This quote is one of Tecumseh's most famous quotes. Tecumseh's leadership skills save the American Indians from genocide.Tecumseh leaderships skills were being a brave young kid who turned into a warrior that wouldn’t back down from war. The name Tecumseh means “ goes from one place to another”. Tecumseh was always surrounded by warfare as a youth because his family
The common theme in all genres is that new problems are found within war.The Sniper is a short story about a sniper who is on a rooftop fighting to be free of british rule not knowing that his brother was on the other side of the war and not knowingly kills him after being shot in the arm.Thoughts of Hanoi is a short story of two brothers who have been separated for ten years who are on different sides of war not wanting to be killed by one another with hatred but wanting to return to their village when the war has ended.On the Bloody Borders:Mexico’s Drug Wars is an article that talks about the dangers and complications of the drug war that Mexico has been dealing for years and the impact in which it has on the nation and its citizens.To conclude the
He will protect his teammates and his country no matter what the cost is.The hall of fame will be giving one new “Bravery award” to one great person this year. Marcus Luttrell should receive the award for bravery because he will and protect his teammates no matter the cost and had done it in battle before. Marcus Luttrell had to be brave in many situations. Marcus will be receiving the award for bravery. According to Marcus Luttrell.com’s bio, it says that “Luttrell was the only survivor.
The people in the drive-in movie were trying to avoid getting bit by the mosquitoes; but it was also a metaphor for the Native Americans fighting the “white men.” She explains they are trying to keep the mosquitos out but nothing would keep them away; which is also like the Natives fighting to keep their land, but could not win. “They break through the smoke screen for blood” is describing the Whites getting in and killing many people. Similarly, in Sherman Alexie 's poem, he states “Cain lifts Crow, that heavy black bird and strikes down Abel. Damn, says Crow, I guess this is just the beginning” (Alexie 1). He is also using a metaphor for the struggle the Native American people barred.
Another case in which Junior’s ambition is recognized would be when Eugene, a friend of Junior’s father recognizes the ambition that exists within Junior and how it greatly differs from that of the other people on the reservation, including himself. When Eugene drops off Junior in Reardon, he says “It’s pretty cool you’re doing this”, he said...Yeah man I could never do it. I’m a wuss.” (72). The people on the reservation are impressed by Junior’s courage and his willingness to face his fear in lieu of a positive outcome. This is especially important on the reservation due to the fact that people have specific ways of living and specific patterns of life that they follow.
And I've got the conch-" (Golding 150). Ralph's sensibly persuades the boys, instead of retaliating with force or emotions. His calm and collective persona when reasoning with Jack is an example of how confident leaders should act. Moreover, when Ralph is faced with the dilemma of how to deal with Jack's new tribe, he considers going back to them because he reasons that they are all boys, not savages, and that being rescued is a serious matter (Golding 170). Despite Jack and the other boys' recent inhumane nature, Ralph still considers joining forces with them because he is still responsible for them, and his focus is still on getting everyone rescued.
In the children’s book, the story displays two themes that are well represented in the book. The first theme is good warriors and good king. The story depicts how Beowulf possess the qualities of loyalty, honesty, and integrity that motivate him into a wise and respectable leader. For example, when Beowulf was fighting Grendel, his men “swords raised and ready, determined to protect their prince if they could.” The book also depicts another example through Wiglaf’s action. Even though Beowulf comrades abandoned him, Wiglaf was the only warrior “stood there, miserable, remembering, as a good man must, what kinship should mean.” This portrays the loyalty that Beowulf’s men committed to him because of Beowulf character integrity.
They are out to counter the fictional Native American civil rights group IRON. His second transformation involves the Battle of Little Bighorn where he is the son of an Indian Chief. He’s glad he has a father in his life who loves and cherished him although he’s flabbergasted at the scene of battle and the scent which he dislikes very much.For his third transformation, Zits inhabits the body of Gus, an elderly Indian tracker with the U.S. Cavalry. Gus leads an attack on an Indian camp, but Zits forces his life to save a young boy whom he names Bow Boy due to his amazing archery skills.Zits’ forth transformation finds him as Jimmy, an unfaithful pilot who taught his friend Abbad how to fly a plane and Abbad and his family took over and crashed a plane into a building in Chicago. When Linda sees Jimmy with Helda, Linda kicks him out of the house, Jimmy commits suicide by crashing his plane into
They don’t give up because they know that they are fighting for their country. If every soldier who was fighting gave up, what would our country be like today? Soldiers are honored because they stay where they are and fight for their country. They fight for what they believe in, they fight for what they believe is right. These people have made the choice in their lives to serve their country and honor their country because it truly means something to them.
For some, the punishment was bad enough that it was hard to speak Navajo, but for Ned, it made him not want to forget it. An example is, "If anything, rather than taking my language away from me, made me more determined never to forget it" (pg. 26-27). This connects to my theme by when he said he felt more determined that meant he had strength and courage to never forget his language. Before Ned went to boot camp, he had a ceremony done for him called the Blessingway which gives him strength and safety.
Whether it is from man, woman, black, white, or Latino they always fought about something remotely irrelevant to the topic at hand. During the story, the unit gets a card called rules of engagement. They explain the difference in “happy shooting” and actually battle shooting. Birdy says that his family won’t understand it and he doesn’t either. They’re fighting an enemy that they can’t identify because of the two
Although winning would secure his job as coach, his main goal racial equality between the players were defiantly his vision for the team. By achieve this goal the players learnt to respect each other which created greater results for the team. Events that lead to achieving his vision was training camp, most importantly was showing Gettysburg graveyard where the biggest battle in the Civil War occurred. Coach Boone’s speech engaged them to act on what he said. Forcing them to ride, room and eat together pushed boundaries for the players but all succeed in fulfilling his goal.