Fathers and Sons


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Fathers and Sons

Turgenev novel depicts conflicts of politics and generations. [Russ. Lit.: Benét, 341]
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My Father Before Me: How Fathers and Sons Influence Each Other Throughout Their Lives.
Diamond, a practicing clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst, discusses the relationship of fathers and sons throughout the life span in each other's development.
Diamond investigates the exchange between fathers and sons based on his experiences and on his years in counseling.
He finds that men face empty nest later than women and characterizes this time as an opportunity for newfound closeness between fathers and sons.
Film's core story, adapted from the Moscow Khudozhestveni Theater stage production "Sailor's Silence" by relatively little-known scribe Alexander Galich, is a variation on that favorite Russian and Jewish literary theme, the strife between fathers and sons.
It never does when it comes to fathers and sons and football.
Arrayed against the possibility of conversation between fathers and sons is the country they inhabit, everywhere proclaiming the inadequacy of black fathers, their lack of manhood in almost every sense the term's understood here in America.
But the roles and responsibilities of fathers and sons are embedded in the culture of each society and differ considerably from one to another.
The point is, if talking cornfields aren't your thing, there are still plenty of movies for fathers and sons to share.
Still, the novel is less a legal thriller than a meditative examination of the hold that time past exerts over time present, and the tangled relationship between fathers and sons, mothers and daughters.