Everyone is happy when Papa started to go out and talk to his family again. I’m happy too because he chooses what is best for him and what is best for his family despite all the problems that they faced at Manzanar. The camp started to close down. The happiness fades away just like bubbles because his other children are leaving the camp but Papa doesn’t want to leave since he doesn’t have anything to go to. He decided that his two young children and Mama including himself will wait until they arrange a day for them to moved out.
Several times Odysseus shows contempt towards the mystical creatures that he has to fight against. Throughout the twenty year journey, he shows many moments of great bravery, and heroic actions, which is why he can be considered an epic hero. Here he fits one of the many qualifications of being an epic hero. Odysseus is a fantastic example of an epic hero. Another way that Odysseus proves to be an epic hero, is that he was tempted quite often throughout his
Reagan mourned the loss of the crew, and called them heroes to prove the heroes don’t need special abilities. Reagan called the Challenger crew what they were. He called them heroes, because they did what few would do, they put their lives
His heroic figure that everyone cherished, and loved. He made many friends along the way, and he had a close bond with Brutus but doesn 'trealize that Brutus has begun thinking that Caesar is gaining too much power and he must die. He had some flaws of his own, but he had made many legal changes for the people of Rome so they would have a better life. People still think of Julius as the leader and the face of Rome, as the years have passed. As a monumental, there is statue 's in
In other words, he wanted the people to feel good about their troops and what they need in life. Moreover, Patrick appeals to pathos when he begins up how the acts of Britain have not left him feeling mistreated and inferior, but a lot of people as well. Also, Henry shows that immediate action is needed and his famous last sentence, “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!”, shows that the audience that he is in this until death.
Of course because he had many remarkable achievements, he also had great leadership, and he had very good intelligence. He was great for these main reasons, he had a vast empire with many different famous city-states, he had great intelligence and very good strategies when it comes to war, and he had a well known legacy with many achievements. One reason that Alexander the Great was great was because he had just a vast empire with many famous city-states throughout the empire. His empire was about 2,200,000 square miles at its greatest and when he died his empire was about 2,000,000 square miles. If you don’t say that’s a big empire for his age, that’s crazy (Doc E).
In chapter one he stated that after being amongst such immoral people he "wanted the world to be in uniform and at a sort of moral attention forever; [he] wanted no more riotous excursions with privileged glimpses into the human heart." And even when he was most excited by life in the east Nick was dimly aware of the distaste he had for the same morality issues that gave him the excitement he thought he craved, and he said so in the last chapter of the
He should be pardoned because he was the peace-maker for the whole time and he always tried to maintain peace every time. “ Part, fools! Put up your swords, you know not what you do!(1.1.60). This quote says that he is trying to calm down Mercutio and Tybalt to stop fighting with each other. Benvolio should be pardoned because he cheered Romeo up when he was sad.
Let him alone’’(1.5.3). Lord Capulet also had told Tybalt that Romeo was a good person in general and not to worry about him. Tybalt listened for that time at the party, even though he really didn 't want to at all. Right after the party is when he couldn 't contain his anger. Tybalt sent a challenge letter to Romeo.
Everyone was getting hurt and these wealthy officials kept their hands clean from miles away. They used the idea of patriotism for the fatherland to get people to enlist for the war. Patriotism, in no way, is a bad thing, however, when one is guilt tripped into believing that their fear of dying in war is actually a lack of devotion to their country, it becomes entirely wrong. One must understand that the majority of the soldiers fighting in World War I had no dispute with the other side and they had only joined, to protect the country they had grown up in and learned to love. These citizens should have been shown the reality because, painful or not, the soldiers who died on the battlefield a decade ago, deserved to know what they were signing up