We are also told in the passage about the foundation he is involved in. undoubtedly, in his mind he is also having thoughts of what would people think of him if he is founded confesses. If he fights again his reputation would ruined. I can use one of the local examples. Oscar Pestorius.
The old merchant is too afraid too loose the things he already has then to pursue his personal legend, which then leads to a dramatic impact on his life becoming extremely ordinary and simple. The old king's situation is an extremely important reminder for Santiago in terms of him pursuing his own personal legend. He serves as a warning to him, that those that are too scared to pursue their personal legend face major
At the same time, Gogol doesn’t have the audacity to tell his parents about Maxine. Gogol was afraid his parents would criticize him for
That’s when the Raven comes in, the Speaker’s guilty conscience is at an alltime high, he hears the knock at the chamber door and instantly is in fear for his life, and wondering if maybe it could be Lenore. He is so paranoid that Lenore could comeback to haunt him for what he did to her. Fortunately, it’s not Lenore and a raven instead. The Raven symbolizes the devil, whom is there to make him pay for what he did, and make him hurt like he made Lenore hurt. The Raven didn’t come to the Speaker’s chamber door to answer his questions and make him feel at ease.
Henry states that the other men of the convention have different views than his but it would be "treason" if he did not speak his proposition. He continues, saying it is the colonists' duty to follow his call to action. He then infers since he is "guided... [by] the lamp of experience" the others should trust his views.
When he goes downstairs to check if someone is at the door, he tries to rationalize that it is just some random person knocking at the door, but when he opens it to find no one is there, his first reaction is to say “Lenore”( Line 28). He was, and still is until the raven shows up, hopeful that it was all a bad dream, and that Lenore would just show up on his doorstep, unharmed and still breathing Then, when the raven shows up, it receives a respite from it’s long journey from the Underworld consequently, the arrival of the Raven gives the Narrator temporary rest from his loneliness. “It is noteworthy that the raven is perched on top of a statue of Pallas Athena, the goddess of wisdom. This gives its constant refrain of "Nevermore!" a significance that it would otherwise lack.
McNamara believes that is because of the human nature that war can’t end any time soon even taking in conceteration that we are all rational creatures, by our actions and decissions we show that rationality has limits. McNamara says he believes his words would appear powerless especially to othose who donot understand the concept of war and also misunderstand him since human are naturaly war-like. He futher tells us that he knew that if at that time he had spoken of it, he would have been damned and if he didnot he would have still been damned but he will prefer to be damned if he does not. In conclusion we can say that the Fog of War is a set of lessons that McNamara has experience toward his working period and its shows us that when it comes to war human are not rational in any aspect and that the list mistake or wrong decission might lead to a nuclear war or a global war
Javert knows that Valjean despises him. In showing dominance, he wants Valjean from breaking the law to avoid meeting him again. Later on, we see Javert clearly recognize Valjean after he rebooted his life. “It is strength. He must be a terrible man who can raise a wagon like that on his back.”
On a “midnight dreary,” the persona reads in an attempt to forget the passing of “ the rare and radiant maiden … Lenore” when he hears a knock at his door. Although the sound startles him, filling him with “fantastic terrors,” he eventually builds up the courage to answer the door, only to find nothing but darkness outside. As the persona stares “deep into … [the] darkness,” he starts “wondering, fearing, / [d]oubting, [and] dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream” before whispering the name of his lost love Lenore. Many of the words the speaker uses have negative connotations, which contribute to a dark, foreboding mood.
An ideal example of when fear appeared to trump love is in Harry Potter. Draco Malfoy followed in his parents’ footsteps and became a death-eater. As the plot continues Draco struggles with the tasks asked of him, but he still continues them. This is because he feared what Voldemort might do to him if he did not complete them. At one point Voldemort asks Draco to kill Dumbledore.
Longstreet knows that Lee will not let him be discharged as commander of the attack, so he doesn’t ask. The depressed Longstreet continues with his duties. Longstreet proceeds to explain his plan, and the listeners are inspired by
Donny was killed during an op, and before he left, Kak speaks to him and is unable to convince him not to go. Donny also shows some of these symptoms; especially when he gives away his car. Donny gives away all of his things before he goes out on his last op; as if he is expecting his death. He also talks to Kak about his nightmares, when asked by Kak what they were about he replies with, “Kid, you don’t want to know,” Kak witnesses Donny screaming in his sleep, “At the other end of the hut, an airman tossed and muttered in his bed. Then he cried out, piercingly and loud.
Rough Draft: The Things They Carried The Vietnam War, was a nightmarish place. It caused paranoia, and made some soldiers insane. Death could come at any moment in any place leaving men in constant fear knowing they could be next. Some men feared it so much they would self inflict wounds in hopes of getting discharged, and others would change their viewpoints on the war and change their actions completely.
The next night, the soldiers crossed over the two pontoon bridges to go into the forest. While in the forest, they were on the lookout for the enemy’s uniform in the dark. However, they were unsuccessful and didn’t see the enemy during the night, and Henry goes back to being depressed about not going to battle once again. The next morning at the camp, however, he heard something going off and sees what is going on. He founds out that they are in a battle, and tries to run away with the crowd, something that Jim mentioned that he would do if he were in this type of situation.
Fear of failure is the second greatest barrier that Santiago has confronted while trying to fulfill his personal legend. “My heart is afraid that it will have suffer,” (134). In different parts of the novel, Santiago is confronted with his own fear, He was concern that things will not go according to how he had intended them to happen. In the first place, there is no indecision when it comes to pursuing a personal legend, instead the one must be bravery enough to overcome all the difficulties they might have to deal with along the path. “If a person is living out his personal Legend, he knows everything he needs to know.