- During the travel Jim finds out that mostly the crew are pirates and tell about it to the captain, the doctor and the squire. When they get there, Jim goes under covered to the island in order to explore and there meets Ben Gunn, a men who had been abandoned in the island. Here Jim discovers that true danger was close because he hears the pirates talking about getting the treasure for themselves and he tells the “good guys” (Captain Smollet, Dr. Livesey, Squire Trelawney in order they can be aware and safe. In this part there are formed two team “the good ones” and “the bad ones”. On the island Jim finds an ally who also had suffer from the greed of pirates and wants revenge of them.
In conclusion, Rick O’Barry and his crew demonstrate prime examples of good global citizens as they raise awareness for the slaughter of dolphins. They were able to change the public’s opinion on hunting dolphins and stop the kids in Taiji from consuming the contaminated dolphin meat. Although Ric broke the law, he did it to save thousands of dolphin lives while he was still active, informed, and purposeful which makes him a good global
Beowulf exhibits this trait multiple times in the text, as does his follower Wiglaf. When asked by Hrothgar to slay Grendel, the ever-so-loyal hero says, “send my hammered / Mail of my armor to Higlac, return / The inheritance I had from Hrethel” (Beowulf 186-188). This shows the loyalty he has for his family. When Beowulf (from the movie) heard about the demon beast, he willingly journeyed across the sea with his men to help a friend of his family rid the land of the evil creature. Wilgaf also proves to be loyal in both the text and movie by staying with Beowulf to help him conquer the dragon, even though all the other men had ran away in fear.
This shows that he cares for himself and his crew. He does not want to be stuck there on the island and wants to get home and see his family. He could have stayed and ate the flower and not have a care in the world. But he wants to let his men home and he wants to be home, so he gets all his men on board the ship and they sail out. Odysseus is an epic hero he did not want to stay he wants to get home.
In the novel the audience reads a shocking piece in where Okonkwo kills the boy who called him father while under direct orders not to. “Father, they’ve hurt me” cried the boy as he ran towards Okonkwo for help, but Okonkwo did not help, he drew his machete and finished the boy. Okonkwo was too afraid to be seen as weak if he didn’t. (Achebe 61). Okonkwo killed his son.
Watching the sunrise over the mountains. Having a picnic breakfast on the beach with the traditional Indonesian food. Then going scuba diving to experience the exquisite coral reefs and underwater marine life. Having the first underwater kiss. Coming back to relax for an hour or two.
Juana believed that the pearl had evil spirit to it and that it had bad luck. Once all of the villagers knew that Kino found the pearl they became obsessed with trying to get it. Juana feared that the pearl will ruin their son and her family, but Kino pushes her fear aside not caring since he was going to be rich. Throughout the story Kino’s greed became too much for Juana after her family had been attacked and Kino beaten so badly that he was knocked unconscious. Juana tried to take the problem into her own hands and get rid of the pearl, but Kino was so set on being rich he wouldn’t let her and hit Juana until she was knocked unconscious.
Atticus endangered the life of himself and all the people around him. “ It was Miss Stephanie’s pleasure to tell us: this morning Mr. Bob Ewell stopped Atticus on the post office corner, spat in his face, and told him he’d get him if it took the rest of his life”(Lee 290). Atticus knew that he would have started something in the beginning when he took the court case because he knew he would shame and ruin Mr. Ewell’s reputation and it would entice Mr. Ewell to attack. As Atticus knew Mr. Ewells threats he did not think that Mr. Ewell would Attack Scout and Jem after the pageant. “He’s dead, Mr. Finch”(Lee 357).
The pot fell and broke in the sand. He heard Ikemefuna cry, “My father, they have killed me!” as he ran towards him. Dazed with fear, Okonkwo drew his machete and cut him down. He was afraid of being thought weak.” After reading this I came to realize that Ikemefuna is not the only one who is afraid when the man cleared his throat, Okonkwo is in fear too. Taking control over a situation in which he didn't need to, he killed his adopted son out of fear as being seen as weak.
This suggests savagery as the boys began to hunt for Ralph violently and they have been overruled by their civilized sides. From this we can tell that savagery has completely overruled them as Golding chooses the word “all running” and “crying out madly”. In Fact, when the navy officer came to rescue them, even the officer, he was shocked to hear that two of the boys are killed. The officer asked “Nobody killed, I hope? Any dead bodies?
My personal dragons Anyone can relate to the struggles and the conflict that Beowulf faces throughout his journey to save Hrothgar and his men. There are so many examples of good vs evil in my life and I can relate to his daily struggles as well. For example, Beowulf had to listen to Unferth, who thought completely terrible of him. Unferth pointed out that “Beowulf could not even win a swim match, so why should he be trying to save us?” In the same way, throughout life I believe people will eventually hear or do the identical thing; they can cause less self-worth and confidence in someone, somewhere. People can become so prude if they feel like they have to have help, which is the reason for Unferths ridiculous actions.