Rueben's use of the word "dad" and "Great God Almighty" causes readers to believe with Rueben that his dad is comparable to a god. It also creates the idea that Jeremiah is a bad person for not healing his own son's disabilities but would go out of his way to heal the enemy. It can be inferred that Reuben is angry at his father because of the tone, which, in turn, causes readers to think like Reuben because it is written in his voice. The importance of this passage though, is that it is Reuben's first reaction that wasn’t as pleasant which gives readers insight to how Reuben's character
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight tell about a loyal servant (Sir Gawain) of King, Arthur who accepted a dangerous challenge from the Green Knight in place of the king. He felt that his life would be less missed if anyone were to lose their life. He was a man of great integrity for accepting and holding his end of the deal with the Green Knight. Sir Gawain had faced a few problems on his journey in this story which tested his morals and caused him to have an internal conflict. You will see the trials that he faced and may find that Sir Gawain’s decisions turned out for the better for him.
Homer’s The Odyssey is a story about a man named Odysseus and his journey and misfortune that occurs while trying to return home. Due to its origins in oral improvisation, The Odyssey is characterized by many paradoxes. However, these paradoxes can and do function within the context of the story. One paradox in The Odyssey is how Odysseus is constantly praised as an incredibly capable hero, yet he seems to always need a god to help him out of trouble. Despite the seemingly contradictory nature of this statement, both can be true considering that the times when he needs a god’s help are when another god created the problem in the first place.
Creon in the end, however, came to recognize his stuborness at the foot of his destruction after several warnings. After Antigone’s punishment was declared, many tried to persuade Creon to change his mind. One of his counsels came from his own son. “I beg you do not be unchangeable: do not believe that you alone can be right” (3.77). Despite this, Creon in fact is unchangeable.
His intense devotion to God in the Puritan society, along with his fear of being ostracized, makes him favor keeping his role of leadership in the church over his conscience, which tells him to own up to his sins. This is mentally very unhealthy for Dimmesdale, which leads to self-abuse from his guilty conscience. Dimmesdale uses a “bloody scourge” and fasted in order to “torture, but could not purify himself” (121). Not only did Dimmesdale whip himself, he almost killed himself through torture only in order to try and subdue the guilt that he could never get rid of. He even brands himself with the letter A, a mark of his sins that he is only willing to reveal to himself until the end of the novel.
While reading The Odyssey, the reader notices that unfortunate events caused by suspicion and judgement are fueled by a lack of trust. Trust is a big part of Odysseus’ relationship with his crew. As the leader, he is responsible for every one of them and must lead them well. Odysseus must be trusted by his men, or else they will not leave their lives in his hands by obeying his every order. Twice in the book, Odysseus’ men go against his orders and lead themselves to devastation.
Question 1 Boesman’s emotional state in the monologue, he is in a bad state of mind. He is emphasizing and shouting violently. “yes! Dankie baas.” The tone is firm and tell us that Boesman is sure about his long speech, expressing what he feels about Lena watching the Whiteman burning their pondoks instead of watching she should have helped. Boesman did not really think or believe that, the hidden meaning is that they must have attempted to fight for their home instead of just watching.
That he was just imaging things even Wiesel didn’t believe him . First and foremost Wiesel was getting separated from his father at the beginning. And he wanted an answer for it path to go to. “Satisfied “yes”, someone answer,”poor devils you are heading for the cremation”. He seemed to be telling the truth”(Wiesel 32).
However, both can be highly dangerous. The question is which one is worse? It is no better to conform than obey, on the contrary, it’s worse as by conforming not only do we act against our nature, but we also let society define our actions and our ideas since we are afraid of minor penalties of not conforming
These three ideas being, when people start conflict, they drive themselves farther apart rather than drawing them together, not to purposely disturb people and start conflicts, and, assuming may lead to negative conflict. When conflict is present in a relationship, it is mostly negative and will not end well. This idea is strongly backed by the three main ideas. This represents that all three main ideas from "Everyday Use" are important to proving the fact that conflict is almost always negative in a