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    Being A Good Father

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    Being A Good Father Although the essay “My Father’s Son” and the poem “my father’s son” written by the same author, Mel Donalson and have similar titles, they have different ways to express the son’s feeling of his father’s character, merit and devotion to his family. Both essay and poem’s main ideas center around affection and father’s commitment to his family. However, the poem only describes the cold weather and the father’s image in his regular life style without expression of the author’s

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    statement that Polonius, adviser in the court of King Claudius of Denmark, is a good father who desires what is best for his children. Although he may be a fussy and overcautious old man, Polonius constantly gives good advice and his best wishes to both his children, Laertes and Ophelia. Before Laertes is about to go to France, Polonius talks to him and tells him all of his good advice. While Polonius tells Laertes all of his good advice, he says, “My blessing with thee'; (I.iii.61). This statement shows

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    What does it mean to be a good father and what characteristics do they have? Many share the same traits. In this expository paper I am going to share some examples of what a good father means to me. I have a firsthand example of what a good father is. I am also going to give examples of what a bad father is and compare the two. The definition of a good father is very universal. In every country and language. Oxford dictionary defines father as “A man in relation to his natural child or children

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    Being a father who provide the basic needs for your child you may feel that you have done all what it takes to be good father. Wayne once said "I know I'm a good father. I give my children the best things of life - sound education, expensive clothing and latest communication gadgets." Many fathers wish they can also do likewise for their children. They say the best thing a father can give to his child is quality life. Wayne gave his children all of he thought he could but all of that wasn't enough

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    Some may question the parenting style of others and that is just how humans work. They doubt the way others do things because it is not how they themselves would do it. Atticus Finch is a good father because he taught his children bravery through his self-control, he is determined to teach Jem and Scout the value of respecting people, no matter who they are, and he teaches his children that life involves making difficult decisions sometimes. Atticus is one of those people that everybody should look

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    parenting. This is because of the circumstances each of them are in. And with Scout Finch (daughter) being the protagonist we get to see her father, Atticus Finch, in action. I strongly believe that Atticus is a good father because his morals mean well, his actions are great, and his image is perfect. We can clearly see from the book that Atticus is a good man. He is well mannered, kind, and very wise. We never see Atticus act as oddly as some of the other character do. And since they’re all living

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    Atticus is a great father that always provides Jem and Scout valuable information on how to make it through life. Atticus always helped and guided his children through dark times. In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird Atticus may make mistakes as a parent, but overall he is an admirable father. To begin, Atticus always gave Jem and Scout valuable life lessons. One of the finest lessons he taught them was never to judge others without considering things from their point of view. Atticus told Jem

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    small town called Macomb, Alabama during the great depression. When their father, Atticus Finch, defends Tom Robinson, a black man, against fabricated rape charges of a white girl, Mayella Ewell; Jem and Scout are faced with the reality of true racism in their home town where it is spread like a disease. The trial against Tom Robinson exposes Jem and Scout to the evils and stereotyping of their racist society. Their father, Atticus Finch helps Jem and Scout understand why this is all happening and

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    Alexander The Great

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    Greek army undertook the war on Persia that his father had been planning. The march he had begun was to be one of the greatest in history. Alexander was one of the biggest influenced on people of all time and one of the most powerful personalities. He really molded people into acting the correct way. He brought people together and showed them how to live better. He defiantly changed the lives of many. Alexander the Great was born in 356 BC Philip his father was the brother of Perdiccas III king of Macedonia

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    Shakespeare

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    comes here? Enter BERTRAM, LAFEU, and PAROLLES First Lord It is the Count Rousillon, my good lord, Young Bertram. KING Youth, thou bear'st thy father's face; Frank nature, rather curious than in haste, Hath well composed thee. Thy father's moral parts Mayst thou inherit too! Welcome to Paris. BERTRAM My thanks and duty are your majesty's. KING I would I had that corporal soundness now, As when thy father and myself in friendship First tried our soldiership! He did look far Into the service of

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