RIKKI TIKKI TAVI The short by rudyard kipling is about a brave mongoose named RIKKI TIKKI TAVI. RIKKI TIKKI TAVI is willing to risk his life to protect his family. Rikki fights the evil and mean NAG and NAGAINA. He fights two snakes that want to get rid of him. When Rikki fights Nag and Nagaina he has help from Darzee’s wife and Chuchundra.
“Rikki-tikki tavi” by Rudyard kipling Rikki- tikki tavi had a right to be proud of himself because he was going to defeat karit, nag, and nagaina the one who saved his family was a very brave and sneaky. Rikki-tikki tavi has the right to be proud, and brave of himself because he almost died in the flood on the summer day. The fight started by the cobras because they wanted the room so they tried to kill the family. The cobras were also trying to eat the eggs/ babies and Rikki-tikki was trying to stop the cobras from eating the baby eggs. On page 19 the author has Rikki-tikki say about nag “ Nag is dead- is dead -is dead- is dead”.
One of the most graphical scenes in the book was a fight between Ender and Bonzo in the shower. Ender starts out pretending to be scared to in order for Bonzo feel like he has power. "Bonzo swung his leg as if to kick but changed it to a leap". "Bonzo 's tight, ribs came against Ender 's face, and his hands slapped against his back, trying to grip him. Without seeing him, Ender knew it would bring his face closer, almost in Ender 's hair; so instead of kicking, he lunged upward off the floor, with the powerful lunge of the soldier bounding from the wall and jammed his head into Bonzo 's face (Card 211)."
Nag and Nagaina would not hesitate to kill the humans in order to preserve their lives and the lives of their children. Survival is their main desire in attacking the humans and Rikki-Tikki-Tavi is spying when Nagaina explains their plan to Nag. Not only is killing for survival regarded as acceptable behavior, it is thought of as heroic. Rikki-Tikki- Tavi is seemed to be a hero for killing Nag and Nagaina. I think that the only character who doesn’t at killing is Darzee the tailorbird, who refuses to help Rikki destroy the Cobras’ eggs and Rikki-Tikki-Tavi calls Darzee ‘‘a feather-brained little fellow’’ for not understanding that the act of taking life is vital to his own self-preservation.
For example, Napoleon brainwash the animals into thinking he is always right. George Orwell demonstrates that with knowledge and education comes great power, and this can be extremely dangerous if it falls into the hands of those who are self-serving. This is shown when, the pigs only benefit themselves, they get to kill other animals and they broke the rules for their own advantage. The
Rikki Tikki was also daring. He would jump into battle to protect the humans in any case. For example when he was fighting Nagaina, she had slithered into the hole. Rikki Tikki immediately followed because he knew if he did not kill her now, she would eventually come back and then
The amount of effort you are willing to put into your work, contributes to the results you achieve. In the story, Horton sacrificed his time for Mayzie and the egg, despite being caught in terrible weather conditions, taunted by his friends for “trying to be a bird”, and nearly being shot by a group of hunters. At the end, because Horton remained faithful to his promise, the “elephant-bird” that hatched turned out to become his child, and not Mayzie’s, who gave birth to him. Seuss enforces the idea of dedication and effort by repeating “it should be, it should be, it SHOULD be like that!” (Seuss 28), emphasizing that those who work harder should achieve better
Humphrey Dunfee is an urban legend intended to scare kids (think: Candyman or the witch 's uvula). It 's first mentioned in Chapter 7, as if kids who are going to be unwound need more to be scared of. The legend says that Humphrey Dunfee 's parents regret unwinding their son, so they 're hunting down pieces of him and rebuilding him, Frankenstein 's monster-style. At the end of the legend, the futility of the mission is addressed. "All the king 's horses and all the king 's men…couldn 't put Humphrey together again" (2.19.173).
I am not ready yet. Wait a little. Keep very still, all you three! If you move, I strike, and if you do not move, I strike. Oh, foolish people, who killed my Nag!”(para 84)This is an example of personification because it shows how Nagaina’s emotions are of vengeance and revenge to Rikki Tikki and his family.This personification proves the theme because she is being courageous to fight against them because they killed her husband.An example of evidence of personification is Rikki-tikki put his paws one on each side of the egg, and his eyes were blood-red.
Huck begins to become wary of such ideals that Miss Watson has imposed on him, and decided all he wanted “…was a change” (Twain 10). As Huck escapes from society by running away he had the chance of running into Jim on Jackson Island. During this time Huck displays his moral growth after playing a trick on Jim. Huck displays his moral growth because after placing a snake skin under Jim’s blanket, which eventually causes Jim to be bitten by a snake, he