This closure is not met from solving the mystery nor did it resolve the relationship struggle, but it was instead resolved by the extinction of deceit surrounding him and his mother. The main cause of the family struggle in the Schell family was due to the deceitful actions by Oskar and his mother, and the inability to express emotions and feeling between Grandma Schell and Thomas Sr. Within the finale of the novel, the reader witnesses a beginning to the fixed relationship between Oskar and his mother, but also the separation of a failed relationship between Grandma and Thomas. Even though one relationship was not able to survive through the trauma, the relationship between Oskar and his mother is fixed with truth and also implied that their
In Hayden 's poem, "Those Winter Sundays," the speaker is haunted by guilt for all the years he never thanked his father. The picture of the speaker 's father up every morning in the "blueblack cold" (869) on his only day off sends a powerful message. Everything the father did was done to make his son 's life a little bit easier. It is sad that "no one ever thanked him" and his son "spoke indifferently to him" (870), and even with the fathers best efforts, his home was still consumed with "chronic angers" (870). No matter how much the father did, the son never noticed his efforts.
Saying that she would remarry once she finishes making a burial shroud for her late father-in-law, Laёrtês, she undoes the stitches every night so she would never finish, hence never remarry. Another example is when Telemachus stood by his father’s side against the suitors. From the very beginning, Odysseus presents perseverance. Even with Poseidon’s whole-hearted grudge and torments, Odysseus remains determined to reach home once again to his tall house and lovely family. Also, the purpose of his journey back home helps him drive his determination.
He didn’t feel for him and didn’t even want to interact with him. When the blind man had a beard, he was shocked. He expected Robert to the image of a blind person he had. Also, the husband has no knowledge of the world, he didn’t know what a blind man looked like, acted like, or even knew that a blind man could have a beard. It wasn’t until the husband met Robert that all of this
Additionally, before they are engaged, Soraya tells Amir about her tragic backstory, fearing rejection and desertion. Amir does not share the same level of intimacy as the book depicts that he “almost [tells] her how [Amir had] betrayed Hassan, lied, driven him out, and destroyed a forty-year relationship between Baba and Ali. But [Amir] didn 't” (165). Soraya was brave enough to share her secret, but Amir stays silent, letting his guilt build up. Amir thus has to continue keeping his secret from Soraya, stealing her right to the truth.
She molested him when they were watching television and that "dream" remained in his mind for a while. He acted like Aunt Helen never even touched because she was his favorite relative. After the death of his aunt, he still felt abused and thought he could have saved her life. The bottom line is Charlie never wanted to believe that Aunt Helen was an abusive relative and the gifts were only meant to keep his secret quiet between them. Most victims of abuse have to live with their psychological horrors from abuse their entire life.
He does not own much and can barely provide the basic needs of his family. His oldest daughter Martha works for the milliner and his oldest son Peter would soon start working. Cratchit’s middle son, Tiny Tim, became afflicted with a health issue that the Ghost of Christmas Present insinuates will be his end eventually. Yet, despite all these factors, Bob Cratchit remains an optimist with a positive outlook on life. Essentially, he has “nothing” and yet still firmly believes he has everything because he has his family.
He was almost killed as a teen, his parents sent him away, he always felt different, and many were intimidated by him; therefore, causing him to feel excluded, no one really gave him a chance to talk or vent about his emotions. Ben Organa-Solo is the son of war heroes Captain Han Solo and Princess-General Leia Organa, also the commanding general of the Resistance. Ben also has an uncle, Luke Skywalker, the last remaining Jedi warrior. Uncle Luke trained young Ben in the ways of the Force. His mother believed that it would be best to go trained along side his Uncle Luke, but this was unwise since it was during his teen years and it was the time that he was most vulnerable to influences of the dark side.
Gardner and his son find themselves in shares similarities with structural explanations defined in Chapter 8 of the book, Social Work, Social Welfare, and American Society. Mr. Gardner’s son struggles through poverty in the movie, but it is his dad that the story is based on. Popple and Leighninger (2011) states, “The largest single age group among the poor is, in fact, children who are too young to work and who thus cannot improve their own status” (p. 245). Mr. Gardner’s son did not ask for his mom to leave or hope that he and his dad would become homeless. Children in poverty are often overlooked and blamed for the failures of their parents.
Firstly, Zack satisfies this archetype due to the fact that he cannot hold a job and consequently leeches off his parents money. Although Zack started the story as an intelligent, popular kid, he does not utilize his skills anywhere and ends up taking from his parents. This is shown by him living at his parents house up until he was given an ultimatum. His irresponsible money grubbing through his parents wallets also shows his inability to grow up and get his own job. His father’s ignorance and lack of discipline was shown by him getting fooled and practically robbed by his son after Winnifred exposes that “Zack lied over trifles, and periodically stole money out of wallets that were left laying around” (Wilson 103).