Beatings and abuse did not keep Louie from resisting. These experiences show how people can go through horrible, disgusting, deplorable situations and can still recover. Louie went from having flashbacks of his time in the POW camp to living a happy life until he died at 97 years. People can recover from anything. They just need support and for people to care about
This could be seen when Juan said, "He called to tell me that Big D [DeAndre] was doing great while he was training him at the APD academy. And that these past few months, Big D really committed himself of becoming the police officer he always wanted to be. " When people give up harmful things to do what they 've always wanted, it would make anyone proud. The tragedy struck when Juan got another phone call about DeAndre. "I 'm sorry to tell you this but, Big D had been shot five times in the back last night over in his old neighborhood."
Optimism and resiliency are some of the reasons why Louie survived in the POW camps. He got out of the camp after the war was over but there was more struggle to come have come. Louie would have flashbacks non-stop when he would sleep he would freak out about them and put people in danger. After this he began to drink badly, and harm his wife and his newborn daughter He later reconnected with God and stuck with his promise of devoting his life to
After Louie got captured he was taken to a camp, while he heard voices “He let their voices wash over him, finding reason to hope” (pg. 140). When at the P.O.W. camp Kwajalein, Louie would hope and he would always hear voices that reassured him that everything was going to be alright. “Louie bore it with clenched fists, eyes blazing, but the assaults were wearing him down” (pg. 186). When Louie first met The Bird, Louie got beat and brutalized leaving him with less hope than before, but he always got back up to take the next hit. “A lifetime of glory is worth a moment of pain” (pg. 36).
He makes all the decisions on what to do on the island, which angers Jack. Ralph was the one to find the conch shell, which is a symbol of power. The conch was used to summon all the boys together. Ralph participates in the bullying of Piggy, and he allows it to continue. Overall Ralph is an extremely respectful boy.
Even though he almost gets killed multiple times, he stays confident and determined. He was killed, but that only slightly slowed down his progress. He used his brain to lead when his body could not. He risked everything to save the princess. In the beginning, he left to go to America to help her.
They made it through to tell their tales and now because of their fight for their rights, America as a whole could come together stronger than it was before. America has made many mistakes, the internment camps being one of the many. Without the mistakes though, we would never learn. The Japanese had stayed faithful and true to America and with it came great achievement of a stronger nation. After the war, the military started enrolling Japanese-American citizens in the army.
Harry defeated Voldemort multiple times, despite only being a teenager. Harry even sacrificed his own life to protect the ones he loved. Harry survived the killing curse once again, and was then able to defeat Voldemort in the final battle. Harry managed all this with the help of friends and teachers. He never ceased to be brave, even when he was terrified.
Odysseus’ last mentor and helper is his family. His memories of Penelope and Telemachus kept him going and gave him the encouragement he needed to come home. Penelope, although surrounded by suitors, stayed faithful to her husband. She says, “Eurymachus, all my excellence, my beauty and figure, were ruined by the immortals … If he (Odysseus) were to come back to me and take care of my life, then my reputation would be more great and splendid.” The same cannot be said for Odysseus, though, as he cheated on Penelope with Circe and Calypso.
Seth Stockton is a dedicated and motivated individual. After success in a sales career, Seth has chosen to expand his capabilities and pursue a degree as an ultrasound technician; this ability to adapt and grow speaks volumes about Seth’s character and his willingness to learn. His interest in and passion for ultrasound imaging spring from his own experience as a new father, as he saw his own daughter on the ultrasound screen for the first time. Because of this personal connection, I believe Seth brings with him a unique ability to strike a balance between professionalism and quiet compassion, an ability which is strongly needed in this field.
Natalie was extremely dynamic. While meeting Henry she changes as a person, but goes through many trials to become that person. Stealing her mothers pills and smoking pot is not ideal for a sixteen year old child, but she overcomes this. It turns out that her only fear was her mother. next to normal is a dramatic and emotional musical, but has some heart-felt moments as
Carreker has always had a partner he has gone and invested in things with. He made sure he would have enough capital and he and his partner started to acquire different apartment buildings and renovate them and sell them for more profit. They own about 2000 apartments in the southeast. Mr. Carreker had never settled for a partner for hire, he has made sure the partner wanted to succeed as bad as he did and made sure he or she was a trustworthy partner. Mr. Carreker is a big outdoorsman and he loves to hunt.
The Forgiving and Rebellious, Louie Zamperini Louie was a rebellious child who became one of America’s great fighters in World War 2. Louie was making bad choices as a child and his brother, Pete, picked him up and made him a great olympian runner. Louie was a lieutenant in the Army Air Forces. He was captured and tortured by the Japanese. In the novel, Unbroken, written by Laura Hillenbrand, Louie was rebellious and forgiving because he was a rebel in the beginning of the novel and he forgave all of his captors.
War Combat, loyalty, enmity, bloodshed, and duty, all words that fit under the category of war. The novel Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand is about Louis Zamperini a strong willed man raised in Torrance, California. He started as a young troublemaker until he discovered his passion for running in high school. That very passion led him to compete in the Olympics. Later he enlisted in the Army Air Corps, a brave decision that would change his life.
The Life of Louie Zamperini Louie Zamperini has been though a lot. He felt dehumanized. Before he was in World War II and fought against the Japanese, Louie was an Olympic runner. He was transfixed by running.