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Course Number: HIST 102, Spring 2012

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Part I In Theodore Roethkes My Papas Waltz, it can be looked at as a bad story that has no morals. The father was a man that I do not believe I could get along with because of his ways. The young boy really loves his father and thinks about the fun they have almost all the time. The young boy papa loved to drink and when he drank he loved to waltz. The boy remembers his farther not as an abuser or drunk, but as a...

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I In Part Theodore Roethkes My Papas Waltz, it can be looked at as a bad story that has no morals. The father was a man that I do not believe I could get along with because of his ways. The young boy really loves his father and thinks about the fun they have almost all the time. The young boy papa loved to drink and when he drank he loved to waltz. The boy remembers his farther not as an abuser or drunk, but as a fun loving father who loved to have fun dancing with his son. The speaker in this story seems to be scared of how much and when his father got drunk. This story represents memories both good and bad from the speakers childhood days with his father. When Roethke said, You beat time on my head, With a palm caked hard by dirt (Roethke 308) made me think of something totally different then abuse. When I read it I can believe that the meaning was the father was just teaching his son a lesson about being late or something to do with taking time seriously. I believe overall, the speaker is talking about how his father would come home drunk, wanting to play, and wanting to dance. Part II In Eudora Weltys A Memory, was one story that made me think twice about reading it again. The setting of this story was very relaxed and kept a nice vibrant place that you would want to be. What make this story different from the others are the settings turned from a nice vibrant and peaceful state to a very hateful and unusual setting. The story took a real quick turn and was quite confusing because of how it went from peaceful to hate. That this mother and father might be shabby-dishonest-crippled-dead. I speculated endlessly the on dangers of his home (Welty 312. The setting change messed up the whole plot and second part of the story because of all the judging and hateful stuff. I believe the character burst into tears at the end of the story because of the mess the family left behind on the beach. They had completely destroyed the beautiful scene that made the story. Part III To me Irene Wrysons meaning of her dreams of the nuclear holocaust seems to me as an inspiration of life. This story has and the family that is in the story is very dysfunctional and has been for a long time. It is as almost like they like being the way they are and do not care what anyone thinks about them. Baking cakes is not what society sees as a hobby for a man to be doing so for him to be baking a cake is not exactly right. Even though it was a therapeutic thing to him since it brings back memories of his mother, he still would prefer no one know. Wrysons was a boy who grew up with a family that is not your everyday family. There was also some love even though there was so much dysfunction. She could not bring herself to tell her husband at breakfastfaced with the pleasant table and its view of the garden (Cheever 318-319). This displays her view of her dreams and how her feels. I believe that the overall every family is a little dysfunctional but it will always get better. Works Cited Roethke, Theodore. My Papas Waltz. American Literature Since Civil War E-Book. 308. Print. Welty, Eudora. A Memory. American Literature Since Civil War E-Book. 312-315. Print. Cheever, John. The Wrysons. American Literature Since Civil War E-Book. 318-322. Print.

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