He was hung at the end of the play, but his name be remembered exactly how he wanted it to be. “He have his goodness now. God forbid I take it from him!” (1273) Metaphorically speaking, Proctor was put into a crucible, melted down, and came out in the purest form possible. John Proctor perfectly fits the role of a tragic hero because he has all the qualities of a tragic hero. John Proctor's main flaw was his excessive pride which sealed his fate.
In Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, the most interesting idea that was presented is when George killed Lennie with the use of euthanasia. George and Lennie had each other and had always looked out for the best in each other. They both have traveled throughout the country and even when the going gets tough, they stay together. George even retains a dream of buying a farm for him and Lennie and living in their paradise. The ending to Of Mice and Men showed the great lengths that George would go to keep Lennie’s best interest in mind, while he shocked all readers that he was able to kill his best friend, George possibly did this for his own best interest.
Gandalf is the Great Wizard. He is the one they all go to in their darkest times, they rely on him for everything. Gandalf is the one who gives Frodo the task of destroying the ring. Saruman is a very smart wizard who turns to the dark side. Saruman’s master is Sauron, but because the Dark Community is so corrupt he turns on him.
The Characters: HARRY POTTER The son of James and Lily Potter and nephew of Vernon and Petunia Dursley.Their parents died to save him.He shows himself to be caring and shrewd, a loyal friend, and an excellent Quidditch player. At the beginning, Harry is an unimposing figure.He was skinny, isolated from his family, the constant victim of his cousin 's bullying, and marked with a lightning-shaped scar on his forehead. After his discovery of his magical abilities and his introduction to Hogwarts, Harry begins to grow in confidence, strength until he becomes a protagonist, capable of facing off against the Dark Lord himself. Harry is marked also by the confrontation between good and bad magic that caused that scar: the standoff between the evil
As the years went on and Harry realized how serious things had gotten between him and Voldemort, he heavily relied on friends and teachers, and also on his wizarding ability, and his vast knowledge of spells. Harry always relied on his friends, who were with him to the end, and he always had help from Dumbledore and the other teachers. Harry defeated Voldemort multiple times, despite only being a teenager. Harry even sacrificed his own life to protect the ones he loved. Harry survived the killing curse once again, and was then able to defeat Voldemort in the final battle.
Harrison Bergeron By singling out one group of people or a single person, society creates an unequal and uncomfortable world. In the science fictional short story, “Harrison Bergeron” , written by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr, the author highlights that being different is not a bad thing, but others may judge you and think it is. Harrison Bergeron, at the cost of his own life, expresses his mysterious ways when the government takes him away and makes him ugly, but he proves to the world that he is confident and brave about his abnormal flaws and no matter how much the government judges, the truth will always be there for everyone to see. Bergeron demonstrates being mysterious at the beginning of the story by being taken by the government and not being heard from. “And it was in that clammy month that the H-G men took George and Hanzel Bergeron’s fourteen-year-old son, Harrison, away.” (Vonnegut Jr., 1) Due to Harrison’s mother’s low intelligence and Harrison’s father’s special handicap hearing aid, Harrison’s parents, George and Hazel, cannot think about their son for too long without their thoughts being
He is blamed for every disastrous event in Corrigan, even by the police without evidence. The residents of Corrigan accepts scapegoating as a normal way of living and this also shows how corrupt the justice system is at Corrigan. And this makes Charlie constantly question his notions of right and wrong after being deceived by everyone. (Silvey, P211 – I remember thinking that if I hadn’t seen the cuts and bruises on Jasper’s face for myself, I wouldn’t have thought for a second that this burly paternal copper was capable of locking up an innocent boy without charge and beating him.) However, straight after Jasper finds Laura’s body, he scapegoats Mad Jack Lionel as responsible, even though, he knew that Laura’s father was capable of committing the crime.
Steinbeck and Twain both demonstrate a value of morals over the written law by creating sympathetic, yet "corrupted" protagonists. These authors have their characters break the law early on in the novels. This is demonstrated when Huckleberry Finn aids in the escape of Jim, a runaway slave. "I 's wuth eight hund 'd dollars" (Twain 58). In Huck 's society, slaves were seen as property.
This is like the transforming of Voldemort transforming into a human, but he goes through many incarnations. The second way it is similar to Harry Potter is the friendship of the three main characters. Even though there were two girls and one boy this time, they all went on a quest together. They all were the best of friends and helped each other when needed, much like Ron, Harry and Hermione did. Finally, there is a final battle for evil at the end of the book, like many of the Harry Potter books.
In the “Harry Potter” Series, J.K. Rowling is a story about a famous boy named Harry Potter, going through adventures and facing challenges in the wizarding world. Throughout the series, Harry battles with Lord Voldemort, the one who killed his parents. In the story, full of friendship, power and love, we can learn about Harry Potter’s inner strong, inner strength from him and the people around him which has helped him to overcome his challenges and adversities. One thing we learn from the “Harry Potter” Series is friendship. Friendship has helped Harry to come back from his adventures alive.