When Henry decided to join Revolutionary forces she rode next to him, with a sword in her cape. She fed soldiers and gave them water. She had twelve children and nine of them died before adulthood, that didn’t stop her either. She still tried to help. One major issue she had before becoming famous was her family disowned her.
Archetype Mulan Stages of Hero’s Journey Stage 1: Departure Mulan leaves her home to be in the army, so that she could bring honour to her family by defeating the Huns in the battle. At first, she is hesitant to leave her family, but is reminded that if she doesn’t go, she won’t be able to protect her father who is too old and weak to fight. Mulan knows she has to secretly take his place in this battle. Stage 2: Initiation Mulan’s initiation is when she cuts her hair and dresses like a member of the army. She goes from Mulan, a peaceful girl, to Ping who is a soldier in the battle between the Chinese and the Huns.
George was promoted captian as soon as he went to war. He was also one of the first soliders killed in war. Editha went to his mom after he had died. George's mom was mad at Editha. His mom said it was Editha's fault for making him go.
Alyss Heart also makes sacrifices for the good of the queendom. Alyss heads to fight Redd and she says to Redd,”I 've finished running from you, Redd. It 's time for you to run (pg 318)” Alyss sacrifices herself to save her people even though she may win the battle she still would have sacrificed her life for those she loved. Alyss also let go of Wonderland while she was in London.
I knew how that I belonged to something and it gave me the strength to believe I can do anything”, (138). Not to mention that, Rosie belong to her father’s new family and her Aunt Tia’s family because those are the only families that supported Rosie when she is in the orphanage. Also, as long Rosie gets support, she will always strive for success and overcome so many hardships in her life and keep moving forward in her life. Overall, if Rosie doesn’t get support, she has to make her own support or she will lose herself and go into her id or corrupt side and do anything necessary to get what she wants in life or
Soon though, she began to learn that Gretchen was not such a bad runner after all. This connects to the part of the quote, “...and the truth takes its time” because it was at the end of the book when Squeaky realized that Gretchen was a good runner as well. Raymond, Squeaky’s older brother with a mental disability, was another victim of Squeaky’s stereotypes. Squeaky said that because of his big head, Raymond was incapable of running, and the only reason he could keep up with her (during exercises) was because he could get bullied. Squeaky also stereotypes girls, in general, saying they do not care to learn how to smile.
Although, he feels loved by his mother, that's always there for him when hes has no one to turn too. He says “ She loved me, in some mysterious sense I understood without her speaking it” (Gardner 17). She the only person that helps him when he's
In Gary Soto’s short story ‘Growing Up,” the main character, Maria, says, “‘I know, I know. You’ve said that a hundred times,’ she snapped.” Maria is acting ungrateful because she doesn’t want to go on vacation with her family and she is arguing with her father about it instead of being grateful for what she has. Being grateful is feeling or showing an appreciation of kindness and being thankful. In the story Maria argues with her father about not wanting to go on vacation with her family and claims that she is old enough to stay home by herself.
Waxen Wings is a story that talks about a main character named Birdie. Birdie’s life is not the ideal life, and it seems like she has failed at everything she has ever tried. This story really makes the reader feel bad for Birdie, and she is seen as the victim of the story. The tests that she goes through are things that would make most people give up, but she does not give up. That fact alone makes this story somewhat inspirational.
Margaret Atwood wrote about a fear that lives with many, not having any freedom. Offred is one of the thousands of people who have had their freedom taken from them. Her life revolves around keeping others content and doing what she is told, but she begins to get bored and curious. When this occurs, Offred begins to break the rules due to temptation which helps her realize everyone is doing so. The Handmaid’s Tale, by Margaret Atwood, demonstrates that a lack of freedom leads to a breaking of rules.
The applicant requests an upgrade of her uncharacterized discharge to honorable or general, under honorable conditions and change to the narrative reason for her separation. The applicant states, in effect, she is requesting an upgrade because she was being pulled from training after the first 100 days due to an injury she sustained. She went to sick call and was immediately pulled from training. She requested repeatedly to continue with her training, but was denied repeatedly. The applicant contends she chose the military as her career and was devastated when she was pulled from training.
Us at the Chester County Times luckily got to speak to her mother. July 9th, 1883, Gettysburg Pennsylvania “ 20 years after Mary’s death, and we still don 't really have any idea why she would do this, why do you think Mary decided this?” I ask “ Mary was always someone to be the first to say hello to everyone while she was walking since she was little, she always wanted to see a change in the world.” “So do you think the only way she could see it change is by helping with making a
All through the story, Arnetta makes different points to the reader that she isn’t a nice person. This proves that she does things to people to make herself feel like she’s in charge. Daphne appears as the weakest person, but she really turns out to be the strongest. On page 285, While
Throughout Sophocles’ tragic play, Antigone, main characters King Kreon and Antigone dramatically argue without compromise over the burial of recently deceased brother of Antigone, Polyneices. Antigone, while attempting to mourn for her family, symbolically buries Polyneices, going against the King’s decree (93-100). Out of anger, and an effort to establish his power, Kreon sentences her to an undeserving death just because she decided to respect her kin (441-496). In this case, I sympathize with Antigone more than Kreon because she peacefully acts on her beliefs knowing the consequences at stake. It takes a lot to stand up for what you believe in, especially knowing that the outcome will not bode well for you.
In The Scarlet letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Hester Prynne is a winner because she overcomes a patriarchal society. Hester overcome this patriarchal society by having her own business that helps her provides for herself with no help of men. She also stands up to the men in her town to protect her daughter. Hester demonstrates being a winner because she changes the meaning of her badge to something more symbolic.