“All that fall, POWs could hear air-raid sirens over Tokyo. They were false alarms, but something was coming. Louie watched the sky and hoped the americans come before bird kills him” (Hillenbrand 181) He had hope even though the bird did all sorts of things to him like whip him, starve him, give him diarrhea, etc. but he kept going with the little bit of pride he had left. In conclusion, I think that the Japanese-Americans and Americans did a good job on holding the little bittest of pride they had left, they were in harsh environments and they endured all of it.
World war two was the most vicious war in history. It began in 1939 as a European conflict between Germany and others, but eventually included most of the nations of the world. Patton was born in November 11, 1885 in California. He always dreamt of being a hero since young age, because when he grew up, he listened to his ancestors’ stories of how they fought in many battles. Patton was given command of the Third United States Army, and his job was to train the Third Army to prepare for the upcoming Allied invasion of France.
He held resentment towards his captors, and had dreams about the Bird torturing him. It was very hard for Louie to forgive anyone, making him push away all of his friends and family. He started drinking, and would many times get so drunk he would black out for many hours. It was not until he went to listen to the evangelist, Billy Graham, that he was finally able to forgive his oppressors. “He was not the worthless, broken, forsaken man that the Bird had striven to make of him.
After a citywide kite flying competition that Amir and Hassan win, Hassan chases down a kite as a trophy, but several boys abuse him when he refuses to give up his kite, remaining loyal to Amir. Amir witnesses this and is overtaken by guilt and struggles to understand the meaning of loyalty, one of the main themes of this film. Amir’s guilt eventually leads him to frame Hassan for stealing his watch. Out of loyalty, Hassan takes the blame, but Amir’s father, Baba, forgives Hassan, showing him uncharacteristic towards the servant. However, Hassan’s father leaves the household out of shame for what he believes his son did and takes Hassan with him.
Great friendship and war are two basic themes used in those movies. Deeply personal, not afraid of sentiments an emotional rollercoaster with a thrilling eyewitness account of a war that only one man could tell. Chris Kyle, Albert Narracott, and Joey proved to be extremely brave and courageous. Through the entire films, the main heroes fought for what they truly loved and cared about. Whether there were any obstacles in their path, they could have always seen the light in a tunnel and follow this direction.
According to Songs facts, when this famous song was written, the artist who produced it would often tell a story about how he was in an airplane that was nearly crashed after being struck by lightning. This entails the same bravery and courage that the actor in the ad displayed by not being afraid to take the storm on. A golden retriever, a man’s greatest friend. During the ad, you see the camera skip over to the dog giving off a look to his owner, like are you really going out there, with the weather like that man. This scene could also be seen as the dog being worried that the owner is going out into that storm.
Mistakes Every Human Makes Generally, fathers are described as the most caring yet dominant male figure in one’s life. However, in both The Kite Runner and “Forgiving Our Father,” these fathers are portrayed in an awful light. In this context, “an awful light” highlights the wretched qualities these fathers have. For majority of his childhood, Amir had not felt much approval growing up. In Afghanistan where fathers are the heads of the family, this lack of approval devastates Amir.
“A tyrannical father greatly affected Kafka 's psychological development” (Weltsch). As the oldest son, Kafka was expected to exceed high expectations, however, his successful father Hermann Kafka belittled him regardless of his son’s achievements (Loveday). As a result of his domineering father, Kafka spent most of his life feeling helpless (Loveday). He was demeaned by one of his own family members whom he saw every day. He was constantly reminded of his flaws by someone whom he admired and look up to.
During the story, it is revealed that he had a lot of bad influences in his life. For example he had his father, who was emotionally abusive, and constantly compared Gordy to his brother Dennis, who passed away months earlier. His father showed indifference towards Gordy and his passions, and he only seemed to care about Dennis. The indifference his father had, had taken its toll on Gordy, and he constantly complained of being “No Good”. Besides his father, Gordy had a few friends that weren’t good influences, people like Teddy or Vern, constantly were recklessly messing around.
He does not know how to relate to other people. He regularly beats his wives and children for not living up to his expectations of them. Nwoye,Okonkwo’s son, is much like what Unoka was in Okonkwo’s eyes, both are lazy and incompetent. Okonkwo is convinced that constantly beating him will make him stronger, but he is only driving his son away further. All Nwoye has ever wanted is his father’s acceptance and approval.