Ordinary People Essay | Calvin and Conrad's Relationship

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Calvin and Conrad's Relationship

Summary: Discusses the novel, Ordinary People, by Judith Guest. Explores the relationship between father and son, Calvin and Conrad. Details how the relationship evolves over the plot of the novel.
The father - son relationship is very unique. No one relationship is the same as another. Every father and son may have similar relationships but one will never be the same as one other. In Ordinary People, by Judith Guest, Conrad and Calvin start the novel with a weak relationship, but slowly progress to have a stronger one at the end of the novel. The ending of Ordinary People, however, does not give a concrete explanation of how their relation ends and how it will continue. The future relationship between Conrad and Calvin is going to be a strong one and will only get stronger. Fathers' put their children first.

In a situation where a father needs something, but also their child needs something, the father will go out of his way to make sure his child is satisfied. In Ordinary People, Calvin believes that his...

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