From the back of the book I knew that he gets in to a plane accident and has to survive on his own. I was surprised that the author went right to the plane wreck. I thought it would have a somewhat boring beginning like most other books I read. Brian keeps talking about how his parents got divorced and he cries every time he thinks about it. He calls it the big "secret."
He lives in pressure, plain and loneliness from infancy. The world was chaos, his life was chaos. During the war, writing this book maybe the only way can help him to retrieve a tiny relaxation and enjoyment for his own, because the little prince might be representing his childhood, who tried to heaven himself in the story. At the story, the little prince brings him a lot of questions which baffled the writer a lot when he was repairing the plane. Somehow, the little prince eventually got the attention from the writer and help him claim down and made him feel
First his father dies in a hunting accident, then he gets in a plane crash and everyone aboard dies but him, and while he is in the hospital recuperating, his wife dies of carbon monoxide poisoning. There is so much death surrounding his life, that it is no wonder Billy has not tried to kill himself yet. Billy proves throughout the book that he is not mentally stable, yet somehow, he is persuasive in his interpretation of the truth.
He probably was planning to have a great time, but it was too late once he lifted off. His fall came at the point when he crashed his plane, causing his death. This caused for the recognition of most people, especially his family, being devastated by his death. Even though most were sad for him, he was not qualified to fly, along with many other circumstances leading to his death. This situation displays a motif of tragedy within the Kennedy family.
Another example from his first soliloquy of his melancholic state occurs when he discovers the rapid marriage of his mother and his uncle, where he finds himself both sad and mad at the fact that his mother could move on so quickly. Hamlet’s violent attitude can be blamed on the fact that his father was murdered and he wants revenge. An example of his violent attitude is in his sixth soliloquy where he sees the king praying in the church. Hamlet feels as though he should just kill him in that same instance, but then decides not to. Another instance of his violent behavior is when he sends Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to their deaths and feels no remorse in doing so.
Rayford Steele is directed back to his airport. Flights across the world are grounded, due to the car accidents, sudden disappearances, and believe it or not, plane crashes. His wife and his son, in the earlier days had become very strong Christians. As he lands the 7-47, a thought crosses Rayford’s mind is my wife still here, are my kids okay, is my family still alive? Guilt came upon him, thus he was struggling with his marriage, and he thought about having an affair with his head stewardess, Hattie.
Resulting the loss of his ability to properly use his leg Eddie began to see the world and his life as painful. Moreover, he lost everything when he lost his leg, and he came out of that hospital a changed man for the worse. Nevertheless, he never knew how he is shot until he got to heaven. The second person Eddie meets in heaven is his captain from when he was in the war. Proceeding his meeting with the captain, the captain reveals that “‘…I was the one…who shot you’” (p.86).
2 of John's men died while the others managed to jump from the ship before the ship was hit. John was slammed into the cockpit re-injuring his back, but he didn't give up. With an injured back he towed one of his men who had been badly injured and lead the rest of his men to an island several miles away. Within days he and his crew were rescued. His brother Joe was not as lucky, days after John's accident Joes plane blew up during a dangerous mission in Europe.
I found many similarities and differences in the Poem and music video. When I finished listening and reading the two I thought that they both relate to losing someone you really care about. In the poem “Come up from the fields father”, a family has just received news that their son has been severely injured in combat. An important note is that the poem suggests (and I also interpreted) that he isn’t dead however the mother knows that he will not be coming home in the way that he left. She understands that her son has gone through so much the mental trauma that he had to endure has permanently changed him.
He knowingly shipped out parts that would crash an airplane.” (All My Sons, p.33) She also tells them that Larry had written her a letter which exposes the truth of who is responsible for the faulty aeroplanes. The Keller family are suffering with the loss of Larry, when Joe learns that he is responsible for the death he faces up to reality and the fact that he is responsible for the death of many sons not just his own, hence the title “All My Sons”. The tragedy of the play also highlights the corruption of capitalism. Joe having been corrupted by financial gain, and making money from the faulty planes, in the end his greed led to devastating consequences and he is no longer able to live with the guilt. As a father he has not protected his family and he has