In the story Romeo and Juliet by, William Shakespeare this statement is proven right.
The characters Romeo and Juliet fall in love and marry but they didn't think what could happen.
Also in the story Night the main character is Elie Wiesel whom is also the author.
Mass-produced colour photolithography on paper for Toy Theatre; Romeo and Juliet (background and surroundings removed) by Wikipedia.
After reading and understanding his model of the growth of children’s sense of self, I saw an impact on Elie’s story from different stages in his life. “Children” is a word to describe a young person who has not lived long.
While reading Night, there are many things to focus on, but from a psychoanalytical view the effects of looking at psychological types and principles present throug... This word can also refer to a person’s mental capacity and level for example to say “that was a childish thing to do”.
There has been a lot of research on children development regarding their psychological manors.
One psychoanalytical critic is Sigmund Freud and his structural model of the psyche. This reference gives a youthful and hopefully outlook on the lucky few that will live to see another day outside the walls of hell.
This quote by Duff Brenna, "All literature shows us the power of emotion, It is emotion, not reason, that motivates characters in literature." To me means that it is emotion that affects characters in literature not reason or thought.
I Agree with this statement because many stories characters do what they feel is right not what is logically right.