Tom favors his father’s passion for freedom from the overstretching, imposing will of his mother, but Tom also differs in that he can not justify the abandonment of his sister without insuring his sister’s well being. Amanda is leading Tom to leave home in much the same way as his father did; she even compares the two. Amanda says, “More and more you remind me of your father! He was out all hours without explanation! – Then left!
She was upset but she doesn't want to leave him because she have a child to take care of. The amount of respect that she have for the family is enormous. Overall, Rose is preventing the future from come back to her family so she told her son to go to his dad funeral. Troy had see many negative influence that lead him to believe the world isn’t changing. From the disappointment in the sport industry to a broken family.
Minerva finds herself forgiving without truly seeing that her husband is sorry. She used marriage as a way out from her undesirable life, yet her married life still carries the same characteristics. And so, without fighting for a satisfactory life she settles with the hand she is dealt. 5 Furthermore, Sally, an innocent friend of Esperanza, tries to escape her father’s cruel beatings through marriage, but her circumstances do not change, her husband still treats her as her father has in the past. “ He won’t let her talk on the phone.
He is not willing to speak up to say that he is her husband, because he would miss out on the pleasure that he gets when he sees her alone or when he hears people talking about her. Chillingworth likes seeing the bad things happen to Hester because she has a child w... ... middle of paper ... ...end Chillingworth spends his whole life seeking revenge. He dies and never gets the family he yearns for. He gives all his money to Pearl for the reason that she never hurts him, and she is the family he could have had. He doesn’t give any money to Hester because she wrongs him, and he still holds a grudge.
Tom sometimes thinks he is stuck with the burden with taking care of his family, when he could be out living his own life. He is constantly arguing with his mother, Amanda. She always has something to say no matter what Tom does. In his heart, Tom truly cares for his sister. He wants her to be happy and lead a good life.
They get a taxi to drive around town. Jake puts his arm around her, and Brett says, "Oh Jake, we could have had such a damned good time together." Jake replies, "Yes, isn't it pretty to think so?" And that’s how the book ends.
Return To Babylon - Analysis "He would come back some day; they couldn’t make him pay forever. But he wanted his child, and nothing was much good now, beside that fact. He wasn’t young any more, with a lot of nice thoughts and dreams to have by himself. He was absolutely sure Helen wouldn’t have wanted him to be so alone." The final paragraph in the story shows how much Charlie loved his daughter, and how much he needs her to complete his life.
house and filed a restraining order against him. Pat is adamant that his ex-wife is still in love with him and becomes agitated and irritated when his parents dissuade him from contacting her and told him to move on with his life. He believes that if he gets his old teaching job and deals with his disorder without taking any medication, his ex-wife Nikki will take him back. He is determined to win back the affections of his ex-wife, which could be mistaken for positivity if it was not the fact that he is unable to entertain the idea that his ex-wife Nikki may never get back with him; he also gets extremely emotional when the people around him tell him that she may not want him back. Everything he does is oriented around getting back together
He even applies this to his family, as illustrated near the beginning. His younger brother, having only obtained an appointment in the Railway Division, is labeled a failure by his family and avoided at all costs. Ivan Ilyich’s relationship with his wife is also of particular interest. He seems fairly happy while a newlywed, but becomes quite annoyed with his wife for creating “distasteful and ill-mannered scenes” (Tolstoy 56; ch. 2) around the time of her pregnancy.
When Hamlet meets the ghost he realizes it’s actually... ... middle of paper ... ...ent on men and sweet and innocent. When Ophelia follows her father demands for her to stop seeing Hamlet, she agrees immediately. Although she is in love with Hamlet and it breaks her heart to not be with him anymore she still obeys her father. When Polonius wants use her as bait to spy on Hamlet for King Claudius, she does exactly what she's told and still doesn’t question her family motives. We witness Ophelia dependent on men quality since she is not married she has to live by her father's rules.