Rocking Horse Winner

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Rocking Horse Winner Carnality in close kin bliterates true necessary. As opposed to wealth their many desires witch it itself can not satisfied. In a family with the mother in need of such of thing uses finances as a sort of excuse. This lie drags along her son with good intentions always trying to feel the inner need. As he carries them on and has success they all got wrap up in the money lie forgetting the single most important factor which is love. This story begins with a statement with the author pointing out to the mother has it first fault " There was a woman who was beautiful, who started with all the advantages, yet she had no luck. She married for love, and the love turned to dust. She had bonny children, yet she felt they had been thrust upon her, and she could not love them . . .at the center of her heart was a hard little place that could not feel love, not for anybody."(299) This attractive lady was living a miserable life since her priority was luxuries, even her beautiful healthy children witch she considers a burden. Her mind was always focus on money, leaving little space in her hearth to feel love. This made her cold and insensible making it impossible to give and to receive love. Hester was never in the house and it seems that he was needed to be supporting it with the family problems. The children will always hear voices in the house saying "there must be more money!" And they will stop for a while lessoning to the repeat voices. The whispering had reach Paul's ears and as he was in his rocking horse swing and fro disturb him very much. Paul's converses with his mother and indoctrinates him with the idea that luck is money and is better to be born lucky that rich. This motivated Paul to search after luck... ... middle of paper ... ... no moral direction it is clear that since the family needed more love than money it suffered the consequences of it when they were constantly ignoring it specially on behalf Paul's mother. As I read the story with out a doubt in mind the story clearly manifests a serious lack of love in the family. Sexual satisfaction was another necessary in the case of Paul's mother because she was so lonely with out the care and love of a husband that was never close to her wife. While Paul intentions was to solve not only the family financial problems but particularly his mother wants, not knowing that his mother truly prime necessity was erotic pleasure and such bliss can only be achieved by strong merit all relationship. Paul too in his search for luck by asserting to know something he is no longer trying to solved a secondary need but also hiding his masturbation problem.

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