People also ask, what does Warren think that Silas should do?
Warren feels that Silas’s brother should do that, as he is family, and it is his duty. Mary believes that Silas does not go to his brother because he is ashamed of his worthlessness and Silas has come to them instead, because he has feels that they will allow him to retain his dignity. Their place is home to him.
Similarly, what was Mary’s definition of home? ” Home is the place where, when you have to go there, they have to take you in.” In contrast, Mary calls home . “Something you somehow haven’t to deserve.”
Similarly, it is asked, why does Silas not go to his brother for help?
Silas doesn’t want to go to his brother for help because he is dying. Mary and Warren do not think Silas is bad, but his kinsfolk think otherwise. Silas and his family do not get along very well. He thinks that he isn’t very good so he doesn’t want to go to his family for help .
Who is Silas in The Death of the Hired Man?
Silas (“The Death of the Hired Man “) Silas is an unreliable farmhand who has worked for Mary and Warren several times in the past. After a long period of absence, Silas returns to the farm and asks Mary and Warren to let him work for them again. In actuality, Silas is returning to the farm to die.