Many people have to stand up for their beliefs.They have to be very courageous when they stand up to their beliefs. In Mildred D Taylor’s book roll of thunder hear my cry..Stacy has to show courage when he comes up with plan to dig the trench. The book is set in 1930 in the south where african americans were treated unfairly. .Stacy also had to show courage when he was in the woods taking T.J. home. When Stacey walked T.J home T.J told T.Stacy to wait on him to see if he makes it into the house.
The Logan kids walked T.J home when hearing his story of pain, and while walking back towards their house they end up hiding in the woods and watch T.J and the Avery family get thrown out of their house so the white men can punish T.J for his 'crimes'. Cassie, Christopher-John, and Little Man run back to the house to get their Papa and Mr. Morrison while Stacey stays to make sure T.J doesn't get killed. "Thunder crashed against the corners of the world and lightning split the sky as we reached the road, but we did not stop. We dared not. We had to reach Papa."
(1) Although Adoniram seems to freak out at the end of the story, young Sammy clearly is the character that undergoes the greatest change. (2) Near the beginning of the story, Sammy clearly demonstrates his father’s traits of keeping to himself and of disregarding the women in the family. (3) After Adoniram’s plan to build a new barn is discovered by Sarah and Nanny, they discuss the situation. (4) Sammy is present at this point in time, but “he did not seem to pay any attention to the conversation” (Freeman). (5) While Adoniram’s plan to build a new barn is not discovered by Sarah and Nanny until men start digging a cellar for it, Sammy finally reveals that he did know about the plan for about three months.
I'm going to be talking about John Colter and Tom Murphy's disadvantages and advantages when they were out exploring. And how hard it must have been on both of them to go out in the freezing cold, by themselves. They had to take care of themselves. It was a cold night up in Yellow Stone, when John Colter was walking around out there all by himself in the freezing cold, he even had to build his own shelter which was probably hard, so when John Colter finally had found such a good spot to put his shelter. He started building it he had a tarp and he said you have to tie the knights not too tight because it's cold out and you don’t want to sit there trying to untie knots but you have to tie it to a sturdy tree branch or a big stick that has fallen from a tree.
“Hunters in the Snow” deals with the motif of alienation, or isolation. Tub and Frank both experience isolation from others, reinforced by the secrets they are keeping. Kenny and Frank rush ahead of Tub while hunting, and almost leave without him. Tub has to run to catch up with them, and pulls himself into the truck before it drives away. Indignant, he says,”’I used to stick up for you.’ ‘Okay, so you used to stick up for me.
Atticus ‘the dad’ shows courage when he stood in the middle of the street, facing off with a rabid dog armed with a shotgun ”In a fog, Jem and I watched our father take the gun and walk out into the middle of the street..”(104). that’s a huge act of courage to protect loved ones. His personality is full of courage to the things he says to what he does. “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view … until you climb into his skin and walk around in it”(Atticus). Miss Maudie shows courage when she refuses to be pressured by the “footwashin” Baptist who try to shame her, again just standing up for yourself is showing courage.
Those six guys, they heard wicked sound out there. They heard sound you just plain won’t believe’” (O’Brien 320-21). Sanders is desperate for the audience, to have someone hear him that it did not matter that the story was not true. The need for listener is all that matter not the true story. Loffreda also talks about this need to have a story when Matt was found in the woods.
The community has gone against Atticus because of the Tom Robinson case. However, as Atticus does in the situation with the mad dog, he will protect his community and his family to the best of his knowledge and ability. Atticus’s humility is shown when Sheriff Tate “handed the rifle to Atticus,” and “Jem and I nearly fainted (p. 126).” They never thought that the sheriff would
The narrator states that his father woke up and got dressed “in the blueblack cold” in order to go to work where he developed “cracked hands that ached.” Hayden uses the words “cold,” “cracked,” and “ached” to describe the father’s working conditions; the hard Cs in these words make them sound harsh, and therefore imply that the father’s job is difficult. This enhances readers’ impressions that the father continues to work at his challenging and demanding job in order to provide for his family. Both Hayden and Roethke chose to describe the fathers’ hands to represent the children’s living situations. The father in “Those Winter Sundays” had “cracked hands that ached,” while the father in “My Papa’s Waltz” had “battered” hands. Many individuals believe that hands tell a lot about a person, such as their job or even their class.
However he held his head high. For another example of courage, Atticus felt he could not look his children in the eyes if he did not do the right thing and help Tom. Atticus stayed strong and courageous through the scorn, spite, and hatred of society. “It was times like these when I thought my father, who hated guns and had never been to any wars, was the bravest man who ever lived.” (115-116). Boo (Arthur) Radley established great courage in the face of danger, when Jem and Scout were attacked by Mr. Ewell.