The girls on this journey would express their feelings truthfully, saying that they are tired, and that they don’t believe that they should go on and should just hand themselves in. It was a downside that they weren’t so positive, but it just made the book believable and relatable. When we look at “War Horse” and the characters; there was a wide range from different settings whom all had different views of life which I found interesting. However, only one character actually spoke the truth as he repeatedly told Joey’s owner that there is an extremely low chance of finding the horse. But, on the other side, everyone was supporting the owner to feel good.
For example, it is normal behavior that a bereaved woman must show some remorse. This isn’t the case in her situation as she moves on as if nothing had happened. This aspect even shocks her son. Besides that, she continuously betrays her rebellious son in order to continue being relevant in her new relationship; it is only an evil person who is capable of such acts. Another instance that showed she is evil was when she did not object to the king’s suggestion of putting her son in a fencing match; she already knew that this challenge would be life threatening to Hamlet’s life yet she did not object or raise her fears (Shakespeare, 2017).
Throughout the novel, Hester is fraught by the Puritan society and her suffering is an effect of how evil society is. Hester continues to believe that the crime she committed was not wrong and she should not be punished for it. Her desire to protect and love Dimmesdale, turn her into a stronger person and become a heroine in the book. Although society still views her as a “naughty baggage” (Hawthorne 73) and is punished for her wrongdoing, Hester never thought to take revenge on them, yet she gives everything she has to the unfortunate and leaves herself with very little. She continues to stay positive no matter what society has for her.
But in Jim Carrey's life he persevered in order to save his life and his family. The story Susan B. Anthony Dares to Vote shows perseverance because Susan had never given up on her fight for women's rights to vote. For example, one day Susan dressed up as a man in order to vote because she knew that women couldn't vote. Even though she was a women, she dressed up as a man to show that she will never give up in what she believes in. This shows perseverance because she tried everything in order to get women to vote even though most of her ideas did not work.
Initially Sophie was consumed by self standards that prohibited her from making any advancements in life. For example in the opening scene Sophie isn't as interested in Howl's Castle but more determined to make Pat. The determination towards her ambition are harmful when looking at her happiness, which later on Effexor mental stability. However the spell that is casted on her serve the purpose of removing the stigma of the supposedly eldest daughter. It's her a great person.
She starts off as a well-respected female in her district despite the fact she’s poor. Her hamartia of caring too much about other’s survival leads her to her downfall where she volunteers to risk her life in the Panem Games for her sister during the Reaping. Again relating back to Aristotle, her downfall has a great impact on her family because they will struggle in privation alone without Katniss to help. Even throughout the game, Katniss relentlessly sacrifices her own safety to ensure that Peeta was safe. When Peeta gets a serious wound from a sword stab, Katniss’s tragic flaw forces her to go out of hiding and obtain medicine, leading her to her downfall of almost getting killed by another
Also she did not want to leave any possibility of revenge that the children could take on killing of their father’s wife. Medea’s actions are justified by her emotions as they are difficult thing to control at times. She is also raised in a different culture so she did not conform to the values of Corinth and did not easily accept that Jason married another woman. For the male audience, the evil deeds of Medea confirm their belief that women should be uneducated and kept at home. Medea was a divine character.
It captures beautiful preparations for the party, it is tiring, but the end of the result gives all delights. These are beautiful feelings and expectations of the final outcome of major planning.’[..] she loved having to arrange things; she always felt she could do it so much better than anybody else.’ (Clay, 1984: 246) Laura is the one who likes to take all the responsibility. However, she does not feel how her mother and perceptions of society control her. Mrs Sheridan is Laura 's mother who understands the harsh laws of life that is why she sticks to the rules, so that from the side her family would look perfect. It means that she makes people think that they do not argue, they are happy and, most importantly, they are able to support each other and be united.
Since a young age, the protagonist had been dependent on a family that considered her inferior to them. Therefore, as constant undeserved punishments were imposed on her, she describes, “had I been a sanguine, brilliant, careless, exacting, handsome, romping child - though equally dependent and friendless - Mrs. Reed would have endured my presence more complacently,” (11). Jane’s plain exterior was a significant factor that contributed to the emerging self-defensive wall between herself and those around her. The hatred which penetrated the protagonist’s soul brought forth a continuous battle for justice, independence, and righteousness. Had the protagonist conformed with society’s ideals, Mrs. Reed may not have rejected her niece in the abusive, cruel manner in which she did.
In the Crucible by Arthur Miller which protagonist is John Proctor, his desire to do what is right because of his reputation, his name in the town was synonymous with integrity and pride, all he wanted was respect. Notwithstanding, Elizabeth gave him his respect he deserved after his death, and Mary Tyrone, the protagonist of Long Day’s Journey into Night by Eugene O’Neill does not want people to know that she’s addicted to morphine after Edmund’s birth. She’s the main focus of the play because each act ends with her and she causes everything to happen due to the fact that she’s the only character in the play who’s looking for her motivation back that she has lost over the years before she met Tyrone. Unfortunately, she’s unable to find her
Although young she has a fierce grip on truth. This truth rarely compromises giving her a strong standard of what to live by. With this standard she faces life never relenting on what she believes to be right and fighting against anything she believes to be a lie. “I don’t know what you’re talkin’ bout but you better cut it out this red hot minute.” (83) These words were uttered by Scout in blind defense of her father. As her cousin begins to slander Atticus, Scout loses her temper and, despite not understanding the boy, defends Atticus without considering any facts.