So, Troy fails to see the way from the future Troy is still living in the past because that is all he knows about growing a family. Rose single handedly handles everything that happen around Troy because she respects him as her husband. Respect is part of love required to raise a child; Troy overlooked this aspect of love hence, repeat the cycle of his bad past. The first past repeating cycle can be seen in the play when Troy turn down Cory’s opportunity. Troy do not want his son Cory’s life to be like him, but yet he raised him to be an independent man like his was.
Though her sons plead without her throughout the book, Willy’s outbursts cause her a state of distress which leads to her putting more stress on the family as a whole: Happy for his inability to face the reality of their situation, and Biff for his inability to hold a job and settle down. But it is Willy who is impacted by her actions the most. He sees how much his wife struggles to hold their dysfunctional family together, ... ... middle of paper ... ... from achieving true happiness in his life. Willy takes his life because he is unhappy because he does not have the material wealth he would like. Works Cited Citations: Miller, Arthur.
Holden’s hardships in his life are influenced by his parents; he does not seem to know about his parents well, and the awkward relationship between them makes Holden feel less important to his parents and lose his identity in the family. In the book, there are only a few parts where Holden mentions about his parents and it is usually in a brusque tone; “My father’s quite wealthy, though. I don’t know how much he makes—he’s never... ... middle of paper ... ...h the hard times. If Holden spends more time with his siblings, communicate with them on a deeper level, and share his state of mind, he will find him self and his identity with the help of his siblings. Catcher in the Rye is a novel deals with a teenager boy named Holden who tries to have a deviation from the reality and faces struggles in his adolescence.
People live in despair and alienation and are hardly aware of their unhappiness. Until, like Harry facing death and Charlie who has lost his wife and daughter, people refuse to see the truth. Travels, money, power, “things” will not make you happy. As Charlie thought, “He would come back someday; they couldn’t make him pay forever. But he wanted his child, and nothing was much good now, beside that fact.
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. He had very little respect for his father because his father did not, in Troy?s mind, make his family a priority. At an early age, Troy?s father beat him ?like there was no tomorrow? because he caught Troy getting ?cozy? with a girl (549; I,4).
While there are differences between Chris McCandless and Lily Owens, they share striking similarities. Chris McCandless’ and Lily Owens’s inconsistencies of forgiveness with their parents resulted in damaged relationships and an escape into the unknown. For someone who is very compassionate and always looking to help those less fortunate, Chris is, ironically, unable to forgive his parents’ mistakes. Krakauer reflects on Chris’s inability to forgive his father. “The boy could not pardon the mistakes his father had made as a young man…” (Krakauer 123).
Although Walter has a job, it seems inadequate for his survival. As a result, he has become frustrated and lacks good judgement. Throughout this play Walter searches for the key ingredient that will make his life blissful. His frustrations stem from him not being able to act as a man and provide for his family and grasp hold of his ideals to watch them manifest into a positive situation. Walter Lee Younger, a man who is vehement for his family, has many ambitions in life, and dreams of the biggest dreams out of anyone else in the play.
Growing up, Brad never felt like he fit in with his family and since he was so uncomfortable, it affected him into adulthood. Brad is someone who always considers risks when making decisions and the biggest risks he wants to avoid is getting married and starting a family. He fears these life changes because he is afraid of repeating his parents’ mistakes. Brad plays the role of Kate’s long-term partner who in the beginning of the movie supported Brad 's decision of being a couple without any plans to start a family or get married. Even though they aren 't a married couple, people mistake them to be engaged due to their interactions together, which is really dynamic and in sync.
He can’t stand his factory job, the responsibility of being the man or being treated like a child by his mother. Tom decides to follow in his father’s footsteps and leave the family. It seems as if Tom thinks that running away from his problems will make them go away but things didn’t turn out that way. Although the play was written many years ago, young adults in this day and age can relate to Tom and his actions. The main theme in the play is escape.
He must marry the young Catherine due to his father’s manipulation (3). Linton is not able to choose a lot of things for himself. Finally, although his father is now there for him, Linton has no good sense of guidance; just like his father. This leads Linton to not only begin to hate the people that he loves, but this also leads him to hate himself. He knows his affectionate mother would not want him to be so peevish and cruel toward people.