He can never hold down a job and develops a kleptomania habit. He dreams of working on a ranch, but he sees that dream as unacceptable because it is not the life his father wants for him. For much of his life, he blames his father for his failures while simultaneously trying to live up to his expectations. Because
She called Atticus a “nigger-lover” just like how Tittle’s wife disagree with him playing football again right after he recovered his injuries from the past. To me, Aunt Alexandra was rude because that was an insult unlike Tittle’s wife who just disagreed with what he is going to do. Even though Atticus know that he might lose everything helping out the black client with his trial, he still helps him just like now Tittle know that he might lose his life playing football with such injuries but he still plays. This is not only courage to me but also brave to me because I would never be able to do what Tittle and Atticus did. Tittle is brave enough and be like Atticus who betted
This in turn causes more friction between the two instead of creating the connection that Cory hopes for. Cory begins to lose respect for his father when he finds out that Troy went to the coach and told him that Cory could no longer play football. Cory believes that the reason his father keeps saying no to football is because Troy is jealous of Cory when he tells Troy, “Just cause you didn’t have a chance! You just scared I’m gonna be better than you, that’s all” (442). With each argument Cory has with Troy, he
A gutless fucking wonder!’ When Blacky explains to his father about the storm, Bob insults him rather than swallow his pride and takes his son’s advice on board. The relationship that is shared between Blacky and his father has negatively impacted Blacky’s self-esteem so much that it has led to him not having faith in his own father and to expect no support. During the novel, the desertion that Bob shows toward his son leads Blacky to be more independent, and he learns to expect no support from his father, as he cannot rely on Bob to look after him. The grand final, and Dumby Red’s funeral are examples of when Gary seeks his father’s input,
As a father now, he carries this baggage with him into the marriage and mostly in matters concerning his son Cory. Cory is headed for a football scholarship. Troy can see himself in Cory. Troy believes that Cory will be heading for a lifetime of disappointment just like he was when he was placed in the Negro Leagues. His inability to see that things have changed now and that the world is different for Cory destroys his relationship with his son.
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Likely a result of these early experiences, Willy develops a fear of abandonment, which makes him want his family to conform to the American Dream. His efforts to raise perfect sons, however, reflect his inability to understand reality. The young Biff, whom Willy considers the embodiment of promise, drops Willy and Willy’s zealous ambitions for him when he finds out about Willy’s adultery. Biff’s ongoing inability to succeed in business furthers his estrangement from Willy. When, at Frank’s Chop House, Willy finally believes that Biff is on the cusp of greatness, Biff shatters Willy’s illusions and, along with Happy, abandons the
A Victim of self destructiveness What leads a person to self destructiveness? The play Fences by August Wilson is about the character Troy Maxson who believed in self created illusions which leads to many conflicts with friends and family. In the play Fences, August Wilson creates the character Troy Maxson who is a victim of self destructiveness because of past actions, conflict with family, living in the past, living in a self-created world, and losing everything. Troy Maxson’s past contributes to him being a victim of self destructiveness because it made him who he was as a person. He did not have the best life growing up because of the problems he encountered.
At the end of this section you should be able to answer the following questions and be able to successfully devise a plan in response to the outcome: * What are my goals? * Where does my time go? * Where SHOULD my time go? * What changes can I make to use my time better? How do I start managing my time?