The Misfit’s lack of psychological help contributes to the decay of his morality because with an unstable mind he is unable to grasp moral values whatsoever. In addition, the Misfit expresses himself strictly through violence. During the conversation between the Grandmother and the Misfit, he states that ‘“[t]hen it’s nothing for you to do but enjoy the few minutes you got left the best way you can—by killing somebody or burning down his house or doing some other meanness to him. No pleasure but meanness.”’ (O’Connor 27). Since the Misfit had to suffer through the cruelty of his punishments, he no longer believes in conventional morals and sees that the only
These media programs operate as psychosocial exploitation agendas. These programs are intended to fracture African Americans’ sense of Black racial identity, commitment, and harmony by enslaving them to images of the most deceptive worst in themselves while persuading them that they respect, value, and trust only Whites. It is a clandestine arrangement of power that secures the prolongation of white supremacy by ensuring that African Americans continue to be the most culturally debased and most economically oppressed people in America. Not only is it in main stream media, but black entertainment is also posing an issue. The media’s incessant battering of the African American consciousness is deliberately adulterating their feeling of cultural cohesion, shaping the fiber of self-hatred, and producing... ... middle of paper ... ... the additional dispersal of this toxin among our people, and we must abolish the control of those who are spreading it.
In summary, young people should not be playing these games in order to save their mental health. Furthermore, television contributes to desensitizing society with it’s ... ... middle of paper ... ...iety too, as seen in Mildred’s friends. Mrs. Phelps and Mrs. Bowles are similar to Mildred, they say they voted on the last president simply for his looks. They don’t care about any of the important qualities only the superficial ones. Montag is further shocked when they talk so nonchalant about the war and their family’s, saying “(Insert quote here” (Bradbury ).
0729-0046 page 6 the men doesn’t seem to protect their family pride because Medea was banish and Jason didn 't even protect them and save his family’s pride. The character Medea, leaves an imprint on the readers that it 's unfair for the women in the Greek society where they have no power to do anything. The women were being mistreated by their own husbands and other men as well just because they are women. Medea is seen to be depressed, sad, and heartbroken by Jason. Having another woman proves the wrongdoings of a man.
Her jaw became dislocated, she tried to press charges but they were reduced because she did not press them on the scene, and she could not even sit through a movie with her friend. Her friends don’t believe the incident is as serious as it is, and X is spreading rumors about her. It seems that everyone is on his side. She admits that she is afraid of men. Basically, this article shows how a single incident of domestic violence can ruin someone’s life.
They say I stink.? (p. 33) As a result of this separation, Crooks becomes incredibly bitter and lonely. Through his request of having a part in George and Lennie?s dream, it becomes obvious that he searches for a friend, struggling to be recognized as a human being. Curley?s wife is the typical example of discrimination based on misunderstanding. Because she is never given the chance to express her point of view, the men have a strong opinion on her based only on their interpretations of her actions.
A guy needs somebody ------to be near him. He whined, a guy goes nuts if he ain’t got nobody.”(Page, 72) This quote in this book is talking about how anyone needs a person to... ... middle of paper ... ...talking about how Curly’s wife hates to stay in the house all day and doing nothing. Her behavior of being disappointed is getting really flirtatious to other guys but she also gets that way because her husband doesn’t really talk to her nor does nothing with her so she gets lonely without him. I think that Curly’s wife and Curly shouldn’t have got married because they don’t like each other and they can’t stand each other. The book “Of Mice and Men” is important because it teaches people how hard lives are when they are disappointed are they are lonely and it also teaches people how hard it is living in the great depression was.
This shows that Gertrude is very selfish and reluctant to the fact the Hamlet is depressed. In The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, Judy has a difficult time raising Christopher. Judy gets overwhelmed and angry when Christopher acts out. Instead of learning how to deal with Christopher’s autism she lashes out at him and throws food. Although Christopher is unable to express emotion, it is clear that his mother’s rage frightens him because he screams or throws a tantrum.
Antigone's tragic flaw was amplified by her loyalty for her brother; she acted irrational, in not taking preparation or thoroughness into consideration when burying her brother. Further more when confronted by Creon, himself she disrespected and basically told him to silence himself because his words were "distasteful" to her. So then sealing her death by becoming an immediate martyr for the wrong cause... anything against Creon's will. Creon, in his paranoia was plagued with the feeling of incompetence and need to establish dominance. His decree that no one would bury Polyneices only provoked the people of Thebes into thinking of him as insensitive to their culture.
Hamlet avoiding conflict causes his girlfriend to stop talking to him. It also causes his "friends," Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, to deceive him. Even though Hamlet is pensive to the point of obsession, he acts rashly too. An example of this is when he stabs Polonius through the drape, without even checking to see who he is. Is it acts like these make him seem absolutely mad, because he behaves so erratically.