Keller taught Paul 'life lessons', which was derived from his own life, plagued with suffering. Paul becomes fascinated with his past, and later discovers through Keller how hard a life he led after the death of his wife and child. Keller blamed himself for losing them, because like paul, he also had too much pride, and thought nothing would harm the family 'who played for hitler'. he was so hurt by his own arrogance that he wanted to kill himself. however, keller survives.
Vereen M. Bell states, “Hindley cannot forgive Heathclff for unsurpuring the love of his father, so once he master of Wuthering Heights he sees that Heathcliff is methodically humiliated and degraded” (Bell). Catherine, however, accepted Heathcliff and liked him from when he first came to her house. She liked to spend time to him. She even began to love him, Catherine states that, “My love for Heathcliff resembles the eternal rocks beneath: a source of little visible delight, but necessary. Nelly, I am Heathcliff!
Vlad feels out of place as the only straight teenager at camp. He compensates for his insecurity by trying to make everyone happy to the detriment of being honest with himself about his feelings. Because of this, he often ends up in compromising predicaments. Suspicious of his true intentions, Burt Hanley calls him an “ass kisser”. In another situation, Vlad forms a relationship with Ellen out of guilt that Jill, his past interest, makes fun of her weight.
But in all reality it is Gene who resents Finny and his resentment increases when Finny does not attain a reciprocal envy. When Gene's acts resentment drives him to enacts malicious thoughts and behaviors, he suddenly realizes that his real enemy lies not with Finny, but within himself, Finny's lack of comprehension with reality destroys him, and war is an internal conflict that beings spend their lives fighting against(This view is also shared by Bryant Hallman). Gene is very intelligent who ultimately adores and is jealous of Finny. He increasingly loses character and thinks to disperse it with his friend. Gene copes with his jealousy by convincing himself that he and Finny were "even after all, even in enmity.
Laertes Laertes is a kind, loving brother and son, that when faced with overwhelming grief, becomes rash, easily manipulated, and short sighted. His actions caused by these emotions greatly influence the outcome of the play in ways that no other character’s could. His love for his family fuels his hate towards Hamlet, and his hate for Hamlet allows him to be easily manipulated by Claudius. All of these intense feelings cause him to go after Hamlet in a way that affects people more than he believed it would. When Laertes speaks to Ophelia, warning her to stay away from Hamlet, he does so because he knows that the relationship between them can only end in heartbreak.
Glen was just trying to be helpful because Dylan reminded him of his brother who had overdosed, but Dylan grouped together all helpful acts with people planning on using him. As well, this theme is also portrayed when Jenna betrays Dylan, because she ditched him, got him addicted to painkillers and got him put into Vulture’s debt, when all he had ever done was help her. Dylan was especially betrayed and his trust was deeply broken because Vulture was the one person who Jenna knew Dylan didn’t want a
He is disliked by his children especially the oldest son because he is hypocritical by doing the things he scolds them not to. The mother of the family (played by Jessica Chastain) is loved and adored by her sons. She teaches them to live freely and to enjoy the world around them. The parent’s contrasting views confuse the oldest son and make him resentful of the situation he is currently living in. The film is not so cut and dry as the previous plot summary makes it sees.
He lies and lives on the road degrading himself in every way to attain the friendship with the most people. Willy’s severe dementia cements him as unreliable early on in the play, and it also explains some of the resentment his family feels towards him. Willy is so obsessed with succeeding in the business world and being “well liked” (Act 1, Scene 2) he can’t except that his life in general has been a failure. He replays moments in his life when the world brought nothing but promise and his sons were talented young athletes with their whole lives a head of him. Willy drifts fluidly in between reality and fantasy fluidly sometimes having two conversations at once.
This disability left him psychologically and morally lost, and takes his masculinity away from him. He cannot develop his relationship with Brett whom he truly loves, because he cannot physically satisfy her. This causes Jake to be troubled and have great shiftlessness. He is also annoyed with Cohn, who went on a trip to San Sebastian with Brett. He often enjoys seeing Cohn defeated by Mike, who is also jealous of Cohn.
“He is a sinner, a sinner not only against the moral fashion but against his own vision of decent conduct." Despite all the power and respect he appears to have in Salem, this still has an effect on his conscience which troubles him throughout the play. This effect is evident in John’s relationships with people, especially with his wife Elizabeth Proctor. When Proctor tries to re-establish his relationship with Elizabeth he says “I mean to please you Elizabeth” although he becomes angered when his wife does not forgive him completely, “You forgive nothing and forget nothing” and “An everlasting funeral marches round your heart”. Proctor’s good conscience allows him to still care for Elizabeth; this is shown when she is accused of