Troy run away from his house to be on his own at a very young age because he never receive the love and respect he desires from his family, so he come around to repeat what his father had done because of the failure to see that the time had changed around him. Independence ties with Masculinity that Troy possess. Back in the 1950 a man who work for a whole family was normal and woman stays home to take care of the kids. Power dominance of the male figure is a big problem than segregation was at the time, but it was slowly changing. So, Troy fails to see the way from the future Troy is still living in the past because that is all he knows about growing a family.
Alternately, he is concerned about his job as a traveler. He absolutely wanted to quit his job, however he had to keep working to pay off his parent's debt for their sake. Gregor’s dehumanization : “His numerous legs, pitifully thin in comparison to the rest of his girth, flickered helplessly before his eyes... his back was all covered with little white spots that he was unable to diagnose...” (Kafka, 11-12). Gregor’s white spots relates to Kafka’s sickness, tuberculosis. Gregor’s family tries to get him out of his room which failed due to his incapability of speaking properly.
They believed that he was going senile because of the loss of his wife. He was used to being the caretaker of his family. So the mere thought of his children having to take care of him made him mad. Sam's second childhood was evident in the movie based on Terry Kay's novel To Dance with the White Dog. The movie played out Sam's stubbornness in accepting his children's desire to help him out in his day-to-day routine.
Gregor begins to see his family in a new light, how greedy and selfish they are, along with how he was walked all over by both his family and boss, then Gregor discovers that now that he has become a burden and not a provider his family is no longer loving towards his. When Gregor first turns he is afraid to tell anyone, he spends hours just trying to get out of his bed, all the while thinking and wondering what has happen to himself. While Gregor tries to get up his family is constantly knocking and questioning his heath. However Gregor is not only concerned with his new appearance but, more so missing his train and being in trouble with his boss. Gregor his so concerned with taking care of his families dept, that when his boss arrives to find out why Gregor missed his train, he works hard trying to get out of his room to the point of injury of himself.
His father was so disconnected from his son that would be mad at his son for eating. When Yunior was going to be punished Rafa would disappear. This angered Yunior resulting in constant bickering between him and his brother. The fear in the household was so immense that the youngest daughter would cry when hearing her father's voice. Yunior bl... ... middle of paper ... ...e treated his family.
He must marry the young Catherine due to his father’s manipulation (3). Linton is not able to choose a lot of things for himself. Finally, although his father is now there for him, Linton has no good sense of guidance; just like his father. This leads Linton to not only begin to hate the people that he loves, but this also leads him to hate himself. He knows his affectionate mother would not want him to be so peevish and cruel toward people.
Firstly, in the novel, the Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka, Gregor Samsa is a travelling salesman who hates his job but is forced to keep it in order to support his family and pay off his father’s debts. Gregor has only one sister, so their family is quite small. Immediately at the beginning of the book, Gregor is transformed into a giant insect. He never comes to terms with his metamorphosis and struggles with intense feelings of guilt as if his inability to support his family were his own fault. Though he is now free from having to go to work, Gregor is now a liability to his family who keep him locked up in his room.
At first the concern that the family shows seems genuine, especially for the sister Grete who shows the greatest sympathy for Gregor and takes it upon herself to be his caretaker. His mother and father seem utterly in despair by Gregors transformation and feel that it is a great encumbrance on them since he is the sole breadwinner. Gregor was made to believe that his family is incapable of working and that they were counting on him for support. Gregor in his new cockroach body is unable to communicate with his family, however he is able to hear and understand them. As it turns out his family has been deceiving him; his father has saved up some money unbeknownst to Gregor and his father soon acquires a job as a security guard.
His mother even remarks that “isn’t it a fact that by removing the furniture we’re showing that we’re giving up all hope of an improvement?” (Kafka 53). Even after acknowledging that taking his furniture would show Gregor that his family had lost hope, they still proceed. The Samsa family has shown that they have lost faith in Gregor, and would therefore neglect him. First, Gregor’s job is taken away, then his furniture which contains all the memories associated with being a human, which further dehumanizes and alienates Gregor. His belongings being taken away from him is “to declare symbolically that Gregor is no longer human and will never be human again” (“Metamorphosis”).
As Gregor appeals with the chief clerk to give him the benefit of the doubt, he admits that “travelers are not popular” because they are “never seen in the office almost the whole year around” (101). Gregor desperately tries to plead with the clerk to let him keep his job because he is aware that he is replaceable. This shows that Gregor lacks significance even when he is working towards his all-consuming goal of supporting his family. It is possible to say that the only place Gregor has influence is in his own home, with