expressed story about James in the article “T...
Story: "The Vastness of The Dark"
expressed story about James in the article “The vastness of the dark,” is a
clear evidence that certain traits must
be explored to understand the exact personalities exhibited by the individual.
Ideologically, Other than being funny, James’ personality
can also be identified based on his ability to respond to his religious
attempts. James loved going to the church at his younger age (MacLeod 361). As expressed in the story, James often goes to the church until the morning routine in
their home started humiliating his religious interest. His father, who is also described within the story as being
bully regulated that no one had to wake up until he does so. Nevertheless, James could still recall the days
when he uses
to rush very early to the Catholic Church. Meaning, he is a very religious
manner in which James described his father indicates how funny he is. Being an
imaginative individual, he used his understanding of his father’s behaviors to
give a solid overview of his father’s
position in his bedroom. He described the
father in a funnier manner that depicts his funny
character within the story. “With his arms and legs like this, as if he were
prepared within his sleeping consciousness for any kind of unexpected emergency
that might arise (MacLeod 362).”
In fact, given his funny trait, he
achieves a personality that promotes a credible
response to his love for the family. He is a loving man. He loves those things
that he cannot keep off his life like religion. His creativity is also achieved in the manner in which he
responds to the entire story. The young man seems
very creative following the manner in
which the story is articulated within the
article. One would imagine that the story is
achieved in the form of a poem.
His artistic character is perfectly manifested
within the articulated context in which he perfectly
showed his communication creativity.
The lazy character is the
best term that can be used in describing
the James tendency to wait for the second alarm before he could wake up. The
first bell rung and that alone could not
wake him up. He then waited for the loud snoring from his father that correctly acted as a potential and final alarm.
With his legs apart, James is described in the story as being lazy. He felt like waking
up, but rarely will he positively respond. What a sluggish man? It took James sometime before he could wake up from the bed (MacLeod 361). In this essence, it
is relevant to conclude that other than the lazy character, James was also identified by both his sluggish and
fact that James felt above all his brothers and sisters is also a clear indication
that James is boastful. His statement, “I have always felt very adult and
separated from my younger brothers (MacLeod 363).” By comparing
himself with his brothers within the house, he boasts to be the best in the
house to sleep at a given side of the
hall. Moreover, such boastful personalities portray some sense of selflessness. He loved himself and defied the fact that others would also want to
assume some aspect of respect within the house. For that matter, James would
always be identified as an individual who
preferred himself to others. He also feels boastful whenever he assumes a given
position better than others. His pride
personality marked all these. James was proud of himself. Given the
pride James underrated other people. The fact that he described his grandmother
as an old fool indicates how rude James is. Therefore, following the manner in
which James described his father and despised his grandmother’s orders describing her as an old fool shows that James
is a rude boy.