Huckleberry Finn is the perfect bildungsroman novel, but it does not complete the hero’s archetype. In a perfect world Huck would have returned to society, spreading his story and how to overcome to social implication that is slavery. Unfortunately, Huck does not return to spread his new philosophy, but instead turns to the west so that his Aunt Sally can not civilize him. This is definitely an odd ending; most novels end with the hero returning to their family or teaching others how to live the way the hero has months. The hero typically scatters their story and morals out to others, but Huck does not.
Mahatma Gandhi is a world known leader that inspires people every day with his story of fighting for freedom. He once made this claim about leadership, “I suppose leadership at one time meant muscles; but today it means getting along with people.” This quote relates a lot to the character of Bernard in Ender’s Game. Bernard leads by using his body size in order to make the other kids feel small and powerless, but his method doesn’t exactly work out. The science fiction novel, Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card is about effective and ineffective leadership and reveals that a person can’t be placed in a position of leadership, true leadership must be earned over time. According to Card, being a leader does not involve bullying for power.
I’ll kill the big son-of-a-bitch”(96). This shows how Lennie killed Curley’s wife on accident, Curley wants Lennie to suffer. Curley wants to kill Lennie slowly. In the novel, it said “but Curley’s gonna want to shoot im’” (97). This shows
The common trait that defines these individuals as hero archetypes is that they all undergo a quest at some point in the story, which involves a separation, transformation, and return. Throughout the novel, we see characters like this always present; without them, prosperity and greatness would never be achievable due to pernicious forces like William Hamleigh or Bishop Waleran reigning down on the innocent. The theme that hero archetypes are always necessary in order for society to function properly, is constantly developed in The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett, and can be demonstrated through the actions of both Jack and Richard. Throughout the novel, Jack Jackson continuously performs actions that improve society. The heroic actions performed by Jack commence at a very young age.
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According to him, the hero or the narrative of the novel tends to have needs that the hero can’t fulfill directly if the story is to continue. A less important character is therefore needed to take the fall for the hero so the story can continue rolling (80). Foster calls this the “surrogacy phenomenon”(77), and there is no better example of this than the engineer, Lauro Aguirre in The Hummingbird’s Daughter. For the majority of the book Lauro Aguirre is Tomàs’ right hand man, but as things start turning gray for Tomàs he can’t be the one persecuted because the story would be over. That’s where Aguirre takes over.
However, they also can be applied to real world events. Fitzgerald’s quote from The Great Gatsby, links directly to the real world events of genocide of Jews in the Holocaust and the extermination of Rwandan citizens under the Hutu government. Though the examples from the novel differ, each represents the truth that history repeats itself. The Holocaust took place on January 30, 1933. The extermination of about six million Jewish citizens under the power of Adolf Hitler, gave a glimpse of our capacity to create destruction.
John has an internal conflict within himself about breaking the rules he has always followed, but he accepts that disregarding them is necessary. Benét also shows how there are many ways John can improve society through dramatic irony by bringing up potentially helpful objects that John does not know. Additionally, the epiphany resolution shows how John is planning to break rules with the People of the Hill, gain knowledge, and use it to improve society. Rules are broken daily, but as Benét has shown, one might need to infringe upon the rules to transform
Jonas chuckled.” (146) The community releases the lighter twin of the set because it would be too confusing to have two identical people around and that would make it hard for the people. The lighter twin has to suffer through the pain of dying just so that the people’s lives can be “easier.” The community also doesn’t get to live with that twin and experience the benefits that he might have for society. After receiving the memory about love Jonas says, “I liked the feeling of love,” he confessed He glanced nervously at the speaker on the wall, reassuring himself that no one was listening. “ wish we still
“With appropriate treatment most children who commit crimes, even the most violent crimes, can be rehabilitated and become responsible adults.”(Berger) The reason why is because their brains are still changing they are still going throw a change they are still growing. The brain where it “regulates aggression, long range planning, mental, flexibility, abstract thinking has not yet been developed.”(Berger) In the article “Justice for Juveniles” a child is tried as an adult his parents don’t want him to go to jail because they say it is too big for him, and he wouldn’t last a day in there. The judge didn’t bother to