t get afraid. Courage means you don\\\'t let fear stop you”-Bethany Hamilton this quote represents people in war they are always afraid but it never stops them. Courage of the Fallen Angels For some people in war they they just follow and for some people they are the leaders but some are the ones that see their buddy fall right next to them and are to scared to run back and save him they just follow. But for the people that show courage the ones that doesn\\\'t let fear stop them they are the heroes the ones that take more risks to save a buddy from being killed. In the book Fallen Angels Peewee shows that kind of courage.
In the story, Rainsford stated “Hunting? Great guns, General Zaroff, what you speak of his murder.” (Connell 1.114) Rainsford values human life and while Zaroff thinks hunting humans is a “normal game”. Zaroff’s thinking is that humans could reason, which is why he refers us as the “most dangerous game”. Zaroff claims that hunting humans gives him pleasure. “Precisely,” said the general.
The flash might be seen in the darkness, and there were enemies watching. He decided to take the risk” (O’Flaherty 1). When the IRA Sniper took the risk when the flash gave away his position it was a bad idea for him because the flash from the fire made the opposing sniper shoot him and gave away his position. Another example of how the IRA sniper shows bravery is when he had to cover his injury. “The Sniper lay still for a long time nursing
The thing he wants to do the most, kill humans. “I am strong, I hunt the scum of the earth”(17). He only kills them because he wants to hunt something that can reason, something that can change its mind when faced with a life or death situation. “But they are men,” said Rainsford hotly. “Precisely,” said the general”(17).
In the text read in class, “The Most Dangerous Game”, Rainsford displayed many instances where he persevered. Not only does General Zaroff respect Rainsford as a hunter, but his intentions are to now make this hunter his prey. The reader does not expect Rainsford to make it out alive but he now conquers the game General Zaroff has worked so hard on to master, hunting humans. Leading up to Rainsford killing General Zaroff, Rainsford showed his many different acquired hunting skills when fighting on the island. He made several different traps in attempt to kill Zaroff that ended in failure, but when Rainsford jumped into the ocean and swam to the house of General Zaroff, he showed signs of perseverance.
But it was Billy who shot and killed Abdul. Both the snipers had locked on to each other and a single pull of the trigger could end one mans life. In the end Billy was a split second faster and his bullet that was to make its way to Abdul hit the target, he had just won a personal battle against the crack shot Turkish sniper. He showed courage even after being shot to get revenge on the man that shot him, when Abdul was shot the Aussies felt safer because they weren 't being shot as an enemy sniper as
Therefore I chose it as man vs man. Him fixing his wound was a step to resolving the conflict because if you have an untreated wound it is harder to fight. The sniper shooting the turret person and the informant was a major step to resolving the conflict fore it eliminated the extra threat of them. The biggest step to resolving was when he faked his death allowing for the opening to shoot the opposite sniper with a pistol. Throughout the story the only know other characters are trying to kill him or hinder his progress in killing the other sniper .
First of all, the General is wise about the war because he knows that many men will die. They were being compared because the general knows how many men will die due to he is old and wise. Next, the general being wise for his age, knows what's gonna happen because it saddens him. He cries because he knows how many of his men will die and many of his men don't realize that. Finally, the general being wise for his age because he acts like a father to Joby.
What brings a man success is his courage and tenacity against overwhelming odds. Whether Santiago wins or loses his battle with the marlin is inconsequential to him waging a good fight. Santiago and the marlin exhibit qualities of pride, honor, and bravery, and both follow under the same barbaric rule: they must kill or be killed. Throughout the novel, it suggests that it is possible to transcend this law. It is through the effort to battle the inevitable that one can truly show what they are made of.