Daniel felt guilt and remorse while he was in jail and It was just a mistake that couldn’t be undone. A longer sentence wouldn’t bring back the lives of the dead. Longer jail sentence wouldn’t have achieved justice. The town of Mumbilli had lost the two loved teenagers while one was in serious condition. The Brennan’s were a well-respected family in the town but the action of Daniel left the feeling of hatred for the family.” The town of Mumbilli was bleeding.” The town was extremely affected by the accident.
These thematic concerns are echoed in the related texts therefore linking the texts and reflecting how texts may represent society. Fear is a fundamental theme throughout the text 'The Story of Tom Brennan'. Fear becomes an obstacle for tom to move into the world, he feels unsure and paranoid of what his class mates have heard about him and his family. 'the old man told me that night that Harvey knew about the accident and Daniel and stuff. I didn't feel comfortable about it" this conveys the message that tom is both afraid and uncertain of where his new life may take him.
Faced with situations that force change, many individuals explore a side to themselves that they didn’t know existed prior to the conﬂict. Individuals may ﬁnd that good qualities shine through in times of conﬂict and others demonstrate that in times of conﬂict, circumstances are harsh and act accordingly, demonstrating negativity. Regardless of how individuals respond to conﬂict, the response in which individuals demonstrate are extraordinary and whether individuals respond positively or negatively, remarkable courage, resilience and leadership is shown in the beliefs of individuals. ! !
Nevertheless, he is not as fine as Lyman thought. Even though his brother did his best to help him, Henry could not accept the new awful things he was going trough, therefore he took his own life. Watching someone you love suffering is heart wrenching, especially when nothing can be done to help the situation. Erdrich looks at the trauma of a soldier returning home from war and how their family must cope with his emotional change. The effects of war not only affect the soldier, but also cause an effect on families and loved ones.
The book included the part of how the relationship slowly and slowly steadily worsened between his parents, and how at the end, it reached a climatic point where Chris couldn’t stand his family anymore. In addition, the movie does a really good job bringing the other people that McCandless meets in his journey. For example, the movie includes Wayne Westerberg who is really important for McCandless. All these characters are really important because they have impacted Chris a lot in his
His guilt over the death of his beloved wife and son during World War 2 is a crucial event in which shaped the present Keller. He decides to remove his past and begin a new future in Darwin, however he lost some of his previous qualities in order to start fresh. One of these qualities was his love for romantic music. When Paul visits Vienna, he finds out that ‘Eduard loved the romantics.’ However after the concentration camp, Keller had hatred towards them as it clearly reminded him of the horrors he faced during that time. This accentuates how much guilt the man carries among himself and helps define who he truly is during the novel.
Gilgamesh never thought about how hard his people had it, and he would have continued to think that they had it easier than they really did. He would have never figured it out unless he had the experience, which he did thanks to Enkidu. In the end, Enkidu really changed Gilgamesh’s perspective on the world and they way things are when you’re not being waited on all the time. Enkidu made Gilgamesh realize that he had to help others out and can’t just be helped. He made him know what it was like to have a loving friend, and the devastation of loosing one.
His enrolment in the war is due to his guilt over Rowena’s death and his need for independence. After Rowena’s death, Robert was burdened with feeling of guilt and grief that he was not able to protect his sister. “It was Robert’s fault. Robert was her guardian and he was locked in his bedroom. Making love to his pillows,” (15).
Some people have trouble facing change, wanting things to remain the same, and some people adapt well to change. Change can be confronting, it can take you on an emotional roller coaster, or it can be rewarding. The way we adapt to change, will help us grow and mature, therefore helping us learn and improve ourselves. Miroslav Holubs poem "The door" focuses on embracing new perspectives and embracing change. The metaphor of opening the door, suggests we should open ourselves up.
Troy just wants his son to have a more smooth life compared to his. Cory may feel the same way Troy feels towards his father but in the long run Cory understands that his father was just protecting his future. Cory does grow for this experience with his father. His father may have crushed his dreams but it did help Cory grow to mature because he now is a marine and that is practical job with a promising