Most people would say that their parents are good parents, even if this is not entirely true. They have never known anything else, so how can they make this statement? Of course, many of these statements are true, and people appreciate their parents. However, even those who appreciate their parents can be blind to that fact that their parental figure shaped their lives in a negative way. In The Kite Runner, Baba was an overall bad parental figure for Amir, despite having his good moments.
At first his father declines, and Siddhartha then respectfully
Steinbeck also depicts George as someone that is greatly honest and true to his word as he is still loyal to Lennie even after a promise made such a long time ago. To anyone, taking care of Lennie is not an easy task. It's no different for George. He has complained in heaps of occurrences that Lennie is difficult to handle. Since Lennie is mentally challenged, George repeatedly thinks about how much simpler his life could be without Lennie.
Hurst’s immense detail of the narrator reveals how pride can both cause beneficial and destructive effects. In the beginning of the story, the narrator’s pride has a beneficial effect towards Doddle. Because of Doodle’s deficiencies, everyone in his family were skeptical of if he would ever be “all there” in his mind. The narrator is the first to recognize
Admirability is a quality that many strive to acquire, yet, most fail to achieve. Admirability is the ability to be admired or respected by others, even if they don’t necessarily agree with one’s point of view. In the classic novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, a loving father named Atticus, earns respect from his children, Jem and Scout, and almost his entire community. Wisdom, compassion, and responsibility are just a few things that make Atticus an easily likable character. To begin with, Atticus gives great words of wisdom to Jem and Scout.
Beowulf is actually an orphan, so he might be destined not to find his place in this society. However, thanks to his courage and good will, he is almost “adopted” by Hrothgar, who trusts him simply because he trusted his father. This is the reason for his “open-hearted sermon” to Beowulf. 3. Hrothgar’s warning on the fragility of life: hubris is Beowulf’s flaw
José Luis Álvarez is by far my favorite character. While he has been arrested, shot at, and verbally abused all because of Monserrat's family, he still loves her and would do anything to return to her. This, while not exactly smart considering the danger he has gone through, is romantic and respectable.
Bob Cratchitt has a large family he feeds with his small salary, he is always happy and willing to continue working. The most important thing about Bob Cratchitt is his son Tiny Tim, who is very sick and in need of medical attention that Bob cannot afford. Tiny Tim will later be an important part of the reason why Scrooge becomes good again, as Scrooge feels that he should help him, so he does not
‘Oh, look here! our mongoose is killing a snake!’ This is important because it shows rikki tikki tavi being brave and saving teddy from Karait the theme i thought of was rikki tikki being be brave, i chose this because throughout the story all rikki tikki has done was help them and brave. The theme of the fictional story Rikki-tikki-tavi by Rudyard Kipling is to be brave and have courage to protect the ones you love. Evidence Rikki’s character traits (pg.21).