At the beginning of the story when the Huron tribe first attacked, Hawkeye was brave enough to jump in and fight for Cora and Alice. This action was brave because his family and him were greatly outnumbered. When they got to the fort he assisted some colonial men escape so they could protect their families. Hawkeye knew full and well that it was legally wrong, what the punishment was and that didn’t stop him from helping those men. After Mugua and the Hurons attacked for the second time they captured Cora, Alice and Duncan and brought them back to their tribe.
Yet all that time he had still been a loyal follower and leader in the making. He stays grateful and does whatever Beowulf last dying breaths wish for. “/Then he brought their treasure to Beowulf, and found/ His famous king bloody, gasping / For breath.” Lines (810-812). This shows that Wiglaf had one wish and that is to bask in the victory he’d won with his lord. In doing so he proved himself worthy.
The changes he induced a make him the perfect example of a true dynamic character. His warm heart and braveness despite the tragedy of his death made him an unforgettable
His belief in the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit shapes him into the kind of guy someone would want to be like. “The Shack” first starts over Labor Day weekend in Oregon with Mack talking to his daughter, she begged Mack to tell her favorite story,the legend of the beautiful Indian maid who killed herself for her people and the man she loved. It sparked questions and reflections in Missy’s mind. She wanted to know why God asked his own children to die. Mack said that they weren’t forced to die, but did so for their love of their people.
In Alice Sebold’s The Lovely Bones, Susie Solomon stands as the protagonist of the novel whose life is cut short by her foil character, Mr. Harvey. In Susie’s narration of her family’s coping with her unexpected murder, she emits pure love and tenderness in a naively large supply for everyone until, and in most cases after, her final interaction with Mr. Harvey. Even in her death and her placement in purgatory, “[Susie] worried that [her] sister, left alone, would do something rash”(29) and “[she] wanted to kiss [Franny] lightly on the cheek or have [Franny] hold [her]”(41). This natural desire to protect her sister and to give/receive comfort from her friend similarly condemned to purgatory shows how her death did not change her character,
Odysseus is a perfect hero and has all of the characteristics it takes to be one. He cares about his men deeply and wants the best for his men. One thing that makes him special is his mind, he is very clever in getting home. The main point, is that he was able to return home against all odds. All of these characteristics made him be idealized and not just
She then asked a simple question “You have two choices; Which will in will will you try?/ to have me old and ugly till I die,/ but still away oh, true, and humble wife/ that will never displease you after her life,/ or would you rather I were young and pretty/ end chance your arm what happens in the in the city/ where friends will visit you because of me,/ yes, and in other places too, maybe./ Which would you have the choice is all your own”(395-403). This relates to the moral of wrath, because she let out all of her feelings and opinions about the topic, just to get to this particular point. Although “The Wife of Bath’s Tale” does connect to multiple morals, the main focus is geared away, but “The Pardoner’s Tale” sticks to one storyline and focuses on one
Even if that means killing her own baby she would do it. She then states “Pronounce it for me ,sir, to all our friends, For my heart speaks they are welcome”(III.IV.7-8). Lady Macbeth is deceptive so she can be perceived as a sweet wife, when in reality she holds darks desires. She will do what it takes to get what she desires it would not matter to her if a loved one gets hurt if she dreams of something she does what it takes to get
While Beowulf has lived a long, successful life and although he has plenty of men to send off to the fight the dragon, he decides to fight the dragon himself and risk the safety of his people for the chance at one more shot at old times. Despite the narrator’s positive portrayal of him in the earlier parts of the poem, in this scene, readers must weigh Beowulf’s ego against his kingly duty as a protector. His men do not support the unnecessary risk Beowulf takes, and the venture ends in his death. While it is clear that Beowulf’s men betrayed their pledged loyalty to Beowulf by fleeing, Beowulf arguably enacts a similar betrayal in his pursuit of another accomplishment at the expense of the Geats he was supposed to
Lennie’s pure strength and actions led his best friend George to kill him, so that he doesn’t get in any more trouble. George killing Lennie was a justified murder because Lennie was too dangerous, Lennie would have been killed anyways, and he only would slow George down and drag him into trouble. Lennie was way too dangerous to be kept alive, because he has no comprehension of his true strength. He was just too mentally challenged to even understand his sheer power. For example, Lennie explains to Curley’s Wife how he unintentionally killed the puppy, “I made it like I was gonna smack him… an I done it.