He is very cantankerous and hard to deal with and is a huge threat to David. Firstly, Joseph can be very dangerous because he will punish anyone, no matter who, especially those who go against the repentances, including his only son David. Furthermore, Joseph does many things to sustain the well being of his religion but he consistently goes overboard and makes decisions based on his gut without asking for anyone else’s opinion. Additionally, Joseph Strorm is an unquestionably complicated character and gets into many arguments based on his beliefs. “‘any government that could pass creatures like that is corrupt and immortal,’ my father announced.
Throughout the story Montresor and Fortunato show that they are both very clever, but one of them becomes far more clever than the other. Characterization proves the theme that Fortunato's insults make an enemy of Montresor. Montresor becomes vindictive when Fortunato’s insults start turning towards his family. Montresor’s family motto is no one punishes him and gets away with it (Fields). This gives reason to believe that honor dictated that Montresor avenge the insults Fortunato laid at his feet.
By providing examples of both sides with the use of antithesis it further exemplifies how effortlessly he can be manipulated. Perry follows people blindly, as a result of unstable childhood. Perry willing to do anything for his superiors is not putting into question his moral compass, but his capability to be successfully
One of the main reasons as to why he won the battle is because Brutus let words get the best of him. Antony is smart in a way that shows he can manipulate his words for his own benefit. Antony did not see Brutus’s suicide coming, but fortunately his death convenienced Antony immensely, earning him victory. To start this off, he mocks Brutus by saying, “In your bad strokes, Brutus, you give good words. Witness the hole you made in Caesar’s heart, Crying ‘Long live, hail, Caesar!’” (5.1.30-32).
This scene reassures the audience that Penelope is aware who the beggar truly is because Odysseus feels it himself. Among many desirable physical characteristics, Penelope’s ability to discover Odysseus’ identity proves her incredible intelligence. Penelope’s clever demeanor allows her to keep her secret knowledge, and ultimately stand victorious with her husband and son over the suitors who had once tormented her
The “The Most Dangerous Game” is a story that has a lot of key strong characters. Known to be the most renowned and outstanding is General Zaroff. Being extraordinarily different from most individuals is what makes General Zaroff a perfect character to analyze. Characteristics, roles, and the actions of General Zaroff tend to play a drastic part in how his character is formed. Known to be very welcoming to Rainsford is how General Zaroff first seemed in the reading.
Crooks was using Lennie’s gullibleness to tease and taunt him by saying barbarous things that he knew would provoke him. “S’pose George don’t come back no more. S’pose he took a power and just ain’t coming back. (Steinbeck 71)” This reflects on how Crooks used all of his bottled up anger on Lennie. Crooks knows that Lennie is the kind of person who could sit there and take all of his outbursts.
Sedgewick Bell is the child of the Senate and is a troublemaker at heart. Mr. Hundert approaches the situation severely. He immediately marked Sedgewick before he even observed him correctly. " However, it was apparent that such efforts would be lost on him. I could see that he was not only
'Quitting the Bars ' takes on the particularly difficult form of the villanelle. This consists of nineteen lines, composed of five tercets and ending with a quatrain, and usually infers a feeling of compulsion and obsession - both common traits in those suffering from alcohol addiction. Meehan 's refrains allow for more variation than one would generally encounter in traditional villanelles, preferring to engage with the more modern form wherein the repetition is not exact. This is evident with respect to the third line of the first tercet: 'not sure if the self is cell or warder, ' and the third line of the third tercet: 'you wonder if they are wards or warder. ' Such deviations serve to break from the rigid form of the more famed villanelles,
During the story of 1984 Winston reveals himself as a heroic figure. His willingness to fight against the untouchable party forces him to risk his own life in many ways. Even Winston thinking poorly of the party was a very punishable crime. Even when he is being punished for his crimes he keeps proving himself a hero as he wonders and pushes to discover why the society is being run the way it is. He is also very stubborn to the thoughts of the party.
First a critical quality that an epic legend must have is knowledge. Odysseus ' speedy speculation combinded with his capacity to talk extremely well and numerous different attributes has gotten him and his team out of perilous circumstances. One circumstance,
There are many ways to help people with addiction such as helping these people by getting them into a rehab. This can also reduce crime rates by a simple factor of supply and demand. If there is no demand for these drugs the dealers will deplete overtime from a lack of business. There are many ways to begin to help an addict, the most important thing to do is to tell them that you admire their courage for tackling this medical problem. It is also important to encourage them to end the toxic relationships that lead to the drug abuse.
Psychological Assessment of Mr. Henry Mr. Henry suffered greatly from alcohol dependency, which was a danger to his liver problem. Even in his last days he still acknowledged his dependency on alcohol, which made it worse as he would consume liquor despite our advice against it. Alcohol dependency is a symptom of a mental problem
Winston shows that everyone is intimidated by the telescreen’s omnipresent, incredibly powerful eye. It denounces criminals daily, and Winston lives in fear that the telescreen will pick up on even the slightest flicker of dissent report him. The telescreen is a very effective way of maintaining control because of its ubiquity. People are not given any privacy to think freely. Citizens live with the fear that someone is always watching them through the telescreen, analyzing every word and motion.