Wesley’s compassion, strong moral code, and sense of duty are something that anyone can look up to and aspire to be like. Finally, Wesley is a good father to David. Wesley is very protective of David and tries to shield him from the events that are going on in Bentrock: “If there’s any trouble and I’m not here, you run for Len. Understand? Get Len” (Watson 106).
Lennie’s kindness affects how people within story treat him. He gains the company of George who looks after him and it makes the ending all the harder to accept. This is because of his kind heart and how he doesn’t mean to do the bad things he does do. The second character trait Lennie possesses is innocence. One way Lennie is described as is innocent.
This shows the trust between the characters in the book, meaning that Paul and Rosie could have been with someone who they have never seen in their lives before, but since they have heard good things about Charles Henderson that’s why they trust him. Also another important thing in this book I think is perseverance. I think this is one of the important thing in the book because when Charles Henderson was with Marc, Marc wasn’t confident that he could break into the German intelligence outpost. “There is no chance unless you take one.” This quote shows
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
George and Lennie exemplify an affable, connected friendship as Lennie states “George won’t do nothing like that. I’ve knew George since–I forgot when–and… he’s nice to me” (Mice 102). Knowing each other for years, the common men rely on each other to get through life. Their friendship demonstrates the powerful emotional connections many of Steinbeck’s characters possess since they have a very powerful bond that unites them and helps them accomplish their dreams while overcoming any obstacles. Likewise, Steinbeck uses the friendship of Tom Joad and Jim Casy as another way to produce his idea of the ordinary person when Jim exclaims “Knowed [Tom] for years.
Reading through Dodd’s tale and how he comes to terms that he will likely not survive but still marches is admirable. The story reveals how his bravery, problem solving capabilities, and determination played a key role to overcoming hardships. Riddled in and out of the book are moral decisions that play on the readers emotions and own ethic 's. Such as feeding the local boy while his own rations are meager. I believe Dodd to be a content person however his commitment to duty makes him maintain a more rigid shell.
In the story mice of men by John Steinbeck was about two people named George and Lennie which are the main characters throughout this story. They seem to have a lot of trouble to keeping a job. They find a job and it was going well at first they were keeping their heads low not getting into any trouble. This was going well until they got themselves into a sticky situation and a very hard situation had to be made. John Steinbeck showed us that brotherhood/ friendship is very important and that some people are closer to you and are always there for you, also he shows that some people are really your friends and will do anything to protect you.
George Milton is a small man with deep morals and is one of the most important characters in the novel Of Mice and Men, written by John Steinbeck. George is a typical lonesome man living in the Great Depression that migrates from ranch to ranch to find a place of work. However, his friendship with Lennie makes him different than the other men. George faces many consequences from befriending Lennie and with his presence, George is unable to maintain a job without having any trouble or messes to clean up. Readers should be more compassionate toward George because of his relationship with Lennie; George sacrifices his personal wants, has to correct Lennie’s mistakes and eventually has to come to terms with the ultimate sacrifice.
He has learned to “trust in character again as the eternally valuable element” (Fitzgerald 678), and he has faith in his reformed character. Charlie knows that he has much to offer Honoria: a home, love, and values. He is disheartened, but in his new power, he will not slip up and return to the bad habits of his past. Now all he can offer Honoria material things of which he knows how diminutive of worth there is in the possessions that affluence can buy. F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Babylon Revisited” characters demonstrate several themes through the story, theme such as It is never too late to change, love is blind, money can’t buy happiness, what it profit a man to lose his soul and gain the world, only you can change your life.
When Harry is a hero, he shows friendship, love, and bravery. Harry is loyal to his friends and shows friendship in many ways. Harry Potter shows friendship when he offers to take hagrid 's dragon off to Charlie because it was getting too large for him. There is a lot of danger in doing this, but Harry is loyal to his friends. " 'Charlie ' he said"(Harry
Rooster trait also helps the quest because it makes Mattie feel a lot more comfortable with capturing Chaney and not being harmed. This trait serves as a conflict in their journey because Rooster doesn’t think that Mattie could survive through the journey. This is illustrated when Rooster and LaBoeuf try to leave Mattie before the journey. Also
George and Lennie 's relationship is closer than most friendships now a days. George is like Lennie 's big brother and cares for him like their family. For example, when Lennie got in trouble in Weed, George did not leave him and helped him escape. Another example of George acting like a big brother to Lennie is, he holds on to Lennie 's work card so he does not lose it. George also really cares for Lennie and does not want him to leave.
Lennie and George’s strong bond, however, is a point in favor of keeping the book accessible to all. For example, George cares for Lennie, and though he could leave at any time, he chooses to ensure that Lennie is safe. Furthermore, while George does shoot Lennie at the end, it is to protect him, in a way. Curley had sworn to kill Lennie, and George knew that Lennie could not escape, so he shot Lennie before Curley could. In addition, the book does not present George as having enjoyed killing Lennie, in fact, it is quite the opposite.