: I noticed that Amir is a new type of person during this fourth of the book. Amir has grown up to be a man with a family, and now has a care free and peaceful life. Since his life before was filled with many challenges and scary situations, he has became more mature rather than a little boy under the protection of his rich and succesful father. But his selfish attitude still lives in his heart, he thought about his own benefit more than others , even for Hassan, a faithful friend who would give his whole entire life for Amir. On page 221 his words shocked me:" Why me?
Chris hated that. He hated the thought of his parents, especially his dad, having had near total control over him. He never showed any signs of it, but by the end of college, Chris McCandless was dying to get away. Throughout the story, Chris showed he had a determination to get to Alaska. On his trip he meets various people who care for him.
Both relationship are facing some challenges which creates two struggling relationships. In the past of the novel Henry’s relationship with his father was very difficult to maintain once they moved to the U.S. His father cut off all communication with Henry once he informed Henry to only speak English. This provided many problems because Henry’s parents didn’t speak English, so
Collan let them have a little time to take it in. Collan feels as he cannot believe he told them, but it was just a pit in his stomach. His relationship with his parent were never in the same manner after this event. Collan’s family despises him now. Facing each other when they only run into each other in the town.
As they made their way back to the garrison - to home – there wasn 't much chatter. There was a quiet companionship during their homeward journey but Porthos wasn 't able to enjoy it. He thought of how his brothers must be ashamed of him. They took him back with open arms, as he knew they would, but he felt that by taking off the fleur-de-lys they all wore so proudly, he had essentially abandoned them. As he grew up, Porthos told himself he didn 't need to know his father 's identity.
John desperately wants to fit in and feel included, but his appearance and roots won’t let him make part of the community. Since he grew up differently, people in the pueblo reject him and exclude him from their customs. Even though he has lived all his live in the reservation, John doesn 't really fit in with the ‘savages’ that inhabit it. Despite John growing up with ‘civilized’ habits, when introduced to modernized London, he finds himself as an outcast. Linda teaches him about this wonderful, soma-induced society, but he doesn 't fit in.
During the play, A Raisin in the Sun, the Younger family struggled to become better. Each family member views the world differently and had their own dreams. The son of the Youngers, Walter Lee, was unwilling to sacrifice his dreams for his family at first. Most of his actions hurt the family. Walter did not care and treated his family poorly.
Payton Fox We all dream to move up in life, to pursue goals so that our life will be better. The story “Of Mice And Men” by John Steinbeck shares many characters that are all pursuing different goals in life. One of these characters is Lennie Small a strong good willed man who travels from ranch to ranch with his childhood friend George Milton. They want to raise a stake and own a land privately to settle down, but Lennie's basic knowledge of life is below average making him like a child. Even though Lennie lacks the fundamental concept of common sense for his age, he is trustworthy and friendly to everyone he meets, the author John Steinbeck shows this by sharing his relationship with his best friend and traveling companion George.
2. “You coward.” - Hans Junior has no pride in being the son of Hans. He despises his father, therefore he doesn’t keep in contact with him. When the two of them to come into contact, old tensions rise up and cause them to argue. Their relationship is broken into tiny pieces because of their different ideologies.
Victor really isn't very happy after his dad left, he seems him as if he is the bad guy. Like his dad left, because he didn't want to be around them anymore and didn't care about them at all. Which isn't the case, Victor's dad really does love him and his family he just felt like he needed to get away and didn't have the heart to come back. Later in the movie his dad dies, Victor and Thomas went to