To most people, family values mean everything. Taking care of one another, loving one another, protecting one another; all things a family would do for one another. But there may come a time in everyone’s life where they would have to make a sacrifice or even sacrifice themselves for the ones they love. In the book In The Time of The Butterflies, the oldest sister in the Mirabal family, Patria, offers to sacrifice herself for her entire family. Patria’s sacrifice for her family proves that she is loyal and loving towards them, which shows her family values.
Than why isn’t Odysseus a good leader? Odysseus is a good leader. As a true king, Odysseus demonstrates sacrifice as well as honor to his faithful companions. He also exhibits determination to continue the everlasting journey to return home. Now, some may call him a foolish, selfish, and unethical man who does not deserve the title of a leader, much less a king.
These ambitions are best if avoided because you can really hurt yourself or harm others. For example, Macbeth was a loyal soldier to his king Duncan but he later turned on him and killed him in his sleep so he could become king. He committed these acts because of the prophecies he was told by from three witches. He was also trying to please his wife who lead him into thinking murdering the king would greatly benefit them.
Throughout the memoir, The Glass Castle, Jeannette Walls recalls her family’s past and the struggle they went through. She inadvertently teaches the audience her meaning of resilience. But how is resilience defined? In short, resilience is the ability of a person to appreciate what life hands them instead of sulking upon it. A quote by Elizabeth Edwards supports this definition and ties in with Jeannette Walls’ personal experiences.
Ma Joad: Leader of the Pack In my opinion, Ma Joad is the hero of “The Grapes of Wrath”. She is the main force of the force of the family and the one who kept them moving. And although she is the most loving member of the Joad’s, she hides her pain and fear. Without Ma, the family would not have been together at the end of the novel. She can be grouped into many different types of heroes such as, Catalyst, Group Oriented, and Matriarchal Family Strength.
Some may say that Polyneices was a traitor well he is, that 's the reason why Creon wants Polyneices not buried. She was trying to look out for her family but, her uncle did care about this. Most people would have done the same thing. Antigone is correct for bold rebellion to bury her brother because she was loyal to the gods, what her religion was and her family means to her.
Were not for her strong nature, Rose would have left her husband and look for a different man who can take care of her. Rose is the reason for her family’s unity. The fact that Rose manages to get her son to forgive his dad. Rose is the strongest character, she was able to survive in a male dominated
Cassius commits suicide because he thinks he caused the death of his great friend Titinius. What an absolute fool! Cassius an honorable man for this? I completely oppose. First he sends Titinius and Pindarus out to see how the war was going, why didn 't he just go himself or with them.
After reading Antigone, many people finish the book with the idea that Haimon was the character that had the most will and strength. He stood up to his father, defending the woman he loves and risking his home and father's trust to save her. Although Haimon did attempt to save Antigone from her death, Antigone was fearless, independent and determined during her mission to let her brother rest in peace. During the time when the play was written, a person who has died would not be fully at peace without a burial ceremony. Antigone wants justice for her brother and is willing to risk her life to accomplish it.
You were always loyal towards your family and never gave up even when the worst could’ve happened. You made sure that your family was together for as long as you could no matter what obstacle was set in front of you. It was unbelieveable that you had enough determination and strength to take care of your mother and sister in the concentration camps you went to. You did everything and anything to make sure that your family was safe and healthy for as long as possible even if that meant you could be risking your health which I found extremely admirable. When your mother sadly died, I believe it was very strong of you to still make sure your sister lived even when your sister was at her lowest point and was ill, could barely walk, you didn’t even think the worst of the situation.
Soon after Creon hears the news that his son and wife are dead, he says, “Take me away, I beg you, out of sight. A rash indiscriminate fool! I murdered you, my son, against my will- you too, my wife. ”(Sophocles 1459-62). Even though Creon did not mean for his son and wife to die, he actions are what brought them to kill themselves.
In No Exit by Jean-Paul Sartre we see Garcin psychologically entrapped. Garcin has trapped himself psychologically in trying to be known as a hero and not a coward. He was killed by a firing squad after being caught fleeing the country in time of war. He soiled himself before being shot, which was a major blow to his psyche. Garcin wanted to be known as a hero, but he failed to show heroism twice in his life.
or they would kill him, because they needed him because he was a good sniper. The brother didn’t want to die so he went on there side. After the sniper saw that he had killed his own brother he was sad. That was all that he had left in his family.
As Genji fought lord Hakuseki in the theater, he holds his sword with triumph. What will happen to Genji in the next chapter? The Ghost in Tokaido Inn is a book that about a boy called seikei who lives in japan. Seikei embarks on a journey to find the thief that stole the jewel from a daimyo, he was involved on solving the mystery.he was taken along by Judge Ooka a samurai who had solved mysteries.it was up to Seikei and judge Ooka to find who had stolen the Jewel. Genji a samurai who’s family had been slain by the daimyo Lord Hakuseki had the courage ,loyalty ,honor was the quality and characteristics of a samurai.
During the Meiji restoration, militarism and nationalism began to take over Japan. Unknown to the rest of the world, Japan had started focusing in on themselves. This is what initially sparked the nationalism and militarism that eventually took over Japan. Moving forward, after World War I and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, Japan had now gained control of Shandong in China. The addition of Shandong was exactly what Japan needed at the time.