In addition to being loyal, he is also caring towards his crew. He exhibited this trait throughout the story as he” fought only to save his life, to bring his shipmates home.” (line 8-9 Pg. 981) As there are two sides of a coin there are two sides to numerous things and Odysseus’s traits are one of those things. There are many atrocious non-heroic traits Odysseus exhibited throughout the story.
The loss of his men reveal change in him to leave his arrogancy behind. His patience grows, as well as his respect for the gods. After his journey Odysseus has to face the suitors, a great change is shown in his character. Eurymachus throws a stool at Odysseus but misses (17.l.20) Odysseus holds back from doing anything to Eurymachus back to him.
He goes from an individual who is prideful in himself, to someone who believes that showing loyalty and respect for others is superior to being a selfish person. In Arthur Miller’s The Crucible John Proctor changes in his willingness to confront the court, admitting to his affair, and altering his perspective of himself, which demonstrates Miller’s emphasis that too much pride causes selfishness but pride is acceptable when it shows respect for others. John Proctor is unwilling to confront the court at all because he knows the legitimacy of the court and does not want to admit to his mistakes. John struggles to do what he knows is right, which is to reveal his affair to the court. This information could expose Abigail as a liar and show that she is falsely accusing Elizabeth strictly because of her jealousy.
The lack of obedience and respect for Odysseus shows the lack of leadership role that he has between he and his followers. In summary, a hero has to have an excellent leadership role. We respect this quality in a person because with leadership a person can lead a group of people and
Men aren 't depicted to care in the movie, but it is shown throughout that they care much more than anyone expects of them. Being a man in the world of Mud is more than fitting into the social standards that have been set. It is about being strong and holding up your beliefs, and not being afraid to care. Men like Mud and Ellis ' father shape how Ellis becomes a man and how his values are formed. Ellis and Neckbone mature at different rates in the movie Mud, but they become very different.
In reality he is a prisoner and should be giving his full respect to the warder, not playing tricks on him. On the other hand, Warder Hannetjie is not treating Brille with respect. He is not treating his elder with respect, which is a key factor to some cultures. This story clearly shows a cultural difference due to age. The two show great disrespect to each other when all they need to do is come to a common agreement.
Pachuco is trying to show Henry that it is acceptable to embrace the feeling of vulnerability. By creating the illusion of being a strong gang leader, instead of a man who likes to dress well and hang out with his friends, he is fulfilling his own stereotype. Henry cherishes love and softness, but he thinks that he has to toughen up to seem strong for his friends. When he puts on this facade of strength, he has effectively given up his identity to those who attempt to control it, which infuriates Henry because he knows he has trapped himself but he sees no other way to freely live his
Other people put him in situations where his defensive side turns into his bad side, but Ender always wishes for events to be ended without violence. His compassion is his strongest trait, and it bonds people to him; his ruthlessness wins their undoubted faith in him as a commander. Or at least that is what Colonel Graff
Though nothing seems to outright claim he thought he was heroic, but rather doing his job. Whatever Revere might think of himself, however, he is a heroic character in the story. Paul managed to not only successfully warn the men that he was supposed to, but additionally managed to not give away where the men were when he was questioned by a group of soldiers. He was even brave enough to tell them his name and not lie, as he states in his deposition, “I answered my name is Revere, what said he Paul Revere; I answered yes.”
Sometime people care about social values than their individuality. Our society values community belonging to a certain group that defined them, not caring about the people who can’t fit in. “Punctured, uttered, deflated he dropped into a chair and covering his face began to weep” (Huxley 176). Bernard alway felt different than the rest, like a reject in the eye of the world. That change when he show John, the Director son to the people of the Brave New World, he felt acceptance which validate his existence in his eyes.