Get Len” (Watson 106). Wesley does not want David to get hurt and for Frank to be released from the basement. His protective nature of his son is something that people can respect and admire. Through his actions, Wesley is someone people aspire to be, like a classic
This is a perfect example of how Ender conducts himself at the beginning of his journey, using violence to force his peers to respect him. Although Ender used violence to solve this conflict, he does not want to become and act like his brother at the same time. Ender’s brother, Peter, is very vicious with him and threatens to kill him on one occasion. Ender wishes not to change in a bad way, like his older brother did. ”Ender leaned his head against the wall of the corridor and cried until the bus came.
He could have done great things in his life instead of stealing and being rude. But he chose not too. Sadly, after all the mess happened when Johnny died, he decided to go back to robbing. Later that day he was chased down by the cops all the way back to his house. He was sad and ready to die.
More specifically, Oedipus faced an unknown truth, a task to save his people, and a moment of grief to represent is blind ending. Throughout the events he represented self-justice and an idea that the people were eventually going to respect and understand. As a lifetime of searching became a norm for Oedipus he discovered such a truth that hurt his soul and caused his wife and mother to kill themself. Although obtaining this notion, the king himself took risks that were greatly empowering and laborious. The whirlwind of emotions produced by each of the characters allowed justice to become more real and visual as the end became more authentic than ever before.
The audience that Chavez is addressing is very familiar with Dr. King, and the troubles he went through so it is not hard at all to relate to the audience with ideas of Martin Luther King. “ Nonviolence provides the opportunity to stay on the offensive, and that is a crucial importance to win any contest.” With subject of violent an nonviolent means is so important to almost everyone that it makes almost everyone stand on their toes. With the subject Chavez does a good job of stating “we” instead of “I” because of
The loyalty of these people is what really kept the movement alive. The nonviolence worked because people were willing to sacrifice themselves for the greater good. “But whether or not we succeeded in obtaining these conveniences, every one of us was firm in his resolution of passing his term in jail in perfect happiness and peace.” (Document C, Gandhi). Gandhi’s followers knew the price they would have to pay for their civil disobedience, and they all accepted it. Their unwavering loyalty kept their movement alive.
Atticus showed courage when he shot the rabid dog because he knew he was going to kill the dog because he’s a good shot but Heck Tate was relying on him to keep everyone safe and unharmed. He says that this isn’t courageous but I disagree because if he kills the dog and doesn’t miss. “ I wanted you to see what real courage is, instead of getting the idea that courage is a man with a gun in his hand. It’s when you know you’re licked before you begin but you begin anyway and you see it through no matter what. (Pg.128)” Atticus thinks that this isn’t courage because he wants his kids to see you can be courageous without a gun, a gun is never the answer.
Benn did many courageous things when he was a partisan and when he wasn 't, one thing that was courageous was: “Ben soon learned tricks for sneaking out of the ghetto to find food for his family.” This is courageous because if Ben got caught sneaking out by the nazis, he would have the firing squad in front of him and his family. Another courageous act was, “Ben struggled to adjust to life with the partisans . He had to learn to shoot, fall asleep on the cold forest ground, to endure days in rain-soaked clothing, and to ambush Polish policemen and steal their weapons. Danger lurked everywhere in the hostile countryside, where Poles could earn rewards for turning in jews to the Nazis.” This belongs in the courage section because he went from being a good guy to a bad guy, if he didn 't do that he would probably be killed like the rest of his family was. The last of many reasons Benn Kamm was courageous was, “Ben volunteered for dangerous missions blowing up cargo trains carrying supplies to German troops.
You understand.” A further example is when he ran with his gang to save another gang member Dally from the police who were chasing him as he shoplifted. We can see this when Darry says, “Sure Dally, are you alright? Hang on we will be right there.” and he says to cops (while he is crying for Dally’s death), “You stupid idiots! You stupid freaks!” I think the author’s purpose here was to show that brothers always stick together even if they think they are in conflict with each other. This shows how Darry is an interesting character and about how he cares about his gang and his brothers’
He bolted out of the house, his brothers at his heels. Later, Soda rants to his brothers, “‘...I’m the middleman in tug o’ war and I’m being split in half’” (Hinton 175). As a peacemaker, Soda can’t stand it when his brothers fight, and it makes him feel as though he is being torn in two. He is brave to express what he has endured to his brothers and to bond his family together, and that courage is one of many things that makes him a hero. Along with being brave and pulling his family together, Soda is constantly displaying his relentless compassion.
There is no home for you! So I give you a choice!” He pauses, points at dead bodies, then resumes, “You can end up like them, or you take this machete and end your families life, but be safe with us” I stare into the eyes of father and brother, we are knowing this is the last time we will see each other. I cannot help crying, so does brother but not father, father is being strong. Father speaks, ”son, if you do not kill us they will kill us anyways, save yourself and know that this is what you had to do.” I raise the machete tears rolling down my cheek, and strike down. First father, then brother.
He was underestimated by his enemies, but they regret that because now they are forever dead. Rikki Tikki’s biggest enemy underestimated the power and determination of Rikki Tikki. Nag and his wife named Nagaina were plotting to kill Rikki Tikki’s human family. Rikki Tikki knew he had to do whatever it took to protect his family. His human family took him in and he
Is he dead?" he said without giving an inkling of grief. Candy nods quickly. Eyebrows raised, Curley storms over to where Lennie lay peacefully. But before he was able to attempt anything, The Boss charged into the place where the men gathered, grabbing his son by the collar and dragging him away.
He forced Cathy to marry Linton before he dies, and did not send her to her father, Edgar. His evil thoughts and plans ruined many people’s lives, he seems like he wanted to make everyone to suffer. Heathcliff is a miserable human being. Linton and Catherine’s ill-treatment was the cause of the transition, and his position in the household gave him faith and courage. To sum up, the changes in a character’s position greatly affected the