Because he felt he owed them he was loyal and took a risk by saving them from Nag and Nagaina, which further proves the theme of loyalty. In conclusion, the author uses anthropomorphism this story to help show the theme,loyalty can cause you to take a chance for those you care
His dad must’ve told him about these things, since Pap has made many mistakes in life he has a good side to himself. Pap must’ve left his education for some reason Mark Twain doesn’t explain. So Pap doesn’t seem like a horrible person after all by teaching Huck that kindness to show other
A Man's Honor Honor is something that can be earned, lost, and taken away. In the Novel “The Crucible” John Proctor has his honor taken away and attempts to earn it back. He had an affair and is now trying to earn respect from the person he cares about, his wife. John Proctor is an honorable man because he helps people in need, loves his wife and stays a truthful man before he dies. John Proctor Helped his friends be successful and cared for their safety.
His compassion toward the Homeboys has brought compassion to them. “‘G, I don’t know what’s happening to me, but it’s big. It’s like, for the first time in my life, I feel compassion for what other people suffer”. This was said by Memo. Father Boyle took him to a talk.
Yet, have a father who shows them a disparate perspective of thinking. In chapter 3 of “To Kill A Mockingbird” Scout tells her father about her bad experience at her first day of school. She was told by Miss Caroline to stop letting her father (Atticus) teach her how to read. Miss Caroline
To Kill a Mockingbird is a story that takes place during the Great Depression in a small town located in southern Georgia in the 1930s. The book focuses on Jean Louise “Scout” and Jeremy Atticus “Jem” and their coming of age and the major events that made the two grow up. One of the events was the trial of the Mockingbird, Tom Robinson, in which their father, Atticus Finch, was defending Tom, a man of color. Mockingbirds are used throughout the book to represent people that were harmed by the society even though they were innocent. There is a common misinterpretation of the meaning behind the Mockingbird leading many to believe that Scout is the Mockingbird in the story.
John’s portrays honor throughout The Crucible in his loyalty, the good he gives to others and he's a good husband. The Crucible teaches readers to stick to what they believe in, even if others disagree. John died, but with honor because he did not let others change his mind. Like John Proctor risks his life to say what he believes in, others from around the world protest what they believe in even though some get thrown in
“Shoot all the bluejays you want if you can hit 'em but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.To Kill a Mockingbird is about a life of racism,poverty, and unfairness. For these three kids it takes them a while to realize how unfair the world is. Only one person knows how they feel and tries to do everything as possible to help them and Tom to find justice. Scout and Jem are the children of Atticus who is a lawyer of the town Maycomb. Dill comes every summer to come and visit his aunt.
To Kill a Mockingbird, a novel which teaches us many themes like empathy by always following right morals and doing what is right. Inside those life lessons the novel also teaches us something important. Readers see the power of an 8-year-old to defeat a mob, making them acknowledge what they are doing and “stand in the shoes of another”. We read that a total stranger who is isolated from society (Boo Radley) helps a pair of kids and ends up saving their lives. People do bad acts because of power, or maybe they don’t know better, or (most of the time) people choose bad because if they do what is right it isn’t going to benefit them.
To Kill A Mockingbird Behind every great story there is the coexistence of good and evil that is materialized into the essence of themes. These resulting themes are scattered throughout Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. The novel revolves around the Finch siblings, Jem and Scout, as they grow up in the southern 1930s and start to discover the truth about their society with their father who is also a talented lawyer, Atticus Finch, and the people of Maycomb County. Atticus faces the dilemma of sticking to his virtues by defending Tom Robinson, a black man wrongly accused of raping a white woman: Mayella Ewell. In doing so, he risks sacrificing the Finch’s reputation as well as his children or keeping his family’s reputation in tact
As Atticus has explained to Scout many times, Atticus values justice and equality. He also believes that everyone is equal. Just because Tom Robinson is black, that doesn’t mean Atticus shouldn’t defend him simply for that reason. As Atticus says to Scout, if he defend Mr. Robinson, then he couldn’t tell his children, Jem and Scout, not to do something. He says and does this to set an example for his children to follow, because if he expects them to do or follow something, then he must display it to them first.