How do composers show that belonging can emerge from connexions with people. topographic points and communities? In you answer. mention to your prescribed text and at least TWO related text of your ain choosing. An individual’s experience of credence and inclusion are required values in the human nature where one’s sense of belonging is an imperative factor. This could be created from connexions emerging between people. topographic points and communities where perceptual experience and thoughts of belonging or non belonging vary. This is shaped within the cultural. historical and societal context where the facets of belonging in footings of impressions of individuality. relationships. apprehension and credence are created. The nucleus text. The Crucible. a novel by Arthur Miller. related texts Aroma: The Story of a Murderer by Patrick Suskind and Rhapsody on a Windy Night. a verse form by T. S. Eliot. uncover the characters’ picks to belong and non to belong and the barriers which prevent a sense of belonging within the people. topographic points and communities.
The Crucible. set in 1692. focal points on the historical context of the witch-hunt occurred in Salem which is besides parallel to the McCarthyism epoch. where both period’s societal stableness was challenged. Miller used the Salem enchantress tests as a metaphor of the McCarthyism where he used the drama to knock America’s societal conformity and mass craze which links to Salem’s desire for power and domination through the societal craze. The drama shows that people frequently prey on those who are considered foreigners. peculiarly when the accuser is motivated by greed and fright. As Danforth demands the ‘truth’ from Mary Warren in Act 3. “Has he of all time threatened you? ” . indicates that he is seeking for the reply that will fulfill him. insulating Mary Warren’s reply perchance because she is a kid who is easy to pull strings. “But all organisation is and must be grounded on the thought of exclusion and prohibition. merely as two objects can non busy the same space” denotes the society extremely values the demand to be restricted and non single which shows the highly spiritual society they were lasting in. and were considered “heathens” if non believing God which already shows the ‘belonging’ that the people of the society is expected to follow.
This signifies that there was no individualism within this community and that alteration and differences were surely restricted from the society. When Tituba was threatened “you will squeal or I will flog you to death” and so comforted “we will protect you” connotates the apposition that is displayed in order to propose the dry state of affairs within the community and characters where the sense of belonging is expressed through the characters’ credence mode in such controlling manner. foregrounding all the connexions of people. topographic points and community used to show the emerging sense of belonging. Furthermore. Patrick Suskind’s Perfume: The Story of a Murderer reveals the supporter. Grenouille. as an castaway from society because of his superstitious sense of odor which links to the thought of ‘witchcraft’ as a barrier of belonging in The Crucible. With disaffection and hatred for humanity as the cardinal subject of the novel. the barriers that he face that prevents sense of belonging is represented through aroma. His superhuman sense of odor. his body’s deficiency of aroma and homicidal Acts of the Apostless he commits finally leads himself to be isolated from people. topographic points and community and with that. he begins to resent humanity. “An baby is non yet a human being ; it is a prehuman being and does non yet possess a to the full developed psyche. ”
Here. Father Terrier describes Grenouille as an baby. The intension of kid as subhuman already shows the barrier that prevents a sense of belonging which could besides propose how the environment of the society is presented in the text. “That call. emitted upon careful consideration. one might about state upon mature consideration. was the newborn’s determination against love and nevertheless for life. ” Suskind’s usage of personification gives the ‘cry’ human characteristics to impute powers of apprehension and will to a newborn which they could non perchance had. A newborn doing ‘mature’ considerations and determinations is ridicule. which makes the supporter seem more monstrous non merely to the audience but the community. Another comment that highlights Grenouille’s withdrawal from society is considered by the characters around him. “He was after all merely an learner. which was to state. a cipher. Strictly talking. he was less than a cipher. since a proper learner needed to be of immaculate i. e. . legitimate. birth. to hold relations of like standing. and to hold a certification of indentation. all of which he lacked. ”
The usage of repeat of ‘nobody’ is displayed to underscore his deficiency of humanity. his ugliness. his deficiency of desire for love. superstitious ability to smell and his name. which means toad. separates him from the remainder. Because of his deficiency of aroma. it is believed that Grenouille ne’er makes a existent connexion with another individual and that no one sees him as a homo. non even himself. Similarly. The Rhapsody on a Windy Night by T. S. Eliot besides demonstrates the protagonist’s disaffection from the people. topographic points and community through complex imagination. With regard to The Crucible and Perfume: The Story of a Murderer. the verse form reveals the isolation the supporter experience from the remainder through the deficiency of communicating and interaction between people. topographic points and communities through a midnight ‘stroll’ where his memories are triggered and considered as a walk for the concluding clip. “The street lamp sputtered. the street lamp muttered” shows the usage of personification of the street lamps to repeat the thought of solitariness and that he is estrangement towards the society.
It besides uses onomatopoeia and rime to make the beat of walking. making the ambiance of isolation. The street lamps could besides typify the exposure of memories which are triggered by what the supporter sees in the visible radiation of the lamp. Throughout the verse form. the lone communicating that is apparent is merely the street lamps and there’s besides a adult female who “hesitates towards him” . This non merely shows that there’s deficiency of communicating between the supporter and the universe. but besides that people around can non do necessary human contact. “I could see nil behind that child’s eye” conveys the antonym of kids who are portrayed as bright and guiltless characters but this could propose that even kids can no longer pass on.
“Every street lamp that I pass beats like a fatalistic drum” uses simile to show the accelerator for a sequence of ideas. memories and images traveling through the supporter as he passes each street lamp and besides could stand for hope in the dark scene. “As if the universe gave up the secret of its skeleton. stiff and white” supports the thought of giving up on the universe. therefore life. “Stiff and white” suggests that the universe has no goodness and no miracle and besides symbolizes the universe as hollow with no interior. flesh or psyche. This could imply the fact that the community is the barrier that prevents a sense of belonging as it’s decaying and there is no hope offered for it. This is accentuated in the last stanza where he “sleep. fix for life” . It could propose the hereafter. therefore decease. Through the impressions of deficiency of interaction. the composer demonstrates that sense of belonging or non to belong through the connexions between people. topographic points and communities.