Analysis of Ordinary People In the movie Ordinary People, the Jarrett family experiences dysfunction since the death of their son, Buck, and from lack of communication among them. If they use conflict management strategies, their struggles and problems would improve significantly. Beth, Calvin, and Conrad act in either silence or violence, though if AMPP was used toward Conrad he could express himself more openly. Beth’s recognition of her own role in their issues and the creation of safety by Beth and Calvin would lessen the dysfunction of their family.
At the beginning, Paul’s parents did not see that paul already hated his brother and keep secrets about what he did will not change that. Paul sees this and confronts his parents, “He shock his head sadly. ‘We wanted to find a way to keep you from always hating your brother.’ I answered, ‘So you figured it would be better if I hated myself?’” (265) Paul sees his parents for who they really are and how they are blind to the reality of their family and Erik’s actions.
Once home he decided not to attend because of the distant relationship between him and his father. Rosa lets Cory know that not attending Troy’s funeral does not make him a man or solve anything. Cory and his sister Raynell started thinking about the good things and lessons that their dad did teach them even though he had a weird way of doing because of his past hurts and disappointments but meant well. Cory was going through the reconnecting phrase (p.276), which is the more realistic perception of the parent, typically accompanied by a greater appreciation of the parent as an individual. Cory is now realizing how his dad just wanted the best for him and was trying to shield him from many life disappointments also make sure if it did happen that he was tough enough and prepared as a man.
The inspector wants the family to learn from their mistakes, he shows the audience the importance of this by comparing the younger generation and the older generation. Mr birling is the perfect representation of the older generation’s views, “It has nothing whatever to do with this wretched girl’s suicide. Eh, Inspector?” the lack of acceptance shows how he hasn’t accepted responsibility for his actions, the audience react to this in an unusual way, unfortunately they do not see that he has done wrong this is because they have not yet learnt of her backstory. Priestley’s catalyst for the younger generations views is Eric, “we helped to kill her.”
Even after his time is over, Willy continues to provide life lessons to his sons. In her article, Fix argues, "He lies this way because he doesn’t know what to offer them and fears he is 'not teaching them the right kind of-- ' principles … In the end, rather than to admit the bankruptcy of his legacy, he sells his death to perpetuate it" (Fix 4). Charlene Fix brings up a good point, but she does not discuss the fact that at Willy 's funeral he is able to provide his sons with one final lesson, that knowing many people does not make you loved or appreciated. His lesson is demonstrated during a conversation between his family: LINDA.
After discovering the Creon’s news that Polynices would not be allowed to receive a proper burial, condemning him to a cursed afterlife as punishment for treason, Antigone and Ismene reacted very differently. Antigone believed that Polynices deserved a proper burial and was determined to bring honor to her family and her brother, regardless of the consequences. Ismene also believed in bringing honor to her family, but had very little opinion toward Polynices’s burial. Instead, Ismene argued with Antigone that suffering for their deceased brother would solve nothing. Ismene argued that everyone in their family except themselves and their uncle, Creon, had faced death and facing it themselves would solve nothing.
Beside my stand, others believes Physicians and other medical care people should not involve themselves indirectly causing death; however, if they will not be willing to provide a way to relieve extreme pain when a person 's quality of life is low, then what is the meaning of freedom of choice for citizen is when they cannot choose the right for themselves. Even though, the author had “dreamed of disconnecting” her patient’s respirator, yet every day she forced to “make her death impossible and her life unbearable” (Page 458). As the Physician she “ feel differently toward her than the father toward his son”, and that is why the author did not takes off the respirator; knowing, it would be an easy way for killing the women, since never have the same emotional connection as the father (page 458). Finally, the author never had the admiration feeling for women to be able to convict a murder just as the father has done for his infant. Risking one’s life for someone else is not supporting euthanasia, yet giving peace to those painful souls one’s should not have the guilt to live
This proves that even after the hard and troubling times she still cares for her family more than herself. During her husband’s trial, she denies the fact the John committed adultery. She did this out of the sense of protecting him from being killed. After the death of John, she was in endless pain because she just lost the one she had come to love over and over again. These are few of the many actions portrayed by Elizabeth that validates the fondness she possesses for her
We tend to listen to what the media says about everything, the overpopulation means less jobs, homes and resources that are fully necessary for society. At first it seems Montag is happy since he is being told what to do with his life, but Clarisse comes in and starts questioning if he is really happy and he realizes he isn’t. Montag then comes home to his wife Millie in an attempt to commit suicide, he then starts questioning if he actually knows his “wife” at all. This choice that his wife made, greatly impacted the relationship they had before the incident. Realizing that their relationship is meaningless, and they don’t love each other at all.
John Proctor is basically the tragic hero of “The Crucible”, the reason for this is statement is because the tries to save his wife from being hanged. He cares about his children, he also has tried not to cheat on his wife Elizabeth, while she was ill. At the end of the story Proctor is hanged due of his confession of being a warlock. In the rising action of the story John Proctor is trying to avoid Abigail, he states that “But I will cut off my hand before I’ll ever reach for you again.”
In the event that Chris would have forgiven them, he likely would 've came back home. At the end of the film, when he is dying slowly, Chris realizes that “Happiness is only real when shared.” (Into the Wild). This is the most important quote of the movie because his entire journey was to find his happiness and discover himself. Looking back from the beginning of the trip when he meets many interesting strangers who helped him to friends he made along the way.
In the article A Long Engagement the writer Charmaine Craig tell us the story of Stephen. He describes how Stephen was brave enough to safe someone else life by putting his life in dangerous. Provably after his accident he been come dependent from others but he didn’t care about that because he knew that he did something good to safe a life. It also tells us how he couldn’t get married and how the death of a mother friend make his friend to become more closes it to him. How they both enjoy the Karen congress and how Stephen helps his friend to forget he pain his friend was going through losing someone special.
Bobbi Kristina 's father Bobbi Brown has been feeling guilty for the lost of his daughter as he felt if he would have fought harder to send to her to rehab she would of still been here. A close family member reported that he wish he would have taking over her finances like Britney Spears father did, and forced Nick Gordon to move out and the leave Bobbi Kristina alone. The affect of Bobbi Kristina 's childhood and witnessing things a child shouldn 't makes Bobbi feel as if he never was there to help her see the positive things in life, except at a young she witness drug abuse and domestic violence among her parents. He says as her father; he shouldn 't have let others take over the financial responsibility and guardianship of taking care of
But I was out of tears. And deep inside me, if I could have searched the recesses of my feeble conscience, I might have found something like: Free at last!..” This shows the conflicts within himself he deeply needed his dad to survive to hold on and keep his identity, but he also thought that he was being restricted due to his father. Before the events occurred Elie would not have thought his father was holding him back he, thought he was pushing him forward. The death of his father relieved the stress of some of these conflicts, but it changed how he dealt with certain things moving forward.
Jack understood where Ruby was coming from, but he couldn 't get the idea her being gone. Doing assisted suicide would mean her physical and inner suffering would disappear, she would no longer live in guilt as Ruby always feels she is a burden on the family, which is not the case. However, as wrong as it is to do assisted suicide, take someone else 's life, Jack understood Ruby would finally be at peace and happy, it is what she wants done and no one should argue that, as she is terminally ill and has the choice to