They all venture far away to a mountain, in hope of reclaiming their treasure that has been taken over by a mischievous dragon. Along the way, they overcome many obstacles that threaten their lives and put their trust for one another to the test. Bilbo learns that there is more to him than he realizes and through hard work and dedication, he can accomplish almost anything. Overcoming these problems and learning more about himself helped Bilbo change from an ordinary, self-doubting hobbit into a clever, courage-filled, loyal hero. In the beginning, Bilbo has no desire to go on an adventure of any kind, but he quickly learns about the cleverness he obtains when he is forced to make quick decisions.
Maturity is a concept that ample adults have had difficulty incorporating into the lives of their children. This simple concept is not something that can be forced upon someone and have said person respond positively. Maturity needs to come from experiencing life and learning from one 's mistakes. Mark Twain 's novel entitled Adventures of Huckleberry Finn shows the real power behind facing the world head on and accepting that life will not always be perfect, and that there is always something that can be improved in the lives of others. Huckleberry Finn faces many ethical and moral situations that force him to decide between what he thinks is right based on his past and what his new knowledge makes him feel is right.
One of the traits that shows chivalry in a person is bravery. Bravery is something that is shown throughout many year is many different ways. In the story “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” the Green Knight appears and asks for someone to accept his challenge which consists of swinging an axe at the Knight knowing that in a year the Knight would come back to swing on Sir Gawain, everyone was scared and did not accept.
The power of nature is the most influential force in the book because nature teaches Cole about growing up and makes him notice that there are things more powerful than him. For example, in the book after he gets mauled by the bear, he starts to notice what’s around him. The irony in this book is that he never saw what nature was really about, and then when he was ripped apart he couldn’t move and enjoy what he had just discovered. The next theme is Anger, I thought that this was important because the whole story is about a boy who can’t control his anger. Anger isn’t only related to Cole but also his father.
In every person's life journey there are hardships, and only if they persevere and trust in God will they succeed in life. The dwarf company showed perseverance throughout The Hobbit book. Just like the Jews of the Holocaust and even Jews in ancient Bible times, the dwarves survived a disaster. Only through extreme perseverance in faith did the dwarf company and Jews survive. Likewise, every person needs the perseverance to get through life’s struggles.
For the first time ever, Beowulf needs assistance in battle. He is King, which means that his responsibility toward his people has become much greater. He must ensure that they are protected from all forces of evil. It is evident that his motivation in battle has changed. When he was younger, he just wanted to pursue glory.
Courage is not just about being brave in front of others or being fearful but standing up to them, it is about being courageous on the inside, using everything in your heart to achieve the unachievable and reaching goals you never thought you would ever reach. You do not need to have any sort of characteristic to be courageous, anyone can be it and some people don’t even realise it sometimes when they are. In Gawain’s experience, underneath it all, he wanted to prove to himself that he was worthy of being a knight and that he obtained chivalry and knighthood and carried it with him everywhere he went. It is true to say that he proved himself and the theme of courage is treated positively because of him as he was always true to
Abandoned.Lost.Aggression.The dwarves all showed this in the novel “The Hobbit” by J.R.R Tolkien.Now there are a lot of great qualities of this book,and one of those is the immense detail that is put into it.J.R.R. Tolkien has made me read the book as if I am actually there.He really makes the book pop out.Now I believe all this enormous detail surrounds a very good theme.In my opinion the theme is that you should never take your home for granted because you never know when it might be gone.In this story the theme is about the dwarves and their home.The dwarves got it ripped from the very ground that they had lived their whole lives.So in this story there is much to say that the dwarves really wanted revenge for their home being taken
Before putting Frodo on his back, Sam thinks “that he would have barely strength to lift his master alone, and beyond that he expected to share in the dreadful dragging weight of the accursed Ring. But it was not so,” (Tolkien 919). In this scene, Frodo can no longer move because of his weakened state to which a variety of factors contribute, but the ring’s heavy toll on him is the most damaging. Sam’s “absolute” commitment to Frodo drives him to do whatever is necessary to keep Frodo moving (Milne 120). As a result, he, without a second thought, decides to overcome this obstacle by carrying Frodo for the rest of the distance to Mount Doom, disregarding the physical weight of Frodo, the influence of the ring, and his own malnourished state.
Then in the second task, Harry had to save his friends from under the Black Lake (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 479-508). Finally, for the third task, Harry had to find his way through an ever-changing maze filled with obstacles and enchantments to slow him down to the Triwizard Cup, eventually leading him to his first confrontation with Voldemort since Voldemort’s death (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 605-635). Harry’s hard work and determination also pay off numerous times later in the series, including achieving his dreams of becoming an Auror after defeating