The Emotional Instability Of A Victim- An Interpretation Of ‘Turtles All The Way Down’.
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2293-2306
Abstractand dives significant into the mind of the youngster Aza Holmes. Various things happen in Aza's life and the guideline point of convergence of the book is on her internal fight. We consume most of this story inside Aza's mind. Aza has a nearest buddy called Daisy. The story opens in the optional school cafeteria when Aza is experiencing a "Thought Spiral" as she calls it. Life is going on in the cafeteria as her buddy endeavours to partake in conversation; anyway Aza is trapped in her special contemplations. Aza is desolately lost supposedly and Daisy shares a sharp brain and a reverence for Applebee's. Daisy is overflowing with enthusiasm always and relationship, while Aza isn't. Aza and Daisy at the same time enhance and upset each other. The article below gives some idea about the emotional instability of a woman. All the difficulties and hardships that she has suffered in her life is portrayed and it is further analyzed on the basis of how the victim look for self identity. Society has not always stood for mentally disturbed people. Even though there are many associations and organizations for helping them, these people are still neglected by everyone. It is so rare that one gives a helping hand for people who are mentally not stable. Mental illness is common and widespread. It is not something that comes to only one person. Through this article, the emotional instability of a character named Aza is put forth and how she manages to live her life with all these things happening behind her mind is shown.
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