While and after the kitten is dying, he lets his emotions pour over and doesn’t care what his family sees of him, only about the dead kitten. He tells himself, “I don’t want to be a man” Before this sentence he also states many other statements that are contradictory to what his family thinks he should think. The protagonist directly tells a member of his family how he feels, which is showing that his emotions have made the decision about whether he is going to fit into his family or not. This shows that he decides to get straight when an animal is dead and his family is involved. The end of the story proves that the characters emotions are the strongest when an animal is dead due to the actions of his family.
Meursault’s slight desire to have a smoke was more important to him than showing respect for his recently deceased mother. This reinforces how unimportant death is to Meursault. Moreover, during the vigil, Meursault is overwhelmed with exhaustion and falls asleep, which the elderly folks that are present find disrespectful. However, Meursault is completely indifferent to how other people perceive him. Also, the caretaker of the elderly home in Marengo makes “blunt comments about how
He wants to set a strong example for his son, Travis, just like his father did for him. Even though Walter is the main character of the story, it is the women in his life who have the biggest dream for him, to find his own manhood. Manliness is having the strength to stand up for what is right, and Mama realizes that Walter has found his manhood when she says to Ruth, “He finally come into his manhood today, didn’t he? Kind of like a rainbow after the rain”(1935). Throughout the play when Walter loses and eventually recovers his pride it forms a major plotline in the play.
While this is a pivotal moment in his life, he makes his decision without much difficulty, as all of his previous experiences strengthen his emotional courage to prepare him for this moment. Fincher’s use of a low-angle shot of Benjamin before he leaves gives the sense that he is not worried or hesitant; he remains confident in the decision he made. That being said, making the decision to leave also helps to further develop his emotional courage by making him realize the importance of moving on and living life without regrets. While he does continue to worry for Daisy and his daughter after he leaves, he does not let that become a central part of his life. Instead, he accepts the fact that they had gone their separate ways and starts living life to the fullest, using his time to travel the world and to do as he please.
The Scout and Jem are in the learning stage and they will learn the importance of justice later in the book. Scout often consults Jem for wisdom and support, but the Jem sometimes give a wrong advice. Actual Mockingbird The name of the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” suggests that the mockingbirds are important. In the initial phase, the Jem and Scout were learning to use their shiny air rifles and the Atticus doesn’t teach them to shoot, but he actually gives them some rules to follow: He says to shoot at cans made of tin in the backyard and bluejays, but doesn’t ever hit a mockingbird because it is a sin. The mockingbirds are guiltless and it is a peccadillo to kill them.
By the end, Scout smiles at him and says, “Hey Boo” (362). This action shows that there were no more doubts but a strong bond between them. Scout doesn’t fear him anymore but contrary to that she trusts him. She also recognizes that Scout was a shy man and a really good friend. Because Boo always hides himself in the corner so Scout helps him to go out.
Quasimodo is the main protagonist of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”. In my opinion he is the most warm-hearted character in all Disney movies. His love seems to be the strongest (he is even able to break free of the chains which held him in the bell tower to rescue Esmeralda from being execute). However, he wants make Esmeralda happy that he stepped back when he notice that Esmeralda chose Phoebus as her lover. Despite his appearance, she wasn 't afraid of going with him to the cathedra to watch Quasimodo world (his bells, miniature figurines and toys, a scale wooden model of Paris which he did by his own - it also shows his willingness to be a part of
The film made me think about how grateful I should be that my parent are like Moana and how they want the best for me. The work changed my view of the world and myself because it is dangerous in the world and I should dream big like Moana. Also the filmmaker was trying to give the idea that a person can conquer anything that society throws at them. In addition, that you should always strive to be different. Some symbols in the movie are Maui’s tattoos, his tattoos represent everything he has did in his life.
They also possess great, enviable qualities other people wish they had. For example, introverts are great listeners. They don’t need to do the talking, yet people will still love speaking with introverts. Another advantage is that introverts do not need external rewards to keep their minds in focus. Because they love and desire to be alone, that itself is the best reward they can give to himself.
Because of the arrival of Neo (the main protagonist), his fantasies towards the love of his life has been completely crushed. I believe that he intensely trust’s that the matrix can remove his harsh and painful memories in real life, considering that he’s had an agonizing past too. He wants to be seen as someone exceptional in the matrix, someone with fame and fortune, such as a hero or an actor. Once he’s in the matrix, there’s no going back to the real world because he chooses to stay in there for good and avoid his past in reality. So therefore, not only he wants to be inside the matrix for good, he does want to return to a state of being happy, or in other words, “blissful ignorance”, and hence the reason why he said “Ignorance is bliss”.