This chapter demonstrates a series of oppositions by some of the Westover children in response to their father and his ideologies. Tyler and Audrey were in complete objection to their father’s doctrines and decided to pursue their desires, irrespective of their father’s opinions (Westover 57). Audrey believed that to attain some respect from her father; she had to find her own money. The situation would, therefore, enable her to rise above the restrictions that he had established in her life. Luke and Richard, on the other hand, appeared to be in complete agreement with their father, particularly regarding what the father always advocated for.