When Treplev tries to share stories from the past with his mother. Arkana forgets who she was in the past than slowly remembers. Acting out sarcastic about the past story is remembering from her past, feeling sad for her son. That seems narrow-minded because Arkadina is a mother. She doesn’t care what she did the past, it only matters what she is going to do in the future with her new lover.
Nanny who has been Janie’s caretaker has several hopes and dreams for her granddaughter. Nanny is not entirely perfect at her job of raising Janie, since her dreams for her are clouded by her own scarring experiences. Nanny attempts to insure a better life for Janie by forcing her to marry Logan Killicks, an old and wealthy man. Blinded by her own dreams, hopes, and desires, Nanny makes many impositions on Janie, “Have some sympathy fuh me. Put me down easy, Janie, Ah’m a cracked plate” (Hurston 20).
No matter how important and smart it seemed to Chris at that time, it will affect the family longer and harder than it affected him. Choices you make in life can risk the wellbeing of others that care about
Mr. Laurence, Theodore 's grandfather, showed that he regretted not having a good relationship with his son and how he wished that things were different. Sometimes people deserve to be punished because of their irritating actions, but in the end, it is often a possibility that holding a grudge can often worsen the situation. Losing a loved one is hard, especially if things were left on a bad note. Mr. Laurence, Theodore 's grandfather, showed that he regretted not having a good relationship with his son and how he wished that things were different. Mr. Laurence and his son’s relationship got worse when his son married a beautiful Italian woman who was a musician.
He knew his mother wasn’t perfect and it was difficult for her to get past her addictions. He also noticed that his mother had had a difficult life and was giving her the opportunity to become better. Arlene have the courage to admit of past mistakes including allowing herself to become a victim of domestic violence and alcohol abuse. However, she had the courage to admit what she was doing wrong she was ready to take the recovery Road and learn from her past mistakes.
His reappearance goes along with the poems line “The saddest day”, because upon her father's return she was scared for her future and what was going to happen if he were take her home
The poem really expresses how one mother values her son, and tells you how kids grow up to fast and she believes that her little boy cannot handle the challenges life throws at you. At the end of poem, the mom is surprised that her son learns to get out of the chains and get past the challenges he has been through. Families will always have a strong bond and it can never be broken, no matter what life throws at your family, you will always get though it and find new ways to make your relationship even stronger. Later in life as the kids get older, they learn that their mom will not always be there for you, so they start to get close with their mom and they realize all the wonderful things your mom did for you.
I also had the same fears that they had, that my kids would fear me, more than respect, love me. I would fear the image of them growing older and becoming independent, that they would never come back to see me, or dump me in a retirement home. I feared that my kids would look at me as I did to my own parents. But, it was the discipline that we enforced, that eventually grew our family ties
In contrast to Tom, the love Isabel has for her daughter blinds her to own principles as well as societal norms. When Isabel first encounters the baby, her motherly instinct kicks in, and her "belly quickens at the very sight of the baby". Following the grief of her multiple miscarriages, she feels "it is not fair that [she] has lost three babies", however believes that God has sent them the child as an indication of her prayers being answered. However, once the "child gets into [her] heart, there's no right or wrong about it", and she begins to deceive herself, ignoring the possible negative consequences of her decisions. The theme of love is shown to override the integrity of Tom and
The Child Act was recently implemented and it prevents girls from being expelled due to pregnancy (Odhiambo). The government made a step toward stimulating education as many women find pregnancy to be the downfall of their education; however, it still encourages young women to have children young which has inhibited education in the past. One woman said that her father found women’s education a waste of money and that a woman’s purpose to provide food and do the household chores (Odhiambo). The men in Sudan demean women and distort their minds into thinking that they do not deserve proper education. The women are probably easily manipulated because no one has told them that they have right to an education.
“I could’ve been somebody, you know? My mother says and sighs. She has lived in this city her whole life. She can speak two languages. She can sing an opera.
On page 110, during Esperanza’s first conversation with Mrs. Hernandez, the topic quickly turns to their children: - “Tienes hijos?” - “Two.” - “Watch them, mija. The streets are a magnet for trouble.” - “Yeah, but my kids don’t get into trouble.
Esperanza lives in an era where men and women live very different lives due to gender inequality. Esperanza lives in a world where her eyes see male domination, and very feeble women. her eyes see that men can be embarrassed when seen weak, and women just do not belong well in this type of society. The House on Mango Street tells us the story about a young girl named Esperanza. Esperanza has two brothers, Carlos and Kiki, while also having one younger sister, Nenny.
Previous generations help define who we are. We can try to ignore them or celebrate them for passing down important traditions, but they will always exist. They influence the way we tend to behave and the interactions we have with those around us. The previous generations may be separated by age or technology, but they can also be strongly connected through important principles. This is illustrated in two short stories discussing the interactions that characters have with others from different generations.