Hector chooses to go to war, even though his wife and son beg him to stay. Next characteristic is that he performs courageous deeds. Hector risked his life to fight in war. "Once again on the battlefield, he was eager for the fight, and better fortune for a time lay before him(Hamilton 194)." Hector leads his army to protect Troy.
Angry at his son’s actions, his father takes him where his mother is waiting, so they can discuss Neil’s actions. His father demands that Neil goes to military school prior to medical school. But Neil argues against it saying he does not want to go. In the end, Neil cannot come to terms with what his father demands from him and commits suicide. Because of his suicide, the boys are instructed by the headmaster to put the blame on Mr. Keating.
Even though, when the rivals regrouped and charged back the other men started to flee so he followed them into the woods. When he found out the soldiers that stayed won the battle, he was angry at them for winning the battle without him. By the end of the book, Henry starts to show how much courage and bravery he has gained. He uses the acquired courage to lead the regiment to a victory while carrying their flag. These three events show how Henry has gained courage and bravery which he now assumes himself as a hero just as he wanted to be.
Leaders, especially in war, must have the courage to take the first step into battle. You can’t be a good leader and tell another person to take the first step before you do. A good leader must prove themselves to the people they command; if you don’t prove yourself you won’t be trusted nor, will you be respected by the people that you’re supposed to lead. Captain Miller proves himself as a good leader throughout this movie. Throughout the movie you see Captain Miller in the frontlines with the other men, whether it’s storming the beach or sneaking through enemy territory, he isn’t sitting in the back-lines commanding men he is instead there leading by example.
His family means everything to him; unfortunately with the advancement of the American Revolution, it seems to be falling apart. With the battles of the war approaching his front door and with his oldest son Gabriel joining the war against his wishes, Benjamin Martin feels that he has no choice but to take action in the war. Eventually benjamin and his oldest son split up and begin gathering people to create a militia.
Achilles is also described by his men as a power figure when the poem says “These were his words,/ and all Achaeans gave a roar of joy/ to hear the Prince abjure his rage.” (R 23-35). The Greeks hearing Achilles return, gain strength, will and perseverance to carry on the war. The responsibility that Achilles takes plays massive role, affecting the men 's actions throughout the
In times of war, soldiers must surpass obstacles and be ready to face challenges. Witnessing the valiant efforts of these men that throw their lives on the line instills an insurmountable sense of pride in the hearts of spectators. Both Lord Alfred Tennyson’s poem and Richard Caton Woodville Jr.’s illustration entitled “The Charge of the Light Brigade” incorporate literary terms to express their feeling of pride towards the Light Brigade. Tennyson exhibits this by using repetition to signify the danger of fighting in battle, in addition to imagery to help the reader imagine how terrifying war is, while setting a respectful tone. Woodville shows a feeling of pride through the setting, symbolism, and powerful imagery.
Red Badge of Courage Before the war Henry has romanticized ideas of glory and courage but when he nears war his courage falters and he tries to validation of his fear in his peers. When confronted with violence Henry is like a machine fighting off the enemy. This courage Henry had to stand his ground and fight disappeared at the second battle and Henry fled during the battle. The Red Badge of Courage follows Henry’s changing ideas of courage until he finds a lasting form of it. Henry search for courage leads searching for answers in his peers, through his imagination, and the dead bodies he comes across.
By the end of this epic, Odysseus has learned to temper his pride with patience in others. This leads him to make all the right decisions in the end and everything turns out great for Odysseus and his family. His long journey home has shown the readers that he is very cunning, determined, and a strong leader. He has become a better king and a better husband than he could have ever been without his struggle
Macbeth deeply regrets his murder of Duncan because he realizes that Banqos stratagem is so superior that he will have to make no sacrifices to ensure his son’s kingship, while Macbeth had to endure so much pain only to gain an unfruitful kingship. Macbeth was forced to go against his moral code, suffering so much from regret to gain his short kingship, but because of his fear of Banqo’s abilities, he is worried that Banqo’s son will be able to easily attain the throne. He remarks on Banqo’s abilities that he “hath the wisdom that doth guide his valor to act in safety.” (58-59) Macbeth knows that Banqo is not so irrational and risky as Macbeth, and that his logical and rational thinking will lead him to not take so many risks while also ensuring his sons kingship. Macbeth risked imprisonment
But as they celebrate, more confederate troops come and a second battle ensues, from which Henry flees from. During the march before the battle, Henry feared that he would run away from battle. And after being told by soldiers he wanted reassurance from that the others would do their fighting he felt more alone. On the march he was afraid that his regiment would be ambushed, but they made it unscathed. During the first battle Henry was ready along his fellow troops for the confederate attackers and didn 't