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Archtypical Fathers An ideal father is one who is both caring and understanding To fit this mould one must express these characteristics The outlook and actions of King Henry IV Shakespeare Henry IV Part 1 and Joseph Strorm Wyndham The Chrysalids suggest characters who do not match the mould of the archetypical ideal father King Henry IV was a father who thought not much of his son He sees his son as a riotous irresponsible young man King Henry tells Westmoreland that he is envious of Lord Northumberlands son Hotspur and that he wishes he could be more honorable It shows King Henrys lack of trust and grasp of his son through conversations with others The King has a serious discussion with Prince Hal in act three where he tells him that he is starting to behave in the same way as King Richard and since he is acting this way the people will not want him to be the King The King has his own ideas on how he thinks that the Prince should live and for that reason has made the relationship between them very difficult If only the King would have been more accepting the Prince could have lived more like himself Joseph Strorm is a father with very strict rules He cares more about the physical make up of a person than he does about the actual personality of the person In the story a very cold side of Joseph Strorm is shown he never gets close to his son at all The only conversation shared between Joseph and his children are harsh and is often punishment The way Joseph responded when David jokingly wished for a third arm showed that he cared more about his image and purity than he did for his own child Both King Henry and Joseph Strorm lacked the ability to look eye to eye with their children King Henry did not like the way
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