A family entails a cluster of parents and the existent or non-existent children cohabiting in the same environment. The simple definition also summaries related people by blood or through marriage. The family institution entails special intimacy and loyalty regarding the involved persons. Love refers to the expression of passionate affection towards other individuals. Love depicts elements of personal attachments with a connected deep affection. This occurs among closely rated persons that include parents, friends and relatives. The connection between family members originates from the expression of love and attachment. Family members depict love in different ways, which revolve around the immediate concerns. “Weep Not Child” by Ngugi wa Thiongo’s shows a connection between characters through the themes of love and family institutions.
The presentation of the narration revolves around an individual through the viewpoint of a protagonist. This displays a heartily connection with the soul in the individuals community. The tale focuses on exploring on different narrations within a single context. The narration avoids a cultural documentation through the presentation of several minor plotting. The settings include major characters like Ngotho, Mwihaki, njoroge and Mr. Howlands. Ngugi displays the family connection of affectionate elements through Njoroges father. This are further illustrated through the romance between Njoroge and Mwihaki. The varying standpoints illustrate deep attachments in the objectives to deliver a mindset community. This paper will attempt to explore the dominating elements connecting the characters through family pillars and romance. This exploration forms the discussion on individual character with reference to the presented community setup. Ngugi’s intentions reveal the urge to define the characters society (Ngũgĩ, 211).
Ngugi’s “Weep Not Child” entails numerous primary and secondary characters. The author allocates specific roles to different characters within the story. The characters include Nyokabi who is a second to a patriarch in the story. Nyokabi displays rare qualities of dedication for the children. Her role also depicts the love in building the family’s peaceful coexistence. Njoroge plays the role of a family visionary in Ngotho’s household. The actor serves as the main protagonist in the story. Njoroge displays the family attachment through the objective to gain education and improve his family’s condition. Kamau is Njoroge’s half brother challenged by the family difference. He is training as a carpenter in the village settings and limited to an opportunity to join school. This shows a family institution scenario with rules and regulations. The characters description changes when his brother joins Mau Mau. This awards him responsibilities to support the family back in the village. This is a typical family setting where a man provides for the family (Ngũgĩ, 171).
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