(p.83) When Willy first heard this from his boss, that is a man younger than him begins to cry. A man his age working in a company that long doesn't really deserve to be fired. It makes his life seem a waste, and makes him imagine himself as a failure. "I was fired and I am looking for a little good news to tell your mother, because the woman has waited and suffered." (p.107) Willy is clueless of what is to come of his family and feels he has let everyone down.
Throughout the book, Frank constantly changes the way he feels for his father. There are times when Frank completely despises him and others where he idolises him. At the beginning of the book, Frank explains that Malachy was “the shiftless loquacious alcoholic father,” giving the reader a bad impression of him. As the story moves on, there are several places where you can see that Frank loves his father, despite all the hard times he has put him and his family through. Malachy is constantly out of a job, leaving his family to survive on their own through poverty.
Willy always had to pay for repairs, such as the mortgage, the insurance, and other bills. The emb... ... middle of paper ... ...onfused and disturbed individual. His incompetence wore on him so much that he suffered from delusions. He believed that there was no end when he had failed his career, sons, and his wife. He had convinced himself that his suicide was an act of love for his family but this was another selfish act of cowardice.
Pap is characterized different from the novel, the movie, and Big River, can he really be compassionate? Pap seems to be victimized by the government as the town drunk and not a good role model for his son, but it turns around when he shows compassion when he thinks Huck has died. In the movie Huck portrays his death so he could escape his abusive father. When Pap arrives to the made up murder scene he seems very upset. Pap started crying and screaming at the thought of his son being murdered.
His distorted perceptions of the American Dream ultimately ruined his life and the lives of his family. Sadly, Willy definitely failed as a father. He obviously favored his eldest son Biff over his youngest son Happy, and this constant neglect drove Happy to become more like his older brother as an adult in order to win his father’s approval. We can see this through his philandering behavior, something Biff was known for in high school, the golden years. Biff, on the other hand, had it worse because his father sold him lies about his importance in the business industry, which forced Biff to admire Willy and strive to be like him one day.
His sad brown eyes were filled with salty tears while listening to his father and stepmother fight in the kitchen. His stepmother was very contemptible. His father wasn't. He was a good man, very benign, but Jonathan didn't realize that when he was a child. He resented his father for always being away from home, on the road touring, but he didn't know at the age of 3 what it meant by having to support your family in any way you can.
Throughout the book, there are constant changes of how Frank feels for his father. At the very beginning of the book, Frank explains that he was "the shiftless loquacious alcoholic father," and gives the reader the impression that he was a very bad dad. As the story moves on, there are several places where you can see that Frank loves his father, despite all the hard times he has put him and his family through. The times when Frank completely loathes his father are the times when he got drunk and used all of the money on himself. Malachy didn't bring home the wages like a good husband but he would leave his family waiting at home for their supper whilst he went down to the pubs and drank all the money.
Mama was tired of listening about Walter Lee wanting to invest in a liquor store. Walter Lee's dream to own the liquor store and be his own boss caused his family much pain. A major reason being he lost all of their money in the investment. But because his family never listened to him about his dream, he would go out and drink. When Walter Lee came home drunk, most of what he had bottled up inside would lash out in a much more violent or ... ... middle of paper ... ...have some money.
In the psychodynamic viewpoint the non acceptance of his father was always a traumatic thing for him to deal with. His father never told him that he loved him and was never proud of him until his sign... ... middle of paper ... ... it is my feeling that it would be very difficult if not impossible to rehabilitate Johnny Cash. I hold this view because there were many efforts made to reach out to him while living and he had even done several treatment programs. He seemed at times to be very supportive in seeking help. His lifestyle however would make it extremely difficult for him to stay in a consistent treatment program.
However, this pressure was ineffective and only caused relations between them to worsen. Resulting from Paul’s implemented policies there has been great dissent from the employees. They have staged work slowdowns to ensure overtime since the pay is low for the area, taking extra breaks, talks of forming a union, as well as outright quitting. Analysis:... ... middle of paper ... ... it to his son due to being family. The search would begin to find a candidate within the company, and if that were not successful it would begin outside the company.