Because of his over-reliance of his parents, he thinks everything is their fault; his anger is uncontrollable and he barely has any respect for anything. 'Irresponsible.' What's the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear that word? Someone who lies and tries to cover his or her mistakes? Someone who blames everyone else for the consequences of their actions?
He beats his son Ricky when something is wrong and he gets angry at him. He has a big collection of Nazi stuff from the war and a lot of guns that he cares a lot for. He does not trust anybody really and in the end of the movie he really shows us he is in to men. He is very aggressive, and think Ricky is gay and on drugs. Ricky Fitts The protagonist, in this family.
Snopes the father is raging inside. The reason for his rage is the system that keeps failing him. Starting with taking his blood away from home and enslaving it as if they were not human and without any rights, to freeing them from slavery but not making it possible from them to be equal. Even to this day this is an issue in the Unites States and may people are still racist after so many years. The father’s way of fighting the system is mindless destruction, causing damage without any sense.
Huck is stolen away from his civilized home for the sake of money, and taken to live in a dreary shack with his abusive father. Pap is a dreadful man who is always treating Huck horribly and is constantly berating him. Pap was a wicked parent, an alcoholic, and his drunkenness regularly threatened Huck’s health. He was more concerned about money and alcohol than he was about Huck and was unquestionably a negative influence through the moral values that he taught Huck. “He said he'd cowhide me till I was black and blue if I didn't raise
On top of all the adversity Farrington has gone through during the day the alcohol brings out rage in Farrington to the point of beating his own son which simplifies down to more adversity in Farrington’s life. This amount of adversity in Farrington’s life consumes him which gives him a negatively
In the case of this play, the reader could argue that Eddie's tragic flaw is either denial or, to begin with, the incestuous feelings for his niece, Catherine. Most of the time, the damage caused by a tragic hero's downfall usually hurts not just himself but often his community and family around him are strongly affected as well. Once again, Eddie's betrayal does both of these things. Firstly, his community was affected because Marco shouted to all the neighbours in the surrounding scene that Eddie killed his children, or so he claimed. Marco made these claims because he was so furious at Eddie’s betrayal and hence wanted to make Eddie seem as a villainous character.
By the end of the story, the Misfit ends up killing the whole family. Even though the Misfit kills this family, he is not fully responsible for his actions. The Misfit kills because he has had a terrible childhood, he is mentally unstable, and he simply likes what he does. The Misfit is a killer, but may not be responsible for all of his actions because of his awful childhood. While he was a child his own father did not think he was normal, "My daddy said I was a different breed of dog from my brothers and sisters" (O'Connor).
These impressions quickly placed stereotypes among them; Andy being the jock, Claire the popular princess, Bender the thief, Alison the psychopath, and the “Brian” being the genius. After spending the day with all these different personalities, Andy reminisces a time he beat up another guy to make himself feel bigger and tougher amongst his friends. He soon realized what a mistake it had been, understanding how difficult it would be for him to go home and face his father. Andy has been through the torment of never being good enough in his father’s eyes and he