An Analysis Of 'Those Winter Sundays'

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In “Those Winter Sundays,” a man bring to attention the remembrance of his father, how his father demonstrated love to him through is behavior. Precisely, the speaker recalls that his father wakes up early on Sunday morning to light up the furnace fire and also wake his son up to dress up when the house is a little bit warm. The speaker’s father make it one of his duties to polish his son’s shoe to go to church, teaching his son that he is very interested in his moral upbringing. The word “Chronic angers” in line nine put to mind the pictures of how the speaker’s father is a good and hardworking man. And “Then with cracked hands that ached, from labor in the weekday weather made banked fires blaze” in line three, four and five talks of how…show more content…
The father makes an endeavor to do his duties as a father to his son, even during the vigorous time of the season. The father of the speaker being a good father only wakes up his son only when the room is heated up. Despite the fact that his hand is in bad shape due to the physical work he does during the week, he still wakes up very early to polish the good shoes of his son to go to church. The moral upbringing of his son is very important to him, so he focuses more on his son moral values by teaching him moral manners. However, the father of the speaker was never appreciated for all his hard work, love and…show more content…
The father of the speaker advise him to be wise in making decisions in life, and that he can live his life wisely in all manners of life. The father want the best out of his son and advice his son to live life to the fullest, as if each one may be his last one. The poem tell us that there is consequences in every decision you make in life. While “Those Winter Sundays” is the regret a son pass through for been ignorant of his father sacrifice for him to live a better
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