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All families have different lifestyles in other words every family always has its own rules happiness or adversity that people in that family shares together Moreover to help the young generation has a better life than the old generation each family also has different ways to raise its next generation In the plays Fences and The Cuban Swimmer all the main characters had similar family conditions and adversities but each one had different ways to achieve the American dream of success In Fences Troy Maxson was so poor after he got out of prison that he began his family life at that bottom During the fifteen years in prison he became a professional baseball player however it did not help him later in his normal life In addition as a colored person he was always being discriminated against while he was a baseball player or a laborer in his current job Therefore he could not get a good job to get a better life for his family From his own experiences he wanted Cory who was his son to get out of this vicious circle As Troy said I dont want him to be like me I want him to move as far away from my life as he can get I wish him that But I dont wish him a thing else from my life I decided seventeen years ago that boy wasnt getting involved in no sport Not after what they did to me in the sportsp810 According to what he thought and seemed right to him Troy tried to make his son study and work only and not to become a football player as Cory wished Troy did not care about the talents that Cory had and he even told Corys coach that Cory would not be allowed to playing football Troy did not give his son a chance the support or the will to succeed and he did not know
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