Walter had hired a guide to help kill the lion. The guide provided information to the law that the lion was killed by Walter Palmer. He says that Cecil was shot by a bow and arrow. After Cecil was shot he was soon returned to America for a trophy after taking him off the premises of
This shows he did not show valor because he took the easy ways out of battle by shooting himself so he could leave the war. The second time we see someone who is not a hero is when O’Brien had been shot a second time and Bobby Jorgenson would not get out to help him. O’Brien recalled when he had been shot and he said “So when I got shot the second time, in the butt, along the Song Tra Bong, it took the son of a bitch almost ten minutes to work up the nerve to crawl over to me”(121). This shows he was not a hero because O’Brien had been shot and Bobby was not willing to run out and help O’Brien when he needed it most. Also when Bobby went to help O’Brien he did a terrible job and nearly let O’Brien die of shock.
After being viciously mauled by a grizzly bear, Glass was expected to die from his wounds. His trapping party decides to leave two volunteers- John Fritzgerald and Jim Bridger- to stay behind with Glass until he dies. Fearing an attack from the Arikara tribe, Fritzgerald decided to steal Glass’s gun and knife and flee with Bridger instead. What the two men didn’t realize was that Glass is not dead yet.
The Second attempt by Scar to kill Mufasa and Simba didn’t go as planned but it worked to his advantage. Scar tricked young Simba into a valley alone, telling him that Mufasa is planning a surprise for him. As he placing Simba in the exact location, Scar gives the hyenas the signal to start a stampede. Scar then lies to Mufasa saying that Simba is in the stampede. Mufasa recuses his son and dies in the process.
Sam was back home from the war, and he kept giving Tim reminders that there could be some cattle thieves, but Tim didn’t listen; one a group of soldiers stole a couple of cattle and when Sam tried to go stop them, they went to tell the General and he was executed for being a cattle thief. Tim walked in the room where his mother was, and explains where Sam is: “‘They arrested him,’ I said, ‘The ones who stole the cattle beat him up, and then they said he’d stolen the cattle himself and marched him off somewhere. ’”(184). Sam’s death wasn’t what Timmy expected because Sam had no reward for his valor and no glory or freedom. Tim was questioning in himself, “If you have no reward for your valor and don’t get your freedom, after you fight what is the
Another situation where you should not be held accountable is also in the story “the most dangerous game” Page 49 Paragraph 142 It says “And now,” said the general, “I want to show you my new collection of heads. Will you come with me to the library?’’ General zaroff was going to show Rainsford his collection of human heads.
They decided to flee town to go to Loreto so they wouldn 't get caught for killing a man, and once they did they sent trackers to find them. The trackers decided to camp out around the same area Kino, Juana, and Coyotito were staying. Kino decided that he needed to kill them so he took of his clothes and snuck down the mountain. Coyotito began to cry and the trackers thought it was a coyote so he pointed up towards the cave and shot, killing Coyotito. In the end of the book Kino and Juana walk side beside going back to their village.
Tylar Dalley Ms. Roberts ELA _5__ 15 March, 2017 Should Marry Die Booth is a guy who killed the president and A girl named Marry was someone who kinda knew about his plan. But Mary thought that he was going to kidnap the president when really he had switched plans and he killed him instead. The problem is everyone thought that she was apart of the assassination when all she did was take his guns to a place, and she gave him a pair of binoculars that he ended up using when he killed the president. Mary Surratt should not be hung for her crimes. Mary she wasn 't in the paper with the others who killed Abraham.
The troops ask for them to camp on Wounded land and they will be send back the next morning and the Sioux agreed. The next morning the troops confiscated their weapons and took them away some natives were angry and kept some weapons. A soldier ask a deaf Sioux to put his weapon down but he did not understand they started to pulled and a shot was fired the war broke out and they army killed over one hundred fifty three unarmed Sioux. After the massacre the U.S. tried to help and rescue the survivors but a blizzard passed threw and the bodies froze it was too late. The Dawes Act was created for the government’s goal to divide up the tribal land among individual natives.
He brought his friend along, but dropped him off with a different friend because he couldn’t dig up bodies with the monster and Henry looking over his shoulder. As Victor began making a companion for the monster, he decided that he could not go through with this because it isn’t safe for society and even though his current monster is peaceful, the other one may not be the same. The monster watched as Victor destroyed his future companion, and then decided to destroy anyone who was close to Victor as a means of
People constantly change as time passes and therefore their perspectives continuously alter as well. The classic novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, portrays the lives of two children, Jem and Scout, during the Great Depression, as they mature in a small, dull, and segregated town called Maycomb, Alabama. However, the once peaceful city, seen through the eyes of Scout Finch, suddenly shifts when the citizens falsely accuse a black man named Tom Robinson of raping a white woman named Mayella Ewell. The children’s view of the peaceful town transforms into a racist and stereotypical community of hypocrites. Furthermore, Scout was not the only white citizen of Maycomb to understand the unfair customs.
From the selections of symbols from The Great Gatsby, I chose the eyes of T.J Eckleburg. I’ve read many theories about the meaning of T.J Eckleburg's eyes in The Great Gatsby. As you may find out, T.J Eckleburg was a doctor in our story. The big blue eyes that were described so vividly by Nick Carraway; another character in our story, are on an old billboard advertisement. They are a pair of fading, bespectacled eyes painted on an old advertising billboard over the valley of ashes.
In William Shakespeare’s story of Macbeth and Harper Lee’s book To Kill A Mockingbird, children are used as motivators as well as an influencers of the actions and the decisions of the characters in these two stories. Children are seen as someone to inspire and to look up to you, as well as someone to fear and use a tool to manipulate others. Children are protected, and also framed for unspeakable deeds. Children are plotted against to be murdered for what they could be in the future, but they can also save someone from the same fate. Children represent a significant point of motivation for both Macbeth and Atticus Finch, the contrast exists in the course of action each man pursues: the former is compelled to do evil while the latter is compelled to do good.
Heck Tate's first and foremost duty was to protect Boo Radley. But because Atticus seemed convinced from the outset that his own son committed great crime and was ready to see him fairly tried. I think a secondary reason for Heck to present this argument was to protect Jem. Obviously Jem was a victim, but knowing Ewell was dead, Atticus jumps to conclusions about how it was done. I think Atticus comes to believe that there was a struggle that resulted in Jem's injury, but that Jem was the victor who actually took the life of Ewell.