Doris' intellectual needs are not been met because she is not doing any thing to help challenge her brain and keep it active. Doris' emotional needs are not been met because she cannot tell anyone her feelings and as a result is often upset and lonely. Doris' social needs are not been met because she has no friends, family and nobody else to talk to apart from Zulema who treats her badly.
...Instead he is an aging man with no one left. This story had no fluff. It had no happy ending. It was in no way uplifting. It was a book about hopelessness, and how tragic life can be.
Waiting for Godot has no plot; it explores a static situation. “Nothing happens, nobody comes, nobody goes, it 's awful!” (Beckett 27). It seems that time has stopped, but it continues the course, leaving indelible marks of aging, physical and mental deformities. Waiting for Godot is drama of characters, expectation, hope, and degeneration of the danger and the meaninglessness of action in the era of triumphed progress. “Don’t let’s
Though characters are present but are not recognizable for whatever they do and whatever they present is purposeless. So far as its dialogue technique is concerned, it is purely absurd as there is no witty repartee and pointed dialogue. What a reader or spectator hears is simply the incoherent babbling which does not have any clear and meaningful ideas. So far as the action and theme is concerned, it kisses the level of Absurd Theatre. After the study of this play we come to know that nothing special happens in the play and we do not observe any significant change in setting.
Walter Bates: Insensitive, absent. "Was this what it all meant--utter, intact separateness, obscured by the heat of living?" Elizabeth is questioning the reason for living. Particularly, she is wondering at her own existence. Her life seems to have no meaning and she does not connect with any one, especially her husband.
People seem to always be closed-off and harsh to him; they do not see him and treats him as if he is an outcast. This is why he sees himself far away from people, possibly in the ocean, where he can never reach their attention. Nothing he does ever result into anything because he never gets the interaction he longs to get from
As a family we never ate together, we never came together for conversations, we never told each other I love you, basically, we didn’t socialize together at all in the home. This very point was addressed in the notes about lack of time
They live in a nightmare society. The land is engulfed in darkness. There is no electricity, no roads, no transportation, no houses, no communication, no nothing. There is fire. That is all they have to bring light to the place.
He lives in a chaotic world without much guidance or many rules. Harry’s life up to the point of meeting Mrs. Connin lacks structure. The very fact that the family lives in an apartment rather than a house represents a lack of permanence. There is no commitment when living in an apartment. There is no mortgage to pay or yard to tend to.