Biff thought and believed this to a point that he followed everything his dad said and is now struggling to find himself in life without the popularity. Bernard on the other hand thinks the complete opposite, he thinks that you need good grades to be successful. Bernard 's beliefs are cemented when Willy says, "Bernard can get the best marks, y 'understand, but…" This
It is Banquo’s self-saving behaviour that reminds us to think before we act, as our beloved friend did in his shortened life. Hence, Banquo was known by many as a caring father and may we give our condolences to Fleance at this forlorn time of grief as he mourns with sorrow at the loss of his dear father, our much-loved
In Gifted hands Dr.Carson created an acronym called THINK BIG. THINK BIG helped other people become successful in life. T for talent because you need some sort of talent in order to achieve anything like a job. Dr.Carson had many talents such as being very good in math,being able to see in three dimensions, and being an amazing surgeon(obviously). Use this talent and you will get far in life.
George and Lennie’s care for one another illustrates their friendship pleasantly. George points out the great period of time him and Lennie sustained by saying, “When his aunt Clara died, Lennie just come along with me out workin’. Got kinda used to each other after a little while” (Steinbeck 40). This portrays that George cares for Lennie and was there to help George when he was grieving
Lennie cares about George. Lennie always wanted to be with George because, he needed a companion, but he may have trusted him a bit too much. “I turn to Lennie and say jump in and he jumps, couldn’t swim a stroke. He damn near drowned. "(Steinbeck, 40)
Before she ever met Turner, Lizzie blurts out to him, ,“ are you some kind of idiot” ( p. 44). Most people would never call a total stranger an idiot loud enough for them to hear, but Lizzie did and Turner admired her honesty. Turner is also very honest with Lizzie. hey we 're swinging the wood plank together when he stepped back and shivered. Lizzie Bright Griffin replied, “ You never touched a girl before Turner Ernest Buckminster?
Valuables can consist of material goods and traits. Despite Jonathan Iwegbu losing many of his material assets, he still possesses positive traits in Chinua Achebe’s “Civil Peace, “which allows him to keep moving forward. “He had come out of war with five inestimable blessing – his head, his wife, and the heads of his 3 children” (389). This helped Jonathan stay positive through the war because he did not think of the bad. He thought of the good which were his family and he was glad to have them in his life.
He is very nice and he is caring. He really takes a roll in Lennie's life he becomes like father or brother. George loves Lennie and love taking care of him but he just can't anymore he is just so mad at Lennie because Lennie always gets in trouble. goerge over all has some great emotions in this book he is very nice and caring once again.
As Odysseus exhibits selfishness during his journey, he also has remained loyal and committed to his wife and children. He reveals more true heroic traits than not. He also shows loyalty to his soldiers by keeping them alive throughout his devastatingly long adventure. He loves his wife and children and also provides for and cares for the men who help him fight. This trait of loyal reveals true heroism in Odysseus because, being loyal shows that even if a man goes through extremely hard times he can commit to other people whether it is keeping them safe or keeping his love for people that he cares for it is showing true
and I tend to forgive my friends when he or she does something wrong to me. I have good friend most of the time but I also have bad friend as well. The good friends help me, support and accept me so that is great thing I had been receiving from them. I have great social support with my uncle.
Sometimes the hardest things to do are what is best for you. This is evident in Anne Taylor’s short story Average Waves in Unprotected Waters. In the story, Arnold is a boy with mental disabilities who lives with his mother. His father left them when he was born so his mother is left to take care and provide for him by herself. As he gets older it is harder for her to take care of him so even though she loves him very much and it is a hard decision, she is forced to put Arnold in a mental institution.
Fantasy V.S. Reality In some cases an individual can perceive something as the complete opposite of what it truly is. People create the illusion or the fantasy on what they believe something to be.
The Boys Next Door, by Tom Griffin, is a play about four mentally challenged men and the man who takes care of them. There is Norman Bulansky, a man who is employed at a local doughnut shop. Then there is Arnold Wiggins, who works at a movie theater, who's into Russia and has a tendency to be used for his money by other people. Then Barry Klemper, who thinks he's a pro golfer and teaches people how to golf. There is also Lucien P. Smith, who loves Spiderman as well as books, and he means business.
Caden McCloughan Holland English 12 11 September 2016 Journal Entry: The Stone Boy There were several different themes that came to my attention in The Stone Boy as Arnold experiences quite a drastic change take place in his family. One thing that really caught my eye early on in the story was when the roles and jobs of the family were explained. The mother and the daughter are described tending to household jobs only while the father handles most of the work outside along with the oldest son Eugie. Then there’s Arnold, who’s more connected with his mother.
In the Christian religion, the devil was once an an archangel that was banished from the kingdom of God for his unforgivable greed. The devil, often referred to as Satan or Lucifer, is commonly incriminated of tempting humans into sin, being the source of abhorrence and the initial example of betrayal. In the story, “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” by Joyce Carol Oates’s, Arnold Friend emerges in convertible with no back story. Throughout the story, he shows Connie, a preposterous 15-year old teenager, how one must not wish to grow up too early, but fear what adulthood holds. From his behavior to his vast knowledge about the doomed girl, the reader can clearly infer that Arnold Friend is a portrait of the devil.