It is important for everyone in the world to know that Frank Abagnale is a kind hearted person that should never be viewed as an overall negative individual. Frank Abagnale does not deserve to be labeled as a poor person because he never completed any actions that would cause him to deserve that title. Frank Abagnale is an immensely intelligent man that was forced into the life of crime and took advantage of the opportunities he came
I do my best to love everybody... 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." (124) In this, Atticus explains to Scout that he is defending Tom because he wants to and he is not ashamed of it or what anybody thinks. When no one would stand in Tom’s corner, Atticus was more than willing since it was the right thing to do.
Throughout the course of Christopher’s life, he begins to realize that lying is not always the wrong thing to do. Christopher’s initial motto were alone the lines of, honesty is the best policy. Christopher said to the officer, “’Yes I always tell the truth.’” (Haddon 18) which strongly implies that he truly values honesty. Christopher “[does not] tell lies” (Haddon 19) and his mother tells him it’s because he was a good person. Christopher was never able to lie in his life for specific reasons.
McCandless is a caring and modest person while he was been thoughtless about his trek as Krakauer reveals throughout the book. Krakauer portrays Chris McCandless as a person in the world who did not wish to ally with society and wanted to flee from people to become unrestricted of rules of society. Also, he did not feel attached to his community and people so he decided to escape from public as much as he could. Therefore, McCandless can be called as unintelligent, but his journey proves how humble and warm- hearted he is as a person. Can it be said that McCandless found himself before his death?
I'm telling you, it doesn't have to be that way (Shepard 220).” In this quote it is saying that you don’t have to complain all the time of what you're doing wrong then change what you're doing wrong and do right. This quote also proves that Shepard was outgoing and willing to change what he was doing to accomplish his goal. On the other hand McCandless was motivated to accomplish his goal but he wasn't hard working. I think he wasn’t hard working because he didn’t really do anything that was hard working but finding food, But to hunt for food you need to have skill not hard work. In the article Death of an Innocent it says “He’d given a ride to a hungry-looking hitchhiker, a friendly young man who said his name was Alex Mccandless.” (Krakauer 3).
It felt right in my heart” (Wilson 79). Statements like these show that Troy did not have remorse for his actions and in fact felt that they were justified by his feelings. Without feeling that he never did anything wrong, because what he did was right for himself, Rose is put in a difficult place. Without Troy feeling remorse there is no biological
The color of your skin does not matter to Atticus. Atticus is a kind hearted man and has strong morals. What 's more important? What 's on the inside or the outside of a person? Atticus doesn 't care what others think, he does what is
He did not mean this literally or in his own words. He did not believe this and it was not meant to be written as true in the novel. As a very respected author, it is clear that Mark Twain is not racist, despite his somewhat racist and vulgar language, because of Huck’s morals representing his own, Twain’s important use of realism in the novel, and his positive character buildup of Jim. Twain’s reason for using the language in the book is to portray his theme of overcoming society’s expectations, (racism at the time), and creating your own based on your
Bilbo seized the ring but did not destroy it. Instead, he became tempted by it and kept it for himself. Some may claim that Bilbo’s greed for the ring made him not a hero but this point is invalid because all heroes make mistakes. One mistake does not make someone evil or not a hero. In conclusion, Bilbo was a hero; Bilbo exemplified honor, Bilbo exhibited bravery, and Bilbo embodied