Bilbo is just a little hobbit and even says it himself. Because of this many people don’t expect much from him. Despite this, Bilbo shows great character development, bravery, and strength. One of the more prominent times that Bilbo shows newfound strength and bravery is when, on page 156, he fights off a giant spider himself. “Somehow the killing of the giant spider, all alone by himself in the dark without the help of the wizard or the dwarves or of anyone else, mad a great difference to Mr Baggins.
Also, Ralph never followed the idea of hunting, because he thought it was savage, but soon learns to appreciate hunting when a boar attacked the group, and Ralph kills it. Evaluation of Behavior (your thoughts): He very well uses his power and his good looks to become the leader. He shows much civilized characteristics compared to Jack. He always goes ahead of the group, and pushes himself to do something that he doesn’t want to for the greater good. Also, he cares for others, and wants everyone to be equal.
He might not be the most jacked guy, but he doesn’t need to be, he is a true leader and mentally a great athlete. It takes a lot of work to have the smarts and throw a football knowing you could be knocked out by a 300-pound grown man coming full speed at you. Either way, he still gets the perfect spiral right into the hands of a receiver. These are the words of Patriots defensive lineman teammate Chris Long "He's the king of the petting zoo. There are other GOATs and other farm animals, but he's like the biggest GOAT."
Courage A single feat of daring can alter conception of what is possible. In the novel “The Hobbit” Bilbo Baggins shows immense courage by plunging into the depths of the caves now controlled by the great and terrible Smaug. The insurmountable amounts of courage that he took with him was immense compared to the small groups of courage that I have gathered up over the years of my life. Bilbo has been a great provider of courage and bravery throughout the entire journey because he has saved all of the other companions from death and being eaten by spiders. In the book the dwarves have gone through a vast change of feelings for the hobbit because of his actions.
In the beginning, Bilbo has no desire to go on an adventure of any kind, but he quickly learns about the cleverness he obtains when he is forced to make quick decisions. When Bilbo becomes lost in the Goblin’s passage ways, he finds a ring on the ground and enters Gollum’s cave. Gollum gets his name
He then created his own troops and started hunting for animals. As an experienced boy scout, he managed to kill a boar and his troop celebrated together. As he has developed the feeling of rage, he did not allow any of the boy who was on Ralph side to taste the food. He also started to do bad things to Ralph and his friend by provoking them. If only he did not feel angry at the very first place, he will never develop the feeling of rage and they can survive together without causing harms to one another.
Turkeys are the smartest animals there is in my opinion other than a dog, they cover the most ground other than a coyote. They roost where no other animals can get them. They know when they see something that they do not like. They will either run or fly or stay there where nothing can see them. In the fall time all the gobblers stay together in groups and all the hens stay together in a group.
That by itself is a very brave thing for a Hobbit to do, but it does not stop there. He rescues the Dwarves from becoming the supper of hungry spiders, he saves them from an Elven King, and he even steals from a dragon. When he found The Ring, he could have simply ran away. He could have crawled back into his Hobbit hole, made himself a cup of tea, and tried to pretend none of it ever happened. Instead, he went back to the Dwarves, kept his word, and helped them retrieve their treasure.
Imagine being so cold that you couldn’t even move or feel your own fingers; that is how the man in Jack London short story “To Build a Fire” felt. In the short story, a man tries to survive the cold and it’s not just cold - it’s extremely cold. The man tries to survive, but fails and gets killed. How did he die? Three things that got the man killed were that he fell in the ice trap, he built a fire under a tree with snow on it , and didn’t listen to the old man’s advice.
“The captain of evil discovered himself in a handgrip harder than anything he had ever encountered in any manon the face of the earth. Every bone in his body quailed and recoiled, but he could not escape. He was desperate to flee to his den and hide with the devil 's litter, for in all his days he had never been clamped or cornered like this. (749-756, Beowulf) As seen in his fight against Grendel, his strength is “mythological” in scope and ultimately superior to Grendel’s. Beowulf is not really tested intellectually per se; he is not the subject of someone else’s deceptive practices like Gawain is or subject to social/ethical problems that Portia is embroiled in.