He is prideful and believes himself above others. Robin Hood brings him down a notch and when King Richard returns he humbles him even more. He forces him to work on the royal rock pile for the rest of his days. Before his death in the Lion King, Scar is the prideful ruler of the pridelands. Simba challenges him and knocks him off his high horse humbling him just in time for his death.
Not long after the contest is over, the trio encounters another test- a mountain lion. Old Dan dies the next day due to his injuries and Little Ann not long after. Distraught, Billy does not recover until, he goes out to visit the graves of his two dogs, and sees a red fern. He and his family are in awe at the bush because according to Indian legends, only angels can plant a red fern.
Within days of arriving at the camp Omori, Louie realized his life was about to become worse than he previously thought possible. The Bird had discovered that in his previous life Louie was an olympian and that made him perfect bait. Louie was abused several times by the Bird for no justifiable reason creating an even greater uneasiness in Zamperini’s life. In this passage he describes himself looking for a lion as if he is prey. Lions are considered to be the king of the jungle and Watanabe could be considered king of the camp.
Although The Princess Bride focuses on the relationship between Westly, the poor farm boy, and Buttercup, the soon to be princess, the true hero of the story is Inigo Montoya. Inigo shows traits of heroism throughout the entirety of the book and the movie. After Inigo’s father is killed by the deranged Count Rugen, Inigo swears that he will avenge his father by killing Count Rugen (Goldman 139). Inigo also shows heroism when Westly is killed in the zoo of death; Inigo takes Westly to Miracle Max where he is brought back to life. Inigo Montoya’s story of becoming a hero did not begin when he met Fezzik and Vizzini; or when Inigo saved Westly from the zoo of death.
My archetype is Simba from "The Lion King" I really love Simba can be a archetype because he can be played as a explorer and a hero. He was the main hero and brave man who stops Scar from doing bad things to his people. Example of an allusion The Lion King allusion to a play called Hamlet by Shakespeare's their are both about a son whos father is the king, and his father got killed by his own brother.
That is the benefits he got from these powers he acquired in these mutualism relationship. Mostly, the powers gave him strength and courage. For instance, at the raid against Bull Shield’s village (Bull Shield was the that almost killed Yellow Kidney, Fools Crow’s father-in-law and the Lone Eaters, Fools Crow’s tribe had attacked the village to avenge Yellow Kidney), Fools Crow had sung “his Wolverine power song and had tied a small pouch containing the white stone around his neck” (147). This was to ensure victory at war for him and his tribe and even though he had almost not succeeded, he had found strength from the wolverine’s power to take down the enemy which had earned him the name Fools Crow. After the raid, he had also given thanks to the Wolverine for giving him a light “war wound” (150) which was indeed an honor back then.
Once secrets illustrated the truth of a pregnancy via an affair, Amir finds himself battling the new found betrayal his father proclaimed upon him. However, with Baba’s life diminishing into a fragment of the past, Amir must accept charitable giving and strong principles as a take on redemption. With death plaguing the eyes of the former Afghan, time presents the opportunity for redemption in the living. Once his nephew, Sohrab, arrived to a land that would provide the prosperity once denied to Hassan, Amir finally felt redeemed. Driving much of the plot, the theme of betrayal carves the journey of self-relization.
The hero, Odysseus refers to himself as the clear winner after defeating the suitors as he is “among the corpses of the fallen. Splattered with blood and filth, like a lion when he comes to feeding on some farmer’s bullock with the blood dripping from its breast and jaws on either side, a fearsome spectacle.” (Homer 338). This epic simile follows the conventions of a traditional hero as masculine and dominant like a “lion” and uses violence to conquer evil, to bring order and to fulfill his wants. Meanwhile, the evil, are described as “farmer’s bullock”, describing them as if they were colonized and powerless in comparison to Odysseus’ strength. Odysseus receives supernatural help to escape death, thus making him a survivor and someone who will always persist to become victorious when encountering evil.
The main difference between Hamlet and Simba is that Simba is a Lion, and Hamlet is a man, but are in the same situation which is dealing with and avenging their father’s deaths. Hamlet take the crazier route and comes up with a plan of revenge but Simba runs from the problem although he eventually comes face to face with his problem. Nala is just like Ophelia, she is a young female
It may not be on purpose but everyone does wrong at some point in their life. Everyone does something wrong in some way throughout their lifetime, even if they mean no harm by it. The Poisonwood Bible can be read as a political and religious allegory because at first no one in the Price family wants to accept the change they are going through but over time some of the characters develop and move on from this. Nathan Price, who you would expect to not sin or sin less than the rest of thefamily, actuallly ends up being the one who sins the most. He has physically harmed and emotionally damaged Orelanna and it was a freeing moment for her when she decided to get away from him and take the girl with her.