This show the hardships they went through all the way to the end of the movie. The dad though the movie is the one helping the boy but by the end of the movie you could tell the boy was going up to take care of himself. This is what makes it so powerful that growing up in a world like this should make you weak but the boy turns the tables and become stronger and this is what the movie was about. Even though the dad told him to end it if it get to hard he had some faith that his son would push through like he did. Viewer would call this a poor and un eventful film but you have to look deeper than just the screen to see the love in which makes it so powerful.
After he made it into his journey he set out to find out the desire of belonging. Although, many people criticized chris for not informing his parents of his plan, but it is understandable why he didn't. His parents wouldn't have allowed him to go on a perilous journey, but even if they had they would have made him take the material essentials, which he was trying to get away from. Chris believed that his parents needed further economic achievement because that caused a rift between them. “I have always been unsatisfied with life as people live it.
In the play Fences, August Wilson follows the struggle of a family that deals with injustice and racial segregation that creates a hardship that leads to a personal lack of self-esteem and uncontrollable circumstances. Troy, forced his family to deal with his struggles of past life experience. Troy was a hardworking man who did his best to provide for his family. Rose explained this to Cory, "Your daddy wanted you to be everything he wasn't...and everything he was...he meant to do more good than he meant harm" (1985). The initial situation is the life of a garbageman worker.
Bob loves his son to the extent that he is not ready to let him go to the “other side” and he does not feel ready to let Gunner out into the real world. As a result, I think that Gunner running from Bob and not listening to him symbolizes that he does not have a lot of authority over his son and he can easily give his father a hard time. On one side of the wall Gunner can feel protected and safe, while on the other side of the wall, he is able to experiment with the outside world; however, he can not do so because his father continues to try to teach him and prepare him for when he is ready to leave the house, therefore he wants his son to have enough values that he can carry with him in the future: “..I’d feel, ahead, the future in one form or another, without which I could not endure the
Elie and his dad at one point had that father son relationship anyone could live for, but now they both rely on each other if they need something. Elie is forcing himself to be the strongest of both of them. Elie thinks without his dad he could be living better because his dad is his “weak point”, because when someone you love is very likely to die and your love can be used by your enemies to get you to give them what they want or need. Elie looks as it as his father used to watch over him and take care of him but now it’s the other way around. He thinks that he can’t take as good of care for his father as his father did for him.
Fallen Angel the main character is Richie. Richie lives with his little brother and his mom who's an alcoholic. Richie has no idea what he wants to do after high schools. He is very smart but his family can’t afford to play for him to go to back to school. He is not sure of himself so he joins the army to escape all the confusion.
Holden’s younger brother, Allie, died when Holden was only thirteen and his older brother is too busy working for Hollywood to care about Holden. Although his mother cares immensely for him, Holden saddens her by failing academically. The only motivator that Holden has to continue living is his younger sister, Phoebe, who is extraordinarily intelligent for her age. After he gets kicked out of Pencey, Holden is lost in life. He speaks to many people, seeking advice and comfort, but they are not able to help him find a human connection.
When Garnet joins Lonnie and his family you could say that his heart laid with them but eventually we learn that their home was not where he belonged no matter how invested his heart was in their family. Through Garnet’s struggles and success of finding his real home, Richard Wagamese outlines the importance of people having a home.
Finally when Stephen Curry was meeting new people on the team he had courage. Stephen Curry is a hardworking man who has quiet courage. Getting into a famous college was tough for Stephen Curry and his extraordinary family for a number of colleges did not accept Stephen Curry do to his physical appearance. Also his incredible family worked firm and hard to earn Stephen Curry in college. When his family were searching to find him an extraordinary college to play basketball for it was exhausting.
No matter how much the father did, the son never noticed his efforts. Now the son 's neglectful attitude towards his father has returned to haunt him. The son finally sees the amount of work it takes to raise a family. He learns how hard life really is, and he understands why he should have respected and admired his father long ago. His father went about his everyday duties quietly, never asking for anything in return.
He had come back. He had learned to ignore everyone 's comments about what a loser he was. He had managed to turn his life around and had become a responsible guardian to his sister 's kids. Three years later, the now 7-year-old Jessica and the 4-year-old Johnny were the meaning of his life. He had never thought that he could love those two little kids so much, but here he was now working two jobs to make a living for them.
Author Wes ' father died when he was three. His dad was always there for him though and had his back even though it was only three short years. When he lost his father he was too young to understand. Joy now has to work all the time juggling a bunch of different jobs just to get Author Wes into a good school. It impacts him because he doesn 't have a father figure to talk to and learn from.
In this passage, the words “suffering” and “spared” come to play because of how one can imagine if Lourdes had never resorted to immigration for her family’s survival. Lourdes wished for the better in the income of her family, so she eventually resorted to immigration which caused the nostalgia of a missing parent for her son, Enrique. Eventually Enrique repeated the same process Lourdes made to survive for his family, but that turned out for the worst because he had to help support his own family.
In student essay three, Dennis Zevely wrote about a conversation he had with his father. Dennis was stuck in a rut and had no idea how he could change his situation. Constantly exhausted, he was working a full time, dead end job that he hated. His father told him about how happy he was to have had his wife, children, and house. His only regret was not having finished school.
Start from Yunior’s father, he had left away from family for work in the United States for five years. Working in a foreign country for such long time does it have more priority than spending with family together? In addition, during these years, he seemed to have rarely contact with family since Yunior and his brother Rafa did not remember their father even his face. Then, after all family moved to the United States, he worked average15 hours a day and barely care about his wife who cannot understand English. Whether father realizes his selfishness or not his behavior affects on the whole