The way Dominick remembers his childhood is feeling obligated to frequently rescue his brother from Ray's abuse. Ray was always much harder on Thomas as he felt he was a mamma's boy and had to be toughened up. "These days they called Ray's kind of 'toughening up' child abuse." (63) D... ... middle of paper ... ...realize that all they have is each other. Ray regrets not expressing love towards both his wife and his sons and vows to grow old with Dominick and be the best father he knows how to be for the remainder of his life.
Willy Loman tried his best to be a good father. He encouraged his sons, he worked all his life for them, and he tried to help them in any way he could. The only problem was, although his heart was there, Willy just wasn't a good father. Willy did his best to raise his sons, but tragically, the more he tried, the worse they became. Ultimately, Willy failed as a father, but he did try his best.
You think you will but you won't (Know)” These parts also contain what he wanted to say his father. He always got A, so we can know he did well in that Hellton Academy, and did not complain to his father. If I have a son, I am sure to say that I want a son like him. His life is his own, but not his father’s. Even though he did well in the play and study, his father did not know his endeavor just like these lyrics.
Being young as 10 years with stress wasn’t the ideal child hood. I love my father to death but by me choosing him over my own happiness I was miserable. He did not force me to go down the road I did but I wanted what my older brother had, I wanted my father’s attention. My father has always supported me in everthing I did or wanted to do but every child knows what their parents are really thinking of them. By me giving up on my passion of performing I gave up on myself and I be short of on being musically
The hope that his son would be a good person rather than an intelligent one with no soul pushed him to be harsh and cruel but overall, left his son with empathy, strength, a relationship with his father, and a connection with God and the world around him. In the final chapter, after Reb Saunders is finished talking to Reuven, he turns to his son. For the first time outside of services, Reb Saunders speaks to his son directly, without Reuven’s help. This is a big moment for their relationship and is a turning point where Danny sees that his father is making an effort at finally communicating with him. He also sees that his father finally knows that he is a good and empathetic person and is willing to trust him to go out in the world with inner strength and the knowledge of suffering.
As Jobs grew up and began school, his parents found that he was exceptionally bright. Jobs was also quite stubborn and confident. He only wanted to do things that interested him. His parents made him feel special and loved, but his adoption still left him with an independent spirit. His parents also influenced him in other ways.
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.
Wes (the author) has a family who wants to see him succeed. Although Wes didn’t know his father for long, the two memories he had of him and the endless stories his mother would share with him, helped guide him through the right path. His mother, made one of the biggest effects in Wes’s life when she decided to send him to military story, after seeing he was going down the wrong path. Perhaps, the other Wes’s mother tried her best to make sure he grew up to be a good person, but unfortunately Wes never listen. His brother, Tony was a drug dealer who wish he could go back in time and make the right decisions and he wanted Wes to be different than him.
I know from a secondary experience that what Robert L. Magginnis, the author the article is trying to communicate is inaccurate. My nephews never had a father around while growing up but did, in fact, have positive male role models. My dad, their Grandfather was always there to educate and support them as they slowly unfolded into young men. Anytime their mother had to work to support herself and her kids, my dad was there to step up and provide the time and attention they needed. They also had almost a step-father figure in their life to support them and raise them.
All of these findings enlighten us more to the character of Telemachus and his great father. We see that he is a young boy struggling to become a man without the needed guidance of his father. His mother is trying her best but must keep up an appearance to hold off the suitors as long as necessary. The way I view it at this point Telemachus has done all he can at this point and time and has finally gained strength and some additional courage to fight for his right at the throne. He holds his parents in high regards and will take whatever actions are necessary to keep them in high regards as well.