Although the father is mostly absent from "The Revolt of Mother," his presence is clearly felt. Compare and contrast this character with the father in "El Patron."
The absence and lack of interest in the family by Adoniram reflect the fact that he is not interested in his wife. He does care much about his own being than his desires and wants. Despite the fact that he spends much of his time in the barns, his presence still has an impact on the life back home. He does not change and does also not grow as the story unfolds because he keeps his stand that the mother will cook and take care of the home always. In Sarah’s view, Adoniram was a provider and always supported the family without hesitation or delay.
In the El Patron, the main character has various character traits that are malicious and subtle in nature. He gets compared to a vampire a number of times throughout the book. He is old and very creepy as compared to Adoniram and he should not be alive at all. At 140 years he is alive and kicking and still has an evil mind. Adoniram is never present but he is always felt.
He is manipulative as compared to Adoniram in that he has an instinct of enslaving young people instead of saving them. His presence is powerful just as that of Adoniram. He is quoted saying that it is a drug and people like him crave it.
In the Week 4 forum (Part II), we discussed the potential of skewed characters in In Cold Blood. Choose one classmate's response to that question. Discuss whether you agree or disagree with his or her analysis. Is the character an accurate portrayal? Please include the classmate's full name in your response.
I agree that and support the analysis of Cold Blood as done by my colleague. Dick Hickock is indeed disfigured from the accident which forces him to undergo reconstructive surgery. The fact that the surgery is meant to enhance his smile makes the movie fun to watch since it creates room for humor.
It does create a more realistic picture of Dick’s swindling ways.
Work CitedFreeman, Mary E. W. The Revolt of "mother". Charlottesville, Va: University of Virginia Library, 1995. Internet resource.
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