Cory is just put up with all his dads’ nonsense and starts realizing he can never please his father, all the feeling towards his father is all hatred now. Being able to relate Cory and Troy. When I was younger child my dad made miss most of my soccer games on the weekends. Because he wanted me to go work with him. As a child that always make me have anger in him when I had to miss a soccer game just to work with my dad.
He did not expect the RUF to come to his village so he left his village before the attack without saying goodbye to his family because he thought he would see them again but he never did. When Ishmael had found out about his home village being attacked, he was with his brother and friends, and they had gone to other villages trying to survive, but when the village they were at got attacked, Ishmael stated, “It was during that attack in the village of Kamator that my friends and I were separated. It was the last time I saw Junior, my older brother” (Beah 43). Because of this civil war, Ishmael never got to see his closest friends and older brother ever again. Ishmael was by himself most of the time during this war and many other people, including
(Greene, 7) His father bought a 45-arce farm, in order to protect his kids from the sin-filled streets of Chicago. Walt was born fourth of five children on December 5, 1901. (Greene, 7) Walt loved the farm life, mainly because he almost never had to do any work on the farm. (Greene, 7) The farm is where he saw his family really endowed in teamwork. (Greene, 7) Being that it was a family farm, Walt’s brothers Raymond and Herbert worked for free but eventually left.
Biff is thirty-four years old and was once a high school football star. He spent fourteen years of his life presumably somewhere out west trying to “find himself. '; Willy caught his father having an affair with Miss Frances and quickly developed a lack of trust for his father. Willy throughout the play seems to be opposed to his father, but there are many similarities between the two. There views on life tend to be the same and also their values are the same.
Later on him and his father get into an argument that was bound to happen. next day after church, Sam runs away, Right after stealing his fathers gun. Sam Then leaves Redding to fight and things become harder, gradually separating the family. Sam occasionally returns, although when this happens, Tim is the only one who talks with him. Sam and his father are too obstinate to make a truce.
They wouldn't believe that there son stole it and took it with him to the Rebel's camp and they wouldn't believe him cause it was Tori territory and that they where threatening to kill Life if they didn't give them there gun. Then Tim ran out the door and he ran to go get Colonel Read. Since he knew that Sam was a Rebel and colonel read was a colonel for the Rebel's, but when he got to where he was he saw Sam with the Gun sleeping with it. Then he snatched it and started running back to his house and when he was half way there Sam woken up and was yelling him to stop but he wouldn't stop, but since Sam was older and bigger he caught Tim right as they reach the town of Redding. Then Tim had to explain what had happen and Sam didn't want to go back but he went with Tim just in cas... ... middle of paper ... ... was a well written book it was very detail and good storywriter but the end didn't have a big enough bain.
The second bad by-product of war is the effect on children. First, war sometimes kills children’s parents or older siblings, throwing their responsibility on to the younger children’s shoulders. The children will never have a normal life of playing with others because they are too busy taking care of things. In the novel, MBSID, Tim had to grow up fast. The reason for this is that his father got killed and his brother, Sam, got killed.
When his father found out about this he whipped him with a leather belt and walk all the way back to the store to return it. All of John’s life he was neglected by his father. He called him names growing up such as “sissy” and “Queer”. While John was still young he was molested by a family friend, who would take him on rides with him on his truck. He was afraid to tell his dad because he thought that he would get in trouble for it.
For instance, Sam is executed by the Rebels for “stealing” his own cattle. In the novel, Tim states, “ ‘It’s just so unfair, he fought for them for three years, and now they’re going to shoot him for nothing.’ ”(pg.200). By looking at this quote, we can see that Tim expected that Sam would die at war in a glorious fashion, but instead he dies dishonorably and is executed by his fellow army men. Tim is upset because when he tried to prove Sam’s innocence, the Rebel officers would not believe him: “But it’s all a mistake… He didn’t do it, he was chasing the ones who did.”(pg.182). Tim’s frustrated that the General will not even consider the fact that Sam is not guilty.
Dave must beg his mother for the gun and his money to buy the gun. Richard Wright suggests that in this way Dave is very childish and not yet ready to be a man. When Dave accidently kills the mule it shows the responsibility of true manhood that Dave is clearly not ready to take on. The Alexander 2 ending where he decides to leave his house when everyone is asleep. Dave is also mad how everyone is treating him, and how all he ever gets do is work all the time and has never been given anything in his life.