Finally perry’s parents split, which can also to lead to problems in children's lives, he travels with his mother and siblings to san Francisco where he constantly gets in trouble to which he blames it on having, “no rule or discipline, or anyone to show me right from wrong" (54). He ended up in a series of orphanages where he was severely beat and traumatized for wetting the bed. One nun at the orphanage would “ fill a tub with ice cold water, put me in it, and hold me under until I was blue.” Capote intends to provoke the audience's sympathy for Perry by including his terrible childhood experiences to explain his violent manner as well as provide reasoning to commit the crime he did. Perry has many examples of how his brutal life experiences cause his violent behavior. Perry has many sociopathic characteristics including, lack of moral responsibility or social conscience, erratic behavior, rage and anger, ability form a particular relationship to one person, crimes are usually spontaneous.
Tom not only stays with his mother and sister well into adulthood but he also does not pursue a wife, a well paying job or a family of his own. Instead Tom dreams of a life that is more: a life filled with exploration, like the ones in the movies he adores. Throughout the play, Tom argues with his mother, drinks heavily and goes to the movies to forget about his problems. In this melancholy life filled with dissatisfaction he finds comfort in his sister who is shy, sweet and undeserving of the harshness life has thrown as her. In the third scene after he argues with his mother and accidentally knocks over Laura’s trinkets he regains his cool and “drops awkwardly to his knees to collect the fallen glass, glancing over at Laura as if he would speak but couldn’t”.
My mother was struggling hard to support him by working as a maid servant in a neighboring rich family. Because of the financial constraints, my parents always quarrel among themselves. But mother loves me the most. Mother doesn’t like my elder sister. When she comes for holidays, mother doesn’t even call her during meal time though she never fails to call me.
Blood brothers is a musical written by Willy Russell. The play begins with an introduction to Mrs. Johnstone who describes her experience of a failed marriage and the arrival of numerous children. She bitter-sweetly accepts that her husband has deserted her to cope alone with not one but two children on the way. She works as a housemaid in the home of mr and Mrs.. lyons. While Mrs. Johnstone’s house is always filled with chaotic with constant clamor of childhood gmes and battles, Mrs. lyons often alone as mr lyons is mostly away for business, in a flawless house that somewhat suffers from a cold and sterile atmosphere.
Helen has no control over her kids because she will say something to them, and they just walk away as if the conversation never happened. The change in the family was when the kids were young, Helen’s husband left her for his secretary and things weren’t the same. Gary is an oddball that needs a male role model in his life, but instead he copes by masterbates in his room and worries if he has something is wrong with him since. Julie is looking for a man in her life because her father was never there; she makes the mistake of dating Todd who is very unpredictable. They ended up getting married, pregnant and then they broke up in a matter of weeks.
Walter is very insecure about his manhood throughout the story and his mother even tries to give his manhood to him. The only thing that Mama does when she tries to “fix” Walter’s manhood is make him more depressed and insecure about his role of a man in the world. In “A Raisin in the Sun” manhood plays a role of a brick wall for the characters, especially Walter. Walter is the father of Travis and the husband of Ruth but he doesn’t run the household. The apartment is his mother’s.
The way her cruel and sinister stepdad treats her and her family. One of the things he does is he verbally abuses Eleanor with hurtful words he writes on her diary or notebook everyday until one day he threatened her and went too far. It made her so frightened that she had to move to her uncle’s because she didn't know what to do. And because of that, she had to leave Park too. The thing is that her mom can't divorce or do anything to him because she doesn't know where she could get money and how she’s going to make a living by herself or even what Richie would do to her.
Mama doesn’t know what she wants to do with the money, but she does know one thing for sure, that the family needs to move out of the cramped unit because the family is starting to fall apart. They are constantly fighting and Walter is always drinking so that when he gets home he won’t be angry and he drinks to forget the pain of what is going on back at home. Mama sees that Walter and Ruth’s marriage is falling apart, that Travis needs his own space and that he needs his own bed instead of sleeping on the couch, that Beneatha is tired of being in a space that is suffocating. Mama and her husband said that when they got married that they wanted to move out of the unit and get a house of their own but then when they had kids they didn’t have to money to move out a get a house. She saw that it was tearing him apart.
My parents explained no matter how hard his words hurt he should never know it got to me. They told me to make the emotions and reactions that his words or actions conjured up inside of me to go straight into this metaphorical suitcase that I bring and unpack at home to them. Let all the emotions of anger and sadness out where I am safe from more harm. When I applied this lesson to movie night when I was around him, it wasn’t as fun for him to make fun of me. He got so frustrated that his words had no effect on me, he resorted to physical harm instead.
This causes him to threaten Nora and expose her secret to her husband unless he gets his job back. Nora tries many times to convince Torvald not to fire him but Torvald thinks of her as his doll and nothing else making him not taking her words into consideration. when Krogstad gets fired, he leaves Torvald a letter explaining everything to him. Furious by the letter, Torvald verbally assaults Nora making her realize that he does not deserve her and leaves. A Doll's House is a three-act play the discusses the issues of a married woman in a male-dominated world.