“Zero lets Stanley be himself when he’s around him.” (Sachar 75) Stanley is trying to put on a fake face to the other boys. Also when Zero dug Stanley hole, Stanley realized that Zero is a true friend so he taught Zero how to read.” (Sachar) Because of Zeros’ act of kindness Stanley decided to do that one little favor for him. Zero is an awesome guy because he lets Stanley be true to himself. By the end of the story, Stanley is very bold. “When Stanley stands up to the warden” (Sachar 214) I think that it was really important for him to stand up to the warden because he needed for her to respect him and that it wasn’t his fault that he was at that camp.
This man may be a bit timid in part due to his old age, but his quiet nature also makes him insightful, noticing very specific details about witnesses that many others on the jury missed. He seems to come off as the most respectable and well mannered man out of the twelve. He 's the first to change his vote to not guilty, mostly to give Juror 8 a chance to make his case and out of respect for his motives in gambling for support. In talking about the older man that gave testimony it 's almost as though he 's talking about himself, revealing that he wants to be useful and to do something valuable, even if it 's just this once as a juror. As you may have noticed out of all the twelve men in the movie, each and everyone of them has unique personalities, that all at one point throughout the trial, played a very effective role in deciding this boy 's fate.
Pap is a free man who takes it for granted especially when he takes his anger on African Americans and his own son. He isn’t well educated but this quote by Huck is a hint towards Paps good side. “For what you want, above all things, on a raft, is for everybody to be satisfied, and feel right and kind towards others”. Huck never had that great of an education so how is this coming from his mouth. His dad must’ve told him about these things, since Pap has made many mistakes in life he has a good side to himself.
“The man who makes an appearance in the business world, the man who creates personal interest, is the man who gets ahead” (33). In Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller uses foil characters to elucidate Willy’s flaws that ultimately prevent him and his family from succeeding. The contrast between Charley and Willy and Bernard and Biff serves to highlight how Willy’s obsession with achieving his version of the American Dream impacts both his life and his children’s. His poor values are passed on to his children producing even more failures. ¬¬¬¬Both Charley and Willy work as salesmen, however Charley represents what Willy desired to become – successful.
George Murchison - An affluent, African-American man who courts Beneatha. The Youngers favor of George, however Beneatha loathes his ability to submit to white culture and overlook his African legacy. He challenges the contemplations and sentiments of other dark individuals through his pomposity and pizazz for scholarly rivalry. Mr. Karl Lindner - The main white character in the play. Mr. Lindner lands at the Youngers' loft from the Clybourne Park Improvement Association.
His father is fighting for equal employment opportunities. Martin holds his father in high esteem, he admires him for his courage and enlightenment. “The beer company did not hire Blacks or Puerto Ricans, so my father joined the picket line” (Espada) This demonstrates his father’s instinctive reaction to pursue social equality. In particular, although a simple adverb, the word “so” used by Espada implies he viewed his father’s actions as an immediate moral obligation. Despite being well aware of the risks considering he had been jaded by the cruel realties of the word.
They said he could vote, when he was at home. Well, that let me out. Thinks I, what is the country a-coming to?” (34). [Huck’s father thinks even educated, free black people don’t deserve the same rights as white people.] Huck absorbs his father’s words, and although he cares for Jim, never views Jim as his equal.
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.
A group of juror comprising of 12 men from diverse backgrounds began their early deliberations with 11 of ‘guilty’ and 1 of ‘not guilty’ verdicts. Juror 8 portrayed himself as a charismatic and high self-confident architect. Initially, Juror 1 who played the foreman positioned himself as self-appointed leader of the team in which has led his authority to be challenged as his leadership style lacked in drive and weak. In the contrary, Juror 8 is seen as the emergent leader considering his openness to probing conversations while remaining calm. Implying this openness to the present, it has become crucial that a good decision relies on knowledge, experience, thorough analysis and most importantly critical thinking.
Okonkwo is a very well-respected and independent man in Umuofia due to his titles and hard work. Even though he seems put together and stern, his life is dictated by fear. His fear of becoming like his father led him to helping in the murder of Ikemefuna, beating his wives and children, and disowning his oldest son, Nwoye. As a main character, Okonkwo remains pretty much the same throughout the book, his biggest issue being his inability to have compassion. Who might he not have compassion for and why?
Final Review for Officer Daniel Quarrell Core Competencies Communication: Officer Quarrell gives a relaxing tone and mannerism to the public during his interviews. His written correspondence is precise, accurate and generally never needs to be corrected for errors. I have not heard of any incident that Officer Quarrell communicates with the public ever in a negative way; however, he has been reminded about speaking to his coworkers or supervisor in a more positive way. Customer Service: Officer Quarrell provides useful information to the public during his duties at the InfoPass counter and responds with any questions his clients might have during their interviews. He attempts to maintain processing of cases within the 30-day benchmark limit.
He was a non violent protester and he got us the right to vote. He also got us even pain jobs. As stated in "Encounter with Martin Luther King Jr." Dr. King said "Disappointment drives our young men to some desperate lengths, That is why we must fight an win." He stopped segregation, and even though he did that, people are still racist and rude based on color. Jackie Robinson was the first African American
Atticus was a great man. He was kind, caring, respectful, well thought of, level headed, and anything and everything that a good lawyer and father should be. He is one too just wants what 's right, which is why he did his best to defend Tom, when the case shouldn 't have been given to him but a low man who just finished the bar Judge taylor gave him the case because he knew he would give it his all to bring out the truth. He also sees everyone as equals and does not believe that the whites are any better than the blacks. Attics makes points toward the jury that in any other place or time would have been ruled in Toms being not guilty but because of the segregation in the deep south of maycomb the jury had their mind made up before tom even
The device which Steyn uses to gleefully flay African American cultural leadership is irony. Black leaders, he maintains, "... have a far greater interest in maintaining racism than any humdrum Ku Klux Klan kleagle", as it gives them the edge they need to maintain their power. He demonstrates how laughable it is that their incompetence goes unpunished simply because they are of that racial group, despite their failures to protect their community like "Mayor Culpa whose Emergency Management Plan consisted of finding the nearest TV camera and pointing fingers at everybody else. He mocks how the same people who claim to be fighting against racism, while anyone who dares to have " the impertinence to wander off the Democrat victim-culture plantation, he 's been damned as merely this season 's "black conservative"; a black man who 's no longer authentically black". The effect of this is that the moral high ground, built on a faulty principle of victimization, from under their feet.
Although he didn’t have an experience he did state his opinion. He basically said that immigration isn’t a bad thing that anyone should be welcome if they are wiling to contribute and for discrimination he stated that it was much worse before. Overall, I discovered interviews bring up interesting stories that you have only heard in movies. I noticed that everyone is different and that everyone has their own briefs. I felt like Mr. Perkins was a luck man who lived a life that many dreamed of, the American dream.