A gutless fucking wonder!’ When Blacky explains to his father about the storm, Bob insults him rather than swallow his pride and takes his son’s advice on board. The relationship that is shared between Blacky and his father has negatively impacted Blacky’s self-esteem so much that it has led to him not having faith in his own father and to expect no support. During the novel, the desertion that Bob shows toward his son leads Blacky to be more independent, and he learns to expect no support from his father, as he cannot rely on Bob to look after him. The grand final, and Dumby Red’s funeral are examples of when Gary seeks his father’s input,
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.
While both Mel Gibson's and David Tennant's versions of Hamlet were both depressed and lamenting in their scene there were some major differences. In Gibson's he walked around, and moves during the soliloquy and he tries to "act out" the scene. By doing this he tries to show his emotions through the way he acts, by the way he kneels by the tombstone (which was a difference in the two variations), and he paces around the room. Gibson also Speaks with a “European” accent which is what you would expect Hamlet to speak in. Tennant on the other hand tried to show this through by being so depressed he won't even move.
Both honest mistakes that he didn’t even know he made. The ignorance shown towards Lennie in the novel was due to the time period and the people’s lack of knowledge. People in the story like “The boss” just thought that Lennie wasn’t smart because he just didn’t talk much unless it was to his best friend George. There was ignorance in Raymond because his brother thought that he could remove Ray from his schedules at his home and take him with him. The Ignorance was that Ray needed those schedules or he will have a fit.
Troy’s relationship with his father was not as good as it could have been because his father seemed like he did not care about his children and that all he was worried about was “getting [the] bales of cotton” to his boss (Wilson, 852.) Troy’s father accepted his responsibility towards Troy and made sure he had what he needed to survive, but he did not treat him the way Troy thought he should have been treated. Because of the type of relationship he had with his father Troy ended up treating his children the same way since that was all he knew whether he wanted to admit it or not. Also his father was an evil man that nobody could stand. His father was so evil he ran off Troy’s mother when Troy was “about eight” (Wilson, 852).
Christopher sees and experiences things much differently that other people. He has a very hard time with distinguishing facial expressions, sarcasm, and he has a very difficult time understanding other people's logic. He also fantasizes about being the only person left on the earth and he avoids people at most costs. I absolutely think that Christopher has a disability because none of the things listed above would be considered “normal” behavior. Most people would go
As mentioned above, Willy reflects Biffs’ failure in business as a reflection of his own dreams of succeeding although he only succeeded for a short while in his life. Also, the affair that Willy was in might have affected Biff and made him unable to keep a job. Willy has such insecurities with betrayal and himself that not only does he believe his family betrays him but also people on the outside too. His boss, for example, just because his boss fired him, Willy takes it as a form of betrayal even though he tells him, “there’s no room for betrayal in the business
He expresses great anger with his son. At first, he is in denial but then comes to the realization that this situation was sadly true. Willy in many parts of the play is angry with himself because he views himself as a failure. His life, as we see it, is filled with unfulfilled dreams and self-deceptions. He tends to live too much in his past and let his failures creep up on him and make a mess of him.
He describes him like a thin, pale, indefinite wraith. There is a part of Charlie that feels uncomfortable, or unsafe because he can’t look for safety with both of his parents. Also his father’s dislike and indefinite movements made Charlie a little scared. He never new where he was, and sometimes it was in the middle of the night. In spite of that, he can still see some things they have in common, and Charlie’s love for his father is not seen until his father is in a difficult situation.