The word sad in the poem has two purposes. One purpose is to leave open the man’s feelings so others can interpret his feelings and by using the word sad it helps the reader understand the mood of the poem. The son calls his father baba as if he sees his dad being some sort of entertainment, that is also why he is asking for a story. The word baba is also childlike to add to the childlike tone of the poem. Lastly, the two words the son and the man add to the complexity of the relationship.
Diction has a strong affect on how readers interpret a passage. This is proven through Theodore Roethke’s poem, “My Papa’s Waltz”. The poem presents a boy roughhousing with his father. However, some critics see the roughhousing taking place as abusive, due to the negative word choice displayed throughout the poem. The author set a positive and negative tone throughout the poem, representing the respect and fear he had for his father.
His speech here holds a great amount of significance as his referral to himself in the third person by using the word 'he' suggests that this is how he himself expects others to view his son. As well as this, Jonson calls his son 'Poetry' and being a poet himself this reinforces the idea that he holds a strong love for his son. The metaphor used here also creates imagery of delicate work such as art and helps to invision how Jonson sees his son as a beautiful creation. His indignation and this love forces him to begin blaming himself for the loss of his son as he calls it his 'sin for having too much hope of thee'. It could be argued that Jonson is communicate that despite the circumstances, a person's identity is never truly lost.
In “The Scarlet Ibis”, James Hurst portrays Brother as a prideful young boy, though he is still caring and protective of Doodle. When his family congratulates him for teaching Doodle how to walk, Brother begins to cry, knowing that “Doodle only walk[s] because [he] [is] ashamed of having a crippled brother” (Hurst 49). His moral values are influenced by pride: he helps Doodle for his own egotistical reasons, rather than for his brother’s benefit. As James Hurst says, Brother is aware that he is a slave of pride, evident in the tears he sheds for being driven by such self-centered motives. At the conclusion of the story, when Brother finds Doodle dead, he “lay[s] there crying, sheltering [his] fallen scarlet ibis from the heresy of rain” (Hurst
In “Stop the sun” by Gary Paulsen, The character Terry changes from a boy who is embarrassed by his dad’s disease to a boy who thinks of his dad and accept his dad . This change reveals the story’s theme, which is in order to understand the people who we love order to understand the people who love you have to think of them and have empathy. In the beginning of the story, Terry is an embarrassed boy because of his dad disease,. At this point in the story, Gary writes, “ Wanting only for the earth to open and let him drop in a deep hole”. This passage is important because it reveals just how Terry is embarrassed by his father 's actions in the hardware store.
Especially the son of David Malter” (Potok 130). Reb Saunders wants to be more connected to his son’s closest friend and be apart of his life this is one of the connection throughout the story. Reuven while thinking about the situation with Danny says to himself “Poor Danny… your father with his bizarre silence-which I still couldn’t understand, no matter how often I thought about it-ia torturing your soul” (Potok 222). There are different connections between fathers
The Kite Runner The kite runner is mainly talk about the relationship between Amir and his father by the Afghan-American writer Khaled Hosseini. This story starts and ends with the kite runner, it actually symbols the hope of a father to a son. The kite runner, a story of sins and memories, father and son ‘s relationships seem to be compliant. First of all, Amir’s father is always cold to Amir mainly because Amir doesn’t become a man he wants to be who good at playing sports rather than writing stories. In their daily lives, he is more looking forward Hassan since Hassan is always the one who protect Amir from Bullied .Because of this, it attracts Amir’s attention, and he begins to oppress Hassan.
As he is speaking to Laney, Brown exhibits a mature disposition as his front for society and mentally notes the tinge of sadness that comes with Laney calling him Hugh. Then at the finale of the story, Brown reacts as his father uses curse words as he speaks to him and his son translates them as compliments clarifying the change as the child becomes a man. This dynamic of the father and son relationship shows the respect Brown has for his father. He previously mentions the fragile nature his father has been in too and with confirmation of the beautiful future rolling out before them, Brown finds
“My Father’s Song” describes the close, tender relationship between a father and his son, while “Those Winter Sundays” depicts a more distant, strained relationship between the father and his family. Ortiz’s lively descriptions of pleasant memories, illustrate how the father’s interactions with his son reveal his love and strengthen their relationship. A darker, emotionless tone fills Hayden’s poem as he emphasizes a father’s austere, yet sacrificial love toward his family. These poems both set different examples of how some families choose live out the bond between one