Mr. Ramsay is a character that bears considerable responsibility for the family of eight children and a wife. He is harsh, rude and expressive. He is strict with his children. Mr. Ramsay adores his family, however, tends to demonstrate tyrannical attitude from time to time. He is a professor of philosophy and a writer as well. The biggest fear of this character is that he will not be honored and membered by future generations. He bears a big loss of wife and children, and it breaks him, making his character more restricted and gloomy. He demonstrates insecurity and weakness and needs the support of his wife.
Mr. Ramsay in the Essays