If the three brave soldiers were to be ranked based on their leadership, Lt. Winters would be ranked first, Sgt. Lipton would be second, and Lt. Speirs would be ranked third for best leadership abilities. Lieutenant Winters is an example of an effective leader because he demonstrated his leadership skills throughout the battle of Carentan. He tried to keep the soldiers' morale up when they’re being attacked outside of the German village. The evidence to support this is when he commanded his soldiers to move towards the village while standing up high of which
Happy ending for Lula and Simba – 10 Pictures When people are fighting, animals suffer. That is a kind of unwritten rule which you cannot find in any book. However, the reality is sometimes cruel, while destiny is not good for everyone. But, as always, good defeats evil, the happy side of this story will make our thoughts brighter and will lead you to believe there is always a better tomorrow. The unpleasant cage Meet Lula and Simba, a bear and a lion coming from Iraq.
He won the battle not because of superior odds, but as a result of the speech that invigorated a true fighting spirit of his men. A peasant with nothing to live for and no will to fight will not perform nearly as well as a man filled with dignity and honor. King Henry made all of his comrades feel as though they weren’t anything, but dignified warriors. His speech was able to compose this great of an impact with his speech with reason that his words are backed up by his past actions. A marvelous king can rule righteously, a great king can also love and be loved by his
Tata Ndu describes the approach of the lion as “He came up the steps to explain in his formal French that the tracks of a large lion, a solitary hunting male, had been spotted on the path from the river. Tata Ndu’s eldest son had just come back from there and brought this report. He had seen the marks of the little girl who drags her right foot, and the lion tracks, very fresh, covering over her footprints”(Kingsolver, 140) This highlights an idealized, united ,strong Congo, attacking the wounded and slow Western occupiers, to hunt and remove them. Much like the lion, the nation never truly succeeded in accomplishing the final attack on their occupants. Because of this, the nation resembled less of a lion, and more of a timid
Wiglaf reputation is unlike the others, it is not completely developed and known throughout the land. However after his brave response during the fight with the Dragon, Wiglaf will have the reputation of being courageous and a leader. King Hrothgar, Beowulf, and Wiglaf have many characteristics in common. Throughout Beowulf readers are introduced to these three characters who all have reputations to uphold, they were all at different points in their lives but deep down they were all striving to please their kingdom, warriors, and
Courage is not just about being brave in front of others or being fearful but standing up to them, it is about being courageous on the inside, using everything in your heart to achieve the unachievable and reaching goals you never thought you would ever reach. You do not need to have any sort of characteristic to be courageous, anyone can be it and some people don’t even realise it sometimes when they are. In Gawain’s experience, underneath it all, he wanted to prove to himself that he was worthy of being a knight and that he obtained chivalry and knighthood and carried it with him everywhere he went. It is true to say that he proved himself and the theme of courage is treated positively because of him as he was always true to
Essay: Consider how the Theme of courage is treated in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. It has to be said that Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is arguably one of the greatest middle English poems of the 14th Century. The author of the text, whom, amazingly is still unknown tells the reader, through the medium of poem the courage of the Great Sir Gawain as he bravely challenges the Green Knight. The poem also shows the courage of others. In Medieval times and especially medieval writings, there was a great engrossment with courage.
I have many people who fit the title of being a personal hero, but I think the offensive coordinator for the Detroit Lions is at the top of my list, Jim Bob Cooter. From calling all of the plays for my favorite football team to helping people on and off the field, he really is a great person. He has inspired me to do many things like pursue a passion for sports and social activities. My best experience with Jim Bob Cooter was when I went to a Detroit Lions game and saw him calling the Lions offensive plays. Another reason that he is my hero is because the Lions had not been doing very good, but when he came they increased their win percentage, which shows he is a good offensive coordinator.
The good side that is shown is through the four children, Aslan, Mr. Tumnus, and everyone else that is on Aslan’s army in Narnia. In the novel Aslan the lion is seen as the main protagonist because he always saves the day when fighting against the White Witch. Whenever Aslan comes back to Narnia the people that fear the White Witch feel safe again. The people that are stuck in Narnia with the White Witch try to stay out of her way and go behind her back to help each other. Humans are not allowed in the world of Narnia by the White Witch because she knows one day that a son of Adam and a daughter of Eve will take over, “The White Witch is worried about the presence of four humans in Narnia because of a prophecy that four humans will eventually become rulers in Narnia, ending her evil reign”(Brown).The evil is clearly shown by the Witch, she is an antagonist who plots the death of Aslan and puts a spell on Narnia which makes it winter forever.
Have you ever seen the Wizard of Oz? If you have you know the Lion is cowardly but finds courage deep inside him. The Diary of Anne Frank shows that four characters have both courage and hope. They show courage and hope in their thoughts, words, and actions. Those characters would be Anne, Mr. Frank, Miep, and Mr. Kraler.
Literary devices are used to help the reader connect and understand characters and to give those characters depth. Anthropomorphism is a literary device that is defined as the attribution of human characteristics or behavior to a god, animal, or object. An example of anthropomorphism is Rudyard Kipling 's "Rikki-tikki-tavi". Rikki-tikki-tavi is a mongoose who is the hero of the story because he saves Teddy and his family, who are people who have taken Rikki into their home. Rikki shows his heroic characteristics, which are also considered human characteristics, when saving Teddy and his family from the cobras, who live in the family 's garden.