class he believes is looked upon and judged by lower classes. Eminem desires personal space, yet he never receives any. He is puzzled at the thought process of the inconsiderate people that don’t realize what he is going through.
What you are trying to avoid won't disappear until you face it I think this quote is true, because it always happens; when we have a problem or situation including problems in school, with teachers, classmates or maybe with friends or in our house or family, sometimes we prefer to avoid it, thinking it will solve by itself and we continuously think about the problem and how to solve it, and we get nervous about it, but we don’t do anything to solve it, just avoid it and avoid it, which makes it worst. When we finally decide to affront it, because we have no way out or we just get enough of this problem or situation and it turns great or at least not as bad as we though we see how easy it was to solve it, and that it would be a hundred times better to do that at the beginning instead of avoiding it. One day I had a situation that goes perfectly with this phrase. About 3 years ago I borrow mi friend’s headphones because I didn’t have any and she wasn’t using them at that time. But like 2 weeks later I was near a pool and the headphones fell into the pool, I took them out of the water quickly and try them to see if they still work but obviously they didn’t.
Christopher changes into a stronger person mentally throughout the book. He is first represented as a boy with Asperger Syndrome, who is very blunt and does not understand the rules of socialism. He reacts quickly to situations he doesn’t understand or like by folding himself up into a ball and groaning, he also hates skin-ship with others as it makes him feel uneasy. “If a strange man touched me I would hit him, and I can hit people very hard.” As the book progresses Christopher finds himself in unfamiliar situations that make him have to face his issues, such as talking to strangers on his way to London, and allowing to be touched by his mother (even though he did not like it too much.) His sentences are always blunt and factual, there are never long describing words as Christopher thinks that it is far more logical to just say what you want to say without putting fancy adjectives in there.
Christopher sees and experiences things much differently that other people. He has a very hard time with distinguishing facial expressions, sarcasm, and he has a very difficult time understanding other people's logic. He also fantasizes about being the only person left on the earth and he avoids people at most costs. I absolutely think that Christopher has a disability because none of the things listed above would be considered “normal” behavior. Most people would go
You cannot express your true feelings because it is uncomfortable and rude from the Normal’s standpoint. Goffman would consider this humor a type of passing. Because the normal person would only be able to show some level of sympathy, but they can never reach empathy. The lack of empathy makes the handicapped feel isolated as if there is no way to relate and try to become as normal as possible through jokes. In all four stories jokes were used to relieve an awkward moment; Murphy with his colleges, Ernie with family and friends, Galen with his doctors, and Vicki with her neighbors when she needed assistance.
He seems to be a round because he feels caring and nice at first, yet threatening as well. The reader may consider this character to be static, because he doesn’t really change throughout the story. The audience surely doesn’t like this character, considering he forced Maya into uncomfortable situations.
By reading the principal’s speech, Richard was saying what the white power wanted him to say and to Richard this would be giving in to the very thing he hated so much. Richard was willing to leave school without a diploma instead of this. White people alienated Richard from his environment because he did not accept the way of life that other black people did. Richard’s relatives never understood Richard and because of this he was alienated from his family and his own people. Shorty is the young black boy who gets beat by the white people and jokes about it.
This echoes one of the themes of this novel—adolescent confusion on the way to the adult world and the pain of growing up. As what Holden did before, he alienated himself from the outside phony world so as to protect the inner fragile, confused self. He labelled people around him as phonies and morons but it never downed on him that he was also one of the phonies who would flatter someone on mouth but curse him in heart. He didn’t know what he wanted to get from the adult
He thinks that the Senior House is a better choice for the both of them as his mother would be happier there. Despite in actuality, Meursault’s mother did enjoy a blissful before her death, the fact that Meursault shows no emotion towards both his mother and her demise is incongruent to the social trend. His lack of sensitivity is severely chastised by the society in which he lives. The other citizens cannot understand his insensitivity, and more importantly, will not bother. They are merely concerned with the inconsistency that Meursault’s actions pose to the social norm.