John Cena once said, “When people show loyalty to you, you take care of those who are with you. It’s how it goes with everything. If you have a small circle of friends, and one of those friends doesn’t stay loyal to you, they don’t stay your friend for very long.” Just like what John Cena said, loyalty can bring very special people into your life and bring them closer to you. If someone doesn’t have loyalty in them, they can’t be a close friend, just like what Rikki Tikki has done in the story “Rikki Tikki Tavi’ by Rudyard Kipling.
Nagaina, a character in the story “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi” by Rudya Kipling, is an vicious cobra that wants everything for herself. She never listens to anyone and carelessly does anything she wants no matter what happens to the people around her. Nagaina would cause harm to anyone at any good time just for her enjoyment. She is very imperious, strong, and irresponsible for everything. Nagaina is very imperious and likes taking control of all of the plans
The definition of strong is to keep on going even when things are not working out. In the novel Ethan Frome by Edith wharton The character Zeena has unexpected strength and Mattie Silver is surprisingly lacking strength. Zeena has a lot of hidden acts of strength in the book. People always thought that she was sickly but in the end she showed great toughness.
Petruchio uses sexual puns in an effort to undermine Katherine 's anger and resistence. Many other characters in the play refer to Katherine as some sort of dangerous wild animal, and in this conversation, Petruchio refers to her as a wasp. In anger, She replies that if she is a wasp, then Petruchio should be wary of her sting. In a confident manner, Petruchio replies that he will just simple pluck her stinger out making it impossible to hurt him. When Petruchio says this, he is basically challenging Katherine.
In the novel, Mariatu says things to people that provide important information to the story. Mariatu is talking to the two rebel boys right before they chop off her hands. Mariatu is begging to the two rebels to just kill her instead of making her suffer. Mariatu exclaims, “If you are going to chop off my hands, please just kill me now” (Kamara/McClelland 40). After reading the passage, it is clear to the audience that Mariatu is extremely nervous to get her hand cut off.
The way one portrays his or her self can very quite differently from person to person. Clothes, makeup and jewelry are all superficial ways one can depict one’s self. In contrast, one can portray him or herself on a deeper more intimate level. Establishing the way a person wants to be portrayed is like learning to walk, it takes small productive steps to gain the strength and knowledge to get to the desired destination. Trials and tribulations illustrate and shape one’s true self.
“What I didn’t bank on was—the world he would show me. A way of life. A way of possibilities,” Says Alexa Vere de Vere as she embraces the stage spaced around her. Although she is sitting, she brings life to the words as if she was running around the stage. As Bees in Honey Drown is a play by Douglas Carter Beane, first preformed in 1997.
In Clive Barker’s The Thief of Always, Hood, the antagonist, creates 4 servants to help him on his path to evil. 3 of those characters are very similar to Hood and each other and those are the points that will be highlighted in this essay. Hood put aspects of himself in Jive, Carna, Marr, and Rictus but that what he put into the first three are the most important. Carna and Hood seem very similar in the way that they are both very harsh.
The Charm School by Nelson DeMille is a thriller set in Soviet Russia about the journey of U.S. embassy workers after receiving a call from an American tourist, Gregory Fisher, about the existence of what he calls The Charm School. He found out about the school in the woods North of Borodino Field, the site of War and Peace. He was told by an Air Force POW, Major Jack Dodson, that they are keeping Air Force POWs from Vietnam there. The school is a place where Red Air Force officers can learn to be American by POW teachers. Then they are sent to America where they infiltrate society, slipping unnoticed into America and spying for the Soviet Union.