Unlike London, the people there aren't that familiar with beggars. They avoid getting too close, and walk away when they ask for change. The police in Bradford clean up the areas, and when getting relocated constantly, it makes it difficult to get proper sleep. He wasn't out every night, back then. Once or twice a week, he would show up at his sister's place, where he could get a bath, a meal and a decent night's sleep.
Just like any other family he had a mother, a father, and two older brothers. But, after a while things turn horrid. Dave most certainly did not live in paradise anymore, far, far from it actually. While his father is making a living working as a firefighter his mother turns to alcohol, this is when she starts to treat Dave like the family pet that nobody loved. She forced him to sleep in the garage.
However, for someone who was so terrible at school he would entertain himself and others by writing silly stories and poems. Nobody really had any high expectations for Robert Munsch and everyone including himself thought he would not amount to anything special. Robert Munsch did not know what he wanted to do with his life. He went from job to job and even studied to become a priest, but nothing ever seemed right. While working in a daycare center trying to get the kids to be quiet he started telling them stories.
As he gets older though Rodriquez starts to become an outsider not only from friends but also from his family. But he didn’t care, the only thing he cared about and cherished was his education and his life goals of being successful. Richard Rodriquez came from a lower/middle class family that did not know how to read or speak English. As a child if he had a problem with his homework his parents wouldn’t be able to help him because they couldn’t even read the directions. So he felt that they were uneducated and stupid.
“When I reached the third grade, I out grew such behavior. I became more tactful, careful to keep separate the two very different worlds of my day”. Because his family did not understand his love for learning and its intensity, his family would tease him; his siblings calling “Hey four eyes” when he carried so many books he could not handle them; his mother asking “what do you see in your books?”. By the third grade he was learning to keep the two very different worlds separate, he did not ask his family for help, he hid under his bed to read and stopped trying to teach his parents proper English. Despite all the teasing, he still felt safe, secure and happy at home.
He was not in there for too long because Mr.Radley had to bring him back home so he would not die from the mold growth. When Boo left that basement, he would never see society again. While Boo was chained up in his own house, rumors passed were around town about him. People became terrified of Boo because of stories and lies told about him. He was only a victim of the insanity his parents put him through from being isolated from society.
he never had a chance to meet one of his brothers seeing as the brother had died at a young age, although he never got to meet his brother it still could of left him intellectually puzzled about the past. Social: he lived in a house with a small room with pollution which could have left him self-conscious. Spiritual: his mother was Jehovah’s Witness which could mean that the background he is from was quite grounded, strict and looked out for high expectations. Positive Effects: Physical: the more he grew he became stronger and his lifestyle made him more active travelling from country to country and
“Here comes the carnival,” they’d say. They weren’t able to keep themselves clean on their way into town because they had to go by dirt road. Being ostracized, they were shunned by society as nothings and ridiculed. They worked so hard and tried to keep up with school but would be way too tired, they fell asleep in class and would get sent home with notes about being inattentive. This wasn’t their fault.
As Eddie grew older and High School was around the corner, he was then set with another hardship of starting fresh. He moved to another school district which was a small tight knit community that already had their social hierarchy in place. Eddie was classified as the “new kid” in school, and was shunned. Eddie then became very fond of just going to school and going right home and not trying to socialize with anyone. He then did not apply himself to school, and his grades plummeted.
Due to his mums alcohol addiction she was often either drunk or hung over. With his mum unable to keep a table job the rent often went unpaid which let to being evicted yet again. Being the only carer and feeling that he had a responsibility to car for his mother saw NAME dedicating most of his time taking care of his mum and the house. With little free time and no support, school work was rarely completed which resulted in poor results at school. Between all the physical and mental abuse from both parents and the poor school results, NAME managed to push through and successfully complete year 10.