Create a 4 page essay paper that discusses On Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates.The writer has successfully portrayed the socio-cultural environment of his characters while drawing out their dwellin

Create a 4 page essay paper that discusses On Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates.

The writer has successfully portrayed the socio-cultural environment of his characters while drawing out their dwelling in some suburban part of Connecticut, USA during 1950s. The main theme of the novel is this that if a person is under a delusion about him and overestimates his abilities and qualities at large, he has to pay ransom amount for this serious mistake committed on his part. In addition, childhood memories and socialization process, according to the author, leaves indelible impact on the personality of the individuals. the same is observed by the protagonist character in the novel under analyses.

Though both the major characters of the novel i.e. April and Frank Wheeler are under an illusion that they are outstanding individuals and have been blessed with some unusual talent that makes them superior to all other people living in their neighborhood, yet the husband is a bit more crazy in this regards. The thoughts and views developed in Frank’s mind of being exceptional person are actually the outcome of his family background. He remembers his childhood when he was given extreme care and affection by his old parents, who begot their son, i.e. Frank, at the later part of their life. (Chapter 2) Frank also lost his parents at his early age, and had to struggle a lot to start his career as well as to establish his family life. Being the beloved child of his parents, he was adored by the two. He was accustomed to the spoon feeding due to the sheer love showered by the parents upon him. It is therefore, he could not come out of those feelings even in his mature years. Hence, his past life seems to be left indelible impact on his thinking, and he looks ambitious to become a professional writer in life. It is therefore, Frank along with his wife, is estimating his abilities, skills and apparent beauty through newspapers and other media resources during the entire novel. (O’Nan, 1999)

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