Gregor 's family was ignorant to his feelings, his sister did not even realize that Gregor was trying to hold on to a piece of his human feelings. Gregor Samsa was a tragic case and example of a man that lost everything. He lost his job, family, and most important he lost his
This leads Creon to get enraged at his son and his mind is still set on executing Antigone. Haimon responds by saying “Not here, no: She will not die here, King... ... middle of paper ... ...herself from suffering. However, this wasn’t the case with Creon because his entire family perished right before his eyes and he has no way to relief his pain. Thus, Creon is the tragic character of the play due to his everlasting grief caused by his flawed personality. In conclusion, Creon is the tragic character of Antigone because of his pride which caused him never ending agony by the end of this tragedy.
He is viewed as an awful person. This life event shaped Tom’s identity. He gave up hope after being convicted and changed as a person. People treated him even worse. His wife could not get a job, because she was connected to him.
Holden especially has a true resentment towards his parents that is caused by Allies death. In 1946, Holden 's little brother Allie died and his world crumbled, putting him into an angry and depressed state of mind. Caulfields parents made the situation much worse, by practically getting rid of Holden and sending him to a boarding school. This proves that they did not want to deal with him, and ultimately wanted him out to mask some of their problems. This becomes a very strong reason that proves Holden 's hatred for his parents.
In Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe Okonkwo’s relationship with his father affects all of his actions. In his childhood, Okonkwo was exposed to ignominy because his father, Unoka, was not respected by the rest of Umuofia, the village they lived in. In adulthood, Okonkwo’s shame grows with him and with the shame comes a fear of being like his father. He spends his whole life avoiding acting like his father and ultimately fails in his death. Okonkwo became ashamed of his father in childhood and this shame affected his behaviour throughout his life and ultimately lead to him dying in similar circumstances to his father.
He creates monster that is responsible for the death of his good friend and his beloved wife. Because of the horrible news of the death of Victor’s wife, Victor’s father dies. Another important character is the monster. The monster’s life is also sad. Because of his appalling appearance, humans are afraid of him, so he is forced to be alone.
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.
All of the problems that faced Victor and the misery it caused his family was all due to his choice to abandon his creation when it needed him most. His personal failures as a human being causes the deaths of his friends and family who were completely innocent. Frankenstein’s failure to make any competent decisions lead to his life of misery and constant failure. Not even Walton is innocent of this. Walton’ naiveté and grief caused him to turn his back on the creation, who wants nothing more than to have a companion, just like Walton.
Hamlet's anger leads to a change in his view regarding Gertrude since he loses his mother-son connection with her. By believing that Gertrude played a part in the death of his father, Hamlet develops a solid hatred for Gertrude which shapes his overall behaviour. Hamlet believes that the act of Gertrude having part in the death of his father cannot be due to her love for Claudius since she has lived major... ... middle of paper ... ...imes of her life. Hamlet’s hatred for Ophelia after the loss of love between them led to Hamlet not being part of Ophelia’s life, but being the cause of her death. Hamlet’s hatred for both Ophelia and Gertrude comes to an end only by the result of both their deaths.
He lost it and killed the Wellington, which goes to show he isn’t very stable and when things don’t go the way he wants he loses himself. When Christopher goes for his night walk and finds Wellington stabbed with pitchfork and Mrs. Shears runs out to see this Father struggles with what he’s done and what Christopher saw before punching the police officer. Father struggles with the loss of his wife to an affair which causes him to date Mrs. Shears. The motive behind it being that Mother and Mr. Shears are together and to get back at the Mrs. Shear and he are together also. The entire situation is very messy and not handled in a good