Huck is a social outcast because he has been out on his own and reared from a drunken father and no mother. Huck experiences that social conventions inhibit personal growth. As a general rule, society has accepted depravity and immorality from some of its members while rejecting others because of their brand of depravity and immorality. Huckleberry Finn didn’t have a father to look after him, therefore he did not have all of the knowledge he was supposed to for the real world. Instead, he lived with the Widow Douglas.
She doesn't have a comfortable home and has a world of uncert... ... middle of paper ... ...e easy life, because one family had more money than the other. Eddie got to be a councillor and Mickey a redundant worker. In conclusion, Willy Russell demonstrates class difference through out his play by using two equal boys and putting them in different house holds. Their lives change dramatically because of their class, each of them are treated differently just because of wealth and status. Mickey and Edward's lives are partly ruled by fate, they have little power to change their lives, and their characters are trapped by social circumstances.
Willy was not a good father because he focused too much on his career and his false dreams and ignored his family. Since he was always away on business trips he never really got to know his sons well. His love for his ... ... middle of paper ... ..., wrong." (Miller 138) The Loman's are all an example of what life is like if you continually live in a dream world and never train yourself for anything. Ben and his father are the exceptions in the Loman family.
Even though he is a common man he fails to live up to the standards of being a tragic hero because he never accepts nor admits to his own errors. He, therefore, loses his dignity. One of his biggest errors is his failure of be a good father. Willy Loman’s character is capable of making errors. He believes he is a very successful salesman and well liked.
Although Rick has his down sides and so does Odysseus, neither one of them show significant qualities of a true hero. When Rick first is going to Hamunaptra he realizes he just wants treasure, which would be considered as greed. While Odysseus just wants to get home to his wife, Penelope, he has not one life of his men on his mind. While Odysseus shows many heroic qualities, Rick is the superb hero, Rick is not only courageous and caring, and he is also loving. Odysseus and Rick have many similarities, yet many differences.
In The Other America by Michael Harrington, Harrington argues that world only knows one part of America because no one including the government care for the poor people, to the government the poor people are separated and invisible to everyone else. The are two types of Americans, the poor America and the rest of America. The lower class of America are the unseen people of America, who need help from the government. They need everyone to see them, to stop being isolated from the rest of America and finally be noticed by the government. Harrington writes "The poor still inhabit the miserable housing in the central area, but they are increasingly isolated from contact with, or sight, of anybody else."
The problem of unemployment leads to all the other problems. Without employment the people have no money so they have to live in shanty towns where the crime, facilities, violence and cleanliness are all at a much worse standard than in the rich areas.
One seemingly well off and content with his life, the other outwardly miserable. Because the people on the pavement hold Richard Cory in such high esteem he becomes an outcast within their society. Miniver Cheevy has done nothing society has told him to therefore he is society’s outcast. Neither of theses characters are accepted in their own life and neither can face another day. They both have a need to escape the present, they choose to do this in different ways, Richard Cory takes his life, and Miniver Cheevy drinks and pretends he is a knight in medieval times.
He felt out of place when he tried being "sivilized" because he grew up fending for himself and to him it felt really lonely. Huck Finn grew up living in the woods and pretty much raised himself because his pap was a drunk. He never had a civilized lifestyle and he believed that his way of living was good enough for him. He was free to do what ever he liked and that is how he learned to live. He did not believe in school because all you need to know to live is not found in a book that you read at school.
These special classes of rural people neither have technical skill nor have the proper education so that they can manage a job in the urban formal sector. As a result of that they ultimately join in the urban informal labour market. This again in turn reduces the labour absorbing capacity of that sector too.