So you won’t be able to concentrate which means you won’t get a good job because you will not have any qualifications. Michael Jackson didn’t really have a good childhood Negative Effects: Physical: his father used to beat him, which could if left him with bruises and sprains etc. Intellectual: because of his upcoming career, he didn’t really attend school, as it would have been too hard for him to balance everything out, so he missed out on a lot of education. Emotional: his father used to beat him which could have left him UN confident. he never had a chance to meet one of his brothers seeing as the brother had died at a young age, although he never got to meet his brother it still could of left him intellectually puzzled about the past.
Focusing only on the present, results in Sutter’s inability to make future plans, or have dreams, "why start a family when families get torn apart." Sutter has no positive role models. He is freaked out by the thought of entering the adult world, so he does everything to avoid it, alcohol becomes, both friend and family for Sutter. When something good comes along. He does not think he deserves it.
Another flaw which Ethan has is his lack in ability to communicate with the people around him. His final flaw is that Ethan Frome does not stand up for himself and it almost leads to a dire conclusion. Ethan has had many problems throughout his whole life, but his biggest problem was that he married Zeena. From that point on his life has been completely different. From the point where Zeena came into his life to help Ethan out with his parents his life changed.
The author suffered from many consequences as he was getting older. First, the lost of his father, which had a big impact on him because of the lack of parental support. Then, due to the consequences of just having one parent at home, Wes began having trouble with the school which led him to get involved in risky incidents, like trouble with the law and school. Although, the author was surrounded by many negative factors that caused him to not care about him and his family. His mother Joy, wanted to make a change in him because she knew that Wes was not
Eddie’s father was a drunk and never showed any affection. When Eddie came home from the war, he was injured. His father yelled and tried to hit him, Eddie so happened to block it and never speak to his father again. Ruby, the third person Eddie meets in Heaven, teaches him to let go of anger and forgive his father. Another conflict is the conflict between Eddie and himself.
Both parents seem to have an obsession with wealth and with keeping up the appearance that wealth provides, the narrator says “although they lived in style, they felt always an anxiety in the house. There was never enough money” (151). But Lawrence takes very little time to develop the character of Paul’s father and what is known is through the eyes of the mother who’s disgust fuels Paul’s desires. Lawrence describes the father as someone “who was always very handsome and expensive in his tastes, seemed as if he never would be able to do anything worth doing” (151). This description is simplistic, it only allows us to see that he too has expensive tastes that do not match the income he is providing.
Mr. Dunne is not a super teacher. To begin with, Mr. Dunne is not a super teacher because of his rebel life style. A serious drug addiction takes him away from living a normal life. Going out late at night and coming to school the next day with a hangover become’s a routine that puts his job on the line. Mr. Dunne is offered help to change his drug habit but believes rehab will not work for him.
These people all face troubles in their everyday lives, and are treated unfairly. Elderly people are viewed as worthless and this is not fair. Candy was the elderly person in the novel who feared for his future. This was because he was aging and showing signs of weakness, and he wasn’t sure if the boss was going to let him keep his job for much longer. Candy did however have compensation for losing his arm, which he had kept saved encase he needed it.
He not only uses views of others to hold back Jude but creates a complex chain of events to destroy any opportunity of being successful. Many critics of his time were offended by Hardy’s book, and it received horrendous reviews for contesting the norms of modern society at that time. Jude grew up an orphan living with his aunt in a small working class town. At this time working class children were not exposed to school or any education. They usually followed the footsteps of their fathers and took up their father’s profession.
Things Fall Apart Essay “Perhaps down in his heart Okonkwo was not a cruel man. But his whole life was dominated by fear, the fear of failure and of weakness” (Pg.13) Things Fall Apart, written by Chinua Achebe, is a story about a man who's life is dominated by fear. Since his childhood he was ashamed of his father. His father shared a low reputation in the village because he never worked. “In his day he (Unoka) was lazy and improvident and was quite incapable of thinking about tomorrow” (Pg.4).