He never financially hurt individuals, but simply businesses that could easily recover. Abagnale felt guilty for his crimes as a youth and wished that he did not have to complete them. However, Abagnale was pushed into the life of crime and had no other choice. Abagnale was never seeking to financially or mentally hurt others, but was simply taking advantage of opportunities, as well as doing everything he could to live. It is important for everyone in the world to know that Frank Abagnale is a kind hearted person that should never be viewed as an overall negative individual.
As said by Gandalf “It is the small everyday deeds of ordinary folk that keep the darkness at bay. Small acts of kindness and love.” Bilbo may not have been the hero of the story, but he was still an essential member of the team. He kept up the morale by complaining about proper tea times and handkerchiefs, which the dwarves found quite amusing and
When Huck was with the Grangerford’s he was once again free to do as he pleased. Huck was never in danger when he stayed with them there were no rules that would lessen the liking that Huck took to the Grangerford’s. If Huck was truly just chasing freedom he would have no reason to run, but he did. It is evident to the reader that Huck enjoyed his stay there until Huck was disappointed by the death of Buck. It was the violence in the feud that caused Bucks death that pushed Huck away.
McCandless is a caring and modest person while he was been thoughtless about his trek as Krakauer reveals throughout the book. Krakauer portrays Chris McCandless as a person in the world who did not wish to ally with society and wanted to flee from people to become unrestricted of rules of society. Also, he did not feel attached to his community and people so he decided to escape from public as much as he could. Therefore, McCandless can be called as unintelligent, but his journey proves how humble and warm- hearted he is as a person. Can it be said that McCandless found himself before his death?
According to the English Oxford Dictionary, a hero is defined as “a person who is admired for their courage, outstanding achievements, and noble qualities”, and Bilbo displays these things throughout the entirety of the novel. One example of his courage is seen from the start of the journey. Bilbo Baggins, a clean conserved hobbit from the Shire, has no desire for adventure or for change. He prefers to stick to his quiet hole, away from the chaos and dangers of the world. Therefore, Bilbo leaving to join the dwarves and Gandalf on their adventure takes a lot of bravery.
In other words, each time Huck tricked Jim, he acquired a greater understanding of Jim’s feelings. Although, his pranking actions soon changed in the end. Thus, Huck viewed Jim as an equal and ignored the social pressured around him that viewed Jim otherwise. Therefore, their journey together laid the foundation for them to build their friendship on. In the end, Huck gained a companion and learned that its worthwhile to walk with your friend in the dark than to travel alone in the
Hero’s that learn to become a hero along the way don’t have an unusual birth. In The Hobbit Bilbo never had an unusual birth but, lived as a normal hobbit. In the beginning of The Hobbit, we meet our main character and our Hero, Bilbo Baggins. His life is pretty boring he is afraid of adventure and the outside world. Before the hero can go on his journey they must get a call to adventure.
Bilbo is today’s society’s definition of a loner, he preferred to stay in his hut and didn’t enjoy to travel much. Bilbo is an unexpecting hero in the novel, acquiring different strengths throughout his journey such as bravery, and gaining the ability to sustain different amounts of obstacles and terrors. Over time on his journey he acquired the traits and characteristics that a normal hero would behold, along with his cunning abilities to think and react. "Bilbo Baggins is chosen as the burglar precisely because he is not a typical hero or warrior. He is small, rather than large; he is weak, rather than strong; he is timid, rather than brave; he is concerned with the comforts and pleasures of life, not combat and hardship.
As a reader we witness many depressing events throughout the novel and Stoner’s consciousness become more aware of many things however he is not a tenor of response. Usually he complies with the society rules. Throughout the novel Stoner never stood up for anything unfairly happened to him. He chooses to alienate himself from everything by staying in mute just like his parents do. His dumbness was disappeared and led to consciousness even when he had all the unfortunate events, he never felt sorry for himself.
Life in the Shoes of Walter Mitty An active imagination is not something found in the everyday grocery market, for it is not something that can be sold. It is an abstract idea gifted to lucky individuals. The author James Thurber follows a day in the life of one such individual in his short story “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”. A short piece of fiction written about an average man’s day, going about his tasks and occasionally being interrupted by bouts of his personal fantasies. Those with the gift of imagination are going to experience life differently than those around them, Walter Mitty certainly did.
No one took the time to recognize his desires of freedom and solitude, which is why many were shocked when they found him missing. Merriam-Webster defines life as an overall vision of or attitude toward life and the purpose of life. McCandless’ view on life was extraordinary and he only lived the life he thought was suitable; he appreciated the underrated belongings of life itself and longed for a greater good. One may judge his decisions on foolhardy behavior, but McCandless knew what he wanted and went for it without reflection on others’ notions. “it is easy, when you are young, to believe that what you desire is no less than what you deserve, to assume that if you want something badly enough, it is your God given right to have it” (Krakauer 155) In any case, Chris McCandless was recklessly bold and did what most could not.
Him not knowing this allows him to believe that this is God’s unfairness to him. Surviving on his own seems to be a big relief considering he doesn’t has to look after his father and he gets to keep his own rations for himself and not share with his father. Point of view, irony, setting, and symbols all pull this story together to show depressing times that should never happen to any race no matter what the crime. Light is needed when lost in the darkness of night. One that doesn’t have “light” can get lost and never find themselves a right path which can lead to more troubles than what should have