Not only is it dangerous for the patient to try and maneuver his walker up and down the stairs, it will also be painful. Since the patient lives alone and has limited contact with his son, he risks becoming completely isolated. He also jointly runs a bakery, which is located on the first floor of his apartment building, with his brother Karl. Therefore, Karl will be unavailable to help since he will be busy with the business and will not be receiving any help from Mr. Trosack. The apartment is also small and cluttered with spaces not suited for a walker.
Boo Radley Arthur “Boo” Radley was a shy/fearful man, who was brave enough to save Jem and Scout's lives, yet he remained a secluded individual from the rest of the Maycomb community. He was so shy (fearful) that no one knew if he was alive and well or not, because he would hide in his house all day and never come out. Everyone wondered whether or not he was ever going to come out. Some people even made up rumors or lies about why he hid in his house. Jem, Scout, and Dill even made up a play or story about Boo and why he was hiding away his house.
He got to his house and Joel took him up to his room ere they could talk in private. Joel didn’t have much time to talk because it was almost supper but Joel still doesn’t know about the job because they were talking about Samson while they were in his room. At supper they ate in peace but then Joel’s dad started to question him he blew and went on a tangent about the Romans and got kicked out of the house and didn’t complete his mission. Daniel was embarrassed and angry that he had failed so on his way back he ran into a roman while drinking water and Daniel gave the horse water and gave the man the same water so he kicked the bowl out of his hand. That made Daniel furious so he hurled the bowl at the Romans face and dashed away but while he was running he got nicked with a spear and hid in house for a while.
One day his teacher gives him a letter and tells him not to read it until he got home, John was worried because his teacher never told him to read a letter at home before because he does not like John because most of the fights that John gets in are in school. He went home and went straight up to his room, he opened the letter and it said that John has been expelled from his school and that he gets to finish out the week; he went downstairs to tell his mom but when he was downstairs he saw his father lying on the couch and vomiting profusely, right next to him was his
If this essay was different and showed that Phil loved his family, he came home on time for dinner and left after everyone was out of the house. It wouldn’t show that he was a “company man” it would show that he is a caring father and showed his wife and kids what a real father is. Phil should make time to be with his family instead of working all day and not coming home so late at night. Is the company man synonymous for a workaholic? Yes, I think that the company man was a workaholic and didn’t have anytime for his family and that’s why his children were always silent around him and him and his wife had a divorce.
Guests, Wanted and Unwanted A guest is a very important variable in any storyline. With the inclusion of a guest in the stories “Cathedral” and “Hell-Heaven”, the authors allow for an interesting clash of character between the hosts and the guests. How the hose receives their guest will be the first topic of this essay. Robert is a “late forties, heavy-set, balding man with stooped shoulders, as if he carried a great weight there” (Carver 95). Robert had worked with the narrator’s wife ten years prior to the planned visit to their house.
After bringing Ben back to the house the children started to stay away from the house. Jane was quiet and to herself but went to her friends house after school. Paul did come home but he was often in tears, whined alot and stared for long hours at nothing. He was too thin because of his malnutritioned appatite. He didnt concentrate on important things, he daydreemed and mooned restlesly.The problem with Paul was that he didn’t have a mother at the time when he was growing, which is why he turned out this way.
He states that he cant tell lies, yet he tells his father that he wont carry on with investigation and as soon as Mrs Alexander lets him know that she has some information about his investigation, then he turns straight back too it. He explains that the reason he left her before is because ‘she went inside and he didn’t know what to do’. This shows that although he can be quite clever at times, autism still plays a major part in the chapter. He doesn’t know how to socialise with anyone so he simply walked away without saying goodbye because he doesn’t know the good meaning of manners or social equilibriums. To conclude
Further, everyday interactions and communication have little meaning for him. As he doesn’t like others touching him, when the police officer holds his arm he retaliates by hitting him. He also lacks awareness of other people’s emotions, and doesn’t understand his father’s angry question, “What the hell were you doing poking around her garden?” However, when it is necessary Christopher is able to demonstrate independence of thought and action, despite the challenges he faces. When he discovers his mother is alive he travels to London to find her, yet while he is on a train he climbs into the luggage shelf and stays there because he feels safe. On another occasion he sits paralyzed with anxiety for five hours but refuses to abandon his quest.
Even hand washing the car was a turn on to Nathaniel. His father also encouraged him to see a therapist to help him deal with how others might view him and how to deal with the ridicule. Because of his addiction he cannot have a serious relationship with a member of the opposite sex nor does he have a desire too. He has a hard time dealing with any situation if Chase is out of his site for more than 24 hours and rarely lets anyone else drive him. He gets extremely upset and brought to tears at the thought of something happening to Chase, and them not being able to be together any more.