To the devil with it all!” (Kafka 14). Although he had just awoken to find himself transformed into a gigantic bug, Gregor worried more about how much he despised his work. The pressure that the family placed on Gregor led him to be less concerned with his own well-being; furthermore, his inability to get to work makes Gregor feel guilty. Gregor is enslaved to his job and his family; when his mother said, "'Believe me, sir, there's something the matter with him. Otherwise how would Gregor have missed a train?
People trusted him, and respected everything he said and did as president. George was intelligent, but at the same time he was a people person and could work a crowd. He said the right thing, and was overall a well respected leader and president. John Adams was a kind leader, and was all about peace. He helped the people know that things would be okay, he made the people calm in times where they should be worried.
“We starved because we did not plan well, work hard, or have good government.” (Doc D) In other words, Smith asserts they failed to prepare and adjust because of their reliance on Native Americans for the first two years. Once Smith left the Natives stopped helping them. It got so bad that
Mrs. Aguado April Morning by Howard Fast US History Honors 1 Why does Moses Cooper get angry with Adam? Moses Cooper gets angry with his son, Adam, because Adam was reluctant to begin the unnamed task, yet was quick to finish it. This means the task was most likely rushed and not completely accomplished. What is Cousin Simmons’ occupation? Cousin Simmons’ was a blacksmith.
With all of these soul-shattering, life-changing conditions, it is less of a war and more of a test of strength for the soldiers, here at Valley Forge. Some men were going home and not returning. Other men just completely deserted. Even George Washington’s position was uncertain, the members of congress didn’t trust him. Life at Valley Forge was obviously horrible, and the ugly truth is that it wouldn’t get much better.
Motivation - Jethro is motivated to work hard on the farm by his father and other family members. He wants to show that he can do it. David Burrow Background - Not much is told about his background except that he isn’t liked by many people. Major Flaws - David is is very temperamental and likes to stir trouble with People. Emotional Needs - David feels very angered when he sees Jethro because he thinks of Jethro’s dad as a traitor because of Bill.
Many soldier left due to the lack of food, clothes, shoes, and equipment while other soldiers deserted not for the lack of supplies but to the opposition the Confederate policies and principles (1). However, the major cause of desertion was homesickness and to once again be with their families back home. Many men left the army after they became aware of the hardships and danger encountered by their families back home. Soldiers also deserted in an attempt to alleviate the hardships endured by their families and communities. Enlistment in the army kept men away from their homes for extended periods and destroyed the economic foundation of semi-subsistent mountain families.
With this job he became a very skilled hunter and tracker after a long time in business. He would also care for cattle and sheep of the guests. Even though he was harshly disciplined when he got in trouble he was rebellious as a young boy. He didn't feel like following rules and didn't want to go to school because he found it boring. He ran away from home at thirteen to escape school.
The wages were poor and he hated the manner in which the camps were run. He noted feelings of mutual resentment in the camp, as the men were angered at the government’s way of handling the situation. Thus, to these men, the relief camps had a negative impact on Canadian society. The government had previously hoped that the camps would prevent the rise of communism. However, by grouping these men together, “Bennett basically provided basic training camps for the army of unemployed” (5).
Caesar was a friend to all, a great leader, a great warrior, and a man who cared for the people but he was still a man and like a man he had ambitions. those ambitions are what made him great but they are also what made him dangerous not only for Rome's enemies but for Rome herself and the men, women, and children whom reside in her. Caesar was not dangerous because of the man he was