Isolation isn’t the Key to Success Loneliness and feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty (Mother Teresa). This quote states that being unseen makes someone terrible inside. By that person feeling terrible it puts a burden for whatever they do. In the novel “Of Mice and Men” written by John Steinbeck, there were many themes and motifs. The theme that exemplified the most in the novel was the theme of loneliness, which took apart Curley’s wife.
This is where we see that the Devil is the ultimate tempter. Thus, the beginning of out story. In this short story there are many examples of ethos, and pathos. Pathos is the method of writing that stirs the emotions of the audience. One example of this is when Washington Irving says that the couple, Tom and his wife, lived in a "forlorn looking house that stood alone and had an air of starvation.
Griersons’ home. For the women their explanation was her male servant’s lack of ability to clean properly. “Just as if a man-any man—could keep a kitchen properly”. (Faulkner 31). Judge Steven on the other hand seems to notice that it is the smell of decomposition coming from the home when he states “it’s probably just a snake or rat that nigger of hers killed in the yard”.
The paneled walls buckle, but “down under” is a place for Max to hide away from an unfriendly world. It is a run-down and depressing place, but it is at least his own. Except for Kevin’s house, the other social/domestic settings are even more depressing. When the boys visit the New Tenements (called the “New Testaments”), it is a sad and broken environment, one where people have no hope. Max’s father takes him to an old woman’s home, where they are intruders, and then to the filthy basement of a burned-out building.
When they finally are able to move back into Angela’s hometown of Limerick they live in a house that is not much better than what they left in the United States. In fact, this house is considerably worse than their home in New York. They have to share a lavatory, which is located right in front of their house and leaves a nasty odor and sometimes overflows, with their neighbors. Being in Limerick, which is a part of southern Ireland, makes finding a job even more difficult because the southern Irish hate those from the North like Frank’s father. Not only does this make finding a job next to impossible it also gets him a great deal of disrespect from the community, especially from Angela’s sister and mother.
It makes you think about what some kids go through everyday.This book was a definite eye opener to abuse. Dave Pelzer is the main character in this book. This book is an autobiographical account about him being brutally beaten and starved by his emotionally unstable, alcoholic mother, Catherine Roerva. Besides being horribly beaten, Dave was forced to eat his own vomit, swallow soap, ammonia, and Clorox. She was a mother who played tortuous, unpredictable games that left him nearly dead.
And also can you even pictured of living in a neighborhood and you are found of owning any of these, and the next thing you know is that your home gets burned down and is going up in fiery red flames. 2. A life of not having any product of entertainment must symbolize that everyone is bored and empty in which there are no emotion at all. And imagine your home being turned into ashes and loosing everything does symbolize sadness and a strong feeling of hatred coming from those who cause it. 3.There are so many symbolic meaning such as being neutral, worried, scared, hated, depressed and so much
this very discontent feeling would further add to the very isolation the Glaspell is trying to portray. How is anyone to feel connected when they much live with a foul personality? “He was a hard man” (Glaspell 181); “Like a raw wind that gets to the bone” (Glaspell 181). He gave his wife a dispirited sense of being. She probably felt smothered by his bleak nature and with the fact that the farmhouse was too isolated for anyone to want to visit, Mrs. Wright was left alone.
Family were part of each slave has to suffer from their slave master. They suffered when slave master abuse them, they suffered when give birth for baby, they suffered when their children sale to another place at three or four years old, and they suffered when their children died. The exploitation of slave lave for the slave master too cruel. The slave masters lose their mind when doing things too immorality for that human race. Clora generation's family has suffered for many cruel thing slave masters did for Clora mother's family, the family of Clora, and children families of Clora.
They brought Penelope and Telemachus great grief, and they literally ate them out of house and home. Telemachus was so frustrated that he told a guest that they “court my mother, they lay waste to my house! They continue to bleed my household white. Soon—you wait—they’ll grind me down as well” (Homer 85, 288-293). We see the recurring pattern of the misuse of hospitality to fulfill selfish (often romantic) needs.