Milton’s mother, Fanny Hershey, was often disappointed in her husband’s failure; the two spent large periods of time away from each other much like Rip Van Winkle and his wife (Irving). Due to a lack of central parenting and support, Milton grew up on his own. He did not receive the best education, and he was enrolled in seven different schools during his childhood (Bowers). Along with that, Milton’s mother discouraged reading because she felt that it would ruin his mind;
By his actions readers can conclude that Hop-Frog is a very evil and revengeful person. Hop-Frog went so many years without doing anything, so by him waiting to do something was negative To conclude, the Prince in “The Masque of the Red Death” dealt with his conflict negatively. As soon as Prince Prospero knew about the disease he immediately tried to build a wall to keep it out, because he didn’t want to face it himself. The Prince just wanted to shut it out. This is very negative because it didn’t solve any problems, it just postponed them.
Lastly, he is insane because of his obsessive thoughts about the eye of the old man. If the narrator was sane, he would have been able to realize that he didn’t have to kill the man to get rid of his eye, he could have asked him to put on an eyepatch or something. He dislikes the eye so much that he compares it to one of a vulture’s eye. Furthermore the narrator states, “ --but I found the eye always closed, and so it was impossible to do the work; for it was not the old man who vexed me, but his Evil Eye(Poe 3).” The narrator says here that without the evil vulture eye of the old man that he would be a perfectly fine nice man who would. This is
Brown suggests that McCandless is ignorant, selfish, and lacks wisdom. He did not live up to his parents’ standards because he only valued his own opinion. Brown proves this point by saying, “He was very near sighted” (Brown 2). This metaphor means that McCandless did not value other people’s opinions and thought his way was the only way. After reading the book, many people felt remorse for Chris.
Many of the kids don’t want to be a normal average person but they are forced to by their family. Neil was one of those kids, his mother seemed to be somewhat on his side but never said anything to defend him, his father was very controlling and demanding that Neil has no fun and just focuses on school. His father, Mr. Perry’s reasoning would be better understood if Neil was failing classes along with acting but he was not, he was just trying to be himself. His father’s selfish and nonunderstanding mindset destroyed Neil’s entire
It is the lack of drive and ambition to want to accomplish something. Laziness leads to poor health, low self- esteem, low-confidence and depression. Being lazy robs someone from their sense of purpose and self-worth; it significantly stunts our self-development because we
School, being lonely, but mostly because of his parents.’” (47). Ali and Chris talked, and she understood his struggles in life and saw how worthless he felt due to the judgement of others. Christopher could no longer take it and vanished into thin air. Not one person heard from or saw Christopher Creed again. All the pressure and judgement built up and he hit his breaking point.
Rather than intervene and be the loving protector his son needed, he allowed the abuse take place. Eventually, years later, he and his wife separated, David talks about how his father left for good, and how he saw little of him growing up. David’s brothers did not have it any easier. They too received foul treatment from their mother, but nothing like David. From the time they were small children, Ron, Stan, Kevin, and Russell, learned to alienate whichever family member was the main target of their mother’s rage.
Family The 3rd Juror mention how disrespectful was his kid, and how his kid even hit him once; some other members of the jury mention how this young boy was always getting hit by his father and they said that the situation was the motive of the murder. Juror number 3 was the last one in changing his vote not because he wasn’t sure, but he wants to punish this kid making a direct assimilation that this kid is like his and need to be punished. Characters: • 1st Juror: he acts as a foreman and he is responsible to maintain the order in the room and keep everyone else in track. This is not too hard for him because he is a football coach. • 2nd Juror: this actor doesn’t participate too much in the play, and he is shyer than the rest of the group.
QUESTION 1 Based on the short story Twelve and not stupid by Zuraidah Omar, I learnt that some people are irresponsible and fails in commitment when it comes to family, also that some child are not that naive when there is something quite unusual happens to them. First of all, it is unjust for a man to shut one 's eyes to his family especially his wife and child. Because of this, it could bring a rift to the relationships in the family and leave the other party in disappointment. This is shown when Papa explained the whole situation where Aunt May and her boy, Kassim was neglected by Yem, a husband to both Aunt May and Jah, although Aunt May is the second wife to Yem. It is also a terrible mistake to not inform the first wife on marrying another woman as it could bring some misunderstanding if not taken care of properly.