Davis was the creation of a broken family. His mother was an avid drug user. His grandmother tried to fill that role, but being consumed of the responsibilities of work,a disabled husband, and her mentally handicapped son she had no time. Addolfo began robbing people to get money for necessities like food. Davis soon fell into a gang that gave him more attention than he could ever ask for.
Odysseus is an Epic hero because of his quick thinking skills, bravery, and confidence for himself and his men. Odysseus is an epic hero because of his bravery and confidence during every obstacle throughout his journey In Part 1 whie Odysseus is about to come across cyclops cave, he says “I brought along and victuals in a bag, for in my bones I knew some towering brute would be upon so soon- all outward power, a wild man, ignorant of civility. “ Odysseus is showing his bravery of not being petrified of what he might come across, like the cyclops. Odysseus has no intention of harming them, but he is not sure what their intention is. This example is important because not only does it show confidence in himself, he also shows confidence in his men.
“We all live in suspense from day to day; in other words, you are the hero of your own story” (Mary Mccarthy www.Quotesgram.com ). Richard Connell is the writer of his own story and his story has suspense so when something suspenseful Happen everybody gets worried. Suspense tears people apart that's what makes his story better. Richard Connell adds suspense by making the general sound crazy. He makes the story go up and down and then back up in suspense.
The characters are having tough times in their lives, where they really don’t know what to do and how to handle their obstacles or setbacks to be happy. For example, one of the main characters didn’t know how to handle the loss of her marriage and successful job so she resorted to an escape. That escape was alcohol for her. Alcohol affects the story because it is symbolized for an escape to obstacles and just the amount of problem they have are tremendous. This is yet again another example of one of the many physical objects that the author uses as