Chronologically speaking, the next progression up the corporate ladder after working as a cashier is a department position like Mcmahon's job. Sammy shows resentment for Mchahon, especially as he states, “All that was left for us to see was old Mchahon patting his mouth and looking after sizing up their joints, poor kids, I began to feel sorry for themt” (Updike 432). Sammy’s animosity towards Mchahon is apparent when he expressing sympathy for the girls, simply because they were being observed by him. It is Mcmahons qualities which make him such an odious character to Sammy. He is a dirty old man and perverted one at that.
He has an inflated opinion of himself and avoids responsibility to anyone else. He constantly seeks to exploit weaknesses in others, which for him include any apparent fair-mindedness, self-doubt, or susceptibility to compassion or affection. He believes that only the threat of punishment and other fears cause people to obey social rules and subscribe to moral principles. He feels only contempt or indifference toward his victims, who, in his eyes, usually ‘have it coming.’ He does not maintain a regular job, pay his debts, or act as a responsible parent. If he has sexual partners and children, he repeatedly abuses, neglects, betrays, or abandons them.
The very same thing happens with Farrington as the story progresses and his fury becomes increasingly more apparent and more unreasonable. After failing at the ‘animalistic’ contest of physical strength against Weathers, he becomes so excessively angered that it is becoming apparent that losing a challenge is not the only reason for his behaviour; he has become progressively enraged by his lack of wealth, strength, as well as the lack of the capability to ‘fell himself’. The story ends rather tragically; in the end, when having trouble controlling his anger, Farrington turns to the only thing he still have some authority over — his dysfunctional family. “His wife was a little sharp-faced woman who bullied her husband when he was sober and was bullied by him when he was drunk” (Joyce 85). When one of his sons approaches him, Farrington is turned into a monster; realizing he can never really rid himself of his meaningless job, he shifts his rage towards his little son and starts beating him for a trivial mistake, since he clearly possesses physical power over him, finally being
The first main reason that made Cleopatra an admirable woman is her beauty. She was a woman of surpassing beauty, and possessed a most charming voice and a knowledge of how to make her self agreeable to everyone. She appears in the most pity-inspiring guise. She was “a woman who was arrogant and marvelously proud in the matter of the beauty. “Cleopatra A Life” By (Stacy Schiff,2010).
Of Couse, an ineffective leader only leads to making the employees to feel a instability. Harold faced the failure of not having earned but instead broke the trust of the employees. In the end, the bad comradery between Harold and the employees that was going on caused a huge gap between leader and employee resulting
My personal feelings, however are another matter. I have found many in business to very untrustworthy and especially those in administration. They often will say or do anything to get ahead. The will take what you say and and twist it to their advantage. I realize that these views and opinions are the result of several bad experience with administration, but they have clearly jaded my view.
Perceptions surrounding women’s beauty have greatly evolved over time. Women of the Renaissance did not concern themselves with weight, but were particular with their hair and complexion. In those days being full was considered beautiful. They had more flesh and thicker arms and legs. They sought a high hairline because a wide and high forehead was a trait of beauty (The Makeup Artist).
This gave Marcelo to suffer and pain, it made him realize that others will see him as dysfunctional not acknowledging his true skills. I think using this theme the writer intended to point out to the readers that we should look back to the judgment we are making for the disabilities. Marcelo also suffers from the stereotypes of the disabilities. to cope with the society he also needs to face challenges. This is ironic as many say that there is no right or wrong in this world but by categorizing them into right and wrong shows inconsistency action.
Economy cannot create job as fast as youth need for them. With the reference of printed and not printed literature, many author’s who are keenly interested on the issue of Youth, they have given their view on youth problems as per their own experience and evidences. As listed above some of the indicators due to that youth are vulnerable & became the problem for society. (Bhosle, 2007) mentioned various problems of youth, such as with age due to their way of living, behaviour, negative outlook in life and continuous criticism towards younger generation. The youth are disappointed with the corrupt and discredited authority.