Old Dantes was a simple, naive human being that only wishes for the best of anyone and always shows love to anyone under any circumstance. Even in the time of someone starving his own father to collect a debt. Dantes still doesn’t show hate to Caderousse who starved his own father. ‘’ … we no longer owe them money.. we still owe gratitude.’’(9). In this situation, Dantes still shows love in one or another way even if they caused an unpleasant time for his loved one.
However, Atticus did not ask her for help or ask her to come to the house. Some people believe Atticus isn 't a great parent: his kids walk around alone, his kids disrespect Boo Radley, and his kids do not act “correctly”. On the other hand Atticus portrays many examples that prove he is a good parent. In conclusion Atticus has many great traits that make him a good parent: he is a respectable man, he is loved by his kids, he is willing to do anything to help out anyone. He demonstrates great manners and that they— Jem and Scout— have or will soon develop.
George didn't let age stop him from learning. He acted as a motivator to his children. He treated everyone fairly when they cheated him. George has more character than most people could ever hope to have. 2- Even the littlest things can bring pleasure to people.
Explorers have to think of others in all that they do. Explorers can not give up and be persistent. Through exploring and creating new ideas explorers become wise and use this knowledge for the good of the world. Sacagawea has shown greatness through being selfless and giving anything possible to the others in the crew rather than herself and her son. Edmund Hillary never gave up, even as a kid being bullied, he never lost sight of his dreams.
For example, Boo Radley is not accepted because he does not fit into the social normalization that he should.. This is obvious by the way Jem describes Boo when he says, “There was a long jagged scar that ran across his face; what teeth he had were yellow and rotten; his eyes popped and he drooled most of the time” (Lee 16). Jem describes Boo as if he is a monster simply because Jem and the other people are unable to accept the fact that Boo is different. In reality, Boo is a great person; all of these characteristics are made up. An Enotes certified educator says it best when she states, "…Boo Radley is discriminated against due to beliefs formed about him based on rumors."
He's already helped the kids a significant amount, and I think that they will repay him in a way; even if it might not be portrayed in the book. They could show the townspeople his true nature and they could understand that he's not the disgrace they thought him to be. Perhaps they could even accept him as one of their own. I also predict that, because he was lurking outside of the courthouse, he might have something to do with the trial. (Q) Now, I understand that he has a free spirit and is entitled to his own actions, but why does Dolphus conceal his intentions?
These people are human too, and as previously mentioned bleed red along with you and I. Arthur Radley in the book To Kill A Mockingbird has a mind that works slower than the average Joe, because he has a mental disability he is made fun of and labeled as an outcast. Jem, Scout, and Dill play a game that portrays the gossip about Mr. Arthur “Boo” Radley. A few of the stories are when your chickens and household pets were found mutilated it was said that Arthur Radley was to blame (the real culprit was Crazy Addie), but people still looked at the Radley place is question (Lee 9). The gossip gave people a reason the why Arthur stays shut up in his house all day. One theory was that he only can out at night and wreaked havoc on the town (Lee 13).
I'm hard put, sometimes—baby, it's never an insult to be called what somebody thinks is a bad name. It just shows you how poor that person is, it doesn't hurt you." That shows that he believes good wins over evil. Looking at Atticus we can see that he is not held back by the conventions of racism and prejudice, he is trying to live and guide his children to be fair and loving towards
He states that all men were created equal as he says, “But this is a truth that applies to the human race.” King also uses ethos when he describes the prejudice and hate that he’s witnessed in everyday life. He then describes what could be everyday life, with children playing together and becoming friends regardless of race or nationality, saying, “Now is the time to make justice a reality for all of God's children.” The two men use ethical influence to demonstrate why they are correct and just. Finally, King and Finch use pathos. King pulls at his listeners’ emotions with his words of hope, living up to the speech’s name of I Have a Dream. He tries to rouse his audience, proclaiming, ”Again and again, we must rise to the majestic heights of meeting physical force with soul force.” Atticus Finch tries to get the jury to realize that Tom Robinson hasn’t done anything wrong.
She describes the emotions that she felt by comparing herself to Boo Radley from To Kill a Mockingbird (Stockett 414). This comparison is likely to be made because people are afraid of what is unknown, so they create false stories or spread comments of hate thus adding to the ignorance which is being passed down as if it were a family tradition. Eugenia had also been avoiding these people as though she was frightened by their way of rejecting people and being unaccepting to change. Eugenia uses this hatred as motivation and perseveres through meeting with the help and working on her book. The only way the lives of others will change for the better is if Eugenia seeks self-improvement and others follow in her footsteps of
He try 's his best to show a good example so his kids are good adults when they grow up. He is very motivating and pushes his kids to do different things. He is also very loving and is always there for his kids. 13. The childhood world of Jem, Scout, and Dill is easygoing.
He accepts their flaws and embraces them by acknowledging their presence. The biggest thing Atticus did for his kids was letting them be their own person with own ideas. “Well, all I can say is, when you and Jem are grown, maybe you’ll look back on this with some compassion and some feeling that I didn’t let you down.”(120) Atticus did not take what everyone is saying to heart, instead he let their words roll off his back. Jem and Scout have not yet learned to do so bt with continued support from Atticus, this goal will easily be reached. Jem and Scouts different, but parallel paths to maturity demonstrate the theme of growing up in
The awkwardness that Ponyboy has makes him seem both relatable and trustworthy. The author gave him a personality that doesn’t come across as “weird awkwardness” but it comes across as more of a “universal awkwardness.” Whether or not the reader is the same age as Ponyboy, chances are they can understand what he is doing, even through the first meetings. This is most likely because he has so many aspects of his life that are still present in today’s youth that were experienced by the youth of generations passed. Having a feeling of familiarity helps in building trust and among people that were otherwise strangers.
Atticus Finch shows many ways of wisdom throughout the novel. He tells Scout to respect Boo Radley and to understand the fact that their might be reason why Boo always stays at home. Atticus states in the novel, “You never truly understand a person until you consider things from his point of view-until you climb into his skin and walk around it” (Lee, 39). This evidence supports why Atticus is a wise individual who always tries to see things from other people’s point of view. He does not judge people right away because of their actions.
Franz Kafka said: “Youth is happy because it has the capacity to see beauty. Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty never grows old”. In both the Novel “To Kill a Mockingbird”, and the film “Pleasantville”, the youth was much more accepting of change. The children in both the novel and the film are very open-minded and do not understand the grimy side of the world they live in. Although this is a wonderful thing, the sad truth is that they too will grow up, and their state of mind will change with them.