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A Fathers Lasting Impression The family in Ryans essay felt as if they had a constant encouraging role model that they could turn to for all aspects of life at any time including at the dinner table The family in Steves essay felt as if they had a militant father who did not want to be disturbed especially at the dinner table with the things that happened in his familys life unless they were things of his own importance He had a special distaste for his childs petty and meaningless problems Ryans father would sacrifice all that he could to feed his children and put them before him by purposely serving them abundant portions of food so there was little for him Food was not the most important thing during the Ryans dinner conversation was At dinner they were also allowed to speak about anything that crossed their minds with out worrying about whether nor not they would offend their loving father This gave them a time to present ideas to their father or to simply share thoughts about their experiences in life Steves family felt like they could never eat with the etiquette that their father hypocritically imposed upon them The Ryan family had the utmost respect for the father because of the love that he showed them while the Steves family respected their father out of fear The father in Ryans essay was seen as the father and the role model without trying to chisel it into his childrens heads The father in Steves essay engraved the fact that he was the bigger and more confident role model into his childs head over and over with no remorse His family viewed him as the one who did everything right and no matter how exactly alike they imitated him they would always fail to meet his standards of excellence Ryans family always viewed him as sitting at the head of the table
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