With Crooks being the only black man on the ranch he is automatically going to feel alienated, When the other men at the ranch do not relate with Crooks unless he is working because he is black is when he really feels lonesome. Other than when they are working, the other men shut Crooks out off all of their activities except horseshoes. Crooks is very isolated and not welcome in leisure activities in which they do to Curleys Wife also. He has become bitter and known to lash out at people because of the loneliness that he has. When he talks to Lennie in his room about having no one to relate to and communicate with.
According to Freudian’s theory he displays signs of a core issue referred to as Fear of Intimacy. This issue leads a person to become detached because they have “overpowering feelings that emotional closeness will seriously hurt or destroy them” (Freudian). For example, he does not have any relationships outside of his family, and even when he is at home he remains guarded. Home is where people get comfortable and let their real selves shine. However, Gregor continues “locking the doors at night, even at home” (Kafka 9).
He described the place being very uncomfortable “There was one small window in it but I didn’t like to look out of it because then I would see the wall and I hated the wall because our real home was on the other side of it. And this part of town was the bad part because it was always noisy and it was impossible to sleep. And that eleven of us had to live in one room.” (page 127) This passage really delivers a message of discrimination as Shmuel and his family and to be moved from his house to a small flat being surrounded by soldiers and a wall. This makes the reader more aware of this situation surrounding the Jews on the other side of the fence. This section is important because it reveals important history and thoughts of Shmeul, who’s an important character of this story.
The horror of the seven-day journey to Belsen concentration camp along with Miki, his mother Judith, his grandmother Rosalia, his aunt Margo, and cousin Chava was unbearable. Conditions in Bergren Belsen were horrendous , there was very little food and water. There were no toilet facilities in Belsen which led to an awful stench throughout the camp , at first the smell was unbearable but the prisoners soon got used to.Many of the prisoners wore very little clothing which were mostly rags and scrap material.The prisoners had no source of heat so they had to huddle together to keep warm. The prisoners were weak and frail due to the malnurishment. Both adults and children were treated the same , they were abused both physically and mentally by the SS guards who didn’t allow any child to live happy lives.
Not only is it dangerous for the patient to try and maneuver his walker up and down the stairs, it will also be painful. Since the patient lives alone and has limited contact with his son, he risks becoming completely isolated. He also jointly runs a bakery, which is located on the first floor of his apartment building, with his brother Karl. Therefore, Karl will be unavailable to help since he will be busy with the business and will not be receiving any help from Mr. Trosack. The apartment is also small and cluttered with spaces not suited for a walker.
He is tormented by the local children and his life is miserable, lonely and full of fear. In the poem he gets describes as 'A solitary mister' which reflects on the fact that he is isolated from the society. Similarly 'The Clown Punk' is a piteous man who is not accepted by the society because of his identity and the way he looks. In the poem the narrator describes him as a 'basket of washing' which empathises on the fact that he is not respected and made fun of. The structures of both poems have been written to convey the isolation of the characters for example the poet in T.H.I.T.P has divided the poem into seven stanzas, each consist of six lines.
Having been hurt and betrayed by his religion, and best friend Silas leaves his hometown and settles in Raveloe. For fifteen years, he is disregarded and slightly feared by the townspeople of Raveloe, as he had a reputation of being connected with the devil. He is isolated from the rest of the village, living at the edge of town, working as a weaver, and not attending church. The money he earns from weaving fills him with happiness and satisfaction that is lacking from his lack of human companionship and communication. When his money is stolen, the villagers feel sorry for him.
Candy is lonely because of his old age although it is somewhat helped by the fact he has a dog but as we know, he is left high and dry after the residents of the bunkhouse choose to eradicate it for it was in pain and also smelling. Curleys wife throughout is negatively portrayed to the reader by the workers on the ranch and therefore is not left with anyone on her side, ultimately, making her lonely despite having a husband. The fact that Lennie is so incapable of getting along with people who he doesn’t already know well, this leaves him almost completely reliable on George in the book. Last but not least, Crooks is left without companionship on the ranch for various reasons. In the novel, the ranch is a huge symbolism of loneliness.
Great importance of TV in society 3. TV shows catching people’s attention Men’s becoming tool of their tools There are several negative effects of TV centred world of 2053 not only on Mr Leonard Mead but also on society. The TV centred world had negative effects on Mr. Leonard Mead, who had become a lonely and jobless man in a three million people society because of being against technology. First of all, Mr. Leonard Mead was alone in this world of 2053 as he was not married although he wanted to. Also, he did not have friends because during the day everyone was so busy and hurried with their work that they did not talk to each other and, during the night, everyone spent their time watching TV, which Mr. Leonard Mead did not like.
The Nazis inhumanity and brutality slowly diminished his hope and desire to live. Despite Elie’s constant battle, it is from the interaction with other characters that he is able to maintain his hope. Elie depends on his father for support, and his love for his father makes him strengthen his hope and desire to live. When they arrived at the camp, his father said that he would rather Elie to go with his mother than to see what they were going to experience as men. The father began to cry and this was the only time that Elie saw his father cry.