Amir says “…we were kids who had learned to crawl together, and no history, ethnicity, society, or religion was going to change that…(25).” The relationship between the two boys is one that is difficult to fully comprehend. The bond they share is one that not many people get to experience. The boys are separated from each other after the Russian invasion, but it is Amir’s decisions later in life that show what Hassan truly meant to him. They share a relationship that had varying definitions, but in the end they both loved each other. Amir and Hassan share this diverse friendship because of Amir’s selfishness, jealousy, and cowardly actions.
He helps his friend Jim despite the internal struggle and he realizes that humans are worthy of respect regardless of the color of their skin. He goes against the grain of the outside world and thinks that society has their ideals a little messed up, it is kind of ironic coming from this often dirty, and homeless little boy, who had been “raised” by an alcoholic father, and racist fools. If only there were more people in the world such as Huckleberry Finn. (997 words)
His name represents a lot in his community and brings pride back home. He is a caring family man, Beatrice usually gives in to his dema... ... middle of paper ... ...he cruel reality of the society. Being an uncle, the level of incest is not as strong compared to father and daughter relationship. The gap between illegal family laws is smaller creating a stronger temptation for Eddie which makes his incestuous feeling difficult to ignore. And after all "Eddie was never meant to have a destiny" Eddie has lost everything, his family, his confidence in the community, friends etcetera.
The use of family dynamics in each character contributes to their strong development. The main character and narrator of this story, Gordie Lachance, tells us this story of his childhood from his own perspective as an adult. Gordie is practically an invisible child growing up and often feels alone in his small hometown. This especially came to light after his older brother Denny passed away. Throughout the story, everyone makes the comparison of Denny to Gordie, and Gordie always falls short.
The actions of the boy throughout the story indicate that he really does love his father and seems very torn between his mother expectations and his father’s light heartedness. Many adults and children know this family circumstance so well that one can easily see the characters’ identities without the author even giving the boy and his father a name. Even without other surrounding verification of their lives, the plot, characters, and narrative have meshed together quite well. Works Cited "Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).” Brain Psychics. 2009.
They are two opposite people on a lifetime journey. George is so kind, responsible, patient, and an understanding man. He understood Lennie when he finally defended him self from Crook, or when he got in trouble at Weed. If George were not a good friend, he would not be with Lennie, wasting his time. George loves Lennie and always wants the good of Lennie.
In Old Woman Swamp, society is left behind by Doodle and his brother, and they achieve a feeling of equality. Doodle’s brother always wants to fit in with society; consequently, he is constantly embarrassed by his disabled brother. Doodle’s brother considers Doodle to be “invalid” at a first glance, but when the boys go to Old Woman Swamp, he treats Doodle almost as an equal (Hurst 1). The prejudices forced upon Doodle because of his disabilities vanish, and Doodle’s brother no longer needs to act as a superior to blend in with other people. Doodle’s brother is not ashamed by Doodle when they are alone; therefore, this is the only time he really sees Doodle as what he is, a human.
Great Expectations is an autobiography novel written by author Charles Dickens. The novel revolves around young Pip who is an orphan and lives with his abusive sister and her husband. Through his own hardships and development in life, Pip has always been cared for and helped by his father figure, Joe Gargery. Joe Gargery is a rather important character to the story because without his role in Pip’s life, Pip would not have been the man that he became later on. Joe Gargery is a hardworking man who is loyal and fair to himself, his wife, and even Pip.
Take Atticus Finch for example, the father of Scout and Jem, a highly regarded lawyer, and an active citizen of Maycomb; what would the world be like without men like Atticus? Many consider Atticus to be a moral hero to readers and a model of integrity for lawyers. Although Atticus Finch is a highly respectable and kind-hearted man, he has several flaws as a character which diminish him as a true hero of the novel. As a father Atticus strives to always tell his children the truth, he does not believe that anything should be hidden from them. Atticus is very humble in the sense that he allows his children to call him by his first name, he believes that they are his equal and doesn’t want them to think he is above them, his humbleness however is never taken as softness.
Johnny still goes back home after getting beat up by his father and the Socs. Young people can relate because they may be too scared to do anything about it. Similarly, young people can relate to Dally because he doesn’t have a good family either. He gets himself in trouble because of his terrible home life. Although Johnny and Dally may have significant differences, they both care about one another, and that is all that