Personal baggage, this is the flaw that juror three represents. Juror three was very stubborn throughout the movie, a personal issue with his son had caused his stubbornness. It may be seen as a flaw that each juror in the movie carried personal baggage, but the jury consists of peers of the accused, and without personal baggage would the jury system work the same? In Figure 1 juror three is represented by a square, he is very opinionated and snappy. Juror three was stubborn and didn’t consider the thoughts of other or the facts that others had brought up.
This society though, slowly spirals into disorder and eventually chaos. The main characters, Ralph and Jack, constantly contradict each other and fight for the loyalty of the younger boys and power. The author, William Golding, created this book to portray the potential evil in every human. These boys in particular are not inherently wicked but most of them do get caught up in the fantasy of having ultimate control which leads to the boys being unable to live amongst one another. The boys immaturity of living in the fantasy results in frivolous behavior throughout the start of the book.
Jury 3 was a major contributor to the plot of the story, and constantly added outrage. He regularly brought unnecessary remarks and accusations to the jury room. His remarks and comments usually didn 't pursued the other 11 jury’s, but the criticism sure made things more hectic and frustrating. Jury 3 was for sure the antagonist in the story, with out him there wouldn 't of been big enough complications. The young boy of 19 killing his father was a big enough dilemma its self, but it wouldn 't of be enough to make the story positively interesting.
He got angry and made us tie Wilfred up. He’s been”--he giggled excitedly-- “he’s been tied for hours, waiting--” This shows that Jack is a tyrant who does things just because he feels like it. He did not give a legitimate reason for wanting to beat Wilfred. He may have only done it to set an example for the other boys. Jack is always wanting to be in charge and when he’s not it really bothers him.
Contrary to the second juror, the third jurors resents being pressured by his peers. While all of the other men have changed their vote to a not guilty verdict, the third jurors remains with his original belief. Even in the very end of the play, he acts hostile against the others trying to change his mind, in saying “Do you think I’m an idiot or something?” (Rose 72). One juror that seems almost impervious to argumentative fallacies and peer pressure is Juror 8. Juror almost displays the ideal juror, and the rest tend to mimic the flaws of the system.
He was handed everything by his parents Fred Trump, Mary Anne MacLeod Trump. He picked up most of his work ethic from his father which also played a huge role in his business success. His friends often befriended them because of fear or they wanted something from him like money. This was not the end, a school was a whole new nightmare for everyone else. “Little Donny” as some childhood schoolmates might have called him.
He tries to teach him to be tough because that’s how he knew to grow up. He’s Always talking about facing the devil, symbolizing his dad. Since troy doesn’t know how to love properly, or be loyal, he isn’t loyal to rose. He’s selfish in thinking that he deserves more than rose does. He looks for happiness in another female because he thinks he’s fulfilling his duty of being a man because he provided materials to his family.
Miller shows in the play the father like Willy who believes that being “the man who makes an appearance in the business world, the man who creates personal interest, is the man who gets ahead” (21; Act 1), with Biff being the captain in their football team, his dad believes so much to his abilities that he will be a successful man and a professional football player someday. It just shows that Willy is obsessed with popularity. Since he didn’t succeed in his life, he wanted everything for his son, he wanted Biff to surpass what he
Many of his peers know about Jacobs’ condition, and instead of helping or talking to him, they laugh and make fun of the him for being “different”. Lastly, Jacob’s economics professor plays a major role in this scenario. After a situation where Jacob told his professor he didn’t want to participate in group work, he responded by calling him a “bum”. Following this Jacob cursed out his professor, which led to the professor singling Jacob out and making his life harder than the average student. These are all of the characters that play major roles in this scenario.
My father and I were really close, we did essentially everything together. It was devastating to me when he died a few months ago. The anger I had to deal with when I realized I couldn’t spend one more weekend with him. My father was not a typical man, he had his own way of doing things, some days he was nice and calm but other days when I would bring home a bad mark he would bring every entity from hell and have it go through me. Everything to him was about school, the only thing he expected me to do was to bring home good marks, and when I couldn’t even do that one simple task he would lose it.