Later, however, the author uses the same description for his creator Victor as he soon becomes “so miserable a wretch”, demonstrating how they ultimately face the same fate. One may also recognise that both Frankenstein and the creature seem to share a strong need for the support and love of a family. Even though Victor often acts quite egoistical, he sincerely loves his family. Without them, he feels life is pointless, which is evident when he contemplates suicide, “I was tempted to plunge into the silent lake”, but he decides against it as it would cause too much pain for his loved ones, “But I was restrained, when I thought of the heroic and suffering Elizabeth”. There are also parallels and opposites in terms of the experiences
In other words, Rex cares about his kids and puts in effort to come up with these stories, just to make them happy. When parents truly love their children, they do not intentionally abuse them in any way. Only once throughout the entire memoir, had Rex abused his child and when he did, Jeannette “…expected him to turn and walk away…” (220). Jeannette expects her dad to simply walk away, implying that he has never whipped her before. Of Course the only reason that he did it was to discipline Jeannette, so he had never once took out his anger on his kids, even during his drunk rages; he cared about them
Matt now has a son, a good wife, and an ordinary life; he still has a good family life without going to university. In contrast with Kate, although she has good education and job, she doesn’t have her own family and in fact, she says, “I had never thought I would really love anyone.” (89) From another perspective, she seems to be the one that is going to have a sad life. Similar with Luke, when he rejects Sally it is due to his responsibility as a caregiver. He is happy with his decision since it is for his family. If Matt chooses to go to university instead and leaves Marie, he will most likely lose his happiness and truly be an emotionless “nerd” and suffers like Kate who does not truly knows the meaning of love.
Hester is the least sinful because she only committed adultrey and that she never told Arthur chillingworth was her husband. The next most sinful person is Reverend Arthur dimmesdale. For example, When the puritans trusted him and thought " Wow he is an amazing minister!" little did they all know that he was a father to little pearl. He hid behind religion and he couldnt be honest with the puritans and confess his sin of being a father.
Bridging the Gap Although Doctor Hata is viewed as a man of honesty, wisdom, and respect in Bedley Run, he lacks the compassion and warmth of a typical father figure. Doc Hata thinks he has done everything in his power to give his daughter a good life so that she can grow up to be a polite, mature, and independent woman. Throughout Sunny’s transformation into a young lady, Hata treats his daughter as if she is already an adult, making sure she is obedient and respectful to everyone. “Yes, poppa,” would be something Sunny have been taught to say to acknowledge her father. Yet, Doc Hata raises his adopted child as a task or a mission, guided by specific principles and rules, instead of a father raising his little girl with love and passion.
After the deaths of the village’s herbalist, Anys and Mem, Elinor and Anna take advantage of Anys herbalist house and together they continue what Anys used to do in order to help cure the village from the plague. As Anna and Elinor create new herbs to cure the sick people, Anna starts to realize that she is a person that loves to help people. Toward the end of the book Anna comes across Mary Wick ford that she helps in order to keep the mine as she places herself at risk almost killing herself. Through this Anna’s ego starts unveil of what type of person she really is.Throughout the book, each conflict that occurred for instance the plague hitting Eyam, Anna helping Mary keep her mine, delivering Mary’s baby successfully and being able to overcome her grieve of losing her family (her 2 kids and her husband) shows that she is a strong and heroic person. When a person is faced with issues the outcome reveals their true inner
Everyday in this “perfect” society children are being born and placed into foster families, group homes, or other facilities that children are placed into when their biological parents do not believe they can take care of them. This concept is just like the arranged marriages that take place everyday in Yemen. Efforts by loving parents to find a better life for their children. In both circumstances, the children have no say in what is going on and both cases can lead to a worse life for the daughter or son. So we, as Americans or any other culture, have no right to judge the lives of other cultures when we do the exact same thing.
He falls in love with his best friends daughter and marries her, he provides a very serene and humble surrounding to Victor and his adoptive sister Elizabeth. Elizabeth Lavenza is a very modest and humble woman; she cares for others a great deal and is kind to everyone. She was adopted by the Frankenstein family as a young girl and was raised as one of the family. Elizabeth falls in love with Victor and by the end of the novel they get married, however, her life is cut short when the monster kills her on her wedding
Frankenstein’s Revised Ending 212 FRANKENSTEIN I saw my wife, my friends, and my cherished country; again I saw the kindhearted countenance of my father, remembered the gold tones of my Elizabeth’s voice, and beheld Clerval enjoying wellness and youthfulness. My heart sank and I cried in lassitude, similar to a distraught woman who is weary and tired of crying over the death of her loved ones. The fiend that entered by the night, enclosed himself in the vessel of the darkness as he whispered in my ear, ‘I am satisfied: miserable wretch! You have determined to live, and I am satisfied’. The creature’s wretched voice rang and rattled my ear, constantly.
The breakdown in American society includes moral and ethical issues. In Barbara Lebey’s opposing viewpoint essay she maintains that the sexual revolution movement changed traditional notions of motherhood and family that put children first (Lebey, 2003). It is vital to our society and younger generation that traditional families are restored. It is very difficult for a family to thrive without the aide of both parents. One parent usually means half the