Though his opportunity was dramatic decreased from the world that less opportunistic than their one job. So from both point of view of success it seem that the real measurement was not the characters and their opportunity that could open up a better life for themselves. Success was really in the hands of the people
In the novel The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton the character Darrel Curtis is unquestionably influenced by his gang as it prevents him from being successful to becoming the father of the gang, and overall being someone to look up to. Darrel, or Darry has always wanted to become something amazing in life, but sadly when his parents died in a fatal car crash, he was left to raise his two younger brothers, Sodapop, and Ponyboy. More specifically, Darrel chooses his gang over his potential future to care for his friends but sadly, “. . .
Jonathan, unlike Nick, is able to benefit and get a house without any work because of who his friends are. These friendships don’t push him to work harder to get a better life for himself. Ray doesn’t keep any real tabs on Jonathan and lets him do whatever he wants because according to Emily, Ray “got a kick out of his hijinks”(150). It seems as if Ray keeps Jonathan around as a form of amusement, and doesn’t have a good, healthy relationship with him. Hijinks are often considered as silly and boisterous, but not particularly useful in any way.
The main character, Jay Gatsby, does not project the same kind of greediness. He is the ideal in the view of the American dream, except from the fact that he does not have a family. He does not care for the wealth that he has built up as it is just a tool for him to get Daisy. The way that he is greedy is how much he wants Daisy. He cannot simply settle for having Daisy, he need her to say that she never even loved Tom, much like greediness in money means you want more and once you get it you want even more.
He was being biased against the group because the rule was not real. Landfall has been just wicked. A&P was affecting Sammy 's life negatively, leaving the place of employment was a positive choice. It allowed him to not associate with individuals he detested, and do not work for a rude supervisor in a store that was dull consistently. Sammy was squandering his time at A&P, he was not learning anything gainful.
Growing up my family was not wealthy, but I was very fortunate my father was a hard-working man with high morals and values. Being an immigrant of the state, he quickly learned he needed to make an income for himself. Very few places would hire him and give him above minimum wage salary. Therefore, he builds his own business as an electric repair man. Obtaining the skills, he had learned as a boy in his hometown helped my father become successful in his small business.
Having money should never define the person you are because you could be rich you could just be rude and not help anyone and be selfish and if you are wealthy you could have the nicest heart and be very helpful to people that are in need. The family doesn't really trust Willy because of the way he is and they
In Scratch beginnings, Adam Shepard tells the story from a homeless persons point of view to show appreciativeness. Shepard says “More than anything else over the course of my project, I grew to appreciate, even more than before , that we live in the greatest country in the world.” (213). By becoming homeless and leaving everything he had makes him a lot more encountered in working hard for what he wanted and where he wanted to get in life. For example, He worked a low paying job at the car wash while trying to find a better job, and he doesn’t spend money on food in order to save money for his apartment. He wanted to see how successful he could be by trying to make things happen on his own.
Warren was boarded of to school in town and raised to get a city job away from the farm where his parents worked. He was never given a choice and now he was trapped in a job he hates. His parents sacrificed a lot in-order for him to become a wealthy business man, but he was born to work with his strength. His parents cared more about their own image, proud of themselves with their son's success. He didn’t want to hurt them so he stayed with his miserable life for their benefit.
Ponyboy’s brothers care for him financially because both of them dropped out of school and got jobs to earn a income. “Darry trying to run a family and hold on to two jobs and never having fun”(p.43).This shows that his brother darry is dedicated to supporting ponyboy.Further,this also illustrates that Darry can afford the essentials such as food, medical, and clothing. “Soda Pop dropped out from school to get a job”(p.43).This
Upon my arrival to The United State of America my husband was working in small company and the money he was earning was not good enough to support our entire family. Even then I started my semester with his savings, but I knew I would have to do something in order to support him and my educational needs. Fortunately, I found a part time job in
Act I opens in Willy Loman’s house in Brooklyn. Willy, a traveling salesman at 63 years of age, is exhausted after years of traveling. He has yet to reach a level of success that would allow him to stop traveling and afford the household bills that always seem to swallow his diminishing wages. The audience learns that Willy’s grown son, Biff, returned home to visit and come to know Willy’s character as he complains to his wife Linda about his disappointment in Biff’s failure to find a steady, serious job. Willy is tired, confused, and argumentative, but he loves his son and tried to conform Biff into an enthusiastic, optimistic and confident salesman.