It is companies such as the peach farm that force people’s insanity and revoke their sense of ownership and livelihood. At the end of the story there is a tragic scene where Rose of Sharon, one of the women of the group, gives birth to a stillborn child in the rain and Uncle John, a depressed drunk due to the death of his wife and mal living conditions, sends the dead baby downstream in hopes that the landowners of California receive the message that there are people dying due to their greed and self interests. Unfortunately the Joads and many others try to stay united but the horrors of poverty settle in as many people die due to the living conditions and there are many setbacks in their journey expressed as “livelihood,” was never met. The novel portrays an image of a world in which generosity and self-sacrifice are the greatest of virtues. It also portrays an image of the 1930’s and one of the causes of the Great
Anse Bundren is an uneducated farmer whose selfish tendencies in his personality result in poor parenting and relations with others. Anse is extremely selfish as well as stubborn and throughout the book he butts heads with the other characters. For Anse his wife's death is just bad luck and he seems only to feel bad for himself, not for the loss of her. Even his intentions for her burial are laced with selfishness because he will acquire a new set of false teeth. Anse’s exaggerated traits of selfishness distance him from the other characters and others tend to dislike him because of his self-centered personality.
The readers can tell she hates her house and poverty when she points out her house to Sister Superior and she “started to cry” (45). Sister Superior even felt “sorry” for Esperanza for having pointed out her house that “even the raggedy men are ashamed to go into” (45). Esperanza even
Gwen is also in a very irrational nation as she came from a poor and always is stressed. Her bad temper has led her to her own distinctive world. In the play, Away, Gwen is very stereotyping against Tom and had called him ‘Motorbikes, Tattoos, Drinks. A sad dirty life’ .She calls him this because he is from a very country family but Meg only thinks of Tom as a friend and due to Gwen’s negative opinion towards Tom creates a barrier between the mother and daughter. During Act I, Scene 2, Gwen asks for a ‘Bex’ which is a medicine like panadol and the Bex symbolises her domestic world by only more wealthy people are able to use Bex.
She is in a conflict because she wants to be with her “normal” boyfriend but she actually falls in love with Edward. Edward scissor is a unique character he endures a lot of emotional and physical suffering. Emotionally he knows that he will not be loved or accepted, he is isolated and he falls in love with Kim. Physically he suffers because he has scissors for hands; he can’t eat drink or dress himself. When he is in the car driving to pegs house, he sees the beauty and the relationship of families and how they interact with each other it is obvious that he can’t fit into suburbia, which makes him sad, in the bogs dinner scene we can see the physical pain and distress of him not being able to be independent.
One day Gustavo went to his country Spain then he never showed up again, Celia was very upset and she lost living her will to live. Though she has no known medical condition, she wastes away due to depression. While she is housebound, Jorge del Pino, courts her and persuades her to marry him. After their honeymoon, he leaves her at home with his mother and sister while he goes on long business trips, punishing her out of his jealousy for her past with Gustavo. His mother and sister are cruel to Celia, even more so after she becomes pregnant.
She acts as a central part of the authors messages. Lily represents the extreme hardships of the Irish people which Friel is at pains to bring to the world. She is a poor, catholic woman in a society dominated by men. Her husband abuses her and the governments do nothing to assist. Lilly is in a society that favours the rich and disregards the poor as scum which just amplifies her misfortune.
But in both stories you found evidence of evil and greed. Paul's mother did not truly love her son, all she cared about was money and the quest for more money. Goodman Brown came across evil spirits that transformed his entire life. Paul
How dislike is for Mr Birling created in An Inspector Calls by Priestly? Priestly was born in 1894 and believed that the upper class should be accepting responsibility and that the lower class should be treated equally. Priestly was aware that something had to change in 1946 in Britain and, In An Inspector Calls, Priestly uses Mr Birling as a typical upper class business owner who likes to follow the typical capitalist class system that needed to be changed. In the play, Priestly wants to portray the opposite of Birling’s views and by doing so through the use of different characters over the course of the play he creates dislike for Mr Birling and dislike for the upper class. In the play Birling fails to understand how the lower class
She looks down on most people and expects the Inspector to treat her with the upmost respect she often treats the Inspector as inferior. Sheila the young pretty daughter, she is for filling her father’s dream of becoming upper-class by marrying an upper-class man Gerald. She is deeply affected by Eva Smith’s death she is initially very naive to suggest that someone can drink disinfectant by accident “Oh- how horrible! Was it an accident?” however later on she shows her own jealousy and bad temper causing Eva Smith to lose he jobs but she always accepts responsibility this reflects Priestley’s faith in the new generation that it will be filled with young socialist caring people who work