I believe John had a genuine concern and love toward his wife but not wise in his treatments of her mental health. He missed the mark in his Isolation treatments toward his wife mental condition. As the Author cites “John does not know how much I really suffer, he knows there is no reason to suffer, and that satisfies him”. Moreover, John tried very hard to make his wife comfortable at the house even having his sister help, although she didn’t like it. “There comes John's sister.
In this way, Walls goes from a starry-eyed child who blindly worships her father to an adult who sees the true nature of the people surrounding her. An example of this is when she admits to her father that he will never build the glass castle and that even if he did, she would not be around to live in it. In this way, Jeannette learns to take control of life and choose her own path. Walls’s ability to tell her own story is transcendental in the very sense that she breaks free from the preexisting narrative paths that most stories are told from and tells the truth of her life regardless of the criticism it may be met
She is very caring and gentle with her husband. A demonstration of this is that she refuses to abandon him when he goes blind, despite the risk of infection. This not only shows her love for her husband but also demonstrates her lack of fear or her courage at the prospect of turning blind. This is foreshadowing, as later in the novel the inmates discuss what made them go blind. An anonymous voice states “fear struck us blind, fear will keep us blind.” This links back to the fearlessness the wife displayed.
In this story a girl named Jesse is used to living alone but one day her uncle and cousins move in but she likes living alone. I choose this theme because even though things are changing in Jesse’s life, she doesn't need to change how she feels about it all. For example in line 43 Rene, Jesse’s cousin, asks Jesse how she feels about everyone moving in. Jesse responds by saying, “Rene, I’ve spent a lot of days, nights, too, wishin’ that things weren’t the way they are. But yeah.
Set apart from others, Miss Emily and Norman are able to exist the only way they know how, isolated and alone. Due to the unusual upbringings by their parents, the reader can assume both are consequently forced to live this way. Miss Emily’s father did not allow her to go out without him nor to have any company, thus allowing him to be the only person with whom she has a close relationship. Because of her overbearing father, even after his death, she is rarely seen by the townspeople. To the townspeople and the reader it makes perfect sense that somehow from the grave her father still has control over her, “as if that quality of her father had thwarted her woman’s life so many times had too virulent and too furious to die”(532).
So after prolog, we begin the movie with a scene Ada and her daughter are carrying as objects. Meeting with nature at first night, Ada realizes her ‘cage’ under her skirt does not work in wild nature. There is no need to cover the body; there only need is survival. First meeting her husband, Stewart does not interest her condition; he is busy with his own disappointment about her physical. Baines is the only one who cares her tiredness or moral conditions, generally speaking her being.
After Bruno scolded Maria to take her hands of his belongings, all Maria did was gesture towards his mother. Bruno knows Maria no more than who she is (a maid), because of the fact that he does not personally talk and have discussions with her. The reader can infer from the comparison that communication is essential for making an acceptable friendship. Another requirement to making a successful friendship is kindness. You need to show consideration to be a valuable friend.
He thinks his only hope is to escape-permanently. Muriel’s casual attempts to assist him seem to reveal the fact that she puts herself before others. Her mother urges her to go home because of his condition, but Muriel supports Seymour's ‘reputation’ despite the proof that he needs help. The lack of communication in this story is very obvious when it is read. But it is not just a lack of communication with people in general; it is more present with the adults that he tries to communicate with.
He thinks that the Senior House is a better choice for the both of them as his mother would be happier there. Despite in actuality, Meursault’s mother did enjoy a blissful before her death, the fact that Meursault shows no emotion towards both his mother and her demise is incongruent to the social trend. His lack of sensitivity is severely chastised by the society in which he lives. The other citizens cannot understand his insensitivity, and more importantly, will not bother. They are merely concerned with the inconsistency that Meursault’s actions pose to the social norm.
Cheryl lives on a farm in Oregon and Bobby is working in Washington. Also the kids do not really care about their parents: “She had her own life, and I didn’t blame her. She didn’t care one way or the other about what her dad and I did so long.” It indicates that the family might be divided, which could be a consequence from Edna and Wes’s previous drinking problem. Also Wes wishes that he “could do it over again and do it right this time” when Edna talks about the kids. Wes is now on the wagon and Edna believes that he can stay sober and is