Atticus was the only one who hadn’t refused because he didn’t believe in discrimination. "There are some men in this world who were born to do our unpleasant jobs for us” (219) , Atticus is one of those men who do humanity’s unpleasant jobs for us. Atticus’s strong character and moral values not only make him a metaphorical mockingbird, but overall a great man. Innocence is the motif that defines To Kill A Mockingbird. The humane, unbiased characters: Tom Robinson, Scout Finch, and Atticus Finch, are mockingbirds in the greater plan of this book, they don’t harm others and only release good into the world.
My final reason is he always finds a way to get through the bad things. “Louie cried he was about to faint. The doctor withdrew the needle.” (143). Louie was in a bad situation at the camp, so he pretended he was about to pass out so the doctor at the camp did not have to go through the tests. Louie is a strong, resilient character who knows how to keep on going through tough
As Pearl faces the same shame as her parents, such as being called “an imp of evil, emblem and product of sin" (Hawthorne, 129), her need for care and attention grows larger. The final aspect of love in the novel is one of the importance and connection to family. The humiliation and contempt they all felt brought them closer together as they did not want to witness any of their suffering. Pearl’s reaction to her father’s death exemplifies the depth and strength of their connection. The narrator describes their final moments by saying “Pearl kissed his lips.
Also, Junior reacts to the heartbreak of his grandmother’s death by finding an outlet to his struggles. By constructing lists of people, foods, books, and musicians that bring him happiness, Junior finds a unique way to grieve for his losses. He reflects, “I keep writing and rewriting, drawing and redrawing, and rethinking and revising and reediting. It became my grieving ceremony” (Alexie 178). Junior’s ceremony forms hope out of a bitter misery surrounding him.
This really sets the tone for the rest of the novel, including leading up to Rex’s diagnosis of tuberculosis. He was always pleased in living a life such as the homeless. Rex eventually died of a heart attack. The reason I find this the most important contributions to forgiveness is because her father was one of her best friends. She always believed in him when he ceased to believe in himself.
3, ch. 1). Gradgrind is able to find a sort of reclamation as a person capable of feelings with Sissy’s help. By caring for his family, such as providing care and sitting at Mrs. Gradgrind’s beside while she died, and being a role model to Jane, she sets an example by caring for his family. She also helps Gradgrind see his mistakes in only teaching facts when he sees how distraught Louisa is at being unable to handle her emotions.
One of the foundering fathers of this great country Thomas Jefferson merges different point of view so that he could present the colonist’s injustice as a single voice. Hyneman conveys great point in which he argues that liberty is something that of a blessing and like many Colonists recognize that absolute liberty is not obtainable without a form of government. Also in Hyneman piece, Thomas Jefferson and his fellow colonist were worn-out of being treated less than the British people therefore Thomas’ declaration of independence emphasizes that all men are equal in which it was embodied by his people furthermore they would no longer consent the tax proposed by England. As know by most, the declaration of independence was a written document
The Redcoats and rebels was written by Christopher Hibbert. Mr. Hibbert wrote the book “A Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, he was awarded a DPhil by Leicester University in 2000” (Francis). In addition to Mr. Hibberts work and recognition, includes “His most substantial work was a two-volume biography of George IV, praised for its thoroughgoing, sympathetic assessment of a poorly understood figure: “George IV: Prince of Wales, 1762-1811” (1972) and “George IV: Regent and King, 1812-1830” (1973). He also wrote biographies of Charles I, Samuel Johnson, Charles Dickens and Benjamin Disraeli, as well as studies of Venice and London that, like his book on Rome, carried the designation “biography” in their subtitles” (Grimes). In addition,
“Not so self-centered that you never listen to other people” (Hugh Hefner). In the story of Antigone, Creon shows the characteristics of a tragic hero, as he is the king he shows his self-confident and he does not recognize his flaws until the end of the story. All of this leads into his downfall in the tragedy and causes him to realized what he had done. Creon is a tragic hero because of his self-righteousness, his excessive pride, and he does not listen to the opinion of others. Creon believes that whatever he says or decide is true, he has so much of self-righteousness.
The poet lists tactile imagery which emphasise the mother’s loving actions, “she had bathed him And rubbed him down with bare palms”. The unusual image of “-humming in her eyes-” suggests a mother’s lullaby. The use of the dashes breaks the poem’s rhythm, bringing out the mother’s emotion. It is tragic that she can’t bring herself to sing but wants him to rest peacefully. The poet compares this mother to other mothers in the refugee camp to amplify her love for her child and therefore the suffering she has to go through while watching him die.