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  • Tom Garrison
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    Robert Anderson's play I Never Sang for My Father is an emotional story about Gene Garrison and his father, Tom Garrison, attempting to love one another. His father's abandonment and his mother's early death traumatized Tom Garrison as a child. Forced to take care of himself and his siblings, he grew up fast, cold and emotionally detached. As an adult, Tom Garrison is controlling, self-centered and materialistic. His demanding methods and distant emotions prevent he and his grown children from b...
  • Tom's Death Left Gene
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    An Essential Emotion Obstacles appear whenever an individuals attempts to accomplish any goal. The majority of these obstacles can be overcome; nevertheless, there are some hurdles in life which are now and will never be able to be mastered. Gene Garrison from Robert Anderson's I Never Sang for My Father strives to conquer his innate inability to love his father Tom, however, is constantly impeded by his ambivalent feelings towards this domineering "old man (689)". Trapped in an emotional obliga...
  • 3 Major Parts Of Tom's Journey
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    English Literature I 8 December 2003 The formal well-organized structure of The History of Tom Jones contributes greatly to the intricate plot inside, and the novel as an overall piece of work. Henry Fielding contrived the blueprint of the book in its many clearly separated segments extremely well, making it equally as important as the plot. Tom Jones is deliberately and clearly divided into its separate parts. Through these parts he is capable of paralleling two types of stories in one single n...
  • Sexist Way For Tom And Maggie's Dad
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    The relationship between Tom and Maggie in Books 1 & 2 I think most of the problems with Tom and Maggie's relationship are due to the fact that Tom thinks that females are inferior to males. He therefore thinks that Maggie is inferior to him and he shows this in the way that he treats Maggie. Tom and Maggie both have a strong relationship with their father so therefore he could have influenced Tom's thoughts. 'She " ll fetch none the bigger price for that', their dad said this, and by it he mean...
  • Cecilia Passes On Strength To Tom
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    Janna Hagen F / V 412 Rosemary Kowalski 4/14/00 Fantasy in Cairo In the film Purple Rose of Cairo, by Woody Allen, fantasy and reality are two very poignant themes. However, through discussion, the class brought up points regarding fantasy being Tom Baxter, and reality being Gill Shepherd; my perspective was different. Tom Baxter portrays the main theme of reality while Gill Shepherd demonstrates the role of fantasy. Also, the characteristic strength demonstrated by Cecilia as well as by Tom Bax...
  • Type Of Relationship Maggie And Tom Tulliver
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    It is said that George Eliot style of writing deals with much realism. Eliot, herself meant by a realist to be an artist who values the truth of observation above the imaginative fancies of writers of romance or fashionable melodramatic fiction. (Ashton 19) This technique is artfully utilized in her writings in a way which human character and relationships are dissected and analyzed. In the novel The Mill on the Floss, Eliot uses the relationships of the protagonist of the story, Miss Maggie Tul...

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