In the film, The Adventures of Robin Hood, Robin Hood and his Merry Men are a group of men that all have some sort of reason to follow somebody because they have nobody else to follow. This could be either they are poor, had a bad life, or just need to do something different in their lives. They would follow a man named Robin Hood. These men were actually outlaws because they would do illegal acts, but they would do these illegal acts for the good. They would for example, steal rich people's money and give it back to the poor because they earned it more or even help out the old ladies around the forest that had trouble helping themselves.
Hrothgar recalls, “Ecgtheow acknowledged me with oaths of allegiance” (472). Beowulf traveled with his men to fight a fearsome monster not for the glory of it but so that he could help his father to repay his debt. Many years later, Wiglaf shows his loyalty and devotion to his king Beowulf by following him into the fray when no one else did, promising, “I shall stand by you” (2668). In the end, this loyalty reveals Wiglaf’s valor, proving him to be just as heroic a character as Beowulf. The characters in Beowulf demonstrate three of the most important morals at the time of the story’s creation: bravery, honor, and loyalty.
Blankets in exchange of the loss of their right of land forever doesn’t seem very fair. This kind of thing (in addition to the enormous influx of immigrants who began to take gold and other resources), was likely the main source of the Native’s anger and what provoked situations like the murder of Peter Brown and the shooting of Thomas Williams. Overall, I believe that Douglas falls shy of being a man worthy of becoming a knight. His leadership skills did often prove to be successful and he did learn from his own and other’s mistakes. The intentions of most of his actions were often pure and good-hearted, but he would typically take the route that most benefited himself.
The director wants the audience to question whether or not Edward Bloom is just spitting lies or if it's the truth. Will, the son, is the fool searching for the bitter truth between the lies his father has shown him through a rose colored lens. The next example of logos within the movie is when the producers have Jenny ask Edward to come back to Specter. This was because it foreshadows his return to Specter later in life to help the city become what it once was. Showing the great town of specter in shambles was to evoke a feeling that Edward Bloom is selfless in giving his money to help save the town he enjoyed so much.
In the beginning, Willie was a humble man with great intentions to help his fellow man. After being set up to fail, Willie then realized he had to play the game of politics to become Governor. Willie continued to strive to do the right thing but he made bad decisions and took the wrong actions to accomplish the task. Winning at all cost has true consequences and as it relates to Willie Starks, it cost him the ultimate price, his
Nowadays the adventures of the past Robbin Hood, Vikings between other, look to us like legend with causes which ones made man to take actions, wars, and sacrifices; are not true in its totality. Human mind is in constant change and evolution, but the basic principles are not so different from the past. Robbin Hood was an adventure facing battles to take away money from the rich people and give it to the poor ones. These actions can be judge in many ways and under different points of views. In my opinion Hood’s actions are the one of the most kindness actions a man can do to try to help people, defending the equality between persons.
Finally, when he returned his homeland Ithaca and disguised as a beggar because he can fight alone, so he has to know which people’s hearts still loyal to him. I think it’s the main lie that this book. Also, in my opinion,even though it was lying, it wasn’t a bad thing because the only one way he entered his hall and beat up the suitors. Also, the gods help him to do this thing. In the book of the Odyssey, Odysseus’s lied at times and I think they all were an important part of this book.
His character has a high social status by having a good reputable name and being a landowner. John is shown to be a good but not too good of a character by having an affair with Abigail Williams, not knowing the ten commandments, and not going to church often. Finally, the audience feels pity for him for saving others, but leaving his family to do so. John Proctor follows the basic archetype of a tragic hero. Every story has it’s own types of archetype.
Despite the fact that Beowulf has already won the acceptance of Unferth, who “had forgotten all those taunts he flung when tipsy with wine,” he still has a desire to prove himself and secure his status as a hero to the Dane people (49). Unferth loans Beowulf Hrunting, a sword that has never failed in battle, as a gesture to Beowulf being the better warrior. Even though Hrunting breaks and fails Beowulf in battle, he is still successful at killing the hellish monster. Once Beowulf resurfaces, he does not have the profuse amount of treasures that were in Grendel’s mother’s cave, but instead Grendel’s enormous head. Grendel’s head was so hard to move that it “was no easy matter for those courageous men, bold as kings, to carry the head away from the cliff” (pg.
In The Merry adventures of Robin Hood, Robin Hood realized that the injustices are due to the bad men that take advantage of the situations, unfortunately these men are in a high social status and have power over others. During the whole book we observed Robin stealing front the rich but not giving something to the poor which is the contrast of what people know about Robin Hood. What makes look heroic to Robin hood in the book are three things. First, his great skills and intelligence that made him a great leader, and put him at the top of all merry men. Second, his friends that give support and add more features to the character.
“He was famous for his black-handled switchblade (which he couldn’t have acquired without his first talent [stealing] and he was always smarting off to the cops.” This is important because it confirms that Two-bit is a lawbreakers.This is also crucial because it exhibits that, when first read, Two-bit gives the impression of horrible person.“No visitors. But Two-Bit wouldn’t take no for an answer. That was his buddy in there and he aimed to see him.” (Hinton 119)This is vital since it verifies that Two-Bit is willing to execute atrocious actions just to see his friend.This is important because it shows that Two-Bit is an outstanding person deep down because he wants to meet with his friend.After analyzing S.E.Hinton’s book, The Outsiders, I have shown that Two-Bit is a lawbreakers, but is still an admirable person. The greasers act as criminals, but embody morally good people. The greasers personify lawbreakers.