In this way Lucie saved him as well. These are two w... ... middle of paper ... ...he will do anything for her, even die for someone she loves. Lucie recalls Sydney by opening him up to doing something with his life. He later uses this new mindset to save Charles’s life. After Sydney is inspired to make something of his life he vows to do something good.
I care for no man on earth, and no man on earth cares for me." (89), that Carton is a depressed man with no self-esteem. In his conversation with Sydney, he goes on about his countless amount of chances he had to better himself, but just never had the energy to actually follow through with it. The way that Carton is affected by society is that, he feels that he should be unhappy so he is unhappy. He explains that he was not always happy, but now he feels that life has nothing to offer him and he is useless, “Sydney Carton, idlest and most unpromising of men.” (91) Sydney Carton had always been the brains behind Stryvers acts in court, but was never recognized because he didn’t feel the need to be recognized.
He is a lonely man because of these repressed emotions and memories, which make Sydney turn toward drink. The more Carton attempts to confront his problems, the more he resorts to recklessness and drinking. Sydney feels that no one cares for him, so he cannot care for another. “’I care for no man on earth and no man on earth cares for me.’” (Dickens 91) Carton’s memories of growing up without care eat away at him, and turn him away from other people, into solitude. Ca... ... middle of paper ... ...ried away on the tumbrils to La Guillotine, he thinks philosophically about the future and even quotes a few scriptures.
He realizes that although their relationship was always a good on and that he is a good man; he can never be the man that gave his life for her. Joyce succeeds in... ... middle of paper ... ...t the book. The only way for him to get over the pain is to accept the fact that he will have to deal with Gretta’s mourning for her first love, if not then he will feel lifeless for the rest of his life. Many times we are troubled by others opinions and surrounded by our own pain. We are able to advance by encouragement from other people that take risks and that are brave enough to get through obstacles in life.
Jim is a very modest person, he will sacrifice anything to help his fellow man. Huck sees this and begins to think of Jim as a human being also, and will “go to hell ” for Jim. Although Jim is a slave, he does not think of people based on their skin color, but in fact believes that everyone is equal regardless of skin, and even age. One may ever say that Jim is Huck's true father. Both Jim and Huck have experienced life at a tedious level.
He stood up for his dear friend, and did not want him be made a joke of. I believe this is important because it shows that he is not only loyal to his friend, but also caring and has strong moral principles. What Lise was doing was wrong, and the author put this part in to emphasize the reader’s sympathy for Cyrano. Later when Ragueneau’s wife left him, Cyrano did not hesitate to support Ragueneau by talking him out of killing himself and providing him with a proper job. Furthermore, as everyone must be aware of, Cyrano was in love with Roxane.
Pip said "I will never stir from your side...when I am suffered to be near you. Please God, I will be as true to you as you have been to me"(457). Pip began to really care for Magwitch. Magwitch was very true and generous to Pip throughout his life. He saw that Magwitch was only their to help him and give him a better life.
Joe also provided Pip with the knowledge of how essential true and honest friendship is. Pip did not procure many profound and meaningful friendships in his life but, with Joe’s assistance, Pip realized that money and business deals would come and go often, but friendship was a sac... ... middle of paper ... ...lth almost never means being abundant in happiness. She also brought Pip to the realization that if a love is true, he will not have to change his morals or a single one of his goals to achieve it. Pip was taught countless lessons from the relationships that occurred early in his life that, after time, led him to the discovery of his true self. He was taught, directly and indirectly, an abundance of life-lessons that helped portray to him that he was and always will be the sole source of his happiness.
His many dreams have never been succeeded and he realizes that he isn’t living the life he wants. He has always played it safe within his every decision, thus the clarity that flows into his meager existence when expecting his friend is what saves him from total obscurity. This is highlighted when he enters the luminosity of the bar feeling important and is faced with its many colors which lead him to believe that “the people were observing him curiously” (69). However, this point was already clear as he “felt himself superior to the people he passed” (68) while on his way to meet his friend. Chandler appoints Gallaher as his gateway to the dreams he still has.
Lucie’s endless dedication to her father is an example of how one person’s sacrifice can inspire life in another. Lucie is not the only one making sacrifices in their relationship though; as Dr. Manette recovered he made bold sacrifices for his daughter. For example, Jarvis Lowry, who was a friend of Dr. Manette, requested permission to destroy his beloved shoe-making tools. Dr. Manette was reluctant to give up the tools that were like a security blanket to him. Dr. Manette declared that, “in [Lucie’s] name, then, let it be done; I sanction it” (207).