Composition of the Parents’ House

Composition of the Parents’ House

For each of us, it is of exceptional importance. After all, in a person’s house, a person is not only born, but also receives a spiritual and moral charge for the rest of his life, in his home and in the family the moral guidelines that will be needed for him throughout his life are laid in man. It is here that a person feels and knows all the principles in life. “Everything in man begins with childhood,” – said the writer S. Mikhalkov. And what we will be in life – it depends on the family in which we grew up, from the spiritual atmosphere that reigned in the parental home. The theme of the House is a cross-cutting theme of world fiction. Writers in their works told us about the different families and houses in which these families lived.

In the comedy

“Nedorosl” Denis Ivanovich Fonvizin shows the landlord’s house of the nobles Prostakov. What kind of house is this? It is not dominated by a man, the head of the family, but Ms. Prostakova. The atmosphere in this house is very heavy, because from morning till night here you can hear screams, scolding, rude words. The landowner watches all, cunning, lies, nobody can calm her. Prostakov has no human dignity. She scolds tailor Trishka and husband – henpecked, who only indulges his wife. The wife is despotic in relation to her husband. For her son, she throws herself at her brother. She is sorry for the overworked son. Sophia complains to Milo about the hard life in the house of the Prostakovs. Lawlessness occurs in the house of this mistress.

Ignorant, cruel, narcissistic mistress builds family relations from the position of strength. Despotism destroys and destroys in man all human. Starodum notes: “Here is the evil worthy fruit.” But this spiteful and cruel woman is a mother. She loves her Mitrofanushka much. In the atmosphere of the home, run by the mother, the son from the mother could not learn anything good, he did not receive the strong moral charge that is so necessary to him in life. Such a situation in the parental home can not give Mitrofan good and strong moral lessons.

The second

literary argument (analysis of the text of the work).

A completely different house, the house of the Rostov family, is shown to us by Lev Nikolaevich Tolstoy in Roman “War and Peace.” We see a big house on Povarskaya Street in the center of Moscow. Here lives a large and friendly family of Count Ilya Andreevich and Rostov. The doors of this house were open to everyone, there was room for everyone. Head of the house – Count Ilya Andreevich Rostov – lover of home holidays. He adores his family, trusts children. “He is the very loose kindness.” “The most beautiful was a man,” so familiar after his death. Tolstoy emphasizes that the gift of a teacher is inherent in the Countess of Rostov. She is the first counselor of daughters, generous, sincere in dealing with children, hospitable, open. Family musical, artistic, in the house adore singing and dancing. All this contributed to the fact, that the parental home has become a special atmosphere of spirituality. In the house of the Rostovs, “love air” reigned. Happy home with the Rostovs! Children feel parental affection and affection! Peace, harmony and love are the moral climate in the Moscow house. The values ​​that the children from the parents’ home of the Rostovs endured are worthy of respect – they are generosity, patriotism, nobility, respect, mutual understanding and support. All children inherited from parents the ability to participate, to empathy, to sympathy, mercy. The parental home and family for the Rostovs – the source of all moral values ​​and moral landmarks, is the beginning of the beginning. The values ​​that the children from the parents’ home of the Rostovs endured are worthy of respect – they are generosity, patriotism, nobility, respect, mutual understanding and support. All children inherited from parents the ability to participate, to empathy, to sympathy, mercy. The parental home and family for the Rostovs – the source of all moral values ​​and moral landmarks, is the beginning of the beginning. The values ​​that the children from the parents’ home of the Rostovs endured are worthy of respect – they are generosity, patriotism, nobility, respect, mutual understanding and support. All children inherited from parents the ability to participate, to empathy, to sympathy, mercy. The parental home and family for the Rostovs – the source of all moral values ​​and moral landmarks, is the beginning of the beginning.

Conclusion on the theme of the work

Two houses – the house of Mrs. Prostakova at Fonvizin and the Rostov’s house near Tolstoy. And what they are different… And it depends on the parents themselves and the moral and spiritual atmosphere that is created in the parents’ house, in the family… And I really want to believe that in our time there will be as many parents as possible, caring for their home and a strong spiritual atmosphere in it. Let each house become a real source of moral guidelines for young people!


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Composition of the Parents’ House