He made it clear throughout the story that he didn’t want to get in a complex relationship with a woman. He loved sitting on his porch and watching them walk by from afar, but he didn’t want to get involved. He was open to being in a relationship didn’t want to put any effort in trying to find a girl. He wanted for her to come to him. After being around French and German women while he was away, he learned to appreciate the fact that they couldn’t really communicate.
I didn’t expect Amy to go against her religion and kill Frank Miller in an effort to save Will Kane. Throughout the entire movie, Amy stuck to her morals and did what was expected of her, not what she felt was right. That is exactly how her character and Will’s differ. Will Kane was always looking out what was best for the townspeople. Amy was selfish.
In Alex and Sarah’s first encounter they exchanged simple information. Sarah asked Alex what he did for work, but he was not forth-coming with the truth about his job because he didn’t want Sarah to think he was doing to her what he was doing for his clients. Alex feared that disclosing that information to Sarah would not benefit him at the moment because he really was attracted to Sarah. After that initial meeting with Sarah he had a number of opportunities to disclose the truth about his work, but he chose not to. Alex continued to side-step the issue of his real work.
Both characters had become isolated from society, and really did not know that they needed people to support them, until someone else put in the effort to connect with them. Alex lays out the thought process of most people in that scene. Everybody wants help and advice, but would never go questing for it. When someone takes control and attempts to make one’s life better, it will undoubtedly make them
Coco Woods Kaplan University CM 206 According to the video, no it does not seem like Alan is listening. I say this because when Gretchen was telling him that she could spit stuff out fast but it wouldn’t be quality and when the other employee was trying to explain to him about his son, he didn’t want to hear it. He could have given them some type of response to their questions and still kept handling the situation at hand and not have had to deal with their personal issues. Even though being an employer you have to listen to your employers so that you can understand them because at the end of the day, they do have a life outside of work. It seems to me that Alan does not like this part of his job very much and that the employees
Something like this wasn’t necessary for him to do. Another quote, ”It may, after all, be the bad habit of creative talents to invest themselves in pathological extremes that yield remarkable insights but no durable way of life for those who cannot translate their psychic wounds into significant an or thought.” This shows that Chris did not want anyone to worry about him or bother looking for him. This was a selfish decision for him to make. No matter how bad things might end up, he still didn’t seem to want anyone to worry about him. Chris decided to drift away from everybody.
Karl was never mean to the Younger family. Karl politely asked them to move. Both of these characters tell it like it is. Paul told Grant how life was and was very straight up and so did Karl, when he told them that no one wants them living there, I don’t think either of them intentionally meant to be rude. They are the white characters that are not mean to the African Americans.
In Brave New World history is no longer necessary unless you are a world controller. History is not taught because it will not benefit the world state and they don’t want anyone to be deconditioned or start to rebel. Even without history the citizens of the world state are happy and some are conditioned to be afraid of books so they would not even dare to read if they are given a
‘Because we walked past them to the computer at the far-right end of the room and i thought it's unfair.' So, the manager acknowledged her mistake, apologized and asked my client politely but he said, ‘his fine that he'll work on the system.’ The limitation i faced by conflict of interest was centered on the organization’s job policy as i would have liked to persuade him to join them as a platform for him to interact with others. I had to seek for help from my Peer involvement Coordinator on the pros and cons of supporting service users and he said, I am not allowed to persuade or influence their decision on a particular course of action, among others. The two examples would have my client benefited from an Independent Advocate but the second example is more likely as an independent advocate is concerned with working from a person centered perspective. The reason being that, it enhance a better support , to focus on an acceptable outcome, to give information to enable him to make an informed decision, to see him as having the most specialized knowledge of his life, wishes and feelings,
You gonna get me in trouble jus’ like George says you will” (91). He thought he was just keeping her quiet, not killing her. It’s not like he had the intention to kill her. His mental disability keeps him from thinking like a normal person. Lennie is not responsible for her death because he did not understand what was