Everyone can be a hero and leader if they want it bad enough. You have to obtain the qualities to lead and work hard. Different people will all lead in different ways. Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, were all great leaders. They also all lead for the same cause just in different ways.
To these things you must swear upon to be Blessed Sacrament(...)” (p.61-62). Chivalry was a big rule and King Arthur firmly believed in it, making him a fair yet strong ruler and a great guy in general. King Arthur proves he 's a brave leader because he would risk anything for his Country, a loyal leader because he only has affection for Guenevere, and a chivalrous leader because he counts everyone as equal and is willing to help anyone in need. King Arthur was the greatest ruler in medieval times known to
Jamila Bethea English 4 Joyner December 2015 Beowulf’s Heroic Qualities In the Anglo-Saxon epic Beowulf, Beowulf is not only a warrior, but he is also an epic hero. An epic hero is someone who is admired for his/her hard work. Beowulf is considered a hero because he displays strength and courage the battles against Grendel, Grendel’s mom, and the dragon. The defeat of the monsters and the dragon allowed Beowulf to transition into a king. First, he battled with Grendel Beowulf showed the heroic quality of being strong.
William Shakespeare’s Henry V is an extraordinary , determined, and a skilled figure. Henry V has the ability to communicate with people in such a way that it gives them motivation and hope. He demonstrates this by speaking to his troops in a manner that makes them all feel valued, no matter their social class. Henry’s greatest known speech is the “band of brothers” speech. This speech captivated everyone’s attention, not only because Henry did a great job in getting his feelings across, but because Henry spoke to all his men with respect regardless of who they were, or where they came from.
By this I mean he boasts about his previous ventures and his success to come because this helps the Danes and King Hrothgar gain confidence in him concerning the defeat of Grendel. Beowulf’s confidence in this defeat of the monster helps boost the confidence of his dependents. It also shows how powerful words can be, what you say you must fulfill, your words must be actions, etc. Beowulf has established
Within the comitatus there are important tropes which are vital to the success of the comitatus; these include boasting following a win in battle and the boasting about weapons which would have been gifted from the King or high Lords. Courage and fortitude as each individual member has to possess these traits for the whole unit to be as strong as they can be. Also the importance of upholding a reputation is a vital part of the comitatus as it reminds the current men in the comitatus of those who had been before them and the accomplishments that can be achieved through a strong comitatus. In addition, the importance of upholding the reputation of the comitatus also acts as a signifier to other men who they may engage in battle with, as a warning in order to avoid battle with them, thus saving lives. Within the comitatus there is a central focus, this is called the mead hall.
This was also the perfect time to build his individual reputation in front of the Geats. Beowulf knew that he had the strength to take down these monsters and it would help him become great. When it comes to my individual life, I build my reputation by being the best person possible for others because then they will know I can be trusted or needed later down the road. I also think that respect can build a reputation and so if we can just be true to who we are, then our identity will be known as a good one. Beowulf after defeating Grendel and the mom, he ends up back in Geatland where he is king and so it shows that what he did built himself a highly renown reputation.
Many heroes like Rostam’s king, Kavus, or Odysseus has shown numerous examples of being just. King Kavus has returned home from Mazanderan and has mended his ways of being an arrogant king. This was where he “with the sword of justice he smote the neck of sorrow, and in his heart there was no thought of death…the king grew powerful in his just ways and faith, and the hands of Ahriman were tied” (114). Kavus now has become a just king and became fair to his people. He traveled through his kingdom and gave gifts to everyone and made sure that his kingdom is stable.
Heroes in stories are known for their act of extreme loyalty where they even risk their life to save someone close to them. Robin Hood and his friends are examples of heroes with intense loyalty” (Speed Up Career). Throughout the book, Robin Hood is always loyal to the people of Nottingham by giving them food, money, and coming to their aid when they need help. Not only is he loyal to the people of Nottingham, he is loyal to his band of merry men, especially Little John. Robin Hood has an outstanding friendship with Little John.
Marc Antony would be a strong leader because he has two important traits that the audience can see through his words and actions throughout the play. He is fiercely loyal, to his friends, countrymen, leaders, and to Rome. And, he is respectful to everyone, even his enemies. These two traits are