Bigger can be described as an alienated character because he feels isolated from society and even his own kind. White folks cannot stand Negroes, especially the Bigger from the introduction of Book 1. Even the Negroes, including his family, are afraid of Bigger. He’s always by himself and commits his crimes al... ... middle of paper ... ...actions in Book 1 because towards the end he faces fear when he’s trapped in Mary’s room. He is afraid of the consequences he’ll face if Mrs. Dalton knows he’s there, so he makes the wrong move and smothers Mary’s face with a pillow.
Another victim of discrimination in Of Mice and Men is Cur... ... middle of paper ... ...as beaten, used as punching bag for the boss. His coworkers alienated him and thought less of him due to his hunchback and race. Curley’s wife was neglected by almost everyone, and was treated poorly by Curley. She wore reveling clothing, so many men called her names like “slut” or “flu flu.” She always felt lonely and distant from the rest. Lennie Small had a mental disability and couldn’t comprehend or remember things like an average person should been able to.
Helen finally falls in love with Percy Armitage who asks for her hand in marriage but Dr Roylott "offers no position to the match." This shows his selfish personality, he only cares for himself and not his stepdaughter's happiness. He hangs about with criminal gypsies but he is in fact worse than the gypsies. "He has a baboon and cheetah which wonder freely over his grounds" This shows his weird, strange hard character. He is also quite a bully because Helen says, "for a long time we did all the work of the house" They had to do this because all the servants were afraid of being employed by him "No servants would stay with us".
All costumers are immersed in their own activities.” (Sa’dallah, 10). This quotation shows that people are careless about important issues around them and that they got used to see people dying around them, so they didn’t react that much when the man died. This shows how Wannous is expressing the reality of the Arab world. Not paying attention to such important eventful situations doesn’t only mean that people are only running away from reality, but it also means that they are busy with useless things that are not productive and waste their time. In The King’s Elephant, the theme is based on betrayal.
He is also feeling self pity, his father has to rem... ... middle of paper ... ...els guilt for failing as a parent, his lack of kindness toward the creature has resulted in turning it into a monster and he recognises this. By playing God and creating life in the first place caused Victor Frankenstein’s character to change, he ignored his fiancé and was able to use human parts in a way, which most normal people couldn’t bear to. Later the deaths of William and Justine, which were a direct result of Victor’s actions, caused further guilt despair sorrow and self-loathing. He feels isolated, as he knows the whole tragedy is of his making. Mary Shelley never managed to fit into her natural place in society and she didn’t succeed in being a famous radical like her parents were.
In Strangers on a Train, I think Guy is guilty because he wanted Miriam dead. On the other hand, guilt is the one thing that weakens Bruno. The audience sees, in the senator’s house in party meeting, when Bruno saw Barbara he felt guilty and confused because Barbra was similar to Miriam when she has her glasses on. In general, both Guy and Bruno fluctuates between guilt and innocence, especially Bruno because he did not get any benefit, because Guy he refused to kill Bruno father, even though he killed Miriam and finally he also died. In this film, there are signs of possible homosexuality in Bruno.
People bring consequences on themselves when they make bad decisions and have bad desires. Invisible prisons are depicted in Grendel, by John Gardner, and in “Th’ Assyrians’ King, in Peace with Foul Desire”, by Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey. King Hrothgar feels like he is locked up with no escape through Grendel’s torturing and the Assyrian King also feels trapped. They both bring it on themselves and do not appreciate the consequences that come with their faults. In Grendel, Hrothgar feels tortured by Grendel because all of his warriors and people are being killed slowly by Grendel.
The creature was tired of being treated poorly from human beings because of what he looked like so he took revenge on Victor for creating him. In this case, Victor 's reputation and whole life had fallen from heaven to hell. The people who Victor loved and cared for significantly are gone all due to the Creature 's behaviour. Victor went from being an enlightened individual to ending up lost on a boat, then dying, in search for the Creature to have it gone for good. Although the Creature is tragic, he is not as tragic as Victor
Victor’s self-centered behavior effects everyone in the novel; he hurts his family’s feelings, he lets those that he loves die, and abandons his own creation. Even the creature couldn’t have committed such horrible acts before the effects of society’s rejection.
Stacey then has to face the humiliation of getting whipped by his mama in front of his class. As usual, TJ doesn't own up to his own and obviously Stacey 'wouldn't tell on ole TJ' because TJ would deny it anyways. TJ is not only thoughtless, he is also quite sly and knows how to get what he wants. This is shown when he teases Stacey about his new coat ... ... middle of paper ... ...he night men come and throw the Averys to the ground, and TJ is beaten up again. Here, we feel genuine sympathy for TJ in the end of the novel, as he is left in jail awaiting trial, with a broken jaw and broken ribs.