Although in the end of “The Best Kind of People” George Woodbury expects his family will come back to him and forget just as the rest of the town did, his family does not feel the same affection and share the bond they once did and hoped that it would return to after the trial. The community shuns George when the accusations were made then accepts him after the trial. Whereas his family is there during the accusations and then after view him as a different man than the one they once knew. George’s family switches feelings from being loving and there for him to unsure and less accepting. It is clear that the family does not feel the same way they once did about George when the word “torture” is used to describe the feeling the family had when
With this in mind, john proctor was not a loyal man towards his family. It was not right for proctor to turn on his wife Elizabeth just for the little bit of lust he was wanting at the moment. Despite his past Proctor did well in the end and admitted to his mistakes. ' 'And there 's your first marvel that I can. ' ' Proctor 1146.John Proctor is a courageous person he accepted his path and made his ending right with his wife and family but still served his consequences in the end.
Even though she suffered from the beginning to the end of the play where her husband dies, Rose is proven to be very strong and takes charge of her family even with the death of her husband. She mends everything together just like the fence symbolizes in her family. She does not allow her family to be disrupted no matter what. Even though Troy is bold enough to open up to his wife about his secret affair, Rose keeps her cool. Despite all that, she does not see it as an opportunity for her to get her revenge.
Although Atticus’s speech to the jury at the end of the trial puts the blame into the hands of each individual juror, and although he is unable to understand how they could convict Tom, Atticus doesn’t ever blame them directly. Instead, Atticus blames something he doesn’t fully understand: “There is something in our world that makes men lose their heads---they couldn’t be fair if they tried” (295). Through Atticus, Lee’s blame of this societal plague is apparent. Lee, however, even as an adult, does not seem to exempt the Jury from as much of the blame as Atticus does, nor perhaps as much as she would like
Compassion is the concern for the suffering or misfortune of others. A scene in the novel states that Atticus has no choice in representing Tom in the trial. At first, the novel shows that Atticus has no decision in defending Tom, however, one may later discover that Atticus wants to defend Tom. Atticus is the character that possesses the most
Many would argue that with Calpurnia’s faithful help and aunt Alexandra's diligent eye, along with Atticus’ presence and loyal neighbors, the Finches face no danger whatsoever. Although hated by many, Atticus’ close friends will never abandon his side. In such a small town, the dangers that seem prominent today, were miniscule matters. However, Atticus, as well as Aunt Alexandra and Calpurnia failed to keep a close guard over the children, and close friends are not always around when needed. With a greater amount of precaution, the Finch family could have live in peace and without
People say he his a hero but that his only when he protects people when he gets in to an argument and then when he wins it, he gains the people's trust that he is a “good guy.” But after a few months or years the people could get sick of him and just hate him and they can’t trust him anymore they thought that he was a good guy but he only wanted her trust for power. Then after when he has no more power and he doesn’t have the trust between him and the people, they aren’t gonna listen to him they are gonna do whatever they
At first, Jem did not understand why his father chose to defend Tom Robinson when he knew that people would whisper and gossip about it and that the possibility of him winning the case was very low. Later on, after he saw his father bravely defending Tom Robinson, he learnt that an example of someone with moral courage was his father, who understood that just because one was “licked a hundred years before [they] started is no reason for [them] not to try
Don’t you think I had dreams and hopes? What about my life? What about me” (70). Rose, rightly so, is enraged when Troy defends his actions by saying he has been stuck his whole life with her, when she has gone through the same thing. The only difference, however, is that Rose stays loyal to her family even when things are not going great, while on the other hand Troy looks out for himself for his own benefit, at the expense of his family.
While his brother feels like he could never truly explain anything to the narrator. Although both characters were different they found an understanding by trying to feel what each other were feeling. Also by coping with their tough childhood and feelings together without directly communicating. Sonny wanted so desperately to please his brother, but couldn’t find a way to avoid Jazz but still get that feeling he craved. Sonny was clearly disappointed and embarrassed by his choice of actions and despite what anyone said, he realized the choice he made was poor and it was time to follow his dream.
He was afraid by returning to meetings he would find himself back in the same situation. He also talked about being frustrated by some brothers who in his mind were not acting as Christians but remained in good standing. Although not attending meetings the friends would stopping by regularly to say hello. Brannon was a pleasure
Wes Moore wrote this book because he realized that the fate of the other Wes could’ve easily been his. The Other Wes admired his older brother Tony and even though Tony tried to keep Wes off the streets he didn’t listen and his mother didn’t want to believe that
The main difference between them is how they handle criticism if presented. Brady believes the criticism of others should not affect your performance or your job. Being as successful as he has been with the Patriots, he has yet to experience a lot of criticism over the years. However, even if he has, he believes that it is the other person’s problem if they have problem with his play style or performance. On the other hand, Hamm had experienced a lot of criticism growing up.
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.
Heck Tate decides to give the Tom Robinson case to Atticus because he believes that although he might not win it, the jury will actually think about the case before deciding their verdict. Atticus accepts the case because he felt as though he “couldn 't hold up [his] head in town” and that he “couldn 't represent [the] country in the legislature” (Lee 100). He acceptes the case to prove he is reliability. Another example of Atticus showing how reliable he is is when he is interrogating Mayella. She feels as though he is making fun of her.