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Most parents say that their children are the best things they could ever have in the world There is no way they would trade their children for anything not even for the most expensive thing ever exist No wonder they are willing to do and give anything just to make their kids happy However apparently not all parents feel the same way They might still love their children but showing their affections in different ways through strikes harsh words or appalling attitudes for example This kind of unusual parents-children relationship can be seen in East is East and The Bluest Eyes Both of them tell the story on how the parents treat their kids differently than most parents do and they do it because they have their own reasons In East is East George Khan as the father is the one who treat his kids badly He strikes his children for no exact reasons and often pushes his children to do what he wants them to do no matter whether they like it or not He never listens to his children He only forces them to do what he thinks the right thing ie arranged marriage Koran lesson at mosque to make his children a good Moslem and Pakistani he does not even care of what his children think of them No wonder his children give him a nickname as Genghis Khan a dictator Oi Romeo Genghis is back p67 and often think him as a bastard p123 Tariq said Hes never gonna give a shit about how we feel or what we think I am your father you are my son you do as I say p82 However he forces them because he has his own reasons to live under the Pakistani and Moslem traditions and to be accepted in his Pakistani community He wants his family to be viewed as a good Pakistani family He thinks that by forcing his children
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