Despite Troy?s continuous attempts to push himself away from anything he had ever known about his father, the inheritance of such irrational behavior was inevitable because it was all he had ever known. The inheritance of this angry behavior was, in turn, the cause of his damaging relationships with his own family. Just as Troy endured his father?s cruel ways, Troy?s family is left with no choice but to try to learn to live with his similar ways. Troy?s family is one that strives to maintai... ... middle of paper ... ...y as a responsible person. He overlooks Cory?s efforts to please him and make a career for his son, learned from his past with his own father, is responsible for the tension that builds between him and Cory.
Firstly, his parents divorced in 1990. He was depressed, but as the eldest son, he learnt to be independent and hide his feeling from others, which later turned out to have high self management skills. The relationship with mothers and fathers are equally important in building attachment. However, divorce of parents made him blaming his parents, which made him lose all trust of his parents and the opinions from them (Lee, 2007). On the other hand, his ego personality had led to the lack of friendship so no one knew his plans and could not stop him.
A father typically provides support, solace, and strength for their children, but in The Death Of A Salesman we see an atypical version of this model. Willy becomes delusional and insane in a desperate attempt to provide for Biff and Happy. He has realized that he has failed them as a father and this creates the conflict. A father is meant to be a source of dependency for his children, but this is a portrayal of the reverse. Willy being dependent on the children is a testament to the fact that relationships are not to be taken for face value.
All this cargo from his past is called to his attention by the letter he receives from Ferula. The letter does result in inflicting guilt on Esteban, for his lack of morals and complete selfishness. Ferula tells Esteban, in the letter, that their mother wants to see her son again before she dies. "Esteban had never really loved his mother or felt at ease in her presence," but he knew that resisting this visit to pay his last respects would be unethical (Allende 71).
Ivan Ilyich lost his purpose, his mind, and nearly all of his adult life in countless attempts to impress others. As death nears, Ivan finally finds fulfillment and unison between his mind and soul. Although Ivan’s life based on propriety from law school to his current state leads to his lack of true friendships as an adult, his memories of his childhood that consist of valuable family relationships positively influence him toward rejecting his mind’s rationalizations of superficial social truth in favor of his soul’s deeper moral truth. As his soul recognizes the impending reality of his death, Ivan Ilyich’s mind rejects this notion by recalling the value of his life based on his childhood, a fulfilling childhood that centered on valuable
By trying to be successful with material desires and being "well-liked" he failed. By the play's end he had to lose his own life just to provide funding for that of his family. He put his family through endless torture because of his search for a successful life. He should have settled with what he had, for his true happiness included a loving family. Willy's example shows that one must follow their own dreams to be truly accomplished.
The education Rakesh pursued was to fulfill his parents’ desires and dream, while abandoning his own. Old Verma also fails to realize his son’s internal conflict as his ego becomes gloated from the acknowledgement and envies given off by hi... ... middle of paper ... ...e he was treating his own father. As a result, the relationship soon became fractured as Rakesh continues to forbid his father to do what he pleases and Old Verma dies with anger and resentment that he has towards his son. When child matures, there is natural shift of power from weakened old to the strong youth. Rakesh’s devotion was altered as he gained control over the household.
As Holden knows that he has to grow for the people he loves. Overall Holden is a very negative protagonist who doesn’t what he doing to his life but needs someone to guide to the path of peace Haroun Khalifa is a determined person who us always... ... middle of paper ... ...Between Holden and Haroun the type of journey breaks them apart. With Holden he goes on a journey to escape his old life. But Haroun goes on a quest to find out the whereabouts of his mother.
Heathcliff is convinced that Hindley and Catherine are the reason for his loneliness and how he... ... middle of paper ... ...his is impossible to prevent. This leads to Mr. Heathcliff self destruction, because all of his life he has been looking for strategies to get revenge on those he hates. He does not want Wuthering Heights to be a haven, rather a purgatory. To his dismay he realizes his years of revenge, will not last all generations. Seeing how both families, the Linton and the Earnshaw's stand up for one another, Heathcliff understands that the one thing that kept him alive has now been defeated.
Biff didn’t want to end up like his father laying in the ash waiting for a new beginning. But it would be hard for Mr.Loman to start again because it is hard to find new things since it is impossible for a new beginning. Jen Kim is from Sussex Publishers stating that “Dreams don’t just die by themselves we kill them. thankfully we can also bring them back to life.” Mr.Loman killed his dreams by taking the wrong path in the story and also with his insecurity and self- doubt he had in himself. Willy Loman could of had a better life, but one little mistake ended up messing up his whole dreams.