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Theme of Loneliness by Rodents and Males
Within the novel Of Rodents and Males by John Steinbeck and also the poem "Eleanor Rigby" by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, most of the figures are going through loneliness. When individuals feel lonely their method of lifestyle are very different then those of someone's who's not lonely or them if they weren't lonely. Also since they're lonely their actions are very different. They portray this both in the novel and also the poem.
The results of loneliness on individuals are displayed within the novel Of Rodents and Males with the character of Curley's Wife. As mentioned, when individuals feel lonely their actions and life-style may take a hit. Within the plot they reveal when it had not been for Curley's Wife's loneliness she might not have died the way in which she did. Because she's so lonely she goes to another males within the bunkhouse for company. When all the males won't spend some time together with her due to the response Curley is wearing this, she would go to the main one person around the ranch that they knows will speak with her, the psychologically retarded guy, Lennie. While speaking to him she asks him to feel her hair, that they does and this can lead to her dying by breaking her neck. Whether it wasn't for Curley's Wife's loneliness, she'd haven't attended Lennie for company and she or he wouldn't have left tomorrow for the reason that way. As this occur in the novel and you will find a lot of other lonely figures within the novel, for example Curley, Chocolate, Crooks and George ultimately, the theme from the novel Of Rodents and Males is loneliness and the requirement for buddies.
The affects of loneliness on individuals are displayed within the poem "Eleanor Rigby" with the figures of Eleanor Rigby and Father McKenzie. Through figurative language they reveal that Eleanor Rigby is extremely lonely which she never sees lots of people. They are saying "Waits in the window putting on a face that they keeps inside a jar through the door, who will it be for?Inch Through this they reveal that everyday she wears makeup, a face, that nobody might find because she's lonely. Also once they say "In which a wedding continues to be, she resides in an aspirationInch. This suggests that it's her dream to got married, yet she never has and most likely won't. Also with the character of Father McKenzie, they reveal that he's like Eleanor Rigby very lonely. They are saying "writing the language of the sermon, that nobody will hear, nobody comes near". This implies that due to his position within the chapel and the lifestyle, he does not have numerous buddies. His sermons are most likely not well crafted enough to help keep the interest of most of the people. Also maybe due to his position within the chapel, he scares individuals from becoming near to him. The theme of the poem is when Eleanor Rigby and Father McKenzie met each other, they wouldn't happen to be so lonely and Eleanor Rigby will not have only "been hidden together with her title".