Most people are, Scout, when you finally see them.-Atticus Finch, 3, 15 Angelica Barrett Parent Contrast Essay 18396868 Atticus vs. Bob vs. Walter Atticus Finch, Bob Ewell, and Walter Cunningham all have the same role of being a father. All of their parenting techniques are different. Each parent has different ideas of what it is to be a parent. From the beginning, Atticus has always treated his children with respect. He is a very kind father but stays stern with his kids.
If you are raised with neglectful parents, you wouldn’t have a proper mentor to tell you what’s right and wrong, so that could cause you to do bad things and lose your innocence. Also, if you are raised with abusive and drunk parents, it could cause you to resent and hate them. An example of someone like that would be Johnny; he hates his parents so much that he refused his mother to let her see him in the hospital. “I've got a RIGHT to see him! He's my son!
In Frank’s younger years, he has been very obedient with his parents. When his parents tell him what to do, he would do as instructed without questioning (though he was very curious and asked a lot of questions). In the quote you can tell Frank felt disgusted with his father. This is one of the first times the reader will see Frank starting to form opinions for
Jess isn’t safe at school, nobody wants to talk to him and he was terribly raped by school football players. Jess wasn’t safe while working in the factory, because everybody wanted to find something from him and tease him as a joke. The time they found he had “close relationship” with another female worker, Jess was asked to leave the factory. Jess was always the target of police men when they wash up gay bars. He most likely got beaten up or his life can be at risk.
Darl is also brings humiliation for Anse because other townsfolk are always talking about Darl and how strange he is. His parents aren’t the only ones who have a troubled relationship with Darl. Jewel absolutely hates his brother Darl. Darl frequently torments his younger brother giving reason for Jewel to shun Darl. Dewey Dell hates Darl because she can’t keep any secrets from him, because he can look at her and know what she’s hiding.
They include having many failures, not having any close friends, and the loss of his younger brother Allie. Since his many failures at school, Holden has been in a downward spiral that will eventually lead to his mental break down. Not being able to talk to any close friends makes Holden’s depression much worse. Holden thinks that he should be dead instead of his brother Allie which does not help with his depression. If Holden’s parents had let him go to a school near his apartment he might have been able to establish a few long term relationships.
Holden’s point of view also affects his life greatly. He views people as boring and “phony”. This causes people to see him as weird and insane. No one wants to be around him. This makes him lonely and isolated, which negatively affects his
The author writes this story about the two brothers that grow up together into two different ways of other. The two completely different lives of two brothers contribute to the story as being safe and taking risk. The narrator is the older brother who grows up into a good future. He lives in a good house and has a stable job as being a math teacher. Also, the older brother is one of the respectable family men who always put his family as one of the top priority of his life.
He did not learn social skills and did not developed attachments. His behavior during his first 12 years varied. His teachers viewed him as unruly and difficult. His peers scorned him and teased him about his unkempt appearance and smell. At home, he lived in fear of his mother and resented his father for not helping him.
He also learns a lesson about humility in the process. Miss Maudie is proud of her neighbor, and she recognizes his value to the community. Bob Ewell and others don’t like him because he is defending a negro. i. Atticus as a father: Atticus is a father because he cares, loves, protects, and teaches his children. ''If you'll concede the necessity of going to school, we'll go on reading every night just as we always have.