By placing his character Krebs back at home after the war, Hemingway is able to set up the post war tone of despair and nostalgia to shows Krebs’ unhappiness of being home from war and difficulty adjusting to society. Krebs is caught somewhere in the mix of his former life, his life in the military, and his new life at home. The “Soldier's Home” illustrates the misfortune and struggles that of a soldier return home. Hemingway gives his readers the tools in order to interpret the story and make it a more personal connection. He captivates his audience as they are somehow able to relate to this tragedy.
Amir’s redemption is a large part of the novel and is carried out almost entirely until the end of the story. He travels to rescue Hassan’s son, Sohrab, from the orphanage he was placed in after the death of his parents. He promises to find him a safe home with someone but after time passes he feels like this is not enough. He then speaks to his wife and decides to take Sohrab back to the United States with him and take care of his as if he was one of his own. Earlier in the novel when Baba is speaking Amir over hears his conversation as he is referring to him stating, “A boy who won 't stand up for himself becomes a man who can 't stand up to anything” (Hosseini, 22).
She was upset but she doesn't want to leave him because she have a child to take care of. The amount of respect that she have for the family is enormous. Overall, Rose is preventing the future from come back to her family so she told her son to go to his dad funeral. Troy had see many negative influence that lead him to believe the world isn’t changing. From the disappointment in the sport industry to a broken family.
Therefore, if he denies Hermia her happy marriage, she will live in sadness, which will have a similar effect on him. It is unlike most parents to let their children undergo suffering if it will last many years in marriage. Instead, Egeus insists that Hermia should marry Demetrius, although Hermia does not have feelings for him. His actions show that her father is foolish to the extent that he is willing to ruin her life. In fact, Egeus gives ultimatums to her daughter that she would rather die or be a Nan if she fails to comply with his demands.
More over her character is further developed through her interactions with Robbie from the letters she sends him. The reader feels that Cecilia is idle at the start of the novel. She goes to her home however she is not enjoying her stay and her family does not seem to enjoy her company She expects everyone to be pleased to see her and involve her in things, yet her times seems empty. Even her mother does not pay attention to her; this might be because of Cecilia's decision to go to Cambridge to try and pursue a career. Her mother holds the idea that women are supposed to look for a good husband, thus she wants her daughter to be a realistic product of the low regard in which girls were held during those times.
Everyone assumes Susan and her husband, Matthew, are the perfect couple who have made all the right choices in life but when Susan packs her youngest children off too school and discovers that her husband has been having etramartial affairs, she begins to question the life decisions she has made. Susan embarks on a journey of self-discovery that ultimately becomes a descend into madness. Susan chooses to isolate herself from her own family. Unlike Susan, the woman in “The Yellow Wallpaper” initially wants contact and interaction with people but is denied it by her husband. The woman thinks she would be better off being a part of the community, interacting with others.
With the start of her life, till the time she was first married off, Nanny tells her how to live her life but she is looking out for Janie. Nanny picked her first husband Logan, who Janie quickly realizes he is the type of man she does not want to be with. She wants to be in love, and to not be looked at as almost a slave. Even though Jody looked like a man who could give her what she wanted, she also realized that she did not want to be looked at like an object. Which lastly leaves Tea Cake, a younger man who looked at Janie as a prize but did not read her like Jody did.
In the story, “The Bride comes to Yellow Sky”, Potter reluctantly overcame his fear of what others were going to say about him bringing his new wife to Yellow Sky with him. On the other hand, Eveline was also close to being able to live her life, but she thought about the sake of her mother’s request to take care of her father and brother while she is dead. She knew that this would conclude to her not wanting to leave her family behind. Though both of them both had the same perspective about how others perceived them, Eveline saw what others were doing and thought she wanted to do it also. She saw that around her age, her peers were running off to get married and she knew that Jack would be the perfect person for her to marry and start a family with.
They thought Edna was going to finally be free and live a happy life the way she wants to live it not the way society told her to live it, but she didn’t. Before Edna died she was thinking about her old life “She thought of Leonce and the children. They were a part of her life. But they need not have thought that they could possess her, body and soul.”(XXXIX pg 121). Edna’s husband and children are the people part of the old Edna.
All of other soldier found their place once returning, except Harold, who spent the majority his time sleeping late, reading books, playing pool, walking, and watching the girls. This attitude towards life makes his parents worried. As Johnston points out, “Mrs. Krebs voices the same blind faith and presents the same conventional ambitious for her son which is a good job and marriage to a girl. Thus, Krebs finds no tranquility on the home front and needs to find himself as a consequence his family trying to help him join the society and to become a productive citizen, from the other Krebs rejecting the values that are vastly common in his home