As Julian expected, the boy’s mother grows irate and strikes Julian’s mother in rage. Following this, Julian turns on his distressed mother, ridiculing her actions and justifying those of the young boy’s mother. Eventually, Julian’s mother - who had previous health complications - succumbs to her injuries, thrusting Julian into grief, guilt, and utter hopelessness. O’Connor’s use of rhetorical devices illustrates the conflicting and evolving attitude with which Julian views his mother. O’Connor’s use of imagery captures the disdain with which Julian views his life circumstances, the infatuation Julian has with seeing his mother agitated and remorseful, and the contrasting culpability he feels when his mother reaches her twisted and untimely fate.
“Wuthering Heights” by Emily Bronte centers on an obsessive love between Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff and the repercussions that echo throughout their families. Heathcliff enters the lives of the Earnshaws as an unwelcome surprise by way of the patriarch. Taken in as a young child, he is despised and treated harshly by all living at Wuthering Heights with exception of Catherine and Mr. Earnshaw. Catherine and Heathcliff's union, forged and strengthened in adolescence, is the critical juncture of the story. Heathcliff’s origin is a mystery and he is treated as an unworthy outsider further complicating his relationship with Catherine.
Walter is very insecure about his manhood throughout the story and his mother even tries to give his manhood to him. The only thing that Mama does when she tries to “fix” Walter’s manhood is make him more depressed and insecure about his role of a man in the world. In “A Raisin in the Sun” manhood plays a role of a brick wall for the characters, especially Walter. Walter is the father of Travis and the husband of Ruth but he doesn’t run the household. The apartment is his mother’s.
Especially in the case of Tereza, dreams communicate unconscious insecurities and feeling of love, dependence, betrayal, anger and guilt which she might not express. Nightmares haunt Tereza’s sleep, reflecting her body issues and insecurity about Tomas’ adultery. She has become so discontent with her and Tomas’ relationship that she dreams continually of his abandonment and her suicide. Influenced by Tomas’ actions during the day, Tereza 's jealousy is made clear by Kundera’s usage of symbolic
Also, there is one more important character. The father of the Wingfield family never appears in the play; he is only described by the other family members. He is important because the abandonment of his family strongly affects the remaining Wingfield family members. Therefore, the combination of the above scenarios is why Tom abandons his family. Amanda’s constant interference in Tom’s life causes him to repeat his father’s behavior by abandoning his family.
In Madeleine Thien’s stories, “Alchemy” and “House,” from Simple Recipes, the protagonists, Paula and Lorraine, suffer life-altering adversity as a result of the selfishness of their parents. Selfishness permeates both stories. “Alchemy” explores the effects of the violent selfishness of Paula’s father, the impermeable selfishness of Miriam and her family, and “House,” the indulgent selfishness of Lorraine’s mother, as well as the occupationally-driven selfishness of her father. In both stories, families are shattered by desertion and misery that projects well beyond the stories themselves. There are no qualities of character or effective survival strategies presented in either story that might be considered hopeful against the wreckage caused
As the two sisters fight over who loves their father more, they demonstrate to the audience that they are selfish and manipulative. They take advantage of their father’s old age and use their words to get gain for themselves. They do the exact opposite of what daughters are supposed to do during those times. “The representation of patriarchal misogyny is most obvious in the treatment of Goneril and Regan...Goneril’s and Regan’s treatment of their father...is seen...as a fundamental violation of human nature” (Bruce). God was most powerful, followed by men, who were followed by women.
Neglect and demolition of religious wedding marriage relationships have become a deceiving thing and greed, however, diminish mutual sacrifice that is necessary in a marriage. Gone was the trust between husband and wife, but often shows that a child who is born is his. The absence of family harmony and agreement has led to frequent divorce, adultery, betrayal and a woman have become commonplace. In the shelter of these broken families raising children, which is reflected in everything the father and mother, and so does another new rude generation, which represents the future of the society in which he lives. POLITICAL CRIME It is likely that the most negative consequences of atheism reflected in world politics and the relationship between the state and this is because the atheistic character and nature of the human heart consists of cruel and egoistic, and this egoism and cruelty transferred and in the shadow of the global political scene.
Lawrence 's dad was a digger. Lawrence 's mother Lydia Beardsall was a mentally eager woman disillusioned with her husband 's dead-end work and untrustworthy drinking propensities urged her youngsters to progress past their restrictive environment (Coombes, 1973). One of his more seasoned brothers, Ernest, kicked the bucket from the skin sickness erysipelas, and Lydia sank into anguish. After Bert about kicked the bucket from pneumonia, Lydia committed herself to him. This relationship, including Lydia 's smothering adoration for him, is inspected inside and out in Lawrence 's to a great extent autobiographical novel, Sons and Lovers (Coombes, 1973).
The woman, it appears, was so strict with the young boy that he ran away from his aunt’s home in Chennai, never to return. This incident still brings tears to my eyes as I recall the young boy who, on all counts, was smart and vivacious. The boy’s aunt punished him even for the silliest of mistakes, making life hell for him. The boy’s mother hoped for her son’s return throughout her life and sadly passed away with the desire unmet. Parents should understand that for a child his parents mean the world.