These loses know how to bring great regret and guilt to Creon. Creon suddenly experiences his horrible anagorisis. He realizes that had he only listened to Haimon, Theriesies, or Charagos sooner, the people closest to him would not have left him. Although his hubris once maintained fear in his people, it eventually results in a significant loss of respect. In this unimaginable position of sorrow there is nothing Creon can do to fix anything at all.
Lennie does not know his own strength, reacts to trouble when he is scared Idioms- “old lady” (p.53), “throw a litter” (p.58), “punk” (p.62), “cut off his wind” (p.63) Allusions- Luger, phonograph, fence picket, Golden Gloves Chapter 4- 66. Crooks was alone, living by himself and able to leave his personal possessions lying around 67. Loneliness- people kept their distance from Crooks because he was black 68. Loneliness- Lennie also quite alone in the world- only friend is George and tries to make friends with Crooks 69. Lennie- a genuinely nice person, has nice smile that tempted Crooks to let him in 69.
Section 1 1- Adjectives describing scrooge- Pusillanimous, nonchalant, Sinner, Mean and miserly, Selfish, not liked, unpopular. - Jacob Marley was Scrooge's old business partner 2- they’re both selfish,greedy,and cheap also work in da same business 3- Marley arrives in the beginning of the book as a warning not only that three spirits will be visiting Scrooge but because he cares about Scrooge and doesn't want him to have to suffer the same fate as he is. Marley explains to Scrooge that his chain is twice as long as Marley's chain is already and warns him of what his life as a spirit would be like. 4- . Marley's fate is that he must travel the world in pure torture, carrying chains with the burdens and mistakes of his past; the chain is attached to items that represent
CROOKS Crooks, like Curley’s wife has no name. Crooks is merely a nick name and it appears that the novel does not mention the most inferior characters names. He appreciates Lennie’s company “I tell ya a guy gets too lonely, an’ he gets sick.” Crooks is happy to admit that he has no company and is isolated because of his colour, he also admits to have no dream as he is afraid of being disappointed. It seems lonely characters can talk to Lennie as he will not tell anyone. Crooks is used to being ignored and as a result of this he is very protective of his possessions “Ya got no right to come in my room!” The characters are rendered helpless by their isolation, and yet, even at their weakest, they seek to destroy those who are even weaker than
Words such as 'secret', 'poison', and 'awful' are used in conjunction to describe Chup. The negative connotations in these words indicate that all things related to Chup are somehow insidious in nature. Therefore, by stating that Chup is a "place of shadows", 'shadows' become just as insidious as Chup. As Haroun approaches the Twilight Strip, Butt notices that Haroun was suffering from "a Heart-Shadow (121)", the symptoms of which are manifested in Haroun's thoughts: 'With our absurd armada,' he despaired, 'how can we ever succeed in that world…. The closer they came…the more formidable the prospect of the Chupwala Army became.
One of the characters who proves this is Crooks. Crooks is the stable hand who works with the ranch horses. He lives by himself because he is the only “nigger” on the ranch. Crooks is a bookworm who likes to keep his room neat, but he is constantly beaten down by the never-ending loneliness and prejudicial treatment he receives because of his skin color. Because of this inhumane treatment he is now suspicious of any kindness he receives.
His eyes were closed and a euphoric smile was plastered across his face. He died happily, the woes of his long life extinguished by a moment of pleasure. His departure left no impact upon society, death is too an insignificant event for the busy lives people in this world. Little do they know, his soul had been liberated from a world that he did not belong
Only, this time there is no sigh of relief or apology or any sound at all. Then he realizes the limp body he’s looking down on is dead. He went too far this time. No one ever tried to warn him and now he sits there bawling over his Miriam’s lifeless body. He promises to himself that he’ll never do it again but knows nothing he says or does now can help him.
The Sandwich Factory By Jason Kennedy The sandwich factory is about a man who is working at a factory for a low income. At the factory the witness how the atmosphere is tense because of the terms they are working at, some which in fact are inhuman, as for example as they caged in the factory if they haven’t done the days quota. The unnamed narrator describes himself as an oddball because he is the only one of the male workers at the factory that keeps to himself, but as he says himself, it is the money that is important, not the work itself. He seems to be a rather intelligent person in contradiction to the other characters that are portrayed in the story. An indication of the narrator being intelligent is, that he listens to Joy Division and reads intellectual litterateur.