McCandless possesses the title of an admirable hero, because he had the bravery to escape the oppressive, conformist society in which he resided. Many people may believe that Chris was dramatic in regards to abandoning his family; however, he was in reality treated very poorly: “On the days we did not pick up signals of slamming doors and elevated voices fast enough, Chris and I were damned to bear the brunt of our parents’ latest battle” (The Wild Truth). Both Carine and Chris beared the burden of having to listen to their parents’ abusive fights. More specifically, Billie McCandless even deemed Chris a scapegoat, blaming the abuse she endured on him: “ ‘I’m sorry, kids, but when I got pregnant with Chris, I got stuck with your father’”(The Wild Truth). Not only did Chris have to live through this abuse, but he had to live with this false guilt that he was the reason for this abuse.
We see that the landlord is constantly threatening to kick the family out into the streets due to being behind on rent payments. A ten year old Sara bears a heavy heart because she constantly envisions this becoming a reality. “I already saw all of our things kicked out on sidewalk like a pile of junk” (1). The elements present within the Smolinski home leave the daughters destined for failure. The dynamic that Reb Smolinski has created within the family is one where he dictates the future of his offspring.
She was reading angry at her brother because he destroys the family making the parent suffer emotional and mental. She explains how the brother addiction turns her house outside down with this attitude. However, the brother addiction makes the parents to never give up on him even though his negative behavior toward them. Parents love him unconditional because it was their son. Even though he was not on the best path, they still support him and be on his side because they believe that he can change.
The community supports the choices the residents make since it creates a “perfect”, “ideal” society easy to control. They thought that by giving them no choice, it would prevent the citizens from making the wrong choices. Thus, the residents are robbed of their freedom. For example, there are multiple scenes describing the killing of babies all because they are different and not fit for the community. The same thing happens with the elderly as well; the people of the community never questions the fact that they are killing old people only because they think they are no longer productive to the community.
The character Lila had to leave her schooling and stay at home to look after her two sisters. Women experience social evils in society. They have been treated cruelly which affects them both physically and mentally. In Desai‟s novel Fasting Feasting, Uma‟s cousin Anamika has to face the cruel torture imposed by her husband and her mother-in-law. “Anamika was beaten regularly by her mother-in-law while her husband stood by and approved – or at least, did not object.”(Fasting Feasting, 71) She is beaten by her husband even when she is pregnant.
She was furious! “How did those stupid children get out of my house!” The witch went to go look for them! Hansel and Gretel locked all their windows and doors and hid in the attic of their home with their family. As they were hiding Hansel and Gretel were telling their parents how much the mean witch tortured them. Their parents were so mad and ran to the mayor of their town before the witch could even get there.
This incident shows the reader that she wants to be taken seriously by her colleagues. It also displays that Hilly deeply treasures her reputation because of her reaction towards the situation. On the other hand, Aunt Alexandra has also shown the reader signs that she values her family’s reputation. In chapter 23 of To Kill a Mockingbird, Aunt Alexandra did not allow Scout to play with Walter Cunningham because of his poor background. She said, “Because-he-is-trash, that’s why you can’t play with him.
But I felt emotions were different before. Jane, the main character of the book, loses her parents at young age and goes to live at her maternal uncle 's house. However, the Aunt (Mrs. Reeds), her daughters, and her son abuse her. They suspect Jane and starves her while she is locked in a room. Every time, Jane cries and grieves for her parents.
In one case, a 80-year-old victim was kicked out of the house by her son and in other case, one sister was raped, but the stigma casts over all the six sisters. All of them were taunted by the boys in the village and the did not recieve any marriage proposal for a long time. The marriage proposal stopped coming in the village and in three years after the incident not even a single proposal was recieved by the village. Every woman became a baggage on the shoulders of her father and these victims of the rape were vociferously blamed for
She mutters under her breath and moves away. Roja Mami exploits the relationship in the family by kindling issues against Girija. Even Samu refuses to tell the truth of the antique box to Girija. He feels that his ties with Roja Mami seemed to be more important than with his wife. The humiliations that she suffered in that house pierced her heart like a nerunji(poisonous plant)