The epic journey of “The Old Man and the Sea” describes struggle, discipline and manhood. The main characters relationships exemplify how faith and skill overcome man’s adversity during life on the sea. Santiago’s growing relationship with the boy idealizes his statute as a father figure and develops his integrity and values towards the boy. Hemmingway shows us how an old fisherman’s will to overcome the sea’s obstacles proves his manhood to himself and the young boy. His skills and knowledge of the sea provide a positive influence for the young boy to become a great fisherman someday.
As a consequence of the narrator cutting the fishing line, he feels a "sick, nauseous feeling in [his] stomach" as he understood the grave mistake he has done. He can't comprehend that he had made the absurd decision to cut the line that released the fish he wanted to hook greatly. He treasures fishing significantly but his desire for Sheila took command. Throughout the rest of the date, he retained that tainted sensation in his stomach as that lost fish stays in his thought. As a result, after a month had relinquished "the spell [Sheila] cast over [him] was gone" due to it denoting superficial love and not true passion, but what adhered to him was his true love, the lost bass that haunted him all server and "haunts [him] still."
In cases of sudden death there is a deep feeling of guilt as there are many unfinished business which could have been resolved, things left unsaid. Moreover, there is a constant need to hear, see and touch that person though dead and the bereaved feels helpless with regards to his own adjustment and self-care. Physical factors The physical symptoms to grief are: • Nausea • Headaches • Dry mouth • Restlessness • High blood pressure • Loss of appetite • Changes in sleep patterns • Tightness in chest • Oversensitivity to noise Cognitive factors Cognitively the person keeps pondering about the loved one. When the loss is announced very often there is a disbelief that prevails among relatives, they take time to realize that the person is gone. Loss causes a lot of confusion, the person is unable to stick to one thought f... ... middle of paper ... ...e person feel better at a certain point.
When Jesus gives his father a tour of the Cannery Juan acts very uninterested and, -1- in a way, hurt. When Jesus went to ta... ... middle of paper ... ... that the life he led also had a part in his depression. Juan had a very sad and depressing life. He was only happy when he was with La Belleza and that is why at the end when he dies he is really just going home. -4- Self Evaluation I found that writing this paper was really hard for me.
Isolation from other people is one of the most damaging and most lasting effects of bereavement, it can take may forms, even with family around you, you can still feel isolated. This is because you feel a need to withdraw from people, to hold back from close contact, they won't understand or appreciate your special grief. Bereavement may take control of your life away from you, but grieving starts to being it back again. From the start, bereavement, and then grief, place considerable strain no only on the resources of those closest to the person who has died, but also on those assistance is needed. Grief sometimes start before the death of the person who is loved, Jerzy wife.
He became inspired to learn how to fish and began to have the same urge to catch a fish. Throughout the journey, the fish, the stars, and the things from the sea became his brothers and his family. After coming a long way. At first having Manolin by his side kept Santiago reminded about youth and kept him happy. But even when the young boy left the old man, yea of course Santiago was devastated but he did not let that affect his mental determination.
Hamlet’s mother re-marring makes mourning his father’s death all the more difficult. He does not understand why his mother would re-marry so soon after the death of her husband; especially the fact that it’s to his uncle, Claudius. All of this has caused a lot of anger and sadness inside of Hamlet. All of his feelings have become unbearable and bottled up. He begins to lose control of his life.
Kino most likely is mad at the world for giving him hope and then utterly crushing it. At the end of the story Kino feels guilty, which is shown by stating that ”Kino’s hand shook a little, and he turned slowly to Juana and held the pearl out to her.” (Steinbeck, 89). Kino feels guilty because he killed Juana’s first child, which was very emotional for her. This is why Kino gives Juana the choice to throw the pearl or not because it might make her feel better. Kino has to overcome his internal conflicts, even if it takes him a long time.
Some people are selfish in such a way that affects only their own selves, but others’ selfishness can hurt those they care about. One of these such people is Brother in “The Scarlet Ibis”. In James Hurst’s “The Scarlet Ibis”, Brother is selfish and only teaches Doodle to walk to benefit himself. Brother is too engulfed in his selfish desire for a ‘better’ brother that he does not give Doodle a chance to rest. “I made him swim until he turned blue, and row until he couldn’t lift an oar.” This excerpt shows the reader how ruthless Brother is in the training he has set up for Doodle.
At times, Willy speaks aloud to his brother and even when re-living moments with Biff. Biff and Willy are obviously harboring ill feelings towards one another, but neither are willing to bring the reason into light. In Act II we discover Biff had discovered his father was having an extra-marital affair. Biff, already distraught over not graduating, was crushed. He idolized his father and could not believe he would do this to his mother.