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. Joe Keller and his son Chris are the main father and son relationship in this play; they are extremely close and completely respect one another however, they have much to learn, for one has a secret. Being a father means more then anything to Joe, it means the personification of graciousness and infallibility. Every move Joe makes in his life is for Chris. His entire factory that he has built from the ground up has been for Chris; his plan was after he retired that Chris would have total control over the business.
And the cautioned him saying "...son, thou art ever with me, all that I have is thine" The first part of the father's statement was to dispel his ignorant notion and to make him understand his love for him. Thou are ever with me, the same way my mind never wandered off your gone brother is the same way my mind never wanders off you. The second part shed light on his access to everything - the fatted cow, the servants, the house and everything the father owned. Having learnt all these, what should be your take-away? Never forget our Father is Jehovah El-Shaddai; the all sufficient one.
Beneath the persuasive allure of his charm, lay an insatiable hunger for power. Although he was strong and clever enough to wield that power, his tragic flaw, an unbearable arrogance, brought him to a tragic end. It was Caesar’s overwhelming ambition and arrogant personality that resulted from his success, that made his assassination inevitable. Caesar was a fortunate man; he had lived in a great city, seen much of the western world, loved a foreign queen and accumulated enormous wealth. In a world where most rarely left their villages and were always under the shadow of debt, famine, and conquest, Gaius Julius Caesar was privileged.
His father never did anything special besides “piling the Christmas gifts” and “covering the car insurance” to his son but he can still manage to endear himself to his family. In contrast to the poem, Donalson uses limited omniscient narrator in his essay to reveal to the reader his deep feelings of respect to his father.
At the time he wrote these works, John Donne’s fames didn’t really occur significantly until after his death. From a young age he was a very well educated man, and excelled onto college, obtained a job, and established a variety of careers. Though many people know Donne for his literary works, his personal life is quite one to gossip about. Many people do not know about his dirty past, scandalous marriage, and him fathering twelve children. There was a lot more to John Donne than what appears of his famous writings; it is the in between the lines that really makes Donne such an interesting man during his time period.
It is written as two men having a co... ... middle of paper ... ...ces within their empires they not only made the empire strong within the borders but beyond as well. In doing so their leadership has become almost mythical and looked on with great admiration. Even their shortcomings are overlooked out of appreciation for their achievements. That stands in stark contrast to the rule of Aurangzeb. He saw the Mughal Empire reach its territorial heights during his reign but also saw revolution within the empires borders.
While Odysseus and his son are united and face the world together, Ulysses sees himself and his son as two different people living separate lives. When he returns, Odysseus has a close, personal relationship with his son; he becomes Telemachus' mentor. Odysseus realizes Telemachus' resemblance to himself - both are noble men of action who value justice. Together, they devise a plan to avenge the arrogant suitors who have abused their household for the past three years. Finally, "he [Odysseus] found the whole company lying in heaps in the blood and dust..." (Homer, 22.383).
Alexander the Great is remembered as a conquering man who built one of the largest empires. Some describe him as a man with a vision of world harmony. Others see him as a blood thirsty man with a mental illness. One thing that cannot be argued is that he and his empire are fascinating studies. From his rise to power to his mysterious death is interesting, but even after he died the story is fascinating.
Gatsby, being raised differently, tried to associate himself like these people. He threw lavish parties for the sake of something greater, that is, for Daisy Buchanan. Tom Buchanan, born from a wealthy family, strived for something greater. Described as, “One of those men who reach such an acute limited excellence at twenty-one that everything afterward savors of anti-climax,” he was not only bored, but also snobbish and know as, “hulking,” with an aggressive, flared temper. Even as the husband of Daisy he searches for excitement and happiness and resorts to an affair.
I sometimes wonder if he knew just how much we loved him. All I have left are the memories we shared and the lessons he taught me, but they are good memories, and they are exceptional lessons. My grandfather was an astonishing man. Unfortunately, my son will never get to meet my grandfather, but I will instill in him the love for people my grandfather so diligently instilled in me. I never looked at him as "fat" or "different."