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A father always has immense influence over their children whenever theyre good or bad Some children grow up in love and the teaching of good fathers but some are used to living in a poor environment Scott Russell Sanders is an example of both cases He used to have a great father who taught him carpentry but he also used to have a drunken father who caused suffering to his family Two contrasting images about his dad were vividly described in two essays The Inheritance of Tools and Under the Influence Paying the Price of My Fathers Booze Through Sanders ingenious ability to write essays we can understand his great pride in his carpentry father and follow his anguish about his drunken fatherIn the essay The Inheritance of Tools Sanders described his first experience of carpentry Carpentry was a traditional occupation done by his family Thats why Sanders had inherited many tools from his dad The hammer the saw and tools had a significant meaning because they were passed along three generations his grandfather his dad and him These tools were not new but they were valuable not every machine could compare to the quality of them The moment Sanders noticed his dad was doing carpentry that was the first day Sanders began his occupation The way his dad did pull a nail from the pouch at his waist bring the hammer down The Inheritance of Tools 49 and the sound his dad created the thunk of the blow The Inheritance of Tools 50 that attracted his attention Sanders described Before I could yell some-thing about the sight of him straddling the spine of that roof and swinging the hammer caught my eye and made me hold my tongue The Inheritance of Tools 49 This discovery seemed to be a new interesting thing to him at his age as Sanders said I was five or six years old and the worlds commonplaces were still new
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