Nick Hornbys satirical and ironic apologue About A son focuses on many themes and motifs. One of the main focuses throughout the novel is the importance of relationships in companionship to shape beliefs and ideals. Hornby uses stereotypical consultationisation, character relationships and many distinctive features to demonstrate to the reader, the effects of relationships on personal growth and awareness. Hornby illustrates that all in all personalities are vulnerable to change when dumbfound in circumstances that allow them to grow whether or non it is the characters intention.
Initially, the reader is introduced to an introverted and socially outcasted boy. Marcus is held back by his have whose beliefs and ideals of the 1960s revolution have been force on her child. She didnt want him sense of hearing to rubbish music or watching rubbish TV... It was all rubbish. Marcus is oblivious to modern pop culture and overdue to his daggy clothes and haircut, has destroyed any hope for social bridal and normality. Marcus is in desperate need for a nurturing relationship and is forced to grow up too fast and almost becomes an self-aggrandizing in a childs body. Through his mothers suicidal depression and attending with SPAT, Marcus is introduced to the trendy, charming ordain. Through Marcuss growing relationship and display of dependance towards Will, Marcus is able to gain social awareness and direction.
Marcus knows that his mother is non enough of a support system and that two was not enough.
He begins to befriend both materialistic Will and ungovernable Ellie, who both play vital roles in Marcuss personal regeneration and growing social awareness. I bloody hate Joni Mitchell... Will knew then, beyond all doubt, that Marcus would be OK. Marcus was brought up to be a non-conformist, i.e. not a sheep, and through his growing relationships, he learns that conformity brings about...If you want to get a full essay, order it on our website: Ordercustompaper.com
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