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Child has been taught from the beginning that the family is sacred and is the most important thing in the life of every person Family can give what no one else can give love protection and it shapes a persons identity from the birth Very often parents are judged by the way their child behaves however there is a huge number of disordered families Lack of a parent or unstopping abuse and arguments can cause a childs personality to change in most cases in a bad way Children like that are unsocial lonely misbehaved and sometimes are full of hatred towards themselves So does the character from the novels Lives of the Saints and In a Glass House written by Nino Ricci These two extraordinary novels are told by the boy Vottorio Innocente about his life in Italy and his life as an immigrant in Canada His life completely changed once he was brought to Canada His mother died while giving birth to his half-sister his father was too busy working on the farm to take care of both children Atmosphere in Innocentes family desire to escape from his present life through travel and acceptance are factors that affected Vittorios perspective on life as well as they had shaped his personality Family atmosphere plays a certain role in the development of the young individual Each member of a family should have a responsibility father should discipline and protect the family and mother should love and take care of it Unfortunately in the novel Lives of the Saints father of young Vittorio left Italy to work in America and Vittorio was left with mother and his crippled grandfather It was a stable family with its daily problems and routines Vittorio was loved protected and was taken care of actually he was overprotected given too much attention so he got spoiled Growing up like a weed Do you ever see him getting up
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