Isolation is what creates monsters; when Victor gets lost in his studying, he has forgotten his responsibilities. Solitude is what has led to the doom of innocents. Victor, his family, Justine Moritz, and his only friend, have faced ominous fates on the hands of the creature that has been created by Victor himself. Victor has taken solitude to the extreme, to the point that it has turned against him. Works Cited Citation:  Tillotson Marcia.
He had an older sister, Sarah, who was fortunate enough to live, however he also had a younger brother, Thomas, who died as a baby. Lincoln had to really struggle for a living and learning. His family had to move out of Kentucky for social reasons. When he was only ten years old, his mother died of tremetol, a milk sickness, and he was devastated afterwards. He mourned on it for 26 years.
When my parents decided to get a divorce, I was left with my mom. My father moved to Norwalk, Iowa, which was about an hour and forty-five minutes from me. I visited him very rarely, and I came to the belief that he didn’t want anything to do with me. While now I know this isn’t true, as a child I couldn’t fully understand that my father couldn’t control how often he saw me because of his work schedule. While living with my mom, I was deprived of the attention that a seven-year-old needs.
Leaving Annie to care for her brother, Jimmie, and their little run down home. Their father taking care of them was very slim since he was not working, unskilled, abusive, and an alcoholic. He left the kids two years after their mother’s death. Even though Anne was temperamental, she was a good match for Helen Keller. She had a high tolerance to being upset about such things through her life and could deal with Helen’s outbreaks.
This is possibly a reference to how he would get sad and lonely during the cold England winters. Not only did he loose his father at a young age, but just six years later, his mother fell ill to leukemia and passed. This forced his grandmother to take care of him and his four brothers, but she was unable to, so she got two london shopkeepers to care for them. This most doubtedly left Keats feeling abandoned by his grandmother. His grandmother was the last known family member that he had left and she... ... middle of paper ... ...old him to go to Italy, where he said that his warmer climate would ease the pain he was having.
Shelly had a lonely life, hardly spending any time with her father and losing her husband after a short marriage; Victor shows signs of being a bad parent when he abandons his creation. After Shelley eloped with her lover, Percy Shelley in 1814, they travelled the continent together; Walton travels all over the world and Safia travels far with her father. Shelley also stayed in Geneva; Victor's family home is here. There is a relationship between Shelly's life and the characters; Victor's father was against his studies and refused to support him, Victor's father did not understand or accept his way of thinking. Shelley spent most of her childhood writing.
Hawthorne’s personal isolation from people from 1825 to 1837 was probably due to his lifelong shyness among people. This reluctance to freely socialize may have been a result of a foot injury: “an injury to his foot at the age of nine reduced his physical activity for almost two years” (Martin 16). Wagenknecht says in Nathaniel Hawthorne – The Man, His Tales and Romances that this accident “reduced him for over two years to a state of invalidism that probably contributed toward developing his taste for reading” (2). Or Nathaniel Hawthorne’s shyness was perhaps due to the death of his father when he was but four years old. Regarding the impact of this death upon Hawthorne, Edmund Fuller and B. Jo Kinnick in “Stories Derived from New England Living,” say: When the news came of his father’s death, Hawthorne’s mother withdrew into her upstairs bedroom, coming out only rarely during the remaining forty years of her life.
He has been through a traumatic experience for the past two years, and he does not have anyone genuinely interested in him enough to take the time to find out what's going on in his mind and heart. Kreb's is disconnected from the life he had before the war, and without genuine help and care from these people he lived with, and around all his childhood life, it's difficult to return to the routines that everyone is accustomed to. Works Cited Hemingway, Ernest. "Soldier's Home." The Bedford Introduction to Literature, 6th Edition.
Unfortunately that summer Lincoln’s mother died from a deadly disease known as “milk sickness” and left his father with the children to raise alone(Lincoln research project). After the death of his mother the family fell apart and the most of the day to day work was left to Lincoln and his sister. In the winter of 1819 Lincoln’s father went back to Kentucky and found a new wife Sarah Bush Johnson who was a widow with three children (notable biographies.com). His n... ... middle of paper ... ...motivated to be there to remember the soldiers who died in the battle. He played on their strong emotions by prompting them to not let these soldiers die in vain, but to let their memory give them renewed strength to win the war.
Without a structured beginning to life, the creature is subjected to the harsh society around him, whose reactions only lead the creature to exile and psychological torment, justifying his wrongful actions. As a result of the creature’s outward appearance, there is never hope of acceptance within human society. Again and again the creature finds himself rejected and attacked by all beings, and he quickly realizes that he is abhorred by his world. Joyce Carol Oates, an american author and Princeton professor describes the situation in her article, “Frankenstein’s Fallen Angel.” She recognizes that, as any human, the creature, “requires love in order to become less monstrous, but, as he is a monster, love is denied him” (Oates, 546). Oates suggests that the creature can never possibly be loved