And Torvald, on the contrary, is unable to comprehend this nude fact. It was already mentioned, that both men earn enough money to provide for their families. Torvald Helmer is a prosperous lawyer, he seems to be a law abiding good-doer; Walter Younger is a driver, but he dreams of opening liquor store, hoping to earn money and improve the living conditions of his family. Torvald feels himself to be the head of the family, he patronizes everything. He takes pleasure in positioning authority at home, as well as, at his bank.
Gatsby’s plan of making a fortune is born when he is an assistant to a ship captain. He experienced the life of luxury and makes a pledge to himself that his life goal is to become elite and wealthy. Walter Younger’s inspiration to become rich was rooted from his current financial situation, “I’m thirty-five years old; I been married eleven years and I got a boy who sleeps in the living room … and all I got to give him is stories about how rich white people live” (I.ii.22). Walter’s frustration stimulates an interest in becoming wealthy to impress his family. He experiences vexation because he is unable to provide his family with basic living essentials, like a bed.
His dad could sell anything, it was an innate trait he had, but Tommy Boy didn’t seem to have the skills. After the death of Tommy Boy`s dad, the family business is in need of some major sales. In desperation, Tommy Boy is sent on the road to make the annual sales trip. Tommy Boy and his road companion Richard Hayden learn a lot of hard lessons before they learn how to successfully convince a client. Here, are five things we can learn from this untraditional sales team.
Desperate to make his father proud Chris dropped everything to move back home to Michigan. He restablished the reputation and cliental of Crownline Glass and turned it into the most successful glasss distributors in the country. Christophers father despite coming back to work, was reluctant of the changes chris made and didn’t seem proud of his son. Chris took some time off to find his only love in life, Nicole. Even though she was engaged the reuniting of them was
They didn’t know how to save money or spend it in a more convenient way to keep some extra cash for the long run. That is what hurt them; they started buying houses for the whole family, cars for everyone whatever mike and his wife wanted they got. And with his love for
Beneatha hates assimilationist because they show no pride or respect in for their heritage. Walter may act like a fool at times but he may have more pride than any of the Youngers. He shows that he proud of his family when he says; " We have decided to move into our house because my father-my father- he earned it for us brick by brick". Pg.148 This shows his pride because he is talking about how his father worked himself to death just to keep his family alive. The Youngers may lose hope at times but they will never lose their
Walters dream is to invest in a liquor store with the money his mother is acquiring from the insurance company. Walter also wants to have the money so that he can afford things for his family. However; the rest
Randy is a male filling the roles of both father and husband. As a father, Randy wants to be there for his children. As he indicated, he does not want to be a weekend father; he wants to be a full time dad. As a husband, Randy wants to provide for his family in the most efficient way possible. To him, wasting money on two residences for their family of four does not make much sense, especially when he wants his family there with him.
His older brother even asked him for money to buy dad something nice for father’s day he was hesitant and only have him 1/5 of his earnings, only a nickel because he wanted new cards. His brother said "it's Pa's birthday tomorrow. I think we ought to chip in and buy him something..." he replied, "Aw, come on," I protested. "I haven't got a single
Wilson Lewis faces conflict with his relationships between his wife, his kids, and even himself. Lewis wants to be a better husband, but he is afraid he will not be able to make up for his past mistakes. When Lewis forgets his twenty-ninth anniversary his wife, Jane, is absolutely devastated. Soon after the anniversary is forgotten, Jane leaves to go to New York to spend a few weeks away from Wilson Lewis with their children. In this time apart Lewis spends quality time with Jane’s father, Noah Calhoun, and its Noah’s advice that helps Wilson to deviate the ideal plan.