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Tolstoy creates characteristics of an honest meek and obedient character in Alyosha the Pot Alyosha the Pot was being very obedient as he gained an astounding reward through his life although there were obstacles in the way Alyosha learned how to tend for himself and by showing respect to his parents and theyre malicious abuse They would scold him but he new to keep quiet and his parents would forget about it He obeyed when his father took him to work for the merchant who employed Alyoshas brother The merchant and his servants said that Alyosha was a worthless thing Although the merchant and his servants would say Why go yourself Alyosha will run for you 673 He wouldnt speak against the merchant or the servants because he was soon given tips for his services He earns his own money and this doesnt go with his wages that his father collects every week He soon sees that there are more things to life than being obedient he learns to love he was needed to clean boots to run errands or to harness horses but a relationship that a person has with another who is in no way necessary to him simply because that other one wants to serve him and to be loving to him 674 Ustinja was the only one who cared for him and showed him how to love Ustinja was as hard working as he was she was shown how to love by her elderly aunt The merchant soon found out that Alyosha wanted to marry Ustinja he prevented this by bringing in Alyoshas father to change his mind The merchant told Alyoshas father that he had no use for married servants that a pregnant cook couldnt do much for him Alyosha was threatened by his father if he dared to be married Alyosha obeyed He didnt murmur against his father and told Ustinja that the wedding was
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