Rikki is a valiant and loyal character in this story. To illustrate, “Rikki-tikki killed Karait by biting him to save Teddy from him.” (para 34). As a result, Rikki-tikki proved his heroism and loyalty by preventing Teddy from getting killed by Karait. Rikki-tikki had the determination to do anything to protect the ones he cared for. Also, “Then Rikki-tikki came up and cried: “Turn
“Courage is simply the willingness to be afraid and act anyway.” Can courage bring you to accomplish anything? The story Rikki Tikki by Rudyard Kipling is about a mongoose with the courage to fight two cobras. Being courageous can help you accomplish anything and Rikki Tikki was courageous and he managed to fight two cobras.The theme of the fictional story Rikki-tikki-tavi by Rudyard Kipling is being courageous can help you accomplish anything. The protagonist Rikki Tikki is courageous character in the story. For example, Rikki Tikki plunged into the rat hole with Nagaina although he knew that most mongooses would never follow a cobra into its hole.
One example that demonstrates Atticus’s responsibility is when he explains to Jem and Scout that it is a sin to kill a mockingbird. In chapter ten, Atticus gives Jem and Scout some air-rifles. Atticus then explains to them, “ ‘I’d rather you shot at tin cans in the backyard, but I know you’ll go after birds. Shoot all the bluejays you want, is you can hit’ em, but remember it’s to kill a mockingbird.’ ” (Lee 119). Later, Scout finds out that the only thing mockingbirds do is make beautiful music and should never be punished for it.
They do not seem to care about other people’s feelings and only try to seek attention. Kipling writes “The monkeys never fight unless they are a hundred to one.” (44). Here you can see how weak and cowardly the Bandar-log ar. In my opinion they are cowards because the when they fight a hundred to one they are cheating because a hundred is much stronger than one. If they do not get what they want, which is attention, then they hurt one of their own and leave it for dead, so it seems like they do not care for each other either.
Jay shot Jimbo, the big monkey, with a been shooter. Jay had the equipment to catch the monkeys, but he got mad because Jimbo was making fun of him, so Jay shot Jimbo with a small rock. Jimbo was mad so, he chased Jay. Jay was mad, I understand the situation. If I were him, I would have done the same thing.
Jim sacrifices his fidelity when he covers Pap’s face for Huck, sacrifices his sleep for Huck’s rest, and he sacrifices his freedom for Tom’s health. Jim portrays his wisdom when he takes care of his snake bite, when he indicates various signs of luck, and when he protected both himself and Huck by sending a slave to communicate for them. Not only does sacrifice remain relevant in fairytales, but in everyday life as represented by the Christ figures around
Zusak’s use of symbols highlight the shining kindness in the darkness cruelty, which in turn gives man the strength to fight for the existence of humanity. He demonstrates the extreme kindness necessary to accept others, especially enemies, in times of paranoia. Through an act of innocence in the midst of violence, a bubble of warmth, however fragile, is created. “He placed the smiling teddy bear cautiously onto the pilot’s shoulder” (Zusak 490). The teddy bear is symbolic of the human qualities of kindness and purity.
As Bob Marley once said, “The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.” Integrity is the quality of being honest and upholding one’s morals and principles. Living in a fast-paced and ever-changing society, human beings have come into contact with adversity and hardship all throughout history. Those who act with integrity during tough times have a major influence on those around them, and taking a stand and upholding ones’ beliefs and morals at great self sacrifice can inspire and encourage others to do the same. Arthur Miller’s 1953 play, The Crucible is a prime example of upholding integrity, and the characters within the play face difficult choices between doing
Atticus put his career; actually, his life at risk to save the unlucky black man, Tom Robinson, as the narrator says “Atticus had used every tool available to free men to save Tom Robinson, but in the secret courts of men's hearts Atticus had no case. Tom was a dead man the minute Mayella Ewell opened her mouth and screamed.” (Lee 266). Atticus is categorized as a courageous man with real courage because with the amount of strength he put in to defend Tom Robinson, he was appreciated by the whole black community, and at the same time take care of his two children perfectly well. Atticus also teaches his kids valuable lessons, the ones that you wouldn’t learn in school; introducing them to the real world, the world with racial segregation. Jem and Scout took conscious of the world around them thanks to Atticus.