The events in Johns life that interrelate to effect his further development is that he has been made redundant and has taken up smoking and heavy drinking. This will physically effect his development as the constant drinking and smoking will go onto harm his organs and can lead to liver damage, lung cancer, yellow teeth’s or failure of the organ itself. As he has consumed alcohol, it will slow him down thus making his reaction to things slower than usual. His intellect will be affected as the intoxication will affect his judgement and John will be unable to make formed decisions as he wouldn’t be able to take things seriously. His perception and views on things around him will be altered as he is unable to think straight.
In both stories, there are similar events that lead to Edie and Sammy’s big choice. They are just living their lives waiting for something to happen. Edie is waiting for Chris to appear, and Sammy is waiting on Queenie and her group of scantily clad friends to come stir things up. Another parallel is that someone is reprimanded. Edie is thought to have been “intimate” with Chris when he was engaged, and is yelled at for being nothing better than a “filthy little
‘Why of course you can!’” (Fitzgerald 110). Fitzgerald included this dialogue between Nick and Gatsby to change how the reader views Gatsby’s actions and to show how they are taken for the sole purpose of regaining time with Daisy. Gatsby has turned from a longing for Daisy’s attention to a desire for her life entire past and present. It is also at this time Nick is exposed to the narrow view of how Gatsby sees the world. This narrow view of Gatsby’s carries over to his first encounter with Daisy.
In this new capitalist period, the more simplified means of production as seen in feudalism, had developed into a “complex industrial state” as stated in Haralambos and Holborn (2008). Capitalism brought a new way to sustain humanity; industrial production. Marxism, as a sociological theory, focuses on the economics of Britain. Lee and Newby (1983) say that to “organize the production of its subsistence” is the most basic human instinct. The economy provides us with our means of survival and defines our society.
In Bless Me Ultima Anaya demonstrates this theme several times. For example, Anaya shows the inevitable loss of innocence when Maria says, “Ay, but life destroys the pureness God gives…” (31). Maria demonstrates the inevitable destruction of the pureness given by god. Maria here shows that she feels that as one grows older and gain knowledge about the rest of the world we start losing the pureness or the innocence given to us by god. Another example of this theme, Antonio feels his loss of innocence through the events in his life when he says, “I had somehow lost my innocence and let sin enter into my soul, and the knowledge of God, the saving grace, was far away” (167).
What were the Social and Political Effects of Industrialisation in Europe? The industrial revolution was an evolving process that led a society from an economy based on feudalism to another that was centred on large-scale productions, factories and machines: technology. This concept was used in Britain from the late 18th century up to the First World War where that enormous transition slowed down, because industrialisation has continued up till nowadays. The French Revolution caused many political and social changes, as new ideologies appeared next to a strong sense of equality and a demand for more liberty. Anyway it was the Industrial Revolution the one to achieve a complete transformation in people's lives.
Lennie expecting and eager for George to give him more hell does not get the answer he expects because George knows that he is about to end Lennies life. He wants to end Lennie’s life on a better not. The repetition of that phrase especially using that word enhances the mood of this scene because it creates the uneasy scary feeling that Steinbeck wants you to feel. Throughout the duration of this book its author John Steinbeck used dictation and repetition of phrases to enhance the mood of his novel. This book conveys a mood of sadness and hope at the same time; towards the end it conveys a fearful mood as Lennies life came to an end.
Lopez believed that Nathaniel could overcome his illness by getting him off the streets, and placing him in a more musical environment. But, at the end of the day, schizophrenia is an unpredictable, incurable illness, and Nathaniel proved that from time to time. When Nathaniel was asked what was troubling him with the Lamp program/administrators, Nathaniel goes on a rampage that shows an uncontrollable angry side of him. “The issue have is that nobody here knows how to do their goddamn job because they are imbeciles, and they are a DISGRACE, and I will not have any of these motherFUCKERS tell me what I can or cannot do, when they do not have on ounce of aaabilityo do their own motherfucking jobs because they are inept, ignorant, horrible bastards who cannot perform the simples aspect of their sworn duties” (Ayers, 238) Lopez describes the event, “His eyes are red with rage. I've never seen this side of him and I have no idea what might come next” (Lopez 238).
As this rapid population shift continued to intensify throughout the early 19th century, social problems began to manifest themselves upon the working class of these ‘new’ cities. The Industrial Revolution, and the rapid urbanization
They suffer from discrimination and segregation which keeps them from achieving what they strive for in life. The poem starts out by asking, "Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun?" That refers to a dehydrated raisin that lacks the fluids of its former self. In the play at various points, the Youngers family constantly was weakened by the hard work they did for white people. They were