A father like figure necessary in a child’s development. A bond a connection so admired and praised after, not always will love be given, filled with hatred and pain in one 's heart. The relationship with a father and a son will guide one through the rough, tough, and right from wrong. The author in, The kite runner uses the emotional relationship between father and son to reveal the necessity of a father like figure. Who needs this relation well we have Baba and Amir, Sohrab and Amir, Hassan and Sohrab.
Without the fatherly love and guidance only a father can provide, a child could easily feel lost and confused. No father raises his children the same way and each one applies his own teachings and beliefs. But one thing all fathers do have in common is that they love their children unconditionally. Mr. Malter chooses to openly show his love for Reuven, as does Mr. Merrit to his son, Billy. The book shows how much the two fathers openly care about their children.
Despite the conflict of intellect versus religion for him, Danny assumes that his father’s harsh upbringing is not in a cruel way, but is a part of his training as tzaddik. In the end of the book, Reb Saunders eventually confesses his reasons for forcing silence into Danny’s childhood. Instead of using it as a way to distance himself from his son and show a lack of love, Reb Saunders explains that his silence had intentions of Danny becoming empathetic and merciful. “[My father] taught me with silence. He taught me to look inside myself, to find my own strength, to walk around inside myself in company with my soul.
The man's role in his son's life shifts once Telemachus matures. However, Odysseus and Ulysses portray similar characteristics - their love for their crew and their determination in achieving goals. The man is a born leader; he shows leadership in raising his son, caring for his crew, and ultimately, in taking charge of his life. The poets acclaim men who have direction in life to strive and attain goals. Works Cited Homer.
Jim shows great love and care while constantly protecting Huck, even though Huck seems to be uncaring. He does not wish to see Huck in any pain or danger, and therefore keeps the truth away from Huck. When the pair finds the floating house with supplies, they also see a dead body. The reader notices that Jim is... ... middle of paper ... ...dult to serve as his father in order to guide him properly, which is the role Jim fulfills. Jim is one of the few positive influences that acts upon Huck, which makes him one of the most important guiding figures that Twain introduces to the novel.
The relationship also shows how a son’s purpose in life is to live up to his father’s standards and become a respectable and formidable knight or warrior. In all three stories, we learn how the relationship between the father and the son furthers the novels plot and context as we learn more about the socioeconomic culture in the middle ages. Both authors use the relationship between father and son to give more depth to their novels and to show the reader how life was in the middle ages. Through these novels can we see how relationships were in the middle ages and how proper debts were paid.
Just as Hassan is the primary juxtaposition for Amir, Rahim Khan is the primary juxtaposition for Baba. During Amir’s childhood, Rahim Khan is the fatherly, caring figure that Baba should have been. Rahim Khan encourages Amir’s writing and is the reason that Amir pursues writing in the end. However, this should have been Baba because it is a father’s job to always love his son unconditionally. Even more than this though, Rahim Khan also seems to be an all-knowing figure in the household.
A line has been drawn between the teachings of our fathers and their hard work to support the family. Children need to understand the importance of fathers and what they can learn from watching their fathers’ dedication to support the family. A good father puts his family first over his desires. Moral fathers provide what is best for their children no matter the consequences. Not all fathers are virtuous, but most are great fathers.
There is no greater bond then a boy and his father, the significant importance of having a father through your young life can help mold you to who you want to become without having emotional distraught or the fear of being neglected. This poem shows the importance in between the lines of how much love is deeply rooted between these two. In a boys life he must look up to his father as a mentor and his best friend, the father teaches the son as much as he can throughout his experience in life and build a strong relationship along the way. As the boy grows up after learning everything his father has taught him, he can provide help for his father at his old-age if problems were to come up in each others