Bob Ewell like Atticus is a white single parent and he is infamous for being the town’s white drunk trash. Bob is not a responsible parent, he is always losing his job and because of this his children suffer. Bob fails also to teach his children wrong from right because he makes Mayella lie in court which subsequently causes the death of an innocent man. He doesn’t have affection or even take care of his children obviously because on Scout’s first day of school his son is asked to leave because he has lice. Bob Ewell has no morals; he discriminates against blacks and even hits his own daughter.
Also, her lack of intelligence has left her with no job and an inability to get a job. In the story, there are many reasons contributing to Jean’s feeling of emptiness and difficulty in her life. To begin, her husband, Ross feels as though he has married beneath himself, and he does not love her anymore. Their marriage was most likely caused by Jean getting pregnant with their son, which made Ross feel like he had to marry her out of force. In the story, Ross specifically tells their son, Kevin that he should try not to marry beneath himself because he will end up stuck in the same situation as him.
Carl is often shifted to his Auntie Beryl’s house which she doesn’t treat him with respect or kindness. “Who would love you if your own mother doesn’t?” Therefore Carl has a very low self-esteem and he feels very abandoned and lonely. He also feels that his mother did not love him and that he is in her way of doing what she wants to do. He is a very sad, lonely and confused fifteen year old teenager. Slowly we see Carl standing up for himself and his brother Harley.
This then incites pity and fear into the audience. The audience can feel the pain of Buck’s breakup and they could relate. Maizey and Miles are soon attached to Uncle Buck, but the eldest daughter Tia cannot stand to know she is even related to Uncle Buck in the beginning of the movie. Uncle Buck and Tia resemble the tragic heroes in the movie. A tragic hero is a “great man who is neither a paragon of virtue and justice nor undergoes the change to misfortune through any real badness or wickedness but because of some mistake.” Tia bullied her parents seeming superior to everyone getting her way with everything, but when Uncle
At the start of text, Atticus is perceived as an un-fit parent and having a bad influence on his children, Jem and Scout, because of his ways of living. Atticus took it up to himself to teach the children how to read, to who later the responder find that one of the children’s teachers are extremely displeased with. Atticus, being a lawyer, was one of the few lawyers
And lastly, Tyrone resents taking on a family, because it kept him from making his “big break” as an actor. In the beginning it is obvious to see that the Tyrone family lives differently than most other families. For one their house has many unused and unlived in rooms. On top of that the family is always in a tailspin of emotions. One minute joking and teasing and the next fighting and yelling.
His father was very laid back and accomplished nothing in life and Okonkwo hated him for it. Okonkwo’s eldest son Nwoye is lazy and weak from an early age. Okonkwo’s fear of his father’s laziness rubbing off on his son Nwoye changes Okonkwo from hero to villain when he beats him to make himself more masculine. What he thinks is helping his family is actually causing pain. Okonkwo’s wives are often beaten for the simplest of things, sometimes even for not explaining to him where they have gone.
What do you think went wrong in George and Robin’s Marriage? Why was Robin drawn to George again? -The reason George and Robin’s marriage went bad was because George forgot how to love, respect, and keep himself happy. He always considered himself a house and he hated the house that he lived in. He didn’t become happy again until he tore down the old house that he hated and
His wives, especially the youngest, lived in perpetual fear of his fiery temper, and so did his little children.” This demonstrates the fear his family feels towards him. Later in chapter three his anger gets him in trouble when he disobeys the village and beats his wife during the week of peace. This is demonstrated in the book when it states, “And when she returned he beat her very heavily. In his anger he had forgotten that it was the Week of Peace.” After this event his fellow clansmen began to think less of him. Additionally, the novel continues to tell the story of Okonkwo and his family.
Firstly, Mr. Hunderts decision to remove Martin in the standings causes Martins personal integrity to scar, leaving him in a state of self-loathing and shame. For the remainder of his life, the effects of his loss remained a token of his shame. Secondly, his loss had caused his future success to be in jeopardy, for, his self-esteem, sense of accomplishment; sense of self worth and disappointment from his father had caused a major roadblock in the decision making of his future potential. Thirdly, had the teacher not committed and immoral act, then the student that had been given Martins place in the standings would not have felt the pressure to cheat once, hence losing the competition and later on asking for a rematch. Both