Similarities And Differences Between The Rocking Horse Winner And The Destructors

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Register to read the introduction… They cover greediness, self-sacrifice, selfishness, obsession, and many more. In The Rocking Horse Winner Paul was very somber, worried, and obsessed. Laurence uses Paul’s emotions to show that Paul wanted very much to please his mother; he thought he could buy her love, and so became obsessed with money that it killed him. Paul’s mother was extremely selfish she could not get over the fact that anyone could be better off than she was, even her own child. Uncle Oscar was an easy going and well rounded, and seemed to be concerned about his family, but underneath he seemed to have some ulterior motives. The emotions in The Destructors were different for the most part with the exception of T. T was selfish and could not stand any one being better off than he was just like Hester in The Rocking Horse Winner. Greene plainly gives away the attitudes and emotions of Old Misery just by his nickname. He was a sad, lonely, and gloomy old man who lived by himself. Blackie is actually the most confusing of all, the story portrays him as tough and nonchalant, but then it also shows small glimpses of

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