To show that Stacey is really courageous he did a series of courageous acts. For example, he got revenge on the white school bus, he admits to his mama about doing wrong, and he took T.J home Stacey’s courage matters because it showed his siblings and everyone around him, that no matter what happens to them. Ever since papa left to go and work on the railroad, Stacey had to prove himself to be a man. He has done multiple acts of courage to show everyone that he is capable to be the man of the
He bolted out of the house, his brothers at his heels. Later, Soda rants to his brothers, “‘...I’m the middleman in tug o’ war and I’m being split in half’” (Hinton 175). As a peacemaker, Soda can’t stand it when his brothers fight, and it makes him feel as though he is being torn in two. He is brave to express what he has endured to his brothers and to bond his family together, and that courage is one of many things that makes him a hero. Along with being brave and pulling his family together, Soda is constantly displaying his relentless compassion.
Until Doodle could walk, the narrator had to push him around in a go kart. Having to bring Doodle everywhere he went, the narrator was “embarrassed at having a brother of that age who couldn’t walk, so I set out to teach him” (446). The narrator and Doodle set to work on his walking ability. On Doodle’s sixth birthday, the narrator wanted to surprise his family with Doodle’s walking. The narrator’s family did not know “that I did it for myself; that pride, whose slave I was, spoke to me louder than all their voices, and that Doodle walked only because I was ashamed of having a crippled brother” (469).
Stacey By:Alanah Bible Courage is when you are brave and do what you think is right no matter what others think or say. In the novel, Roll of Thunder Hear my Cry by Mildred Taylor she uses Stacey Logan. He is a very brave boy who has come up with smart plans so he can stand up for what he believes in and his family. Even though Stacey faced many struggles the main ones were when he came up with the idea to break down the bus, he walked T.J home even though T.J. had been a terrible friend to the Logans, and Stacey stayed and watched what happen when the Wallaces went to the Averys to make sure nothing bad happened to him. Stacey 's actions proved that he was a very brave and smart boy, who loved his family and that he was willing to fight for the land and do whatever he could to help save it even willing to take consequences for it.
Cassie and Little man would everyday either get run off the rode and get racial slurs yelled at them as that happened and while they got splashed so they made a ditch to break down the white bus. After that Cassie was afraid that the night men were going to go after her so she said, ¨But shouldn 't we tell Mama?¨ about what they did to the bus but they did not tell her luckily the night men didn 't come for them. After that they had finally gotten to the point that she felt accomplished because the white kids had to walk now to. Cassie proved she was courageous by standing up for Little Man, helping T.J. even though he had done things to Cassie 's family, and the bus incident. Cassie shows courage because she doesn 't think it is right how because of the color of her skin that she gets treated and her family and some friends get torcherd because of the color of their skin.Cassie shows courage by standing up for people that have hurt them in the past but still helps them because they are in trouble.
Huck basically grew up as an orphan, learning everything for himself while his father was busy getting drunk. When his father was around, he often beat Huck and was a bad role model in his life. When he escaped and began to befriend Jim, Jim took on a paternal role for Huck. In chapter nine when the river floods and the house floats by, Jim will not let Huck see the dead man inside. This is one example of how Jim is protective over Huck and tries to preserve his innocence.
At the end of Section II, his father threw apples at him because Gregor was running outside of the room and his father feels attacked even though Gregor was not attacking him. An example, “He really ought to have expected things to have changed, but still, still, was that really his father?..then, right beside him, lightly tossed, something flew down and rolled in front of him. It was an apple; then another one immediately flew at him; Gregor froze in shock; there no no longer any point running as his father had decided to bombard him” (Kafka, 31). In that case, also breaks the bond of family because there was a miscommunication due to Gregor and his
Amir’s cowardice and selfishness is seen best in this same situation. Amir is paralyzed the moment he sees Hassan in the alley, surrounded by the bullies. He knows that Assef is about to rape his best friend. However, instead of standing up for him like a true friend would, he just stands there frozen. “I actually aspired to cowardice, because the alternative, the real reason I was running, was that Assef was right: Nothing was free in this world.” Amir sees the blue kite as a way to win over his father’s love and respect and is therefore concerned with his own interest only, finding it more important than the price Hassan has to pay.
Mr. Morrison stood up for Papa and the Logan family, even though he could get hurt and face consequences. Mr. Morrison, Papa, and Stacy were heading to the house when the Wallaces came by. They shot papa in the head! Stacey stayed back in the wagon while Mr. Morrison wanted to make things right. He went over to the boy and picked him up and threw him on the ground.
Taylor, describe the life of a african american girl named Cassy and her brothers Stacy, T. J., and Little Man. The walk to school in their best dressed clothing and their splashed by mud from the school bus in the morning. When they arrive to school they're excited about the fact that they are using textbooks but once the find out that the textbooks have already been used, they are furious that they already used by the white school. feeling that this is unfair, Cassy starts to go up against the teacher and complain why the have to use already used textbooks rather than sing new ones. "was something that wavered between the known and the unknown and to mention it outright...was not wise."