Crispin listens to Bear tell his stories and adventures and learns more of the world. There is one particular story that really stuck out to Crispin and that was the story of how Bear changed his stars. The story goes that Bear’s father gave Bear away to a convent and Bear was to become a monk. Well then one day Bear saw the performers in the square and realized that that was what he wanted to do. So Bear did the only logical thing and ran away from the Convent.
From the book Crispin the Cross of Lead by Avi, the 13 year old protagonist Crispin started off as a runaway from his home in Stromford Village after his mother died because he was wrongly accused of thievery, thus resulting in him being declared a wolf’s head. While on the run Crispin met Bear, who challenged him, protected him, and taught him. In the end, Crispin’s new self was challenged as he risked his life to save Bear in Great Wexley. Throughout the story Crispin matures tremendously, starting off as timid and sinful, then growing to question his background and be more courageous, and finally becoming free and brave. Crispin began the start of the story as a fearful and cowardly young boy.
Starting off as a young no-named peasant who has never seen the world, he had little to no experience in travel, when advised to flee the village; he had to be heroic in order to survive. For instance, when he senses that there is a spy after Bear, he goes out of his way to warn those at Bears meeting even if it means imperiling his own life. As stated in Crispin: The Cross of Lead, “… I went to the main street, and ran in the direction Bear had gone. I had to warn him.” (Avi, 224). He cared deeply for Bear and worked up the courage to go and warn the tavern.
This story is about a half St. Bernard, half sheepdog named Buck, who lived on a farm in California, until one day he was kidnapped and sold to dog traders to match the growing need for sled dogs to try to find gold. These dog traders beat him and cursed him until they broke his ways and proved their point. The traders put Buck in a crate and sent him by rail road to a couple of mail carriers working for the government, Perrault and Francois. When Buck arrives at Canada, he is surprised by the cold weather and harsh environment created by the other sled dogs in the area. Curly, another dog bought by the mail carriers, stepped off the ship and was immediately met by a huskie who wanted to fight him.
Have one of he or she’s friends ever dealt with conflict? Probably, Did he or she have a good point-of-view or bad point-of-view, And how did it affect your point-of-view. In Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen a summary is “After smashing peter’s head into the sidewalk he goes to an Alaska island, And after getting mauled by a bear, he goes back to Minneapolis but the circle makes him go back but he has to pay for everything, When Peter comes to the island Cole tries to make it right with him but after Peter beating up Cole Peter says that he forgives Cole”. Cole notices how bad his Point-of-view is with his parents and how it changes with his mom but not his dad, and how it changes on the island and with Peter. In the first place, Coles
When animals around the planet begin to attack humankind, it is up to one man to persuade the world to take action, or allow themselves to perish. Jackson Oz, a dropout from Columbia University, has for years, been developing a theory called HAC or Human Animal Conflict. After noticing an increasing number vicious of animal attacks on humans, Oz dropped out of Columbia University to focus more on HAC, that raised several eyebrows from his peers. He has no job or PhD and is struggling. All over the world, brutal attacks are destroying entire cities.
Along Mazy May Creek, Walt and his father lived. There were strange men starting to pass through their area, and Walt had agreed to help keep his father’s friend, Loren Hall’s, claim safe. After Walt watched the men for a while, he decided to go to Dawson. He didn’t have any dogs, so he stole some of the men’s in a rush for Dawson. The men shot at him and attempted to catch him over and over again until he found Loren Hall at his camp and they rode to “gold commissioner’s office”.
When Buck meets up with the wolf pack, he begins to fight the pack one by one. At one point, the alpha wolf gives up his spot for Buck. “Buck writhing his lips into the preliminary af a snarl, but sniffed noses with him” (london 107). This soports my theme by he didn't have anyone to lead or had any pack to defend. So he would find a pack and worked his way to the top.
Brute Force develops from fighting with an overgrown monster to avoiding the beautiful singers to winning back his family. Brute Force occurs a countless of time in The Odyssey. In this episode Odysseus the speaker tells how he and his fellow crew mates escaped the Cyclops. When Odysseus and his men were stuck in the cave of the Cyclops, he looked on as Polyphemus picked up men, "like squirming puppies" (279). As the story goes on the Cyclops idea of just eating the men does not work because, Odysseus and his men escape from
During the time of the Middle Ages, serfs and peasants had no rights because they were the lower class people. World Book Online specifically says, “ The peasants had few rights and were almost completely at the mercy of their lords. A peasant family worked together to farm both the lord's fields and their own. Peasants also performed whatever other tasks the lord demanded, such as cutting wood, storing grain, or repairing roads and bridges. Peasants were not free because they had sworn an oath to the lord.