Darling 3events take place during only the beginning of Pip’s life, the events that happen to him and emotional stress that he goes through are an excellent example of the type of events that are heartbreaking throughout someone’s life. Even by the last few pages Pip still has the hope to be loved by others in his life, again overturning Doyle’s claim.To round off this point, one may simply consider how the author’s statement holds up against real life. Logically, if someone was to be with others their entire life, then even through the most devastating of times, that person will not suddenly become isolated from others. Even as others may leave that person’s life, there will always be more to enter. It simply does not makesense for someone to become utterly alone.In “Joyas Voladoras”, Brian Doyle makes strong arguments to support his conclusion that“We are utterly open with no one in the end – not mother or father, not wife or husband, not lover, not child, not friend.” While the points he present are legitimate, a closer and deeper inspection of the examples used and a look at other notable literature disproves this claim. It is not only untrue that we will be alone in the end, but it is also logical that there will be others there with us.