Proctor says; “ let them that near dead now take their souls, it is pretence to me.” Proctor talks good about the people who decided not to confess. He Doesn't want to say anything that will harm them. Proctor doesn't think he’s doing the right thing by confessing and wants to change his mind to do the right thing. John proctor is successful in helping his friends be
Being messenger of Good Faith is a characteristic that I found very appealing. This is the kind of nurse I hope to be. I want to be there for my patients with my faith during the hardest times. Also I want to help them understands that God is wonderful and he is always present among us. Question 2: Have you ever had a concrete situation
Nothing is wrong with being proud of something you did. As individuals we tend to act without thinking sometimes. “But all of us must have something or someone to be proud of and Doodle had become mine.” this quote is basically saying that we can’t go through life without something to feel proud of or to have something good happen due to our actions. Right after the narrator said that he states “I did not know pride is such a wonderful,terrible thing, a seed that bears two vines, life and death” after reading this, the narrator clearly states that pride isn’t all great like we expect it to be, We don’t think much about what’s happening in the moment, it’s almost natural to just think about the positive outcome. If we didn’t have any sense of pride where would our standards go?
Not only did Atticus show compassion towards friends, he also showed compassion to his enemy and their family. Atticus stepped in the shoes of the Ewells and said that "if spitting in my face and threatening me saved Mayella Ewell one extra beating, that 's something I 'll gladly take." (Lee 218) This represents compassion because he would gladly protect a victim of abuse with his own life. This shows that Atticus can understand and forgive anyone that has ever done him wrong, and will always look for the best outcome of a bad situation. Atticus is the character that shows the most compassion because he takes the anger of an entire town and the hate of an enemy and turns it into positive outlooks and is able to forgive and forget.
Examples of this maturation are shown when he explains, "It was good that God kept the truths of life from the young as they were starting out or else they’d have no heart to start at all" (284). Our view of the story changes as well when we notice that Grady 's life of adventure and experiences turns into tragedy and misfortune. His life is more about loss than accomplishment to the point where his life is an ultimate failure. By the conclusion of this story Grady has undergone a complete change. First person point of view used by McCarthy has ended up being a very successful way of telling the story.
For example, John Proctor was willing to sacrifice his good name to protect his wife. He is a husband and a father, although he made mistakes, his family is very dear. He is a person who stores moral convictions and only cares for the safety of his family and individual welfare. In addition, John Proctor's decision to tell the court about his business ironically shows his kindness. He no longer continued his relationship with Abigail, who privately terminated his sins.
An egoist is the complete opposite of an altruist. An egoist is a self-centered or selfish person. At the end of the novella, Equality was brasher and started using the word “I” in his monologues about how everything was going to change because of the amazing thing that he discovered and did all by himself. That was wrong of Equality to do because his friends helped him along the way in his journey and did not quit on him even though they could have been killed. His friends really helped and Equality was not as sincere and grateful for them as they were for him.
Elizabeth optically discerns his inner goodness shine when he relucts to prevaricate, and she realizes how inequitable she has been. Proctor preserves the lives of the others who are inculpated when he unselfishly declines to preserve his own. He acts as a martyr when he places others afore himself. He would rather die an honorable death than live a dishonorable life. In conclusion John Proctor endeavors to visually perceive the good in adultery to endeavor fortify his espousement & he takes full responsibility of his sins and does not opt to encumber his sin on his wife and his unborn child.
This was smart so then he was able to tell the truth and he didnt dad with a bad name Although he does expalin why he did everything and shows how he wanted to help the slaves he start to go to blame the court and their discion. During his speech he starts to talk about how the diecion of him to die was such a harsh decison of the court, even though he was many people to die and he caused damage and ditrupture to the country. For the rest of his speech besides the begggining he talks about how his punishment was to harsh and how he is a good person. In his speech he states, “I see a book kissed, which I suppose to be the Bible, or at least the New Testament, which teaches me that all things whatsoever I would that men should do to me, I should do even so to them.” After reading this part of his speech it seemed like he started to care only abot his repuation and himself. He talks less abou the people and in my opinion this makes him looks selfish.
But indeed these things are nothing; if God should withdraw his hand, they would avail no more..." This works as a counter-argument for the fact that the audience isn't currently feeling the effects of their sins and asserts that they are going to feel them eventually. Additionally, he evokes the audience's own memories. He utilizes personal experiences, both from himself and the audience. " Those that are gone from being in the like circumstances with you, see that it was so for them; destruction came suddenly upon most of them; when they expected nothing of it, and while they were saying peace and safety; now they see..." Thus, he shows that even people who thought they were safe were at mercy to