The narrator basked in the control he had over his brother. Because of the embarrassment the narrator felt about his brother, he became determined to make Doodle as normal as possible. Brother teaches Doodle how to walk, a kind act that improved Doodle’s quality of life. However, Brother’s intentions were bad, and he admits his pure selfish objectives when he says "And that Doodle walked only because I was ashamed of having a crippled
The intoxicated man was yelling at his wife and twisted her arm. That is unwanted contact and the intoxicated man can be found liable for guilty of that. Even though the intoxicated man and Jane are married, it is not okay for the intoxicated man to treat Jane that way. Domestic Battery charges could be brought up on the intoxicated man, since Jane and he are husband and wife focus on the tort – not the crime. Mr. McPhillen can also be sued for charged with the intentional torts of Assault and Battery.
He blames Charlie as the one who caused him to lose his boxing career and he also blames himself for his lack of bravery to act according to his own will. Despite all these, with the support and guidance of Father Barry and Edie, and finally the death of Charlie, Terry is awakened and is confident enough to fight like a contender in accordance to his conscience. His actions no longer depend on others and he finally wins the respect of the other longshoremen. Kazan clearly shows that Terry has his brother Charlie to blame for making him a bum. In the cabin, while Charlie is meant to bribe Terry with a job so that he would keep quiet about the deeds of the union, Terry expressed his disappointment in Charlie.
This changes the viewers reaction to Chris as at the start, he is very arrogant to his family, but these things shows how he can be compassionate. Another reaction to Chris' personality was his arrogance to his family. His parents looked after him and at the start offered him a car, but he was arrogant about the life he had. He threw it all away, traded the life so many would want for a life in the wild. He realises that his family and the people who were part of his journey cared for him but he rejects their love and goes to live alone.
Theme Work Tangerine- Things are not always what they seem. Paul sees things, but his parents seem to see the opposite. While Paul’s family sees Erik and thinks of him as a flawless football playing son, Paul sees him as a threat to everybody. In front of his parents, Erik acts like the perfect kind person, when really, he’s a horrible person that fights with people, robs houses, and whose personality is a turn off to everybody. Telling his parents what awful things Erik does won’t make them believe that, they will just have to find out for themselves when things get in bad shape.
This quote shows that the Cunninghams, while people of character and integrity, are unable to pay for monetary needs with money, but must instead use actions, in the form of favors and gifts. The Ewells, however, are a different beast entirely. They have a reputation for being ne’er-do-wells and bitter. This stems from Bob Ewell, who is horribly suffering from alcoholism and doesn’t very much care for people in general. He will do anything for money, as made apparent by his suing Tom Robinson for rape, simply because he knows he’ll win the case by sheer fact of his race.
He’s too old and ultimately he is losing his mind. Willy’s constant flashbacks and hallucinations begin to get the better of him. But he refuses to admit what is beginning to happen. Willy’s wife goes to her sons because of their fathers’ behavior. She tells them of the noose found in the basement, and also of how Willy has been getting into car ‘accidents.’ She begins to cry and tell Biff and Happy that Willy may not have been the most perfect father or husband or businessman, but he was a good guy and that “attention must be paid.” Clearly his whole family is affected by Willy’s recent behavior and willy can start to recognize this.
Philip Gerrido was a sick man, and obviously had a problem that he couldn’t control. Gerrido was a rapist. He and his wife knew it was wrong, but kidnapped Jaycee anyways. As much as I hate to say it, Jaycee was a slave to Gerrido. At first, he handcuffed her, but gave her more freedom, as he thought that Jaycee “earned” his trust.
Amir would rather his father love him and be proud of him for one day than help his best friend from getting raped. Amir was selfish and unappreciative. After Hassan got raped, the relationship between him and Amir changed for the worst. Amir did another terrible thing by framming Hassan. This was the last time Amir saw Hassan because after Hassan and his father left, Amir and Baba moved to America.