An effective leader is one that can lead their country into success even if they have to make tough decisions that the citizens wouldn’t like. The traits of Creon and Pentheus are what make both of them ineffective leaders to their cities. These traits that both have are they’re both narrow-minded, Authoritative, and strict. Both characters use their traits along with creating examples of others in order to ascend in the divine ascent. They put themselves in an authoritative state because of their love for power with turns out to be their fatal flaw.
Then they’ll feel they’re thinking, they’ll get a sense of motion without moving.’” (58). It is important to notice the emphasis on “brilliant”, putting the quotation marks on them give off a sense of sarcasm in the way that they are not actually learning anything. Another thing is that they only get the feeling of thinking, without really doing it. In effort to satisfy their hatred of knowledge, the 451 people got rid of books and became less intelligent with the help of technology. Through the social interactions between the character, you can see that the people in 451 do not have a lot of experience nor information about the field of social intelligence.
House#20 1. When Espernza says that Nenny "is in a world we don 't belong to anymore" she means she 's older than Nenny, because she says "anymore." Meaning they use to be there. Since Nenny is younger, her would is still a nice innocent world. Now that Esperanza doesn 't belong ther anymore means she is growing and no longer in a innocent world, but she is not fully grown because she has very little knowlede about boys, almost none.
For example “He was polite, friendly, well-groomed… he seemed extremely intelligent, I thought he was too nice a kid to be living by that hot spring with those nudist and drunks and dope smokers.” (Franz pg.51). Franz had asked Chris to be his grandson but Chris rejected him in the nicest way possible. But still Franz took Chris’s advice about doing something bigger with his life. Franz said “when Alex left for Alaska… I prayed. I asked God to keep his finger on the shoulder of that one; I told him that boy was special.
Throughout humanity, humans have always been a rather social species, often enjoying the interaction with others. It is human nature to for one to seek and reap human interactions, this, however, may create a society in which depends too much on others. Though some may argue that one may work better when together as it encourages cooperation and productivity, it does eventually create too many emotional attachments and a dependence on one another resulting in inefficiency. In the case of "Zero Day" by Jan Gangsei, the protagonist Addie Webster was involved in one of the most notorious kidnappings, she was kidnapped to train to become a cyber hacker. Her sole purpose to return back to society after being gone for so long is to retrieve a computer
He is talking about how books should give him a metaphorical boner just how he relates boner to books is funny. Also he purposely chooses to use the word boner cause it’s funnier “Boner is funnier. And more joyful.” He puts a playful spin to everything he says making everything a little more humorous. Another example where he does this is when he Arnold and him are at the computer lab as he walks in he says on page 131 “Is that somebody’s posterior?” he says posterior instead of butt is a funny because they are talking about someone’s bottom and he uses a complex word. Furthermore, teenagers usually use short, quick words however the way he says it makes him sound
In The Hunger Games, Katniss is not shown to be very interested with Peeta at the beginning of the movie, but by the end, Katniss has grown to like him, and does not mind being his “star-crossed lover”. These similarities show the authors’ intent in showing that with humans, the one that more presence will ultimately become leader, no matter how bad their ideas might be, and that humans tend to write off people by looks, without knowing anything about them. Even though Piggy and Peeta mostly have their similarities, they also have several differences, as well. The first being that Peeta actually has strength, compared to Piggy who is weak. This is shown with Peeta being able to throw things over his head very well, while on the other hand, Piggy complains about his asthma, and barely ever contributes.
The measure of your maturity is how spiritual you become during the midst of your frustrations” (Samuel Ullman). This quote by Samuel Ullman shows how maturity is measured. The reason why Jem has become more mature than Scout is because Scout doesn't know how think, speak and act her feeling within the bounds of dignity. When someone is maddening Scout, she tends to blow up and fight the person, on the other hand Jem stays cool when people are maddening him. Jem has become a more wise and mature person throughout the book than any other character mentioned in the book To Kill a
Via is torn between her own version of returning to Earth, where Auggie inhibits, and choosing the freedom of space, where she can be free from Auggie while experiencing a world beyond him and cannot be defined by him, which illustrates the biggest part of her character, independence (Annotations). Although many teenagers can say this about themselves, she defines the meaning of independence. She understood early on that her brother required special attention. As a young girl Olivia began figuring things out by herself, building her own toys, remembering friends’ birthdays and doing her homework by herself even when she needed assistance (Palacio, 83). Olivia’s independence is a definite strength,
Maudie was conversing with Scout about Mr. Arthur she says, “you are too young to understand.” Miss. Maudie is referring to the fact that Scout is too young to understand what is occurring or that she is not old enough to understand the ordeal with Mr. Arthur. Scout is still a young girl, who is still trying to comprehend the world. Nevertheless, Scout is misjudged by Miss. Maudie based on her age.