He lacks a fatherly tone and instead opts for a scholarly approach in dealing with the situation. His use of puns instills a mocking and disrespectful tone. Polonius, while offering beneficial advice from time to time, is quite ostentatious and often blows up his advice with such sophisticated dialog that it obfuscates the true meaning. He may truly care for his daughter and unselfishly want her reputation to remain clean; however; his diction and tone serve to prove
Lockie Leonard: Human Torpedo Even though Lockie is sometimes grumpy and is involved in conflicts with his fellow students and teachers, he often surprises others with his acts of kindness and consideration. The protagonist of the novel, Lockie Leonard is a compIcated mix of both negative and positive characteristics. This is seen through his attitude and behaviour throughout the novel. Attitudes influence our choices, which directly affect our responses. There are times where Lockie is found in a positive mood, and usually approaches the matter at hand with a positive attitude, but there are also times where Lockie isn’t in such a good mood and often hurts others because of his choices.
If “we imagine no worse of [the actors]”(5.1.213), then they might be the best themselves. Furthermore, imagination also removes fear of the unknown, for when the ladies think that the sword is not real. Another instance is when Puck removes the fear of the audience by saying if they have been scared by the act, think of it “no more yielding but a dream”(5.1.419). Reality may be filled with anxiety and discomfort, but imagination and deception are what make the unknowns in life comfortable enough to
Without Friar Lawrence, Romeo would be hopeless. Romeo isn’t good at decision making and he knows it. Romeo’s personality of a being a fantasist, being impulsive, and being selfish often lead to this crummy decision making. Friar Lawrence, however, is excellent at planning and making decisions. Although time in his profession undoubtedly helped him learn how to plan and make good decisions, Friar Lawrence’s personality also contributes to these skills..
Loyalty can intimidate an individual especially during times of inner conflict. Hassan’s naivety to loyalty led to a higher possibility of getting betrayed and hurt in the process because his loyalty was not returned. The test for loyalty can result in betrayal, as it is always lurking in the shadows, only resurfacing to light when one encounters a difficult and fearful obstacle. Hosseini exhibits the different degrees of loyalty in The Kite Runner, and how betrayal is an easier act than
Othello didn’t know how to react because he trusted Iago but at the same time trusted Desdemona. However as Iago brought in more false evidence through his schemes, Othello’s jealously started to manifest. Othello started to think that Cassio was sleeping with Desdemona. Othello’s believed he was a cuckold and started to lose more reasoning. In the beginning when Iago tried to manipulate Othello to believing Desdemona cheated, Othello would regain his reasoning from looking at her beauty.
Analysis of Piggy in Lord of the Flies Though physically vulnerable and socially inept, Piggy stands as the voice of reason and is the last sense of rationality and innocence among the boys. Though Piggy shows signs of low self esteem and is frequently made fun of, he is intelligent and good natured. Though he acts as Ralph’s advisor and is the most intelligent of the boys, he is often overlooked and his comments are often disregarded. Piggy represents intelligence and civilization, but also is a symbol of reason and innocence. Piggy may well be one of the most important people among the island, but is suppressed by the others, who never realize what great significance he has.
At the beginning of the book, Tom was a crafty, mischievous character that would get what he wanted. At the end of the book, he was a better person and was more friendly towards other people and he had a better conscientious. He was less of an egotistical person and more of an understanding one when his guilty conscience helped him see a better way of living by being kinder to people. In taking Becky Thatcher’s punishment, Tom shows a heroism that was unlike what he was showing at the beginning of the novel. “I done it!” The school stared in perplexity at this incredible folly.
When one is not used to thinking for themselves, this can lead to the naive nature of Candide. After having multiple life experiences and seeing how cruel human nature can be, is a way of being exposed to educating yourself through real life experiences. Even after going through hard times and many negative experiences Candide remains optimistic. He may have been enlightened through his life experiences that in the end leads him to think differently. From the beginning Candide is introduced as a naive and very gullible man, he believed everything anyone would tell him.