George only had one choice, and that was to take care of Lennie himself. Even though the dream was more achievable now that Lennie was gone, it ment nothing to George. Everything that George ever had in his mind was destroyed with the mistake of leaving Curley's wife and Lennie together. The best laid plans of mice and men often go wrong. In conclusion the reader feels most sympathetic for George because taking care of Lennie caused him many unavoidedable problems, emotional burdens that will haunt him for the rest of his life, and a shattered dream.
Are we going to throw it all away? I know this will never happen again, will it, Mr. Van Daan?" (Goodrich and Hacket 942). Although it is arguable that Mr. Frank should have considered being more aggressive, his peaceful manner was the best method to solving problems. Mr. Frank was a mesmerizing speaker, and everyone listened and appreciated every word he said.
Richer than all his tribe.” Othello believes that Desdemona too much and was blind to her “unfaithfulness”. He says he is not a jealous man, but has been made into one, by her “wrongdoings”. He feels that she has made a fool of him after he had originally put all of his trust into her. Othello and Desdemona were truly in love, until Iago became tangled up in their life. Even at the end of Desdemona’s life, she continued to deeply love Othello.
He had no common courtesy, and always took advantage of everyone he came in contact with. He even took advantage of those closest to him, the people he loved. As history gives us an old adage which says something along the lines of "Complete opposites can attract"...I find this very easy to believe when it compares to analyzing the lives of these two main characters in A Man For All Seasons. The church at the time had pretty much seemed like it was going through a lot of trial and tribulations. King Henry the VIII was very much against the Pope and did not see eye to eye with him.
Myrtle is married to poor man, George Wilson, and lives in the valley of ashes. She doesn't have much since they struggle with business, and yearns for more. She's not satisfied or content with what she has which brought her to a rich guy like Tom. With the kind of money that he has, he's able to provide her with the kind of "love" that she's been wanting and waiting for, but Daisy seems to get in the way between them. Even though Tom is cheating on Daisy, he still has much love for her, which holds him back from giving all of his love to
In this essay I will be covering the character Heathcliffs childhood, his first impression on Lockwood, his relationship with Cathy and the main characters and the language that is used throughout to describe him. Mr earnshaw who is the father of Cathy and Hindley went on a trip and brought back an ophan boy named ‘Heathcliff’. His family strongly disagreed having a unknown child living in their home, Mrs earnshaw called him a ‘gipsy brat’, Hindley hated everything about him but however Cathy grows to love him and soon the pair become inseparable. Young Heathcliff is described as fragile, scared and innocent. He is not called by his name but by ‘thing’ which shows a loss of identiy and a lack of respect from the other house memebers.
Hindley always treated Heathcliff very badly for a long time, and Heathcliff began to despise Hindley more and more. When Mr. Earnshaw dies Heathclff is still ridiculed by Hindley. Paul Cheetham states that “After Mr. Earnshaw’s death [Heathcliff] experiences at the hands of Hindley” (Cheetham). Hindley still treats Heathclff badly after Mr. Earnshaw’s death because he doesn’t want to forgive him for what he has done. Vereen M. Bell states, “Hindley cannot forgive Heathclff for unsurpuring the love of his father, so once he master of Wuthering Heights he sees that Heathcliff is methodically humiliated and degraded” (Bell).
He was willing to do whatever he can to marry her putting all of his political reasons aside from him. Even when Jane had left him he became miserable and his life went in a terrible direction. As for Jane, she also became depressed and continued thinking about him. When she returned to see him he was joyous and they both lived together happily. In my opinion, Mr. Rochester has become the big hero once again showing that he’s the only man who can make Jane Eyre happy.
This is the first and only point in the book where Johnny explains how much he cares about how his parents treat him and that he wishes they would love him. Johnny says, “I think I like it better when the old man's hittin' me." Johnny sighed. "At least then I know he knows who I am. I walk in that house, and nobody says anything.
First the author shows the theme by integrating character’s actions throughout the story. Before Charlie becomes intelligent he wrote, “I want to be smart.” (Pg. 221) I think this quote confirms the theme because since he wasn’t smart he could have separated himself from smart people. As Charlie was reading a book called Robinson Crusoe he wrote, “I feel sorry because he’s all alone and has no friends.” (Pg. 229) I believe this quote reveals the moral because as he reads this book he find out Crusoe is all alone and isolated and even though Charlie doesn’t realize it yet he himself is isolated and lonely as well.