" All cruelty springs coming from weakness” (Lucius Annaeus Seneca). So holds true for Stephen King's character Jack Torrence in The Glowing. Jack's figure is poor and problematic and because with this he is lost at being strong. However, Danny, Jack's son, is extremely innocent yet very strong in character, which will helps him to beat the nasty that lives in the Overlook hotel. Although there natures are very different, they will both have a lot of the same attributes, such as accord, courage, and maturity. Yet where Danny uses all those traits to aid him in the journey, Jack's weaknesses help to make his attributes flawed, irrelevant, and bring about his problem and fatality. Jack and Danny present that the things we do with our disadvantages defines the character.
Both Plug and Danny are fully developed in different methods. Danny, who is very fresh, only fiver years old, shows a lot of maturity. Not only is this individual very smart, but this individual also has a very good sense by what is morally right. Danny's main concern is definitely his relatives, and he uses his maturity to help him to decipher what to do in intense situation (180). On the other hand, Plug has all of the intention penalized a mature responsible person, yet he can never fully accomplish this because of his flawed character. Jack often tries to do right by simply his friends and family, he actually took work so he could start over, and he stopped ingesting. But irrespective of his greatest efforts they can not deal with all of it and manage his life just how Danny can easily. Jack are unable to come to terms with the fact that he has a issue with drinking, " It had nothing to do with willpower, or the morality of drinking, or perhaps the weakness or strength of his personal character. There was clearly a damaged switch inside, or a signal breaker that didn't job. ”(160). This shows that Jack has not however come to terms with the fact that this individual has a drinking problem, this individual just thinks he was made that way. To become strong you will need to accept your weaknesses and Jack plainly has not managed his personal to be the type of man he...
Cited: Ruler, Stephen. The Shining. New york city, NY: Wallets, 2001. Print