On the flip side, Dog helps by bringing Magpie to his cave to make her feel safe. He wanted to have Magpie feel safe. Finally, Dog also brought Magpie to the lake. When they looked in the water, Magpie saw that things were okay. Another similarity between the two books is that Magpie and Tricia are pessimists, but with the help of Mr. Falker and Dog, both Tricia and Magpie have character change where they use to have self-pity to feeling confident.
This means he cares for his friends and is truly a good man. 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
She was trying to look out for her family but, her uncle did care about this. Most people would have done the same thing. Antigone is correct for bold rebellion to bury her brother because she was loyal to the gods, what her religion was and her family means to her. Antigone is always going to be right because she was defending her family alive or dead she will still be
“Brother, Brother, Brother, do not leave me! Do not leave me!” (p.425) Brother left and he did not come back to save him till it was to late because he was disappointed in Doodle for not running fast enough to keep up with him. All these reasons on how Brother was mad a Doodle comes to a conclusion on why he causes Doodles
This shows that deep down beyond all of his insecurities and the lies that he told Pete and Delmar to get them to help him escape, he does genuinely care about them and their safety. After Pete and Delmar find out that there is no treasure and that Everett only convinced them to escape because his wife was remarrying, he decides to change his ways and live a more selfless life to help Pete and Delmar escape and stay out of danger. Everett demonstrates his newfound loyalty towards his friends when Tommy is captured by the KKK and is brought to the clan rally to be hung. Everett’s decision to risk his life to go in the rally and attempt to rescue Tommy shows his selfish nature had been put to bed. This is similar to The Odyssey when Odysseus has to make the hard decision when sailing near the Scylla and Khayrbdis to sail in the right direction to save his men and get them through the danger relatively safely.
Characters understand the appeal of power at a young age. Even as a child, Amir manipulates Hassan’s loyalty in order to make himself feel superior. Amir has always felt inferior to Hassan, mainly due to his yearning for Baba’s love. Because of this, he enjoys using his opportunistic advantages to make Hassan think less of himself. As children, Amir and Hassan enjoy reading under their favorite tree, but Amir’s favorite part is when they come “across a big word that [Hassan does not] know” and he has the opportunity to “expose his ignorance” (Hosseini 28).
The extended dog metaphor impacts the tone of “Reunion”, showing his perception of a family units way to interact with each other. “. He chuckled as their muffled noises reminded him of whimpering puppies down at the animal shelter where he volunteered.” Showing the way family reminds him of puppies and expresses the closeness a of his family. Reminding us of the whimpering and whining had more meaning than just sounds. Being the oldest in his group Marty was the “ Big Dog “ of his cousins, which he enjoyed so he could look out for his younger cousins.
One way to cope with problems is to simply deny there is a problem in the first place. For example, Gatsby was impatient to Daisy when they decided to tell Tom about the affair. On the day that Daisy, Gatsby, Nick, Jordan, and Tom met up for lunch, Gatsby and Daisy agreed that she was supposed to tell Tom that she never loved him and that she was in love with Gatsby. Although, it was not true that Daisy never loved Tom. Gatsby simply wanted her to confess this to Tom because Gatsby was in denial that she could ever love anyone except for him.
The last piece of evidence was found in the story “Hachiko, The Story Of A Loyal Dog,” in paragraph 4. Hachiko, the dog, bounced or leaped all over his owner. This shows friendship between the owner and the dog and how this bond is unbreakable. As you can see, people and animals can develop a great attachment towards each other that help them get to know each other and be