Mr. Joe Keller seems to be an exception in this play; He will go through a lot of trouble to benefit others, especially his family. Joe displays so much love for his family through his affection for his son Chris. Chris and Joe have an amazing bond that lies deep within them. The respect and love they hold for one another is unmatched by other characters, and seem to be hard to divide. Although Chris is Joes’ son, Joe also has many other “sons” the men that fought in the war, these too are his children yet he deceives them.
Question: “And so I mourn him-I admit it-with a certain…alarm'; How does Arthur Miller expect us to react to the death of Eddie Carbone? In your opinion, does he succeed? Eddie Carbone, the family guy, not wanting any trouble, just wanting his niece, in more ways than one. Eddie was a family man, he kept his home nice and he looked after all his family and friends, there was a great respect for him and he was loved by many. Even the people against him, had to love him.
This is just one of the many examples of father and sons emotions. Here his attitude to his characters is coloured by his admiration for the rare person who does not walk away from problems and who can face them without compromising. This play is about a man called Joe Keller who is really the main character he is a man who loves his family above all else, and has sacrificed everything including his honour, in his struggle to make the family rich. He is now sixty-one He has lost one son in the war, and is keen to see his remaining son Chris marry. Chris wants to marry Ann, who is the X fiancee of his brother Larry.
He thought success comes in the form of luck rather than hard work. He admits “that man was a genius” (Miller 22). He idolized him but also hated him for his lifestyle at the same time. He was jealous. He believed he should be living the same life but instead he lived the horrid realities of his life.Willy made a lot of mistakes in his life which set the tone to all of the relationships he encountered throughout his life.
Hurtful Love and Foolish Hope in Death of a Salesman A father is an important role model in a young man's life; perhaps the most important. A father must guide his children, support them, teach them, and most importantly, love them. In the play Death of a Salesman, written by Arthur Miller, an aging salesman of 63, Willy Loman worked all his life for his children. Happy and especially Biff, his two sons, where his pride and joy and his reason for living. Willy tried as hard as he possibly could to provide for them, to support them, to mold them into men; but he failed.
Keller believes he has an ultimate duty to his family. He believes he is to set a good example and provide for his family in return for love and devotion from them. He loves his family so much so that he is blind to what he has done wrong. ‘Keller [as though throwing his whole nature open before Chris] : How could I kill anybody?’. Keller is a very business orientated man who believes that there is nothing bigger than the relationship between a... ... middle of paper ... ... him for being able to ‘scheme’ his way out of trouble.
His name represents a lot in his community and brings pride back home. He is a caring family man, Beatrice usually gives in to his dema... ... middle of paper ... ...he cruel reality of the society. Being an uncle, the level of incest is not as strong compared to father and daughter relationship. The gap between illegal family laws is smaller creating a stronger temptation for Eddie which makes his incestuous feeling difficult to ignore. And after all "Eddie was never meant to have a destiny" Eddie has lost everything, his family, his confidence in the community, friends etcetera.
He might have failed many times but he never gave up. That’s what made him a great leader. He was born on March 31, that’s when the man of courage was born. As he grows up, he had to face struggles and hardships. His family had a house, but it was cheated from them by their untrustworthy lawyer that lied to them.
Take Atticus Finch for example, the father of Scout and Jem, a highly regarded lawyer, and an active citizen of Maycomb; what would the world be like without men like Atticus? Many consider Atticus to be a moral hero to readers and a model of integrity for lawyers. Although Atticus Finch is a highly respectable and kind-hearted man, he has several flaws as a character which diminish him as a true hero of the novel. As a father Atticus strives to always tell his children the truth, he does not believe that anything should be hidden from them. Atticus is very humble in the sense that he allows his children to call him by his first name, he believes that they are his equal and doesn’t want them to think he is above them, his humbleness however is never taken as softness.
Charley was content with his life. His son was happily married with two sons. His job was going great. Willy on the other hand was scared of life itself. He lied to his family and Charley about everything.