Matt knows how much Tam Lin loved him, because of the way he treated him. Tam Lin knows El Patron very well and he started noticing how Matt was different from El Patron. Tam Lin guided Matteo to be a better person teaching him respect and morals so he didn’t become
George and Lenny’s relationship is mainly like a man with his dog/child. This Is mainly due to the way Lenny acts and his simplistic mind.however even though George gets frustrated at Lennie, the y care for each other very much which plays to the interest of STeinback. Steinbeck presents George and Lenny’s relationship as child looking up to an adult this is shown when “Lennie imitated him, raising his head to do to see whether he was doing it right”. The phrase explains the way that Lennie always believes George and will follow him to the end. The use of George as a role model shows us how innocent Lennie is as role models are usually associated with a child coping an adult.
Although he was scared, he still imagined other survivors as good peoples. After a few encounters, he learned who the “bad guys” were and how dangerous they are. Still he did not lose fate on humanity. As he interacted with more people, he somehow learned to sense and distinguishes good and bad people. Although the father's caution was justified and probably saved both of their lives numerous times, the boy probably saved his own life by trusting the man he met at the end of the book.
The best example is Ralph and Jack, when they are willing to do everything to be the leader. Overall there is a big difference between them. In other words, Jack fails to realize the boys need security, stability and order in their society. In William Golding's novel, Lord of the Flies Ralph though not the stronger person, demonstrates a better understanding of people than Jack, which gives him better leadership. Ralph shows useful human qualities as a leader by having attention to boys' society.
Being exposed to situations of adversity a boy his age would not usually have to face, Jack yearns to meet the expectations of society in the 1950’s, especially that of manhood. The expectations of males in the 1950’s era was to be masculine and the dominant figure of the house. The men Jack looked up to as role models where men who had been to war and owned guns. Although it is easy to see in the first passage what a poor person Roy is, from his attempts of ‘threats and occasional brutality’ to make sure Rosemary held her ‘place’, it is clear Tobias presents his younger self as blinded by Roy being ‘what a man should be’. Furthermore Jack’s use of the word ‘should’ instead of could or would, to describe Roy, signifies how, at that point, Jack thinks that all other forms of manhood, other than Roy’s, is not correct .
The reason why the narrator wouldn’t help Doodle down before he touched his casket was because he wanted to show him who was in control. On the other hand, the narrator also shows his pride in a more positive light when he encourages Doodle to keep trying even though he fails repeatedly, “‘Oh yes you can, Doodle,’ I said. ‘All you got to do is try. Now come on,’ and I hauled him up once more” (Hurst 776). The narrator does appear to be the normal supportive big brother, until he states the real reason why Doodle walked, “Doodle walked only because I was ashamed of having a crippled brother” (Hurst 777).
Terry’s relationships with the people in his life such as his brother Charley, Edie and Father Barry, help him to realise that Johnny Friendly’s practices are unjust and that Terry’s conscience was right all along. The love he receives from Edie encourages Terry to stand up and challenge. However, it is not just love that transforms Terry into a leader. Terry’s motivation to change his mind and eventually speak the truth is the result of a shift in his conscience which was sparked by the confidence he gained from Edie’s love and support, the influence of Father Barry and the love he had for his brother Charley. Edie’s love and kindness towards Terry encouraged him to see life differently without death and violence.
This example of nurture is perfect because Victor says that he is not born with these traits of patience, charity, and self- control. Through nurture from his parents he could be taught these rewarding skills and traits to better him as a human being. Another instance of nurture is, “I had gazed upon the fortifications and impediments that seemed to keep human beings from entering the citadel of nature, and rashly and ignorantly I had repined”, (Shelley 21). Right after this quote in the book Victor begins to talk about how rewarding it is to self- teach and have a good head on his shoulders because of his father and mother. The next example of
Therefore, I do believe fathers are necessary for children’s well-being. They have an influential and constructive impact upon the growth and health of children. Children who has a father who is involved are more likely to be expressively confident. Confident enough to explore their surroundings, and, as they grow older, have better social connections with peers. Children, who have both parents are less likely to get into much trouble as far as school or in the streets or influenced by their peers.
How was all this possible? He had positive influences around him causing him to be shaped into a smart, successful young man. His family deeply cared about his success and did not want to see failure in his future. In contrast, the other Wes Moore did not have many positive influences in his life. His influence was his brother Tony that was “the closest thing he had to a role model” (page 72) Tony was a troubled child and their mother would depend on him to talk Wes out of drug dealing and fighting when Tony did those activities himself.