The men on the ranch tell Candy that he should get rid of his dog because it isn't any good to itself or anyone on the ranch. Candy ends up agreeing and his dog is taken outside to get shot in the head. After Carlson has killed Candy’s dog, Candy states that he should have been the one to do the job himself. This anticipates the ending because when Lennie gets into trouble by killing Curley’s wife, the men on the ranch head out to kill him. George heads out to find Lennie before the other men do because he feels as if he is responsible for Lennie and should be the one to end his life similar to how Candy wanted to be the one to shoot his dog.
Leo has a loyal band of friends he will look up to and care for, and they will protect him and work together to accomplish their goal. In conclusion, The Lost Hero, by Rick Riordan, states the adventure of Jason, Piper, and Leo to save Hera. He finds the bravery within himself to face something no matter what the means. Leo faces his old memories and uses them as motivation to make things better as he goes on. Finally, he shows his powers of fire and building by capturing a dragon and using it to his team’s advantage.
The reason she became a Quaker, her father and brother were killed by guns with violence. The two newlyweds are leaving, his sense of duty kicked in and believed he was not a good person for leaving the townspeople to fight against Frank because of his positive actions of putting Frank injustice. This causing a major effect from Kane actions of putting Frank in jail, and he believes it’s his responsible to protect the town and all the hard work of making the town a better place from Frank himself. In the
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The daughter refused because she wanted to be bought like a woman. Black Elk talked about when they moved camp to stay away from the soldiers and that they found “yellow metal” that was useless to them. There was a chief that would sacrifice himself for the good of his people and did not have many horses like most chiefs would. The soldiers had to lie to him to get him to a point that was suitable to kill him and the age of 30. A quote from Black Elk about a fight with the Wasichus.
You shouldn’t attempt such a difficult task yet.” Another situation where Brom helps Eragon is during the growth of Saphira, his new dragon. Brom teaches Eragon how to ride, care, and communicate with her. As the rider and the dragon train and grow stronger, Brom helps in the planning process to take revenge on the Ra’zac who killed Eragon’s uncle. This plan involved looking for the shipment of Sethr oil that the Ra’zac loved to use as a weapon. They concluded that the city with the most number of shipments would be the location of the Ra’zac.
amulius wouldn’t stop until the twins were found and killed but her mother put them in a river , and the currents lead them to a bush , there the she-wolf save them and then a shepherd found them and took them home to his wife to raise them . as the kids grow up they were forming a gang with the other shepherd to rob the robbers , as the robbers didn’t like to be rob then they took remus to king amulius and told him he was a criminal , as things happen amulius discover the nobles of the kid and remulous also found it . because of their discoveries both brothers in different sides create a kind of army to overthrow amulius , consequently to the overthrow numitor was named king again and both twins decided to go away and find a new land to create a new city , but then between the brothers
Once they arrived, they encountered a band of 60 warriors who perceived them as a threat for carrying firearms. They dropped them and gave them gifts to ensure their peaceful intentions, which they accepted. Lewis and Clark and the principle chief, Cameahwait shared food and talked. Lewis and Clark needed horses to continue their journey after Cameahwait told them that no water route would lead directly to the Pacific Ocean. He was not willing to meet their demands, because the Shoshone were already in shambles since they were being attacked by other indian tribes who trade with the French and British who provide them firearms, while they traded with the Spanish who refused to provide firearms.
When Antigone’s two brothers, Eteocles and Polyneices, die in battle against one another, Eteocles is given a proper burial and ceremony, but King Creon orders that no one is to bury Polyneices for being a traitor. It is made a law that if anyone is to bury Polyneices, they will be sentenced to death. Since Antigone is very loyal to the gods and does not want to upset them. She is determined to bury her brother’s rotting corpse even though getting caught means death. After Antigone is caught burying Polyneices, she explains to Creon why she buried him and expresses why her loyalty to the gods is
Life was a loyalist who believed the people should try to avoid war and just listen to their ruler. Life had been captured by cowboys and taken onto a prisionship where he was killed by a highly contagious disease called cholera. Tim expressed, “There was one funny thing about it though - it wasn’t a rebel prison ship, it was a British one’ (164). Life had been killed by the men that he was supporting in the war which demonstrated to Tim that him being loyal to Britain got him nowhere. This made him a Loyalist because he had strong negative opinions about war due to his past traumatic experiences with it.