Darry is a hard worker and keeps working hard to maintain or keep what he does have; Darry has never given up on his family. This shows Darry’s main perspective on life, to appreciate what you have and work for what you want because he is constantly working for his loved ones and himself by improving all of their lives. This is also known because in the story The Outsiders the author says this in Pony’s perspective about Darry on page 4, “It drives my brother Darry nuts when I do stuff like that, ‘cause I’m supposed to be smart; I make good grades and have a high IQ and everything, but I don’t use my head.” This shows Darry as a character and his perspective on life because Pony does have brains and is smart, but he doesn 't use what he has, and doesn’t appreciate it either. This goes against Darry’s main perspective on life, to appreciate what you have and by Pony having a high level of intelligence and not using it, is a waste- according to Darry’s standards. This proves how he gets upset when somebody doesn’t follow his perspective on life.
Do you notice what he’s got about improving his mind? He was always great for that” (208). Based on this, the reader can assume that even from a young age Gatsby was always reaching out for success. Due to Gatsby 's desire to attain more he was constantly finding himself trying to achieve more instead of relishing in his accomplishments. Additionally, Gatsby 's constant attempts of obtaining success allows the reader to interpret that Gatsby is somebody who believes in the prosperity of the future, this is shown when
In conclusion, Candide evolves from a naïve and optimistic boy into a practical young man. He abandons Pangloss’s philosophy that all causes work towards a good effect because of all the injustice he witnesses. He grows into a tough young man with experience, as opposed to the ignorant boy he was in the beginning of his adventure. Candide turns towards a new way to live the rest of his life, which is to work and forget about philosophy because it is the only way to make life
Lastly, Gene's goodness is evident through his maturity as he ends the battle against himself. In Gene's younger days, he is carefree and thinks only of himself. Maturity becomes more prominent when Gene confesses his evil against Finny. By the end of the novel, Gene overcomes the battle of good vs evil within and observes, "...my war ended before I ever put on a uniform; I was on active duty all my time at school; I killed my enemy there." (A Separate Peace, 110).
Finding Nemo, a popular children’s movie, the protagonist Marlin, goes on a heroic journey trying to reunite with his son. As a father, he goes through a lot of obstacles as well as success. Marlin’s greater truth was that he realized how to be a better parent by letting Nemo learn on his own and that he isn’t as weak as he thinks he is. Because this story is told from 2 perspectives, both Marlins and Nemo’s. Nemo has a greater truth as well.
However, the inexplicable amount of “dragons” that Chandler presents in the novel hinder Marlowe from being able to accomplish his goals without obstacles. Chandler produces the classic detective novel through his use of conniving criminals, corrupt police, and characters that are slighted by the actions of those in their lives. The novels chief detective, Philip Marlowe, is unable to eliminate every criminal that crosses his path, much to his dismay. Although most of the offenders are apparent from the beginning of the novel, some are not revealed until towards the end. Consider mob boss Eddie Mars; well known by the police officers, along with his hitman Canino, yet no one seems to do anything about it.
Fatherhood is important to every male around the world. When a male becomes a father it is something special. Everyone have their own meaning of what a father is, but only a father knows the true meaning of being a father. The point of being a father is not the title the father’s gets after the child is born, but what fatherhood entitles. Fatherhood entitles a life full of growth and a new level of love.
This is clearly identified in his relationship with his son Biff because like any other father would, Wil-ly tries to teach his sons what it takes to be successful, and as mentioned previously this knowledge served his son Biff well throughout his high school career, but never further. This is because his knowledge was misconstrued and completely void of any of the elements of the American dream. He mocks Bernard for not being well-liked: “Bernard is not well liked is he?” (Miller 20) then proceeds to tell his sons “be liked and you will never want” (Miller 21). This moment in the play, demonstrate that hard work comes last in Willy’s model success. As for how Willy’s relationships were affected, the play shows several occasions in which he has been unkind, judgemental or undeserving of respect.
The police officer has the right to do what he’s doing rather it is his duty. But in the case of a civilian yelling at you, if he gets closer and indulges himself in a fight with you, his actions are not justified. In the case of Ferguson, the scenario is a bit different. Michael was not walking on the sidewalk rather he and his friend Johnson were walking in the middle of the street. Moreover, Michael was apparently not an innocent civilian, he had just committed a robbery.
Which was caused by his desperate to be intelligent that illustrates how he perseveres through the whole experiment. Last time he did this the Rorschach test, “[he had] pretend[ed] a fowntan pen with ink leeking all over a table cloth.”(Keyes 6) As the effect of the experiment reached to it’s peak, Charlie’s use of scientific words is increasing which is causing no more grammatical or language usage mistakes. For a man who is 37 years old, learning and remembering things would be pretty hard. But Charlie Gordon is a man who never gives up, and is forever willing to do anything that makes himself in a good social status. In addition, he was very strict with himself himself when he was “trying to cram a lifetime of research and thought into a few weeks” (Keyes 28).
He later joined the Job Corps, but later realized he could not make the money like he did in the drug business. On page 144, Wes was passing the streets remaining him of his past, “But the main reason he avoided the streets was that he felt they had nothing for him. He had changed. At least he wanted to believe that.” Wes later made the decision to take the risk to sell drugs for a living. 2) Both environments played a huge role into their personalities and their stories.
I told him not to, but he just didn’t listen and look what happened. Wes has a past of selling drugs to many different people, he has learned the way of what and what not to do. Maybe it was because he valued his work and he didn’t want to take the chance of losing a new customer. “He couldn’t stop thinking about the money he could make off that sale- almost exactly enough to take care of this date.”(113) This shows that he values his work more than the chance of staying out of jail. If he had listened to himself on knowing it was a cop he wouldn’t have ended up getting arrested and