The fictional world is full of chaos, as people tend to prefer unstable theories to countless philosophies. Specifically, there is a literary shift from linearity and order to randomness and fragmentation. Consequently, Postmodernist writers understand that their works are subject to interpretation; however, they believe that the flexibility of understanding in texts is the basis for the development of innovative ideas in society. Moreover, Kurt Dinan writes in a nonlinear, flexible fashion by writing with a component of Mystery. Subsequently, the reader can make different predictions on what will occur throughout Don’t Get Caught, and the ability to predict and analyze uniquely is one of the principal ideals of Postmodernist literature.
He did indeed earn the treasure, but out of the goodness of his heart, Bilbo heroically gave up all of it and shared with the people in need (44). Not only was Bilbo generous, but also he was always determined to right. Bilbo always was sure to think through every decision he made to make sure he was doing the best for others and himself. He took into consideration the well being of others and not just what they thought about him (47). Bilbo showed his kindness not only by putting others first, but also through his loyalty.
Gonna get a little place an ' live on the fatta the lan’’” (76). Their honesty always kept them on track to reach their goals. If they would have talked about their dream with no honesty, or no intent of actually pursuing it, it would have led to unhappiness and disappointment. Being honest with your friend is the easiest and one of the most important element of friendship there is. Being honest relieves so much drama and so many issues that can be caused by lying.
He is not a villain or a bad character. In fact, he is a good and solid man that gives advices, which Christian desperately needed in the early of his journey. He thinks the village of Morality will be a good place for Christian, since he can bring his family and live in relative comfort, because he will have honest and well-behaved neighbors. Mr. Worldly Wise's urge for Christian was unsuccessful, because Christian is not supposed to settle for the good; he aims for the best.
Atticus Finch is a hero because of his courage, courtesy and morals. Atticus is a courageous man who fights for what he believes in and is not afraid of others and stands up to evil. Throughout the book Atticus is not afraid of Bob Ewell and is willing to face him face to face, and refuses to back down. “Atticus told Miss Ruth not to fret, that if Bob Ewell wanted to discuss Atticus ‘getting’ his job, he knew the way to his office” (Lee 285). Atticus shows his courage, because he is willing to talk to Bob Ewell and is not scared of Bob’s threats.
Through his humility, wisdom, and courage, Atticus demonstrates a strong commitment to morality and desire to establish justice in his community. Atticus' moral compass influences his everyday actions, and his admirable qualities make him a popular figure in Maycomb. Although
Fassaie reinforces this as he states that “A marriage that can’t accommodate change is doomed to fail”, successfully embracing the inductive notions of change from his journey. His newly gained perception along his journey facilitates his capacity for individual growth, allowing him to adapt to and perceive the world with greater understanding. Macdonald also experiences dilemmas of negativity that challenge her during the early stages of her journey. However, the imposing elements of India’s culture similarly catalyses Macdonald’s journey as she gains new insights that prompt her to overlook the repugnant physicality of India and accept
Much like today’s society we are constantly changing and some may argue that we are going too fast. Huxley shows us that the people of the dystopian society that the setting is in try to control the economy. “We don’t want to change. Every change is a menace to stability” (Huxley 153). There is the main problem in the novel the main component to stability is for individuality to be gone.
In order for the protagonist to experience this, he or she has to go through a phase that becomes a metaphor for their development. An example of a phase could be a journey where the protagonist goes from one point to another or an experience that makes the protagonist question their ideals and values. However the destination or the event is not the focus of the novel instead, the development of the protagonist is the most important aspect of the story. Despite this there are numerous factors that can contribute to the growth of the protagonist and there are different end results as well, which makes it difficult to precisely characterize what makes a novel into a coming-of-age story. In order to gain a better understanding of the topic, one has to look at the subgenres of coming-of-age stories such as the ‘Bildungsroman’ and the
Joey is also himself. He is not afraid or ashamed to be himself. He embraced his flaws and does not let others opinions of him impact his opinion of himself. Joey became a stronger and mature person, he is no longer afraid to be himself and will defend himself when needed. The obstacles that he overcame helped him become who he