Henry Adams is poorly motivated because he never got to see for himself what one can achieve through hard work. Henry Adams is just another example of a social tragedy. Because he was surrounded by others in the same league as him he was never able to grow as a person.
He just wanted to be known. Overall he wasn’t one to stand out. He al... ... middle of paper ... ...cisions, but because of his lack of confidence and depression he failed at everything he tried. He felt rejected from everyone by that point. He had very few friends growing up in high school, and when the group of them got older, they moved on with their lives.
Evident in the Western genre, certain vocabulary, figures of speech, and use of dialogue reveal a unique aspect of American Literature. Vocabulary in the Western genre generally because it gives the writing background and a unique identity. The vocabulary in this genre consists of slang that exemplifies the Western genre in an American context. The authors of this genre use iconic terminology, like “Howdy”, “Giddy up” or “Yeehaw”, in their stories to give the readers a sense of direction to understand an unfamiliar aspect of American Literature. This colloquial language is the quintessence of how the Western genre gives America an identity.
This paper can attempt to prove this by presenting the essential concepts and of those literary genres, literary samples of every, and create connections between the 2 literary movements. Realism and Modernism not solely pictured society in America once war I accurately and unbiasedly, however it also tried to seek out the solutions brought upon by the suffering created by the war. The realistic movement of the late nineteenth century saw authors accurately depict life and it's issues. Realists tried to "give a comprehensive image of contemporary life" (Elliott 502) by presenting the complete image. Realists created this image of America by combining a good sort of "details derived from observation and documentation" to "approach the norm of expertise..".
Washington is extremely glorified in his character, people saw him as a hero and he was portrayed as a hero through many paintings and myths just like in the cherry tree. Washington was not daring, he wasn’t an exciting bold hero; making a lot of his stories untrue. (23) Another myth that glorified Washington is the myth of the silver dollar. The myth says George took a silver dollar and threw it across the Potomac River. This story is obviously only a myth of course as there were no silver dollars when George was a child, and even if he did the Potomac River is miles wide.
They weren’t - it was him reverted back to his old self, but he didn’t know it. You see, as time moved on, and the more he put on the fake self, he developed split personalities, a distinct mental disorder. He couldn’t keep track of time, everything was in fragments and pieces. After a few times of memory loss he calls his friends. None of them pick up.
For some odd reason he has changed like something was wrong or was asked this question most of his life, he was alone all by himself no one to bee seen. I guess that is the only explanation for it and I didn’t want ask him for the fear of making him more offended. 2012 you should know that. Why? Because here is ware you where born.
He had been born to a couple of teenagers. They had never really grown up the whole time he’d known them. He was the mature one of the family, and he resented this. He had no brothers or sisters. His parents, though alive, were no longer together, and he felt as if he was all alone in the world.
Not even his boss or any of his co-workers, whom he worked with for decades, put in an appearance. This i... ... middle of paper ... ...ly’s inability to step back and view others for what they truly are lead to his ultimate downfall. Willy’s countless efforts to achieve his goal of the American Dream are thwarted each time. His attempts at financial success all end in failure. No one, not even his family, believes Willy’s portrayal of himself as being well liked.
The fact that the Time Traveller lived 800,00 years in the past led him to believe that over time, the generations got less and less intelligent and more involved with having fun compared to the world where he lived. The Time Traveller also realized that the Eloi were very dependent on other people for many of there resources. He mentioned that the Eloi had houses and clothing but he didn’t see any machinery or anything that could possibly produce these items. “There were no shops, no workshops, no sign of importations among them.” (65) This led him the believe that there had to be someone or something that was making these items for them. Since the Time Traveller had already know about the low intelligence of the Eloi, this didn’t come as surprize to him.