However, in the end, John Proctor proves to be a good man with pure intentions... What is the measure of a good person? Is it his heroic ways, or perhaps his personality? A virtuous person can be defined in many ways. Characteristic such as being honest can up a person's reputation. Being respectable plays a big role
The narrator characterizes the son as a young man who “loves the highway” (p.185), which is also the same as the narrator’s father. The two men both enjoy driving on the highways and both enjoy driving fast on the highways. While the men are driving they are both thinking about their girlfriends, with the father “thinking Alice” (p.183) and the son “heading for a date with that red-haired beauty of his” (p.184). That is shown when the two men both pass the narrator on the highway being very cautious when they do to make sure it is safe. Another similarity between the two men is when the narrator states “and like all Hill men, at least the two before him, wouldn’t he rather be playing ball?” (p.185).
When Emmett’s uncle heard the knock on the door, he knew what was going to happen. Roy Bryant asked to see Emmett, took him into their car, drove off, and took him to a shed on a plantation. Reed the son of a nearby sharecropper, testified that he heard sounds of beating and cries of help. Afterwards three white men loaded something wrapped in a tarp onto a pickup truck. At this point no one knew if Emmett was still alive.
However, whenever hazing involves assaulting the victim, then it goes to another level. A perfect example would be a 13-year-old Georgia student riding a school bus received a “wedgie” during a school hazing incident so painful that his mother took him to the emergency room. The boy was a member of the 2007 Charlton County High School junior varsity golf team. He was riding the bus along with varsity members, who held him upside down. According to a local new report, two older students called the boy to the back of the bus and, in addition to the wedgie, punched the 13-year-old in the groin and stomach — all as a part of an initiation ritual.
A Well Respected Man Atticus is a well respected man throughout the town of Maycomb. Although criticized openly he still continued to do the right thing for others People admired him for so many reasons. Three reasons he was an admirable person was one he was compassionate to others, he was caring, and finally he was brave. In the book “To Kill a Mockingbird” Atticus is well respected. One reason is because he was compassionate to others.
Yet what he lacks in energy he seems to make up for with patience and dignity. His father has a great impact on the speaker. The speaker also admires the qualities of his father,
An obvious example of how imagination was used would be Edward’s stories. He made his life just that little bit more magical and interesting by altering or exaggerating people’s personalities and actions. It made him satisfied with his work, but it also gave him a chance to tell a good story. Edward loved being able to tell stories, but he loved his family more. His family and the idea of love, in general, is frequently visited.
A Man of True Dignity In a world full of injustice and cruelty, people like Atticus who fight against that norm are incredibly important. Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill a Mockingbird remains one of the best novels ever written, partially because of Atticus, a very wise man who embodies exactly what dignity ought to be. Atticus carries himself in a matter that deserves respect and honor. Not a word comes out of his mouth that he has not thought through carefully and he possesses words of wisdom for any scenario or situation in life. Throughout the novel, Atticus clearly lives his life in a very discerning, upstanding and peaceful manor.
After realizing the impact his invention would have on his entire community, he makes an even bigger breakthrough: the feeling of self admiration. His eagerness to share the light with The Council shows how proud he is of it, which in reality, is a direct reflection of the pride he takes in himself for creating such a thing. As mentioned in “The Soul of an Individualist” — a speech from another Ayn Rand novel, The Fountainhead —, this fulfillment that he feels is natural, for “creators [are] not selfless. It is the whole secret of their power — that it was self-sufficient, self-motivated, self-generated”. Not only did Equality experience new emotions from his achievement, but also new desires.
For instance, he uses Peeta’s love as an advantage for Katniss, and gets her sponsors. This tells us that Haymitch is a helpful and understanding man who wants his tributes to survive even though he drinks. Despite his drunkenness, he turns out to be a good advocate and a very good leader as both tributes from his district win the
“He respected all his men and listen to their ideas one by one.” This makes happy his men to be treated with respect to be listening. They feel like humans. Doing this make people want to work that help run well the United States. Thanks to that George was a respected man. As the golden rule says treated others the way you want to be treat.
Since the Chief expresses himself in the character the Laughing Man, he shares many qualities with him, such as the child-like nature and his dynamic progression. At the beginning of the story the Chief is child-like just like the Laughing Man is. As certain series of events unfold, the Chief becomes less of a happy child-like character and he changes into more of an adult-like one. After the knowledge of Mary’s pregnancy, the Chief is forced to face the adult world and “push off his mask” (Salinger 68). The Chief expresses this sad progression through his installments of the Laughing Man’s fictional story.
Brothers naturally invite comparison, and when comparisons were made between those two, my father was bound to suffer"(35-36) as of now one must have to think that Frank is a great guy, doctor and better than his handsome father. Wes is a well built and tall guy but Frank was better, Frank was the better son. The end of the book one could think about how the author made them judge frank here too. The reader judges frank at the beginning by saying he is a great guy, he can not do anything wrong. "..He does things he shouldn 't.
To start off on The Ransom of red chief story and movie that is filled with miniature similarities and differences. In the beginning two criminals Bill and Sam come to Summit looking for a ransom so they decided to kidnap Mr. Dorset’s son Johnny, and for return 150 dollars. The story and movie are somewhat similar but has individual differences. Meanwhile the story is originally told as stated above on the other hand the movie has a little twist. For example the first part story Sam and Bill try to sell little Johnny candy from their made up candy shop, as shown in the story the criminals slowly slide In to take the young boy.