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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At their core, these are stories of flawed, sympathetic and searching fathers and sons, all of whom --whether they reside in Brooklyn, Manhattan, small-town New Jersey, or the suburbs of Chicago --are extraordinarily conflicted, ordinary people that yearn to be understood, accepted, loved and acknowledged.
Like these four, the other stories' fathers and sons are also propelled by hope.
This study will focus on this relationship between masculinity and homophobia through the specific relationship between fathers and sons. The role that fathers and sons play in each other's understandings of masculinity is an important one, and this research explores what happens to the understanding of masculinity when one of the members of the father-son relationship is gay.
The data included salary information for fathers and sons as well as clues about fathers' human capital: education levels and the nature of their occupations.
My Father Before Me: How Fathers and Sons Influence Each Other Throughout Their Lives.
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. Nudging ands to read this as a modern myth, pic's patriarch is the Biblically named Abraham Schwartz A penny-pinching warehouse owner, he lives in the Ukrainian schtel of Tolchyin in the 1920s.
Fathers and sons were assigned to the HIV intervention group or to a control group.
Although women were widely recognized as patrons in the period, the patronage of these two paintings, which show the Virgin, saints, and the portrait of a young boy, has always been assigned to their husbands, Paolo Emilio Cesi and Michele Peretti, because the works have been related to the patrilinear, agnatic image of the early modern family, i.e., fathers and sons. Instead, the works express a bilinear, cognatic image of the family, indicating legal, economic, and affective ties between mothers and sons.
Ideas of manhood, true and transforming, grow out of private, personal exchanges between fathers and sons. Yet for generations of black men in America this privacy, this privilege has been systematically breached in a most shameful and public way....
Shortly before this surge of fictional family-bashing Ivan Turgenev's Fathers and Sons (1861) had posited the generation gap as a perennial difference in outlook and values between oldsters and youngsters ("It used to be Hegelians," grumbles an outmoded uncle, "and now it's nihilists"(14)) that is in no way limited to the family system and that the generational cycle itself smooths away in the end.
But the roles and responsibilities of fathers and sons are embedded in the culture of each society and differ considerably from one to another.
One such example is Hemingway's "Fathers and Sons," the concluding and culminating short story of Hemingway's collection Winner Take Nothing.