Edmund will be like any other healthy boy. I am not to blame.” He Is trying to convince him self that he is not the one to blame for Edmund’s miserable behavior. He is refusing of accepting total responsibility for their son, now that his wife is dead, could be the reason for the lack in proper parenting; teaching Hooper what is right and what is wrong and how to behave around others. Hooper’s lack of love given by his dad made him an actually psychopath that cant show love to others and made him want to hurt everyone’s feelings , just like his own feelings are hurt. Mr Hooper is even more careless to the situation between Charles and Edmund, he knows exactly that his son is a psychopath However, this does not mean that he overlooks Charles’ presence completely; he actually thinks: “We are getting to know one another, Charles, don’t you think?
This change in his life gives him a purpose, and it allows him to have a possibility to grow as a better human. In addition, the moor tries to cuts a deal with Lucius in order to save his child's life, promising to reveal the entire revenge plot if the Romans allow his child to live. Aaron proves his bravery because he spoke before the Goth Army and Lucius whom he had wronged. He says to Lucius, “save my boy, to nourish and bring him up; Or else I will discover nought to thee.” (Shakespeare 5.1.2219-20). He is selfless because he is giving up his life for his
From this place, Baba is cowardice merely his strong and powerful mask cover his cowardice hides inside his heart however Rahim Khan knows that. Yet, Amir always shows his cowardice whatever to Hassan or to Baba. Amir thought his happiness would increase by betraying Hassan, but his guiltiness increases and it tortures. But Amir, acts more rationally and reasonable after he grows up. Amir thought Hassan as “the lamp he had to slay.” on the contrary, his guilt is relentless, and he recognizes his selfishness abates his happiness.
Insulted by Hagar’s mockery, Sarah asks Abraham to choose between her and Hagar, but Abraham, Abraham tells Sarah to “Deal with her as you think right” (GEN 16:6). His reply indicates how he is aware of Sarah’s position in his life and her autonomy in the household where she can make independent decisions and treat Hagar as she pleases. Hagar tries to escape from Sarah’ punishments but is instructed by an angel to return and raise her son Ishmael. Ishmael is Abraham’s first-born son and because Hagar has suffered, God blesses Ishmael to be “a wild ass of a man; His hand against everyone” (GEN,
In The Kite Runner, Baba was an overall bad parental figure for Amir, despite having his good moments. His actions and words shaped Amir in a negative way, causing Amir to have a distorted image of a father-son relationship. First, “good parent” must be defined, with the purpose of putting parameters on this statement. A good parent is one who supports their child physically and emotionally in everything they do. A good parent respects their child and helps them make good decisions.
He wants his experiment to work so badly that he sacrificed his wife Georgiana’s life. Eveline’s father in James Joyce’s short story, “Eveline” is also selfish in his own way. Eveline’s father forbids his daughter Eveline from dating and moving away with her boyfriend
When reading Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein or The New Prometheus one might wonder about the original cause of all the tragedies that ensued after Victor Frankenstein completes the creation of his so-called monster. The word “monster” itself already deprives it of any dignity or basic rights as Peter Brooks explains that a monster etymologically is something “to be looked at” (Brooks 369), so merely a “circus sideshow” (Brooks 369) and not a feeling and thinking being. One only needs to pay attention to the words chosen when talking about Frankenstein’s creation. “Wretch”, “Villain” and “Fiend” are only three of the most used ones. This paper argues that prejudice and xenophobia in humanity play an essential part in the happenings told in Shelley’s work.
John's remark is significant and shows a lot about the personality of Peter. For Wendy, he is the father but for the boys, he is merely acting in a bad way the role of the father. Peter himself confesses that he plays this role flakily because he refuses to grow up and prefers to stay a
"Bubba doesn't understand why amir is so different so they are very distant leaving them in life and relationship with his father. Amir feels betrayed by his father because Bubba's actions so shows that he prefers his van because he is more man then send it from your invites Bubba said if I hadn't seen the doctor pull him out of my way with my own eyes I never believe he's my son.
The monster explains to Victor that the “trait of kindness moved [him] sensibly,” and that he thought “it might be in [his] power to restore happiness to [the] deserving people” (97, 100). This shows the humanity in the monster and his tendency to be amiable. He was also able to learn from his mistakes. For example, the creature realized that he needed to stop stealing the family’s supplies after he noticed how much they needed them. Victor, however, didn’t learn from his mistake of creating the monster, and created another.