Willy is a very common character in the real world and he just lets the negative aspects of his life get the best of him which leads to his suicide. Starting in Act One we are introduced to Willy and see that he has put all of his hopes into his kids Willy and Biff, which can be guessed that lead to the first part of his deep depression. By reading the play you can truly feel the conflict between Willy and Biff. By reading this it can be assumed that Willy most likely thought that the fault of Willy’s childhood such as failing math class was his fault and his alone. Many parents go through this problem, but it can be taken that Willy really took this to heart, he took his childrens failures as his own because he was their father and saw himself in his
His family gives him hope, and a reason to live. With Killian’s revelation of the murders of his family, Ben is warped into a sudden “darkness” where he recollects all the beautiful memories of his wife. Thus, King effectively develops the “turning point” for Ben Richards in The Running Man. Ben has become a true, isolated hero, whose “deep” darkness can only result in rage. The true tragedy of Richards is that he is the only, lasting survivor of The Running Man.
The writer has chosen the salesman himself and his two sons to put into comparison, who at the present time of the play are visiting the salesman and his wife in their childhood home. The salesman Willy Loman, a major character and one of the main characters of the play is both the protagonist and the antagonist of the story. During the story, Willy is unsuccessful of achieving self-realization. He understand what his job (which is a major element of the play) calls for and what it requires of him, but he is incapable of realizing that he is unable to live up to and prevail with what is required of him, ultimately leading him to being unsuccessful at his job of being a salesman. Willy’s brother Ben, on the other hand, prior to his death was rich and successful due to accidentally stumbling upon a diamond during his travels to Alaska (which is where their father left to abandoning ben and Willy); on his way there he got lost at and ended up in Africa,
The sons teach the father, by bringing him face-to-face with his failure as a father and a failure to step up as the ‘’ King of the travellers ‘’ to the people of the travelling community. He wallowed in self-pity which, then in urn le to his own destruction. His obsession with his loss shattered his family and left in him exile. His two young sons and the horse act as a guiding light to return him to original sense of self. At the end of the film, Papa Reilly is now in a position who can teach his two young sons everything that they need to know: love, respect and the importance of family in one’s life.
“I myself am made entirely of flaws stitched together with good intentions” by Augusten Burroughs. Death of a salesman is written by Arthur Miller, The play is about this man named Willy who has a really big tragic flaw and tries to make his sons the same way that he is which is him being insecure. Willy’s tragic flaw makes himself insecure and wants his sons’ to listen to him meanwhile he’s going crazy. Willy’s intensity is demonstrated in his prideful behavior. Claims that he is “vital” in the New England when in reality he is not a good salesman (4).
Lennie is a loveable dope character in every sense of the word; he lacks the intelligence to fend for himself and very heavily depends on George. His behavior and attitude toward life directly mimic that of a child 's. George is constantly conflicted in his opinion of Lennie, on one hand, he understands Lennie’s disabilities and cares for him like a brother. However, Lennie’s tendency to get in trouble is a huge burden on George. The relationship between the two reaches a boiling point after Lennie inadvertently kills the wife of the boss’s son, Curley, in the farm they had worked in for a few weeks.
First, Tom asks Aunt Polly to comfort Huck when nobody else does. Next, he carries the weight of knowing Injun Joe is in the cave alone. Last, Tom testifies to the court that he witnessed the murder of Doc Robinson. At the start of the book, Tom seems to be a selfish and immature boy, constantly searching for a way out of his chores, or lying to his aunt without regret. By the end of the story, Tom’s experiences teach him lessons and shape him into a more thoughtful and caring person.
Lennie is a loveable dope character in every sense of the word; he lacks the intelligence to fend for himself and very heavily depends on George. His behavior and attitude toward life directly mimic that of a child 's. George is constantly conflicted in his opinion of Lennie, on one hand, he understands Lennie’s disabilities and cares for him like a brother. However, Lennie’s tendency to get in trouble is a huge burden on George. The relationship between the two reaches a boiling point after Lennie inadvertently kills the wife of the boss’s son, Curley, in the farm they had been working in for a few weeks.
As hard as it may be from all the peer pressure with false information coming out of his owns mother’s mouth and King Claudius evil techniques about his father’s death, he can be at peace and know why his innocent father left this world and receive his revenge from there. Hamlet is truly not insane and only act on being insane because that is the only way he knew how to pile as much information possible and to get revenge on the murderer of his father, King Claudius. In the play, after his father’s death, Hariotio and Marcellus, the only people Hamlet could trust in that household, told Hamlet that the Ghost,
Character Defense: Romeo We perceive that Romeo is innocent due to his apparent love for Tybalt and his clear disesteem to the brawl unfolding. He wanted to advent the violence thrust upon him by his love (Tybalt). He cared too much to fight him but when a good life-long friend, Mercutio, is murdered in front of his very eyes he is shaken to the core. He did this while not in the correct state of mind, cleary in a haze of sorrow and guilt not yet fully comprehending the effects of his actions. His gentle altercation with Tybalt defines his love for his friends and family.