His motive to win the battle against her or the motive to actually try to cure her? Her beauty is an unconscious weapon to tempt the medic while her ignorance shields her from the truth. They thought it would help her. He was affiliated with Passaic General Hospital, where he served as the hospital's chief of pediatrics from 1924 until his death. Her tongue was cut so she shrieked hysterically. This gilt can be applied to the wheels of the hearse or to a small portion of the poem, if so desired, by the poet without over-embellishment. The man reveals difficulties separating two different tasks. Plot End Resolution- The resolution is basically the way she jumps out of her fathers hands to attack the doctor after he found out the secret about her throat.
The doctor looks things over and finds that all of them are very nervous and looking at him doubtfully. The child though is unappreciative, hostile, to the doctor's help. Based on his reaction to being called a nice man and his reaction to the stubbornness from the little girl, we can infer that he is a very hostile and vigorous. This theme may not be general but through the story it was build up firmly. Furthermore, as any normal person would feel, the doctor enjoyed the feeling of insane anger towards the child. Williams included several of Ginsberg's letters in Paterson, stating that one of them helped inspire the fifth section of that work.
The parents looked at him distrustfully. An editor will review the submission and either publish your submission or provide feedback. We know he loves his daughter because during the check up, he doesn't even offer or try to restrain her. There were many sick persons around. Saving the young girl through inappropriate manners saves a life although it destroys a reputable career.
He finds that she has a sore throat and is suffering from diphtheria. The father tried his best, and he was a big man but the fact that she was his daughter, his shame at her behavior and his dread of hurting her made him release her just at the critical times when I had almost achieved success, till I wanted to kill him. She said that they were killing her. Check out his Tony Soprano-style Jersey accent. You're old enough to understand what I'm saying. The doctor takes matters into his own hands when the girl refuses to open her mouth. The doctor asked if she had a sore throat.
This is another short piece that takes the most banal of communications—a note left on the refrigerator—and turns it into a poem. Mother: She is a flat character because in the story we only see her as being embarrassed and caring; her character is underdeveloped. She can be classified also as a static character because she never changes during the story. . He just wants to look at her throat because she may have diphtheria and die of it.
At the beginning of the decade ,modernism was a revolution of style. No doubt it would have been better. He was buried in Hillside Cemetery in. She fights him off and all attempts to cajole her into compliance fail. It is his social responsibility. He is reliable because no matter how disturbing of a character he is, he is telling the truth, and he is not bias nor does he act bias in the story. So the doctor wants to take a look at her throat first.
He wants to tear the child and enjoy it. Upon leaving Penn, Williams did internships at both and Child's Hospital in New York before going to for advanced study of pediatrics. Why do you think the girl kept the truth about her throat a secret? She has had a fever for three days. On next attempt he grasps the child's head and tries to get the wooden depressor into her mouth. This little dude packs a wallop.
His determination to find out the problem with the girl, and the anger he had from her ignorance, resulted him to use some force when it came to opening up the girls mouth. Summary: The Use of Force, a short story by William Carlos Williams published in 1938 depicts the story of two characters in confrontation. An analysis can be done by determining the correlation amongst characters and this theme. We're going through with this. Mother: The issue with her daughter is frustrating her and she is also embarrassed by how rude her daughter is acting towards the doctor. However, in 1922, the year it was published, the appearance of 's became a literary sensation and overshadowed Williams's very different brand of poetic.
So the doctor warns that if she does not open by herself, he will have to open it forcefully for her. Williams sought to invent an entirely fresh and uniquely American form of poetry whose subject matter centered on everyday circumstances of life and the lives of common people. She is the reason for the instability and turmoil in the story since she is not willing to cooperate. I forced the heavy silver spoon back of her teeth and down her throat till she gagged. I had to do it. For example, he gives to the reader various real and imagined images, such her moving about in negligee behind closed doors, or her going about her daily affairs, that are at once…. The sick child nearly clawed the doctor's eyes.
But the conflict between doctor and parents is psychological. They have had a number of cases diphtheria in the child's school. Don't call me a nice man to her. He practiced medicine by day and wrote at night. The parents concentrate on the immediate pain without thinking the consequences of the deadly diseases. Why do you think the doctor behaves the way he does during the course of the story: is it just impatience or is it something more? At the following events they are more hopeless, defeated, weak, but she rises to greater heights of anger. This defiance in turn dries up the patience and initial good humor of the doctor.