George has to put up with Lennie and then kill his best friend, Curley’s wife faces discrimination and even her kindness towards Lennie leads to her death. It is Lennie’s lack of understanding of the pain he is causing that loses our pity towards him and it is the weight
He held one of his wives at gunpoint, and beat his wives often, one instance even being during the week of peace. Him being abusive caused him and his wives not to be as close, as they feared him. When Ikemafuna was stabbed in the back by a machete, he yelled out to Okonkwo to save him but in fear of looking weak (which comes from his issues with his father) in front of his friends he finished off Ikemafuna. When Okonkwo killed Ikemafuna, it had a negative effect on his family and in the long run lead to his alienation from them. Not only did Okonkwo’s outbursts lead to his alienation from his family, but also from his community.
She began to shut herself from her husband and most importantly, her son. The mother-son relationship has clearly died off. The lack of communication between Beth and Conrad affected Conrad in many ways. Beth’s cold attitude towards Conrad leads to his anger and how he wants to be left alone from everyone, including his father. Beth shuts out Cal from showing her real emotions on her favorite son’s accidental death, and lack of communication with Conrad brings the Jarrett family into an interpersonally distant family.
The Capulets And Montagues: The Ones To Truly Blame Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy where the four teenagers die because of a feud going on between two noble families. Their death is a mix everyone’s fault, but it is mainly the Capulets and Montagues fault. Although the two families thought they were doing good for their children, they were hateful towards each other, too stubborn to try to resolve the feud, and Lord and Lady Capulet were very hard on Juliet when she refused to marry Paris. The Capulets and Montagues thought the feud wouldn’t do any harm, but the hate towards each other caused the four teenagers to die. For instance, Shakespeare says: Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we lay or scene, From
He seemed to have never been close with her. During his pretrial interrogation, he was asked if he loved Maman and answered, “I probably did love Maman, but that didn’t mean anything. At one time or another all normal people have wished their loved ones were dead”(65). He isn’t even certain on if he even loved his own mother. Any
He scared everyone he came into contact with and was labeled as the "breathless horror"(56) which made it impossible for him to socialize with any humans.Unlike Victor who chose to be alone. Valerie, in the other novel was isolated by ones who at one point, did love her. The creature was abandoned from the start, he was rejected and hated from the moment he opened his eyes. Complete isolation for Valerie doesn't happen until much later in her story. The horrible image of the creature's outward appearance physically isolated him from society.
I believe that he lying and that he left this woman in a state of distress that contributed to her state of mind when she committed suicide. Furthermore, Mrs Billings and Ms Billings both treated Ms Smith badly. Mrs Birling refusal to help Ms Smith must have made Ms Smith feel like she had no one to turn to. Furthermore, Ms Billings was jealous of Ms Smith and, once again, Ms Smith loses another job. Ms Smith must have felt that she didn't have any friends at
She leaves a whole country to conquer the feeling of loss of her first child whereas she simply decides to ignore the passage her family used to take together in her building after her second child dies. As a result of facing similar situations, one is able to surmount a feeling of loss through repeated exposures of it.
She knew that her children will soon leave and have their time in life and spend less and less time with her and that she would just simply stay inside and be alone. She must have been terrified of that. She lost Edward and did not want her daughter Mary to find about that at the moment of her lifetime. Jane was terrified of telling Mary the truth and she might have thought that if she does than Mary will panic and be emotionally hurt for the rest of her life. At the end, Jane seems to be happy that she will soon be able to be to join Edward.