Later, a caveman caught the attention of Kim’s eye, which resulted in an unexpected turn of events. Therefore leading the narrator to make the decision of Kim’s dream, or so he thought. The narrator then proceeds to ask Kim to marry him which she refuses because she said that wasn’t what she wants. Which leads her to leave the house, and the narrator never hearing from her again.
In lines 47 and 48 Nell says, “ ‘I’ll love him till he loves me best, me best of all, Maude Clare.’” This along with line 10 leads me to believe that Thomas is only marrying Nell out of convince, when he is actually still in love with Maude Clare. I pity that Thomas and Maude Clare cannot be
David feels relieved that Hella is coming back and that when she marries him he won’t have to deal with his true self or Giovanni much longer. David doesn’t even love Hella. She’s a part of the mask he’s hiding behind; their relationship is a lie. Immediately after reading this letter David sleeps with a woman named Sue almost to convince himself that he is society’s “normal” straight individual. He compares having sex with Sue as “a job which it was necessary to do in an unforgettable manner” (Baldwin 100).
In Dante, Gods the judge of their actions, but in Do You Know Where I Am David Sharon 's husbands the judge. When we see how each character 's actions will be judged, it’s very different, but we have to take into account where the characters come from and who’s judging them. When we read Do You Know Where I AM Sharon commits adultery and the David judges her. On page 161 it says “ I was surprised to discover I wanted to hit my wife.”
His achievement and heroism come about because of the women in his life. But when the critics celebrate Milkman’s success they pay no attention to the role these women play in his life. So even though Milkman is considered the hero, he is totally indifferent towards his family and relatives. Harry Reed writes supporting this view in “Toni Morrison, Song of Solomon and Black Cultural Nationalism” saying: Milkman appears to be very selfish and in this respect not heroic at all. He takes the women’s love for him as a right and exploits his lover Hagar.
This was very evident with his response to the deaths of Abner and Ishbosheth. He took steps to build trust among those who had opposed him. He made advances to them to bring peace to the nation. This was very advantageous for David for expanding his kingdom to include Israel. Leadership with Wisdom.
Both of these characters build up the courage to admit they were wrong and pursue redemption. Amir loved Hassan but he didn’t treat him with a whole lot of respect. He did a lot of things to hurt him and it was putting a significant amount of pressure on him and he needed to find a way to redeem himself in order to be at peace. Hassan was no longer around. He had died and still Amir had never made up for his wrong doings.
Even though David went through so much he still grew up to be an educated gentleman who loved his family . No matter what had happened in the past David never hold a grudge against his parents or family member's. That’s what family is about, forgiving , loving, growing and accepting one