Before Troy’s death he’s a man who let’s numerous people down including his wife, Rose, and his two sons Cory and Lyons, but after his death they all chose to forgive him regardless of the hardships Troy put them through when he was alive.
Rose and Troy met at a very young age and Rose became rather dependant on Troy very quickly. She believed that he was the best thing life had to offer her and therefore “[she] took all of her feelings, …wants and needs, [her] dreams...and [she] buried them inside of [him]. … [She] planted [herself] inside of [him] and waited to bloom.” (1.2.122). Little did she know she wouldn’t bloom. Troy never gave her the things she wanted because he simply didn’t leave any room for her. He focused solely on his wants and his dreams instead of accommodating to better the both of them. This is something Rose realized before their marriage began to utterly crumble when he cheated on her. “It didn’t take [her] … eighteen years to find out the soil was hard and rocky and [the flower she planted] wasn’t … going to bloom. But [she] held onto [him]” (1.2.122). She held onto Troy even after he cheated on her because she had nothing else to go to. Troy gave her a house, family, food; all of her fundamental necessities which she couldn’t turn her back on beca...
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...g “too lazy to work” (1.1.17). Although Lyons doesn’t care what Troy says about him because he’s resentful. He believes that “if [Troy] wanted to change [him], [he] should have been there when [he] was growing up. (1.1.18).
Surprisingly, after Troy’s death Lyons immediately forgives him without hesitation. He goes on in admiration for Troy, referring to him as “something else,” (2.2.94), and describing a time where his willingness to persevere was remarkable.
All of this proves that after someone passes away those close to them forgive them for their actions and sins and simply move on with their lives. Death makes people realize that maybe they should’ve forgiven someone in the first place because once they’re gone they can’t express their feelings towards them anymore. And no one finds peace in caring too much about something they no longer have any control over.
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