Everyone positions life otherwise since no 1 is the same. In the verse form. “Boy with His Hair Cut Short” by Muriel Rukeyser. and in the narrative. “Furniture Art” by Sarah Miller. demo the realistic positions of two different characters about life. Comparing both narratives. the sister in “Boy with His Hair Cut Short” has a fifty realistic position of life than Mr. DuPont’s in “Furniture Art” .
The “solicitous tall” ( line 9 ) sister in “Boy with His Hair Cut Short” pretended to be optimistic during the Great Depression of the 1930s. The sister did everything she could to assist her brother: “ [ cut ] his hair with her inexpensive shears” . “ [ new-pressed ] his nice suit” . ( line 10. 21 ) She cut his hair to promote him that he can happen a occupation if he changed his expression. “You’ll certainly find [ a occupation ] . they can’t maintain turning you down ; the finest gentleman’s non so spare as you! ” ( line 17-19 ) Even though. she told his brother to be hopeful. she knew that find a occupation was impossible because her fascal look can non lie. “The impersonal mark. her gesture. the bluish vena. bright on her temple. pitifully crushing. ” The sister did non truthfully told her brother her existent position of life. possibly to raise her brother’s hope of happening a occupation. but this proved she was being unrealistic.
Mr. DuPont in “Furniture Art” was a strong Gallic speech pattern adult male of about 60 who “live off unemployment” . ( Para. 2 ) He was a creative person with unusual manner: “walls [ filled with ] wall paintings of bright colors” . “furniture was a muss. paint-splattered and arranged in unconventional patterns” . ( Para. 6 ) When asked about his sentiment about the universe. he asked the storyteller for her sentiment foremost and when the storyteller said that the school “say unemployment’s down and economy’s booming” ( Para. 12 ) . He interpreted her reply by inquiring the storyteller that “are people more happy [ with the dining economic system ] ? ” . ( Para. 18 )
This shown that he cared more about the felicity in people. Mr. DuPont was seeking to learn the storyteller to hold her ain point of position. For illustration. he told the miss to look at the furniture as art and that economic system and quality of life is non the same thing. He believed that by opening our eyes to the universe significance that we should look at the universe in many different prospective. Mr. DuPont taught the storyteller to see the universe in her ain side. alternatively of sing the universe through the school’s or nowaday’s sociality side.
Comparing both verse form and the narrative. Mr. Dupont has a more realistic position of life than the sister in “Boy with His Hair Cut Short” . Mr. DuPont taught the storyteller to detect the universe in her position. non in the school prospective. While the sister merely encouraged the brother that he will shortly happen a occupation. even if she knew the possibility of happening a occupation was low. Mr. DuPont cared about the felicity in people instead than the betterment in people life. He did non cared what people think of him and did non followed people’s gustatory sensation in furniture. Mr. DuPont has his ain position of life and ain manner. On the other manus. the sister merely hid her ain position in her brother’s state of affairs and helped her brother in any manner she could. She encouraged her brother to maintain seeking but overall she did non state her brother anything about her position of life.
Mr. DuPont has a more realistic position of life than the sister because he thought we should open our eyes and looked at the universe in our position instead than in other people’s position. He was a unusual adult male but who has his ain position in life. Mr. DuPont was different from anyone in the sociality while the sister like everyone during the clip was seeking to do life better by sing it optimistically.