The Role Of Family Roles In Ovid's Metamorphoses

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In a family there are many different roles; there's the role of the mother, the father, the child, the grandparents, then there’s the brothers and sisters. Every single one of those roles has different responsibilities. The father, according to most of society, is supposed to be the breadwinner for the family. However, nowadays the mother is actually quite capable of being the breadwinner just as much of as the father. As they work to show their children what it is to be an adult they are teaching them as well on how to be an active member of society. As a child we watch our parents and we learn from them. We learn how to cook, how to clean, how to raise children, how to do right from wrong, how to work, how to do things we don't want to, how to be happy, how to have fun, and many more things. …show more content…

I believe that in society we need to put our families first because our society will only Prosper once we have arranged for our families to prosper. In Virgil's Aeneid the trend continues the gods and goddesses would receive punishment if they got too overconfident no matter who they pray to or what they did they ended up reaping what they sowed and I think that if we're not careful we'll end up doing the same

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