The central main idea is, It’s not easy defending for what you believe is right. The towns people were displeased through the book and trying to change his mind about the trail, but Atticus stayed strong. Later on, a mob was after Atticus, on page 203-204 it states,” ‘Son, I said to go home’ Jem shook his head. ‘I’ll send him home.’ A burly man said and grabbed Jem roughly by the collar…’Don’t touch him!’ I kick the man swiftly. Barefooted, I was surprised to see him fall back in pain.” For deciding to help the Blackman he had to risk his family’s safety.
Papa Nnukwu is the grandfather of Kambili, and is hated by his son, Kambili’s father, because he is a traditionalist and shows Kambili love and warm spirit. Her dad destroys the painting out of hate for his father and beats Kambili to attempt to stop her from being influenced by Papa Nnukwu. The painting really belongs to Kambili’s brother, but she takes the blame and Papa abuses her for it. Kambili usually would of been quiet and fearful of her father, but instead she protects her brother. This is an instance of a change in values and thinking, as she chose to protect her brother over her.
The problems Sarty’s family goes through evoke heartbreaking emotions and resemble a broken family. Sarty’s father is full of anger due to living in poverty and slavery, which is the reason he sets fire to his employer’s barn. His father damages the property of those he feels have done wrong to him; by setting fire to the barn he is able to escape the poverty and slavery. The fire represents freedom and is a way for Sarty’s father to release his anger, which enables him to feel good. Through storytelling and narrative therapy Sarty is able to develop morality and understand his father’s actions are wrong.
This occurred because Christopher cannot believe that his very own father killed his favourite dog and never told him about it until now. Even though Ed thought that he was protecting his son by not telling him, he made the situation much worse and it made his own son scared of him and not want to live with him. This is the proof that Ed went from caring father to one where his own son could not bare to live with him making him the opposite of who he was at the beginning. Through the examples I gave about Judy, Christopher and Ed there are a ton of changes and developments for the good and bad
In J.D. Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye, Holden’s present life is being affected by all the troubling things he 's had happen to him in the past. Holden has never really stopped grieving his superlative brother—Allie’s—death which can lead to sudden anger outbursts abuse. Holden had hinted at being sexually abused at one point of the book which can lead to him doing bad things to cope with the abuse. A boy that Holen liked—James Castle—jumped out of a window after a few boys bullied him.
Mac badly beat the boy who was encouraged to burn the barn, but then felt remorse for doing so. Jim, on the other hand, thought that it was absolutely necessary for Mac to have beaten the boy and told him not to feel sorry for what he had done, because he did what he needed to. At this point, it is clear that Jim has changed. Mac even said “I’ve seen men like you before. I’m scared of ’em.
The stricter they got they got with him the more they pushed him away. Donny and his parents never seen eye to eye. Parents should not be strict with their children in order to help them succeed because it negatively impacts a child’s emotional, academic and social well-being. Being strict on a kid negatively effects their emotional state of mind. “The psychologist said Donny
Okonkwo’s actions sometime make him sympathetic. They make him sympathetic because his father and one of his wives and sometimes other characters in the story. They usually make him lose his temper and I understand why he loses his temper. The reason why Okonkwo’s family relationships make him sympathetic is because they usually give him a reason to lose his temper. A character in the story that he can not stand is his father Unoka.” He had no patience with unsuccessful men, he had no patience with his father.” HIs father was not a good person to look up to , and he grew up hating his father.
“But his whole life was dominated by fear, the fear of failure and of weakness”. Due to his father’s lack of work he pushed himself farther and is now pushing his own son nwoye. “Okonkwo’s first son, nwoye, was then twelve years old but was already causing his father anxiety for his incipient laziness”. In result of nwoye being lazy okonkwo threatens him to work, not only does he apply it to his first son but the rest of his family to the point where they are scared of his temper. Okonkwo wants his son to be successful and has hopes for him.
Brian was afraid some of the radiation was rubbing off on his son. Bruce’s dad was becoming more and more in afraid and in belief that he was right, because Bruce showed signs of high intelligence at an early age. Brian became abusive to his son and when his mother tried to stop the abuse, Brian murdered her in cold blood. Brian frightened Bruce to keep quiet about the murder, but he was