What drives us to undertake a mission? What drives people to undertake a mission depends on how much they want to achieve there mission. Farah Ahmedi, Walt, and Stanley Pierce all wanted to undertake a mission. They all achieved there mission. Farah wanted freedom, Walt promised to watch a land, and Stanley wanted to strike rich.
The novel is written from a third person objective. This novel is written as a play, so I know that this is third person. Plays are narrated in third person because you do not see the play through one character 's viewpoint. Also the word I does not often appear in the play.
Anne Frank as a Heroic Figure Anne Frank has made a mark in our world, and she is a hero to us all. In Diary and a Young Girl, Anne is a young Jewish girl who has to go into hiding during WW2 to escape from the Nazis. Anne is a hero because of her patience, her positive mindset, and how brave and strong she is. The people around Anne were terrified for their lives during WW2.
Diary of Anne Frank: Faith “Faith is seeing light with your heart when all your eyes see is darkness.” This quote, by Barbara Johnson, illuminates faith’s capabilities to help people see the best in their situation. Examples of these and other positive effects of faith are pervasive throughout the text of Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett’s play, The Diary of Anne Frank. In this play, two Jewish families- the Franks and the Van Daans- along with a Jewish man, Dussel, are forced to hide in a small attic for two years to avoid being captured during the Holocaust. They are unable to breathe fresh air or take a step outside for this entire time.
The United States of America is a country built on corruption, slavery, deception, and money. For centuries, America has been described with admiration as a “free country” built on pride and equality amongst fellow men, this statement could not be more far from the truth. Numerous races have been enslaved, persecuted, and murdered. Ultimately, slavery is the symbol of our country’s patriotism, not the flag, why should the American people, worship a piece of cloth that neither protects nor represents, their struggles and sacrifices. “How many innocent flags paid the ultimate price while members of Congress concentrated on making the world safe for soft money” (Kingsley 75)?
Self-sacrifice is when some doesn't do something for themselves to help others. The value of self-sacrifice is taught through several pieces of literature such as The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, The Outsiders, and The Maze Runner. In the lion the witch and the wardrobe self-sacrifice is shown. Self-sacrifice is shown when Aslan dies.
Once upon a time in a land far-far away there lived an element named oxygen. He has an interesting name which comes from the greek words oxy and genes, which means acid former. Two other men discovered oxygen before Joseph Priestly. One man was named Cornelius Drebbel. He was the first to discover it in 1608 but failed to recognize the gas as oxygen.
“The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas” by Ursula K LeGuin reveals the concept of utilitarianism, the values of a what is right and beneficial for a larger group even if it is wrong to the minority. A city that celebrates the Festival of Summer, always “bright-towered by the sea” brings the happiness of the citizens of Omelas and perhaps “like a city in a fairy tale”(1,2). Nothing can conquer the “one thing... there is none of in Omelas is guilt”, but beauty in every shape and form(2). But a “feeble-minded” child suffering “hunched in the corner farthest from the bucket and two mops” is cursed by the city's dependence for “their happiness, the beauty of the city… [depends] wholly on the child’s abominable misery”(3).
Morally ambiguous characters are not purely evil or purely good. Their actions instead show evil or good behavior depending on the circumstance. In Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre there is a character that cannot be identified as purely evil or purely good. The character Rochester is morally ambiguous because he helps others, he keeps secrets, and he plays with people's emotions.
The Heros of the Holocaust: The Righteous Among Nations Although the German race as a whole is often blamed for the Holocaust, some Jewish citizens may have not been able to survive without their non-Jewish neighbors. Non-Jewish persons who strongly benefited the life of someone being persecuted during the Holocaust, are know as and rewarded the title, “Righteous Among Nations”. To be awarded this honor, one must have actively aided a Jewish person during the Holocaust, purely out of compassion rather than any means of personal gain. Those declared Righteous Among Nations in many cases put the lives of Jews before their own.
There was a group of people who were Jews and lived in the Secret Annex. Mr.Frank built the Annex and his family, he had two daughters named Anne and Margot. They had to live in this place because of a dictator named Hitler. They went into hiding on July 6, 1942.They are joined by four other people that are hiding because they were jews too. Mr.Frank is the one that lets all the people join his annex.