“Wes said if it came down to that he’d go down with his shit, too, rather than live the rest of his life with fat Linda”. Wes loathed Linda, he felt she didn’t deserve Chefs house, he felt she deserved to be alone all because she was fat. The tone in the end of the story became very dark and negative. Wes didn’t wat to move out for her or anybody else. Wes was so jealous of the fact that Linda was getting to take over his home and there was nothing he could do about it except it.
Repetition of the statement "I would prefer not to" by Bartley symbolizes confrontations in the narrative. As a lawyer, it is hard for anyone to understand his thought process. He keeps staring out of the window and this hardly gets down well with his boss who expects him to deliver to improve his performance. Later own, the conflict escalates when he is thrown out of the building that not only served as his office but home. Stephen also provides a clear picture of the theme of conflict in
“‘I don’t like it, Atticus, I don’t like it at all,’ was Aunt Alexandra’s assessment of these events. ‘That man seems to have a permanent running grudge against everybody connected with that case. I know how that kind are about paying off grudges, but I don’t understand why he should harbor one—he had his way in court, didn’t he?’” (335) From intruding a judge’s house to humiliating and harassing Helen Robinson, Bob Ewell is consistently intimidating Maycomb. Atticus is not a perfect character because he doesn’t realize that his weakness is not believing that Bob is mistreating the town. C. Atticus underrated Bob Ewell’s animosity and his violent temper although he won the
Walter feels trapped in his day to day life. He is quoted saying, “I want so many things that they are driving me kind of crazy.” (Pg. 73) He wants to be able to have a job he loves. He feels that he is misunderstood by his family because it 's almost like they never listen to him. One of the first times we see Walter’s character, he is complaining about how nobody supports him or listens to him.
He was difficult sometimes whenever people tried to help him, but he eventually realized that him being difficult was causing problems for all of the people in his life almost as much as it was affecting him. This shows that his extremely difficile
The tension was palpable. “Alrighty then!, who is treasurer this week?” went on Andy trying to disperse the apprehension. This illustrated how much the group meant to Andy, because he was afraid to lose the group even though he had the longest sobriety in the group. Additionally, many of the members attend other NA or AA meetings and reported feeling closer to those other groups. “I honestly don’t want to come back here, Andy is a dick, these women don’t have someone to take care of their kids, and since when did we decided we don’t allow kids.
Finally, when Charlie was a genius, he understood the failure of the surgery. The operation caused Charlie’s life to change traumatically, including his social environment. Social issues became a reality for Charlie. Over time he found out that Joe and Frank are not as friendly as he thought they were. Furthermore, Charlie received a petition from his coworkers against him, because they did not accept that he was different, which caused him to be fired.
The death of his mother troubles him and he almost kills children being conditioned. Everything about the Brave New World is disgusting to him. This exile from his true identity shows him the person he wants to be. The troubles and difficulties of life enrich him. He attempts to live on his own, however; he still becomes a museum piece.
That is nothing but a toothless rat,” (Hansberry 3.26). Mama’s encouragement for Beneatha to quit antagonizing her brother confirms her disgusts with the astringent attitudes of her children. Not to mention Mama hopes that by not allowing Walter to dismiss Travis from the room, when he accepts the deal from Mr. Lindner, will promote Walter do the right thing. Travis is his son, his own flesh and blood, his posterity, and he is soaking in every example his father sets for him. Walter becomes the head of his family when he stands up to Mr. Lindner.
On miss Ratched 's ward it is very apparent that she runs every aspect of the men and that they are to scared to stand up to her because they do not believe that they deserve to stand up to her. These men in the ward have been pushed down so much in their lifetime whether from family or community people for there disorders and choices that they no longer care about their image or the way the should be treated. Take Mr.Harding for example the other men have heard him state many times “that his wife 's ample bosom at times gives him a feeling of inferiority.” (Pg. 44 paragraph 4). At the time when this book is staged men were supposed to feel like they were taking care if the wife but harding has never felt that way, and has been ridiculed
Bad leadership affects the aptitude of the company in retaining employees and depresses their optimism, incentive, and throughput. Understanding the personalities of weak leaders can assist an individual to avoid leadership drawbacks and reinforce the leadership aptitudes. However, poor leadership is caused by trying to control teams through policies, orders, goals, rules, reports, and forcing employees to work, generate, and supply what organization contemplates being suitable services and products. (Dave Logan, 2008) Inability to organize details was one factor which should be improved in my company: good leader calls for the ability to hold and master details. For instance, in my organization, a leader is ever too busy carrying out a task that can be required of him in his capacity as a leader.
I think Lloyd should not fire Roberto either, even though we know that it is an attitude problem with Roberto calling on cooks. What Roberto did, we cannot define is right or wrong, because at some point in our lives, we will be in a situation where frustration at work took over us. I think that Roberto’s attitude is mainly the problem from this situation, If would be best if Lloyd can have a talk with Roberto and discuss a way to fix all his problems at work. The last appraisal was six months ago and the supervisor already noted his file for being the troubles. I believe he was not understood well enough, and have a serious attitude to fix his problems.
His behavior is affecting his education and that of his peers, as well as creating an unsafe environment in the class room. It is certainly also causing more stress not only for his mother who is already struggling with a variety of issues, but for Ms. Browne herself who just wants to see everyone happy and getting along as she works through her final weeks
Likewise, my weakness would be the tasks that I am ignoring, in confidence in doing certain tasks, workforce, and may be some negative habits. My opportunity may be to grow according to the implementation of the technology, offering a solution whenever there is any complaints from the customer side and lastly the threats may be growing competitor, changing technology and unable to handle the workforce. I have included workforce in strengths and weakness because if employees are happy and work in a loyal manner then they will one of the valuable assets of the organization and if they are not happy with the organization then they will again become the biggest weakness. Developing competencies help to grow the organization. By focusing on the technology, giving employees training, keeping an eye on the competitor, and advertising about the company I intend to develop the competencies.
Middle class working men love the idea of becoming someone who is feared and dreaded, but they would never muster up the courage to actually become this person. A quote from the show that perfectly exemplifies the transformation of Walt is when he says to his wife “I am not in danger, Skyler. I am the danger. A guy opens his door and gets shot and you think that of me? No.