The narrator kills Doodle indirectly, as a consequence of the lack of knowledge he has about Doodle’s medical issues, and as said before, being enveloped in pride. After Doodle dies alone in the storm, the reader grasps the “true love” the narrator had for him, which he never expressed toward his younger brother. In the closing paragraph, the narrator reveals his “true love” that was hidden inside him, “ I began to weep, and the tear-blurred vision in red before me looked very familiar. ‘Doodle!’ I screamed above the pounding storm and threw my body to the earth above his. For a long long time, it seemed forever, I lay there crying, sheltering my fallen scarlet ibis from the heresy of rain” (604).
Near the end of Paul’s leave of absence, he felt isolated and full of regret, “I ought never to have come here. Out there I was indifferent and often hopeless-I will never be able to be so again. I was a soldier, and now I am nothing but an agony for myself, for my mother, for everything that is so comfortless and without end.”(Remarque 185) This quote accentuates the narrator’s separation from his family, when he cries out “I ought never to have come here.” Moreover, commonly, soldiers are exhilarated to finally go home after long periods of time at the front, and the men dread when they have to return to battle. However, in Paul’s case, he desires to return to the front, rather than staying in his home town and seeing his mother in pain, he yearns to feel numb again. Therefore, Paul is in “agony” because before going on leave, he was hopeless and had no will to live, thus making him a better soldier.
Stephen Ambrose’s writings of our Founding Founder’s contributions to our country are fascinating. Not only did Ambrose discuss what made our past Presidents great, but he also discussed their shortcomings—professionally and personally. Most people have a preconceived idea of the contributions our Founding Fathers, which is mostly positive. What they do not realize is that like the men that came before them (Christopher Columbus), they were less than perfect. Moreover, one could draw the theory that some of our founding fathers were bigoted, racist's men.
He lived in the north during the civil War but but yet he still didn’t agree with Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln's assassination was not justified because he freed slaves and he was a great leader. Abraham Lincoln’s assassination was unjustified because he freed slaves. In 1863 Abraham makes his final proclamation frees slaves. At the end of the war he officially ended slavery in America.
Although this act was harsh, to some it overshadows the good that Jackson did. In the source: Letter from Elias Boudinot, Cherokee Indian, Elias says, “Removal, then, is the only remedy, the only practical remedy. Our people may finally rise from their very ashes, to become prosperous and happy, and a credit to our race.” The quote is from a Cherokee Indian agreeing that the removal might be the best thing for the Native Americans. Andrew Jackson is a hero because he worked to bring more democracy to the
The people that believe that Jackson is a monster or devil think that because he was a murderer, he’s racist, defied the Supreme Court, and he fired the entire cabinet. However, Jackson is a hero because he was a great general, he was loyal and principled, and he was the first “Log Cabin” president. The other side that thinks he is a monster or devil are wrong because he is clearly a hero because he was a War hero because he defeated the Creek warriors. He was a great general to the military, he was loyal and principled to his people, and Jackson was the first “Log Cabin” president out of all of the presidents we’ve had. Therefore, the haters are wrong that Jackson was a “monster or devil” and he was actually a hero.
His heroic figure that everyone cherished, and loved. He made many friends along the way, and he had a close bond with Brutus but doesn 'trealize that Brutus has begun thinking that Caesar is gaining too much power and he must die. He had some flaws of his own, but he had made many legal changes for the people of Rome so they would have a better life. People still think of Julius as the leader and the face of Rome, as the years have passed. As a monumental, there is statue 's in
The whole country grieved the death of President Lincoln, he was buried Oak Ridge Cemetery, located in Springfield, Illinois. Abraham lincoln was a national hero. Abraham Lincoln was opposed to slavery. He thought it was unfair and cruel. Mary Todd grew up with a wealthy family who were slave traders.
Also in the story it's said that Robert F.Kennedy described Cesar Chavez as “one of the heroic figures of our time.”That is one way proving that Cesar was better than Mandela. Also his various victories for Unions.Chavez legacy was to help anyone achieve their struggle. Cesar also influenced and inspired millions of Americans from their struggle of life.Mandela was a successful leader to but the story isn’t that convincing. Even though Nelson Mandela did help a lot of his people he wasn't quite having problems about laboring and his people dieing just because they didn't have good conditions to work in the field , like Cesar had to go through that . Although Nelson Mandela had to go through people being racist because of skin color or religion or just because they were different , yet many people were feeling bad and were hurt because they had feelings.
A hero exhibits many qualities. Responsibility, bravery, and loyalty are just a few on many qualities that can be found in heroes. But to me, some of the most important qualities a hero needs are recognizing one's flaws and weaknesses, listening to others, and selflessness. With recognizing one's flaws and weaknesses, a person, a hero, can learn what they need to do to better themselves. They know the limit of their abilities and can work to improve themselves.