The only person Huck could relate to was his friend Tom Sawyer; unfortunately Tom wasn’t the best role model for Huck. Huck’s father was a drunk that was never there when he needed him. Pap, Huck’s father, was extremely selfish; instead of being happy for Huck, Pap would always try to put him down. Pap didn’t like the fact that Huck was in school. Pap thought Huck was trying to out do him, "You've put on considerable many frills since I been away.
Biff has come home because he has just been released from jail, has no job and has nowhere to go.Why does willy get so angry at howard? Willy is so angry at howard because willy was once promised(by howards father) a position that willy now needs, however in the present howard is unwilling to offer willy such a position. Willy is also angry because howard fires willy.What is the point of Willy’s talking about Dave Singleman to Howard?Willy tells howard about dave singleman because dave was willy’s inspiration. Willy tells howard about dave to try and show howard that he can still to be useful in an office position despite his old age.Why does willy get so angry at Bernard?Willy gets so upset at Bernard because Bernard asks him about what happened in boston with biff. This makes willy feel guilty as he was caught by biff in boston having an affair, which resulted in biff not attending summer school and flunking school altogether.
Rather than dwell in the regrets of his past, he welcomes the memories into his imagination and the outcome of his life’s work. He says, “I think of myself not as a soldier anymore. That’s all over. I think of myself as someone who now and then writes about the war” (O’Brien, “An Interview with Tim O’Brien”). O’Brien has overcome the dark days that he was a soldier by taking responsibility for the things he has done through storytelling.
In the book, George cared for Lennie and was always there for him. He would comfort Lennie and gave him a shoulder to cry on. In the movie, their friendship wasn’t as great as it was in the book. George was very annoyed of Lennie and hated him being around. He believed his life would have been better if Lennie never existed or never met each other because George believes Lennie holds him
Troy’s emotional warfare with himself unfairly holds Cory back from his obtainable dream. Troy would not let Cory play college football because of his own past experiences. Troy states, “I decided seventeen years ago that boy wasn’t getting involved in no sports. Not after what they did to me in sports” (Wilson 1535). As a result of his failure to make it to the baseball major leagues, Troy reflects his defeat on Cory, telling him he’ll never succeed because of the “white man”.
Stanley does finally express loyalty to his father when he tries to protect him by hiding the suicide note that Arthur had wrote confessing of his murder of Margaret. Family Loyalty isn’t strong in the Ellis family- Stanley had a difficult childhood and hates his mother for the way she treated him when he was younger. The Ellis family don’t have a very good relationship with each other, Loyalty
* ”The bottom line is, no one wants me.” * ”I’ve just felt too hopeless to talk to anyone. By using these to phrases Bryce seems to have no self-esteem at all. He has had a hard time finding a job. He hears that his former co-worker had been doing really well with his new job and it makes Bryce feel worse. Bryce will meet with Todd to find out what his former co-worker did six months ago to change his thoughts.
McCourt experienced the death of many of his family members, which were: his baby sister, Margaret and then his brother Oliver. Once Oliver died Eugene, his twin brother, was supposed to live on with life without having any memory, whatsoever, that his brother Oliver ever existed but the loss was too much to bare for Eugene and eventually “died anyway” (82). Having the loss of three family members must have been hard on Frank. Frank’s family always went for help at the St. Vincent de Paul Society because they always lacked money. The main reason why they lacked money was because his father, Malachy, would always waste the entire dole on alcohol.
He, his mother and sisters were parted at the camp and he has no hope to see them ever again. "Men to the left! Women to the right..."(pg 27). Elie’s father is old and weak and he realizes his father will not survive on his own. He also knows it may be too late to save him.
Where he tells us different things that the soldiers carried, and these could be an abstract explanation of their personalities. Lt. Jimmy Cross carries letters from his crush named Martha, he is constantly thinking about her and getting distracted when on missions. The lieutenant is the “master” and this character is a prime example of the outcome when you are immature to handle the responsibility. Another example is Ted Lavender; who is a scared young solider that calms him self with tranquilizers. Their young age is an instrument that intensifies their emotional