In short story B. Almazov’s “Hunchback” father talks to his son about his misbehavior. When the boy blew a plasticine ball into the Earring, he threw a piece of bread at him. The father decided to tell Serezha about how their family lived during the blockade and why the boy had no grandparents. The boy cried after learning of these events, and told his father to punish him. Father did things differently. He knew the son would understand everything. And indeed it happened: Serezha told his father to tell all the children about the blockaded life of their family.
One day, the father noticed the boy was in a bad mood and decided to find out the reason. Serezhu’s son was punished by a teacher because he threw a hunchback at another boy. Serezha was unhappy, as Grishka started the first. His father retrieved an old album and told about the family’s life during the Leningrad blockade. The boy realized he had done the wrong thing and suggested to his father that he come to the kindergarten and tell the story to everyone.
Relationships within the family can be not just benevolent, but when parents delve deeply into the problem and want children to know what to be valued in life and how to behave in difficult situations.$ This favorably affects the formation of the child’s personality.
The influence of relatives on the formation of the child’s personality
1.Alexander Block loved and respected the mother – Alexandra Andreevna. She instilled in him a love of poetry, introduced him to Ya’s poems. Polonsky and A. Feta, A. Grigorieva and V. Solovyov. Alexander trusted his mother with the innermost feelings, read her first poems. She was always supportive and understanding of his creative impulses. They were spiritually close, and Block talked about it: “My mom and I are pretty much the same thing…”.
2.Mother of writer Victor Astafyev drowned. His upbringing for a short time was engaged by his grandmother — Katerina Petrovna. He considered her a guardian angel. She noticed that her grandson liked to compose and affectionately called him “vrusha”. Astafyev wrote about it in the autobiographical novel “The Last Bow”. In the short story “The Horse with the Pink Mane”, the writer paints an image of a grandmother. Becoming an adult, V. Astafyev recalled this gingerbread in the shape of a horse with a pink mane as a symbol of grandmother’s love and kindness.
3.Vladimir Dahl’s parents were educated people. Father Christian Dahl (Ivan Matveevich) knew several languages and was known for the whole of St. Petersburg. Mother – Maria Dahl – spoke five languages, grandmother – Maria Ivanovna – was engaged in Russian literature. In Vladimir Dahl’s family everyone read and appreciated the word, including the folk.
4.Yuri Shishkin’s mother, a famous modern bayanist, was a good tailor. Besides, she loved opera. Yuri recalls music pouring out of the radio constantly. And mom often hummed “Carmen.” But still Yuri first wanted to become an artist. Mom insisted on music education. Yuri became a virtuoso performer of opera music in Bayan and never regretted heeding his mother’s advice.