One of the greatest thing Johnny did to show is bravery as being a hero was by going into a burning church to save little kids. Johnny knew it was dangerous but he still went in anyways. Because of him going into the burning to save the little childrens he got bunt on the back because a wood of fire fell on him. That caused him to be seriously injured and in a critical condition. Johnny surrendered his life for the little kids.
He goes into a burning church to save children. This is self-sacrifice because he could’ve died saving the children. Another point in the story where Dally shows sacrifice is when he helps Pony-boy
Johnny’s a tragic hero because he strives to be a good person and to help others in need; Johnny enlisted in the Vietnam war to “better” his life. In the play people considered johnny as a good person because he helps his father out with the field. Johnny was only 8 years old when he started working like a man; therefore his father feels very proud of him for helping the family. For example, in scene three shows us how he helped out “pass, I already pick 20 trays, paapa”! (Valdez, page 631) That
Playing the drums is not the only thing drummer boys did, they sent commands to all the soldiers as it was confusing on the battlefields and spoken commands went unheard. The drummer boys have as much right to be proud of the work they do as their soldier counterparts. The letters sent by the children soldiers depict how proud they are to be helping and fighting in the war. James K. Newton, a drummer boy, wrote about how they captured the Spanish Fort and his enthusiasm is apparent, “Spanish Fort is ours at last! Last evening a charge was made by the 3rd Brig.
Some people may call him crazy, but I think he is very brave for fighting for the lives of Jews and other people that were being put in those camps. “The younger brother of Hermann Goering is being considered for an honor given to those who saved the lives of Jews during the Holocaust.” He is so amazing that he was nominated and given an award for saving all of those lives, he may not be alive today, but he will be remembered for all of the things he did for all of those people. After the war, many lives were permanently changed, some scarred. Albert had a beautiful wife, named Mila, and they had a child, name unknown, but they were divorced after the war. His life was destroyed because of all the things that had happened to him during the war, “..Albert Goering found it hard to shake off the stigma of the family name and became depressed and alcoholic after the war.” He and his brother, Hermann, became somewhat close again, but their relationship was never the
One reason why Darry is a hero is that he supports his family in every way possible. After Darry graduated high school, his parents died in a car crash, and he had to get a job as a roofer and forget about his dream of going to college. Darry supports Ponyboy, his little brother by making sure he is always on top of his homework, and maintains good grades in school. The second reason that Darry is a hero is simply because he keeps watch over his family and makes sure that they don’t get split up. Darry is like the mother of the family, because he didn’t want Ponyboy to go to the rumble and get hurt.
This is because as stated in the first point without Johnny, Bob would never had died and that is where most of the suspense occurs because the reader is thinking about what will happen to Johnny and Ponyboy next. Also, suspense builds up when the church goes on fire and Johnny jumps into the building to save the little kids, let's say that without Johnny the church still went on fire, but since Johnny was never there to jump into the building not much suspense would build up in the reader's mind because Ponyboy would never had jumped into the burning building without Johnny being there. That concludes my reasons of why Johnny plays the most important role in the outsiders. Once again my main points were there would be no main problem without Johnny because he was the main person to start the main problem. Ponyboy would have gotten a scholarship without Johnny being in the story because Johnny distracted Ponyboy from the story because after Johnny had died Ponyboy was extremely sad and stressed because he lost his closest friend.
Miracle's Boys Final Writing Assessment One theme from the book Miracle’s Boys by Jacqueline Woodson is that being a hero could cost you your life. This theme really resonates with me be due to how tragic their father's death was and how sudden it was. This theme is from chapter 9 when Tyree tells us (the reader) on how his father was taken from this world.Just based on the theme it could mean that someone in the book was being heroic and it lead to them going to or did die being a hero.An example of using this theme in real life is, firefighters each day risk their lives to save people from burning buildings.According to Firehousenews.com, about 100 firefighters die each year being a hero. This means that trying to save something/someone
Last, but not least, is the “would-be-hero” fire setter. These are the volunteer firefighters or people in public service who want to be heroes in their communities. They set fires, then come to the rescue of those in trouble because of the fires they set, saving people makes the volunteer firefighter a hero in everyone’s eyes. These fires will continue to happen until they are caught, because the hero urge inside them, keeps them wanting more and more attention. “These people have a superman fantasy life, with themselves as the heroic rescuer.
Without the slightest hesitation, intrepid firefighters will enter a blazing building to rescue anyone who may be trapped. These demonstrations of heroism inspire people of all ages, especially young boys. One such boy was named Billy Johnson. Billy Johnson was a boy raised by his mother after his father died of cancer. His childhood home was across the street from the town fire department.
Who is the biggest hero? From the outsiders Dallas Winston, aka (dally). The newspapers made him a hero for saving johnny in the fire at the old church we’re they were recently hanging out at. Dallas Winston (dally) rescues johnny. According to two-bit johnny and Dallas were always heroes and dally does not want to be a hero, Or known as one, but most definite he doesn’t wanna be called one that 's for sure.