He has enough brains to realize he could never spend that amount of money, and obviously realizes that some luxuries are just a waste of money. Money, which can be used to help out the less fortunate. I hope many of these families are affected by his actions in a good way. Many of the poor just don’t know any better, poverty and hardship is all they know. Many have a broken nature, drug abuse, mental and behavioral problems.
Mostly they slept in the bus, but they had friends to visit across the country, and for a while, they stayed in Virginia with my mom's father's cousin, whom they barely knew. The only times they ever ate meat were when it was served to them at people's houses, for it was far too expensive for them to buy on their own. They began to find, as they made their way across the country, that it felt heavy and unhealthy, especially red meat and pork. When they got back east three months later, they moved into a small house in Narragansett, Rhode Island, with rotting kitchen walls so soft that you could stick a finger through. One day, my mom thought back and realized, slightly revolted, that the last piece of meat she had eaten was a hotdog with sauerkraut and mustard at the Oak Hill Tavern, months ago.
She explains that they are not and are even better off because their fathers were not supporting and loving. Continuing to explain that there is no proof that shows they need fathers and that there are several great men in history that did not have fathers. She says that there are too many fathers that do such a poor job and they are the reason that kids are better off without
When she shows him the proof she finds he doesn’t scold her for doing something so dumb. He’s actually very pleased with what she found and even though she could’ve died if Mr. Harvey had caught her, h... ... middle of paper ... ...ack because he wants us to understand that anybody can change and he wants us to see the affect trauma has on people. Jack was a good father and husband, he was a family man with a very happy family, he held a steady job and was on the road to a good long life. But when Suzie died all of this went away, he barely managed to keep his job, his family was now a wreck, his wife wasn’t even able to stay at home so she left her family which made things a lot worse. This shows us that things can change so quickly, nothing is ever perfectly secured.
This underscores just how much he loved her. Ada’s passing impacted him so much that Otto is unable to function as a normal human being. The narrator says woefully, “As time went on, Otto learned what to do with dead light bulbs but still didn’t have the heart to change out of his pajamas” (Barbara 83). Love, in this case, is freeing yet binding at the same time. With Ada, Otto was able to enjoy life; without her, he experiences great sadness when
Alphonse: Victor's father, a man who is kind and caring towards those in need. His happiness depends on the happiness of his children. If that fails, he does also. William: The youngest son of the Frankenstein family, he is victimized terribly and becomes a symbol of lost youth. Henry Clerval: Victor's best friend since childhood, he understands his friend better than any other character.
An analysis of three messages from “Death of a Salesman” Not all families are perfect, they have their ups and they have their issues. But what makes a great family is the ability to work out all their issues and still love each other. There is a movie called “Death of a Salesman” in this movie there is a family of four that is a dysfunctional family. The father's name is Willy Loman, he is a traveling salesman, who doesn’t stay focused very well and jumps between the past and the present. Then the Mother, Linda, she is what keeps the father sane and calm and is what holds the holes the whole family together.