Susie was only fourteen when she was raped and killed by a man she knew. Understandably, she has trouble letting go after such an abrupt and unexpected death. The majority of the book shows her family and the struggle they go through to cope with the loss of their daughter/sister. As the story progresses her family and friends are stuck on her death. Every day they are faced with adversary and each handles it in different ways.
The situation in the book happens to not be under the umbrella of a usual justified murder but any human with a heart would feel differently. “Following the shock of the discovery, she gave birth to a dead child born prematurely, and herself died. Her broken-hearted husband shot himself” (Christie 70). Daisy was just an innocent three year old who was kidnapped and killed for money alone. Her death caused much commotion to all the people who new her; the closer they were to her, the more they suffered.
The themes that occur every day and in the novel “Destroying Avalon” and the film “The Colour Purple” are death/loss, bullying and relationships. Death/loss is something that occurs every day in society and people must overcome it to move on with their lives. Death is an equaliser to mankind regardless of our social structure, we all view death as a sadness because it is the end of our physical relationships. However the death of a young person is what creates the most despair for those who are left behind. For example in “Destroying Avalon” Avalon had to face the death of her best friend Marshall who took his own life because of being bullied for so many years and not letting anyone to support him through his tough times.
The heartbreak from Susie’s tragic murder takes a massive toll on the Salmon family and tears them apart. It brings out underlying issue between them and causes them to avoid each other in fear of breaking down. In Jack and Abigail’s case it also puts a huge strain on their relationship. 1. Shock and Denial The reality of Susie’s death hasn’t yet registered in the character’s minds.
Because of the son’s death, Creon’s wife, too, killed herself out of grief. For once, Creon felt terrible about a situation he thought that he had created, but in turn, it was actually Antigone who had made his family fall. Her personal actions led Creon to killing her and therefore killing his family. Antigone’s actions brought suffering to everyone around her, including herself. She was to be buried alive, but in turn, hung herself.
Un-fortune things don’t work out the way she wants it to. Susie watches her family and friends fall apart in her heaven. She watches her father struggle to nail the man he suspects who killed his daughter, her mother commit adultery and leave the family, and the man who murdered her skip town and feel the guilt catch up with him where ever he goes.Jack Salmon was a father of three. Susie 14, Lindsay 13, and Buckley 5. Jack also had a lovely wife, Abigail.
He ain’t a nice fella” (Steinbeck 89). This conversation she had with Lennie affected her life because she did not feel so alone anymore since she told Lennie her secrets. Secondly, a tragedy that Curley’s wife faced is that she gets suffocated by Lennie and dies. As Lennie held his big paws to her face, ”her body flopped like a fish. And then she was still, for Lennie had broken her neck” (Steinbeck 91).
4. What is the significance of Daisy’s suicide? What impact did it have on Susanna? Daisy’s suicide was significant in that it made Susanna realize that death was not the answer she broke down when she found her because that could have been her if she would have been successful in committing suicide. On the night before her release, Susanna’s writings were revealed to everyone and she became very angry with Lisa.
Additionally, not taking responsibility for your own actions. In the beginning of the play the audience find out about the suicide of a working-class girl (Eva Smith).within 3 acts of the story is unravelled. She had been miss-treated by the (Birling’s), a middle-class family who think highly of themselves and are extremely selfish. The truth about the girl’s death is revealed through a mysterious Inspector called Google. Priestly shows how a chain of events can be started by just one person’s actions.
It is simply crazy, one day all the water is gone the next thing I see is my aunty dead, who got killed by a flood, alongside more than 1,000 people and 1.8 million people suffering. They are homeless hoping that things will change, hoping that they will survive these disasters. This is a horrible nightmare coming to