And they do have feelings for one another and love each other. Their relationship is comparable with a loving relationship of our present society. Cassias father has always broken the rules for those he loves, just as her mother has always kept them for the same reason . For example the father let disappear the tissue sample of his father because he wanted him to although Cassias father know that he gets in trouble with the officials. Even though Cassia breaks the rules and loves Ky her parents love her and understand her.
Throughout the course of the novel, Daniel develops in to a better person and shows everyone just how brave, faithful and loving he can be. Daniel is a very brave boy, in the beginning of the novel he works as an apprentice for a blacksmith named Amalek. Amalek was very mean to Daniel which is why he decided to be brave one night and to run away and live in the mountains with the outlaw Rosh and his men. One of the scariest things Daniel had to do was face his grandmother and sister after being away from them for so long. Although he was nervous in the beginning, he found the courage and faced both of them.
From Scout’s way of referring to both classes, the readers can realise how society treats each class very differently. Jem and Scout respect Atticus and they look up to him - they are very proud of the fact that Atticus is their father. When Mrs. Dubose yells at Jem, telling him that his “father is no better than the niggers and trash he works for,” Jem destroys all the camellias in her garden. Jem does this because he thinks that Atticus is being insulted although he has done the right thing. From Mrs. Dubose’s words, the readers are also able to see how even Atticus was insulted just because he defended for a black.
Pap is a free man who takes it for granted especially when he takes his anger on African Americans and his own son. He isn’t well educated but this quote by Huck is a hint towards Paps good side. “For what you want, above all things, on a raft, is for everybody to be satisfied, and feel right and kind towards others”. Huck never had that great of an education so how is this coming from his mouth. His dad must’ve told him about these things, since Pap has made many mistakes in life he has a good side to himself.
When Teiresas leaves, the chorus members comment on the alarming predictions she has made while persistently supporting the king. In one of the final odes, the chorus magnifies Oedipus’ horror and pain after he raked out his eyes. They choose Oedipus as a prime example of the delicacy of life. The chorus also regards Oedipus as a father figure, “many things learn of thee (46),” meaning that his disgrace smears the whole city’s reputation. The chorus begins by supporting Oedipus, since they believe that he is the right man to fix the city’s problems, based on his past success.
He quickly becomes absorbed into her lifestyle, which is also drastically different from the more modest style of living he and his parents had. Maxine is a source of appeal and envy for Gogol as she is at ease with her identity. Gogol appears to be attracted to her simply as she is different from him, and different from his family. “And then he remembers that his parents can't possibly reach him: he has not given them the number, and the Ratliffs are unlisted. That here at Maxine's side, in this cloistered wilderness, he is free.” (6.140) : Maxine and her family are an escape for Gogol, but they also represent the distance from his family.
Mikey Robson , one of the older brothers and is someone who enjoys any kind of mischief that involves pain and suffering for other human beings. Mikey is probably one of the only brothers who feels no sympathy or remorse for the people he injures or ultimately causes death to. Dee Robson, the oldest brother and most loyal of them all and always appears when he is most needed. Despite being the oldest however, he didn’t want to take on the responsibility as leader of the 18th Avenue Homeboys due to Mack stepping up and getting all of the brothers over to America in one piece. So now the story of the Robson brothers remains a mystery to the public, they’re origins remain unknown and unaccounted for.
When algu accepts to become the head sarpanch, jumman is delighted and happy and relaxed because algu being his best friend and knowing the fact that he won’t betray him and take his side but the reverse happened, in turn algu was in the favour of his aunt and left jumman awestruck and angry, For him it was almost as though his friend had stabbed him in the back and after the decision they behaved as strangers, with Jumman believing that Algu had proved to be unfaithful while Algu believed he had merely performed his duty. To describe this relationship Premchand uses a suitable simile to between the two friends when he compares their meeting to the meeting of a sword and a shield emphasizing on the coldness related with
Narayan’s characters are universal and with whom one can identify spontaneously. He had an eagle eye for the insight of the human nature which he chalks out with delicacy. The reader is overwhelmed by the humanism of the postman in The Missing Mail where he deliberately gives the mail carrying the message of Ramanujam’s uncle’s demise after the marriage as the sympathetic postman felt it might obstruct Ramanujam’s daughter’s wedding. His impassioned feelings for other’s grief and taking a little time out of his work to hear everyone’s problem fills the reader with affinity. his confession to Ramanujam fills us with awe .
The use of the technique in order to communicate to the audience what life was like for Feliks in Poland is evident in the quote “ Hands darkened / from the cement, fingers with cracks like the sods he broke”. This conveys that due to the fact that he worked so hard he often unintentionally and absentmindedly disregarded his son provoking him to block him out of his world. Consequently , this had a detrimental impact on their relationship as his father was satisfied in the world in which he created which disregards him ( Peter) unintentionally as the garden is what connects him ( Feliks) to his previous lifestyle in Poland as it brought a sense of belonging with knowledge that it was like his former lifestyle. Peter, on the other hand, has no deep connection with his father due to the language barrier as Peter attempted to learn English whereas his father has not attempted or approached the fact that he needs to in order to belong. Peter tries to communicate that his father never focused on learning the language and tried to maintain his Polish lifestyle by disregarding the English language.