As outlined in this essay, these figures, respectively, in The Communist Manifesto and English Romantic Poetry an Anthology, explain their critiques of liberal-capitalism and then proceed to contrast those ideas of a perfect society with their own.
Neil and Knox’s fearless nonconformity will forever demonstrate the importance and necessity of self-discovery and individual growth to new generations of teenagers to come.
Karl Marx and the Romantic poets are all opposed to this type of society.
John Keating, in “Dead Poet’s Society, interacted with his students through the skills we learned in Mr.. He showed this skill once again in the clip before he asked all the boys to stand on his desk. He kept moving and raised his voice to put emphasis on the points he tried to get the boys to reach.
Keating taking his class into the hall way and asking the boys questions. Mulberry said the way you stand can give an audience a vibe of your interest in your conversation. Keating in “Dead Poet’s Society’ was physically involved in his conversations.
Neil eventually stands up to his father, but is unable to communicate his opinions to the increasing tyrannical traditionalist figure that his father has become.
Rather than continuing to live a dreary half-life, Neil decides that the only way to gain control is by taking his own life.Knox decides to risk his life by standing up to Chet, Chris’s boyfriend, in a romantic attempt to win Chris’ heart.His numerous attempts do prove to be somewhat effective; Chris does goes to the play with Knox and even holds his hand.Knox recognizes the vital importance of individualism when he becomes infatuated with “Chris”—a girl that he has never actually met before.Knox, like Neil, recognizes the importance of individual intuition in guiding him through life and helping him make decisions.In some cases, such conflicts had positive outcomes (transcendentalism); in other cases such outbursts of individualism had deadly consequences for reckless individuals, like Neil (existentialism).In either case, however, the process of self-discovery and free thinking was inevitable; after being granted freedom for the first time, both Neil and Knox were reluctant to surrender their new independence without a fight.When Neil Perry decides to pursue a career in the performing arts, rather than in medicine, his father, Mr. Unmoved by Neil’s extraordinary performance in the play , Mr.Perry continues to insist on controlling his son’s life and dictating his every move. Perry’s efforts were in vain; Neil had already experienced freedom—a privilege not easily relinquished. (If you want your email address listed with your response, please let me know, otherwise I will just use your first name.) Also, if you have additional questions which you would like to be included here, please let me know and I will add them.explores the concept of individualism in great depth.