He dislikes ackly for the simple reason that he has bad hygiene and it annoys Holden. This small annoyance is something that most people would be able to get over but Holden has a habit of dwelling on these minor problems he has with everybody and not being able to get over them. With Stadlater just the fact that he took Jane out on a date and Holden has a secret crush on her, even though he hasn't seen her in years and there is no way for Stadlater to know that. Holden insists on disliking him for that small
He remains mysterious and aloof as he refuses to drink a guests either out of professionalism or a simple lack of interest. A conversation with a drunk woman interested and familiar to Rick, gives the impression that he had once mixed business with pleasure and didn't enjoy the result, providing a possible explanation for a reluctance to indulge with guests. Despite the war going on and the countless refugees that occupy Casablanca, Rick appears apathetic. This uncaring persona is questioned at several points at the beginning of the film. These instances lead the viewer to believe there is a sentimental and political side to Rick that has yet to be seen.
They show hate to one another and he wants everyone to come together. II. Body- A. Anger- He sees no change in who he is and he wakes up feeling like he's not going anywhere. He thinks people do not care, because of the color of his skin. B. Unloved- The changes he and his brother went through were so different that they don't feel like brothers anymore.
In the book all off his class peers disliked him for no apparent reason, they thought just because he acted a bit weird they decided not to talk to him or pay attention to him. Robert did not care about school, he did not listen in class and his grades were not very good, he even said he does not care about school. So as you can see Robert Billings was one of those kids who did not care very much
But when he is alone he doesn’t care about his actions. Holden wears his hunting only when he is alone because he doesn’t want anyone to see him like that. He gets into fights with adults and his peers which he losses all the time. He wants to be with the people that he thinks that their cool or likes them like Sally Hayes, Jane Gallagher, Ernie and Carl Luce which include adults and his peers. Holden wants to show himself like an adult so he acts differently all the time.
In Salinger's novel, The Catcher in the Rye, Holden Caufield makes it very clear that he does not like fake or phony people. Throughout the story Holden at times makes the reader feel like he or she should feel bad for him because of the hardships he's been through and how he has to deal with the "phonies" when he is actually one himself. As the story goes on Holden proves himself to be the real phony of the book because he never goes through with what he intends to do, he is overly concerned about sex but thinks its overrated, and he's very critical about other peoples lives. Holden Caulfield is the true phony and even more so a huge hypocrite throughout the novel. To start, All he wants to do is connect with someone but the boy has high standards.
If he would have used some sort of intellect and compassion in understanding his children’s aching hearts, their emotional collapse could have been prevented. Anse never acted as a stanchion – he by no means showed love or compassion for anyone throughout the book, especially his luckless children. With his inability to take action and foresee situations, Anse’s blatant faults overtly parallel every disaster in the novel. Other characters in As I Lay Dying who were more rational and not part of the Bundren family (Peabody, Samson, Tull) all agreed on Anse’s ruinous and lazy character – “I notice how it takes a lazy man, a man that hates moving, to get set on moving once he does get started off, the same as when he was set on staying still, like it ain’t the moving he hates so much as the starting and the stopping”
A second way in which these two characters are similar is that they both respect other people’s privacy. Atticus has stopped Jem and Scout many times from disturbing Boo Radley; because he knows Boo likes to be alone. Atticus: “I’m going to tell you something and tell you one time: stop tormenting that man. That goes for the other two of you.” (Page 49, Line 10). In the same way, Michael doesn’t want to talk to Lincoln because he knows that they are completely different people and there is no point of meeting.
The professor is shown to embrace his old age through forgetting things and being blissfully ignorant as whenever the rest of the characters are taking drugs they have to spite the professor in order for him to take it through this he is taken advantage of as this shows his ignorance to the way he is about life which is a stereotype for his age as they tend to be unaware of their surrounding and are constantly happy. Also, the professor is befitting to his age as he speaks about his lost dog which never turns up which is a sign of old age illness where they assume that something from their childhood has always been there with him which is told at the end of the play when Johnny says that its never coming back to which he agrees
From this time forth I never will speak words”. This last line of his does not reveal his motive for his deceptive ways. The fact that he “will never speak words” shows his deliberate silence. His lack of guilt and remorse, which is said to be of “devilish and evil” behaviour, is also evident in this text as he does not apologise for his actions, making his behaviour more terrifying. Iago’s emptiness of purpose, along with his lack of remorse, shows how different he is from the human race and how he bears no human emotional qualities, which therefore sets him apart from society and makes him an