All Huck needs is to believe in himself and not worry about any family. Pap is a terrible father to Huck “he is a monster, a vicious child abuser Mark Twain and Manhood 101 nouncing how the law could stand between him and "a man 's own son, which he has had all the trouble and all the anxiety and all the expense of raising," but actually bemoaning his inability to grab Huck 's money. Pap 's only sense of worth comes from asserting his meager white supremacy” (Obenzinger 101). Huck would rather act as though he was dead than live a life with a man like Pap as his father. After Pap finally comes back to see Huck and decides that he wants to live with him Huck starts to get uneasy.
This is not a good sign for George and Lennie because they do not get along with the boss. Now, let alone his son. Aside from Curly being the bosses son he likes to pick fights with people for no reason, making him the ultimate trouble maker. Curly thinks that he could have some fun with Lennie. So, the three of them start having a conversation.
In addition to this, Wilhelm does not believe in himself considering that, at first, he states that his mistakes were due “to idiocy” and, later on, he changes his mind and says all was due to “bad luck”. His father does acknowledge his change of mind and clearly points it out by simply saying: “So! It’s bad luck, now. A minute ago was
When Jack challenges Ralph’s authority by saying that the conch does not count on that part of the island. Ralph examines the ranks of boys and sees that “there was no help in them and he looked away, confused and sweating” (Golding 166). The diction of “no help” reveals that Ralph feels isolated from the others because there is nobody to support him. Here, Jack’s power makes others fear him and hence, do what Jack is doing. In this case it is going against Ralph.
In the novel ‘Spies’, Mr. Hayward’s barbaric behaviour is like an 'ogre ' because it is preceded by a sense of rudeness, giving Keith a false sense of family. The word 'ogre ' has connotation of burtal and cruel direction creates a strong imagery from a child 's perspective. This suggest that a strict person in the eyes of children is a monster. Stephen narrates how strict and unfriendly Mr. Hayward towards his son such as: ‘Thermos’, he says’. This plain request implies that Mr. Hayward treats his house and family like military which restricts their freedom as soldiers and gives orders that must be fulfilled immediately or will face his ‘consequences’.
Clear by the fact that not even trees remain, rendering the landscape oddly desolate • This quote underlines the importance of how Baba was guilty for keeping this huge secret of Hassan being Amir’s half-brother and because of the guilt inside Baba, he took it out on Amir and treated Amir poorly. Baba also cannot love Hassan openly because of the status that is in Kabul Back then. • Rahim Khan’s tone is sincerity and soft as he realizes that Amir has never stopped feeling guilty for not stopping Assef when he took Hassan’s innocence. • Rahim Khan knows that Amir is never going to find reconciliation unleased he manages to forgive. • This is ironic because Amir learns the Taliban officials that he must save Sohrab from is no other than the person that raped Hassan.
This is illustrated when Mr Birling says, “Now look here, Inspector –”and the Inspector cuts him off with, “He must wait his turn.” The Inspector undermines Mr Birling’s authority over his own family, creating tension between them and fueling their ongoing feud for control. Mr Birling considers himself a well-respected man and he believes that he is too important to be investigated by the police. He feels that he should be treated with a higher degree of respect than other people. However, when the Inspector arrives, his authority and respect that he normally receives has vanished; not even his children listen to him and instead choose to listen to the Inspector. Mr Birling is greatly irritated by the Inspector’s intrusion and as the play progresses, the tension between them
The house owner provided him space on one side of the house and himself shifted his baggage to the other side. The family members did not like this staying of together, as it was against etiquette and prudence; and were very angry. Everyone came to Shaikh to describe his woes, all were afraid of the cruelty of the soldiers. Shaikh did not give any attention to this and was not moved even a bit. In reply, he said that
The reactions from both families thereafter have a strong resemblance to the reaction of the Montagues and Capulets. Threats are made by one father to another but neither of them act on the threats made. They continue to live separate lives only antagonizing each other occasionally. In one scene, not only are threats made from one man to another, but the family/workers nearby start to yell and threaten to feud with each other, communal violence threatens to ensue. However, one of the men yells that blood should not be shed over such a matter and
He is always in the quest of redemption in some way or the other. He avoids Hassan at times and talks rudely to him just to make Hassan hate him, He wanted Hassan to detest him, some hurt him so he is able to free himself from his guilt, he even urges Hassan to throw pomegranates at him. Amir also asks Baba to replace the servants and when Baba denies to do so he places the money he got on his birthday under Hassan’s mattress to make him go away because he was not able face Hassan everyday as it reminded him about his failure as a friend and as a man for which he is guilty even after years so as to find redemption he places some money under the mattress at Farid’s house on learning that the boys who he thought were looking at his watch were actually staring at the food which he was eating. ; “Earlier that morning when I was certain no one was looking . I did something I had done 26 years earlier.