Gregor Samsa is a man who is willing to sacrifice himself for the family to maintain an unstable equilibrium. He perceives accomplishment whenever the family members satisfy with his work. Unlike Grete, Gregor borns with a little talents therefore he subconsciously attempting to earn reputations. He places himself in a harsh condition so that family can perceive him as a responsible and caring member of the family. Moreover, he is a man with a great empathy toward others, wanting his family to live with a minimum struggles as possible.
Therefore, In Charles Dicken's novel "Great Expectations", the title plays a significant role due to Pip's struggle with the fact he cannot live for himself, but rather is focused on living up to standards placed on him and others. First, Pip has great expectations Joe. At the beginning of the novel, Pip expects Joe to be a fatherly figure, and protect him from Mrs. Joe and Pip "looking up to Joe in [his] heart" (Dickens 86). Joe and Pip are friends and rely on one another to survive their home life by warning one another when Mrs. Joe "went on the rampage" . However, after Pip receives his benefactor and money, he expects Joe to be a different person than himself.
However, as I continued reading the story about his hardship, I quickly realized that there is not just one way to be right. While his ways were somewhat antiquated, they were nonetheless effective. I can even identify with Troy?s character as he reminds me of my dad and how protective he was of my sister and I. I would like to believe that we are now better off because of the way he handled us. While I often questioned my dad?s motives, I now understand why he did the certain things he did. Troy?s family will eventually realize that he only wishes the best for them.
In conclusion, B.S. Field Jr.’s analysis is an interesting take on Willy Loman’s affect on his sons, as a crime requiring punishment, but it does not go far enough to see all the implications of his crime or depth of his crime. Not only has he corrupted both his sons, he has only gifted suffering to his wife all in a vain attempt to be a successful well liked man who is treated better than others, without earning their respect. Due to everything his family has went through over the years, Willy Loman’s crime will extend past his life through his children who share his defects and through the pain his wife can’t escape.
Troy's Battle with Anger in August Wilson's Fences Conflicts and tensions between family members and friends are key elements in August Wilson's play, Fences. The main character, Troy Maxon, has struggled his whole life to be a responsible person and fulfill his duties in any role that he is meant to play. In turn, however, he has created conflict through his forbidding manner. The author illustrates how the effects of Troy's stern upbringing cause him to pass along a legacy of bitterness and anger which creates tension and conflict in his relationships with his family. Troy?s relationship with his father was one, which produced much tension, and had a strong influence on Troy?s relationships with his loved ones as an adult.
Over all in general helping other is also a good thing to do and can help someone gain good morals and values. Which is another thing Sheppard wanted for his son even though he might not have shown it in that way. He tried to show his love in the best way he knew how to which was trying to get Norton over his mother’s death and get him back into his normal life. Even though it may not seem like Sheppard was the best father ever he still tried his best which makes him a good father. However, this makes Sheppard seem bad because he is not allowing his son to mourn the death of his mother.
Most drivers can be categorized according to their driving personality: road-rage drivers, overly-cautious drivers, and lawful drivers. Road-rage drivers channel their anger and other negative emotions into the way they drive. Moreover, these drivers choose to let personal issues in their lives affect them on the road. Road-rage drivers are labeled as inconsiderate because they drive recklessly and endanger the well-being of others. Furthermore, they choose to not care about the consequences of their irresponsible driving methods.
Of course, after transforming into a bug had become much more difficult than what he was expecting, he still did what he possibly could of done to accomplish a better life for his family. In more depth of Gregor’s support towards his family, Kafka emphasizes the importance of family: “Anyway, I haven 't completely given up that hope yet. Once I’ve got together the money to pay off the parents’
The book shows how much the two fathers openly care about their children. Reb Saunders also loves his son, Danny, so much, but he chooses to express his love through his authoritative actions. More often than not, Danny hates the decisions his father makes for him in his life. However, deep down inside, Danny knows that his father makes those choices for him because his father truly loves him. All three dads have different views on raising their children.
This is seen again when Tom kills the Cop and Ma still insisted on keeping the family together even though it 's dangerous. This determination can be seen in Tom when he wants to help the people to, continue Casey 's work. It 's not easy or safe but he’s determined just like his mother. Another Person who has a great influence on Tom is Casey. Casey 's influence is what takes Tom to the people it changes his beliefs.