Frankenstein/Charlie Gordon Essay To be shunned by everyone and be treated like you are nothing, are the worst feelings a person could face. The Frankenstein monster and Charlie Gordon were both outcasts, they were rejected by all. The Frankenstein Monster and Charlie Gordon shared similar qualities that led them to be left out by all. They both wanted a companion, a person that they could call a friend and talk to. Both were treated unfairly and weren’t liked by people.
In this situation, Ophelia is verbally abused by Hamlet, much to the indifference of the king and her father. “When, at the scene's close, the two ‘lawful espials’ (Shakespeare, 3.1.32) sweep from the room, no line exists to suggest that either moves to comfort or to help Ophelia from the site” (Dane,
Iago as an Outsider Outsiders aren’t always just those who have been excluded by society for being abnormal, an outsider can also be a self-inflicted way of life. The Shakespearean play, ‘Othello’, demonstrates the creation and deterioration of an outsider through the well-known character, Iago. The outsider cannot hope to be fully accepted by another society. Sooner or later his alien status will lead to expulsion. The backstabbing, deceitful behaviour of Iago, the Shakespearean character from the play Othello, soon leads to the self-destruction of the character.
She makes us question our religion, our education, our agriculture, and our principles. She brings forth the problems we often hide and ignore. Throughout the novel the men keep their society’s downfalls secret from the women much like we try to do ourselves. This quote reveals one of our society’s issues by focusing on our beliefs on marriage. Gilman provides the point of views of these women who know nothing of marriage to allow us to see our own society’s faults in the way we think things should be.
These labels that are constantly put on us drive me insane. There is so much hidden in our family that non-members do not see. In addition to all of these stereotypes that are put on me and the others in my group, I do not like to show people that it bothers me, but these stereotypes have really given me a negative outlook on these people. The stereotypes that have been put on me have made me put stereotypes back on these other people. I now look at the outsiders as "city slickers" or I call them lazy and tell them that they have no discipline.
Cara Kildall Period 5 10/17/08 LOTF Final Dictatorship is a slightly barbaric form of government that mistreats its citizens, and is ineffective. People’s mental welfare is in danger, because of the stress and trepidation of trying to live through another day. Also, they live in apprehension of being hurt or, in the case of Lord of the Flies, going crazy. Lawlessness is unhealthy for children and adults, and so a solid government is essential for happiness. Under dictatorship, many citizens feel incredible fear and deep unhappiness.
The quote explains that life brings evil to the world of many others who don’t appreciate their life. The symbolism that the author developed in the novel was onions. The onion is a metaphor for racism, lack of opportunity, and the violent street cultures, which combine to keep young men like Eddie in a world of despair. Racism that many people face because the ignorant people who feel they can take over to those who don’t have the power of money.” Lack of opportunity of education that Eddie is going through for his brown skin keeps him from getting a steady of meaningful job outside the ghetto”. That quote meant that those three causes are what stop Eddie from going to college.
looked to cities as sources of danger. They are thought to lack strong ties that provide social control, they harbor subcultures with evil lifestyles, economic fortunes are made and lost with little relation to Protestant virtue, sins of every sort are available, laziness and hypersexuality replace hard work, and mind-altering substances steal control of people's lives. Many of these are anxieties about groups thought unable to support themselves economically.
Gilman shows this when the woman of the story says “I meant to be such a help to John, such a real rest and comfort, and here I am a comparative burden already”. She also shows that woman at this time didn’t really do anything for themselves, “Nobody would believe what an effort it is to do what little I am able - to dress and entertain, and order things”. The woman in the story is believing in the social norm and what her husband belittles her to be. She feels that she is a burden to her husband because she dislikes the wallpaper and continues to complain about how much it bothers her. He refuses to change it making her blame herself for not being able to cope with the “dull” and “flamboyant” yellow wallpaper.