Thus he was experiencing Stage two of the moral development. In the movie George led himself to take care of Erin’s kids and house only as a result of that he wished Erin to create relationship with him. As Erin was busy in her case of PG & E, George was busy taking care of her kids and became terribly frustrating and annoying because his passion for Harley Davidson was long lost and hasn’t seen his friends for a prolonged time. He talked to Erin concerning this matter that he wasn 't obtaining rewarded for the time and energy he was reaching to lookout of her kids. This conduct of him showed that George was on Stage two of model development i.e.
Not many females go to college so her decision to be educated is not supported by George. George shows this by saying,”I know you love to talk and I don’t mind it sometimes…I want you to cut it out, The moody stuff, I mean. I don’t like it” Hansberry 96). George is looking for a pretty girl to make him look good. George wants someone with less opinions and less educated.
As they grow older, Rose turns to George for advice and help, especially after Joseph begins acting strangely. They return to the same places they used to walk as children, and Rose remembers her childhood experiences, saying “When the light at Vermont turned green, we stepped into the street and George grabbed my hand and the ghosts of our younger selves
George didn't let age stop him from learning. He acted as a motivator to his children. He treated everyone fairly when they cheated him. George has more character than most people could ever hope to have. 2- Even the littlest things can bring pleasure to people.
George gets dinner ready for her and tends to her every need. Unfortunately, when his grandmother succumbs to her old age and ill health, George very bravely walks into her room and “[grasps] the coverlet and [pulls] it up over gramma’s face” (King 436). George, a child of about thirteen years of age, has just performed his grandmother’s funeral himself. A Funeral can potentially be mentally disturbing, especially if it is a loved one. George is so valiant that at his tender age, he performs his own grandmother’s funeral after her sudden demise when he is home all alone with her dead carcass.
George might’ve been the most important person in his town due to what he did to save the town. For example, without his help the company of his uncle might’ve not continued anymore. He also probably wouldn’t be there to stop Harry Potter from taking over the town. Actually, the whole scene is important. The scene where George wishes he was never born displays how each life is important.
In the short story George had a lot of smart thoughts and idea, but his handicap stops him about thinking too much. In the film, it doesn't appear that George thinks very much at all. With the producers of the film changing George to a one dimensional character it isolates Harrison even more because there's no one Harrison can talk to and makes Harrison feel more out of place. In the film Harrison and George were sitting on the couch, George was watching a football game while Harrison was trying to have a conversation with his dad. But Harrison can't because whenever Harrison tries to talk to George, Georges handicap goes off and they can't have a real conversation.
Although the story stops there, we can infer that particular situation causes George even more emotional damage, and adds to his overwhelming loneliness. He walks the line by portraying himself as a simple man, displaying his characteristics and past experiences which have molded him into a character that shows typical human behavior in a complex and inordinate way. We can infer that George had a harsh past. This may have contributed to him being so discombobulated with his emotions. One minute he looks seemingly calm, but
In Journey’s End, Stanhope is a not a admirable character at the beginning, because Stanhope was rude to the new of officer. Although at the end, Stanhope changes to a admirable character. During act 2 and act 3, Stanhope shifts into a admirable character, when he gets critical of the colonel. Stanhope is a comradeship and a brave character, he is a proud leader in his company and a character to be admired. At the beginning where Stanhope was introduced in act 1, we did not admire him for being negative and frustrated when he sees the new officer (Raleigh), when he was transported to Stanhope’s company.