The apartment is his mother’s. The idea of manhood to Walter is more than just running the household but supplying for his family and allowing them to be happy. At the time, the Younger family is struggling financially and they the mother of travis, Ruth, is going to have another baby. He then blames his relationship with his wife as holding him back from becoming a good husband. This shows that Walter can’t do anything while himself and his family does not believe in him.
Choosing the right business, having your business licenses and choosing the best place for your business are the three most important thing anybody should do to have a successful business where they can work in and achieve what they want to achieve. Work hard, think and take your time before starting a business. According to Sr. Thomas Waston (n.d) in “ Successful business”, “To be successful, you have to have you heart in your business and your business in your
The Younger family has grown up without much and when the father dies, he leaves an inheritance that can get the family into a comfortable living position. The only problem is that they all want to use the money for different reasons. Each character wants to make their own dreams come true. They do not want to sacrifice their own dreams to please the others. Unwilling to make a sacrifice proves to bring more animosity in a family as shown in A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry through conflict involving money and how the characters handle their actions.
Raskolnikov, Raskolnikov cannot accept anything lower due to his debt to her. Raskolnikov’s accumulating debt owed to his landlord prevents him from moving outside of Saint Petersburg and causes massive emotional damage. Each time he leaves his apartment, he fears seeing his landlady, The stress and anxiety arising from the debt he owes to his landlord causes him to become unruly and he had, “fallen into a state of nervous depression akin to hypochondria,” feeding into his detachment from society. Not only does Raskolnikov’s living situation seem grim, but his room itself furthers his emotional detachment from society. Raskolnikov’s room allows him to dehumanize himself.
Lastly is the difference in their struggles that they have to face in order to survive and handle in order to keep their family together. Willy Loman is a businessman who is forced to work for Howard, who doesn’t see Willy’s true potential. Willy is convinced that Howard should let him go work in New York because of how hard and how long he has worked for the company. He
There is a big contrasting theme of family verses individualism in these two works, that ultimately decides the ending success for Pascal, and the failure for Carl. Pascal and Carl’s masculine duties are both different. Carl is a husband and father, and as the head of the household he has the responsibility of making sure that there is food on the table and the family is financially stable. All of this is going wrong for Carl, he took out all of the money from the family savings account, his children are sick, and his wife is regretting making the trip. This forces Carl to become very impatient and look for a decent house to live in, with a very low budget that increases throughout the story.
Money can create a lot of problems and decision making in their life’s. In conclusion, Amir from the novel “The Kite Runner” and Alice from the excerpt “Father” have similar journeys, yet at the same time different ones that create tension throughout the story. Both have faded connections with their fathers. As well as their fathers don’t understand their passions with writing. But these similarities come apart in their financial difference.
George plainly sees that his dad has failed in his business and now older Mr. Jung is jobless. George, even though he is young, can understand that without a job, his family will struggle. George faces stress caused by the removal of positively valued stimuli, in this case being his mother. George’s mother leaves the family because she cannot handle George’s father filing bankruptcy and the family perhaps losing everything they own. Although George’s father loves his mother, the mother doesn’t have enough faith in her husband to stand by his side during this troublesome time.
After seeing how broken walter has become, Lena realizes that it is her duty as a mother to support her child and entrust walter with the remainder of the money and instructs him to put three-thousand in the bank for Beneatha’s tuition and use the rest for whatever he sees fit. Walter uses both his and Beneatha’s cut of the money to invest in a liquor store only to have his business partner skip town with all of the invested money. This crushes Walter both financially and mentally and it is Lena who has to pull him out of his hopelessness. Lena Younger serves as the head of