“Susano-o sprang out, drew his sword, and proceeded to cut the Yamata-no Orochi to pieces… the Yamata-no Orochi was now slain and Kushinada-hime was safe.” (Yamata-no Orochi Paragraphs 4 and 6, line 1) Susano-o, a man from a different land, freed the daughter of an elderly couple from the Yamata-no Orochi out of bravery. He also did it to prove he was worthy enough to marry Kushinada-hime. Persephone and Kushinada-hime are in the same position where they have to be sacrificed to a monster/villain. “He came upon an elderly couple and their daughter, Kushinada-hime. All three were crying sadly for she was to be sacrificed to the monster Yamata-no Orochi.” (Yamata-no Orochi Paragraph line )This scene depicts when Susano-o finds Kushinada-hime and her parents crying together because Kushinada-hime is to be sacrificed to the monster Yamata-no Orochi.
Rikki Tikki is an audacious and inquisitive character in this story who often stands up to Nag and Nagaina. Nagaina is known for being villainous and gullible because she believed Darzee’s wife would come near her if she was hurt. Lastly, Kipling’s use of personification really brings the story alive, especially the feud between Rikki-tikki, Nag, and Nagaina. In the end, being too audacious can endanger you and the people you love because you don’t fully grasp the idea of your consequences until you’ve made your mistakes. Those mistakes can affect not only you but all the people around
Chuine Sugihara A hero is someone who is greatly regarded for his achievements and qualities. (Greene N.D. Para. 2) Chiune Sugihara is a hero in the opinion of thousands of people. His qualities enabled him to accomplish the achievements he would achieve in his life. Sugihara was born on January 1, 1900 in Yoatsu, Gifu pref.
Kambie, Kyuzo and Kikuchiyo were three very valuable samurai warriors as the battle against the bandit’s progresses. Each of the three characters possessed a specific Bushido virtue which really drew out their true character traits. It is very important for each samurai to uphold all the bushido virtues while excelling in certain
A full out conversation between Rikki Tikki and Chuchundra take place, which, obviously wouldn’t happen in real life. (para 37-50) This is an example of personification because animals can’t typically have a conversation. Animals can communicate, just not like the ones in this story. When wikki meets Nag, they have a short little discussion, about their differences. (para 23-27) This evidence proves that if Nag didn’t have Nagaina as a wife, the inhabitants of the garden would be in a neutral state with Nag.
(Same for Kanba) Lily-Hayashi relationship develops gradually and parallel to that of Moriko and Sakurai. Subsequently, Sakurai will understand who is the user behind Hayashi through some events that I won't tell. (no spoil) The other predictable aspect is the fact that Moriko and Sakurai already knew each other in a previous game. At the time, Moriko was still working and Sakurai was going through a difficult period. Regarding romance, it seems a little forced at times despite the insane interventions Koiwai interferes in the relationship Moriko-Sakurai.
The theme of the fictional story Rikki-Tikki-Tavi by Rudyard Kipling is having courage will help achieve goals. Rikki-Tikki is a very determined and brave character in the story. For example, Rikki-Tikki stands up to Nag when he eats Darzee’s fledglings (paragraph 25). This piece of evidence shows that Rikki-Tikki has courage because he had the willpower to stand up to Nag even though he has never met a cobra before and was scared.
When Noburo is looking through the peephole into his mother’s room and first sees Ryuji making love to her, he idolises him, comparing his flesh to “a suit of armor that he could cast off at will” (11). The boy later goes to his friends to tell them about the new hero in his life and affirms that Ryuji is “really going to do something” (50), “something…terrific” (50). Noburo’s initial view of Ryuji is in ironic accord with Ryuji’s view of himself, who believes there is “a special destiny in store for him” (17), though he “ha[s] no idea what kind of glory” (17). The view the boy has of the Sailor
(Tv Tropes: Anime/Revolutionary Girl Utena). With different story plot and content of female romance, clearly influenced by Sailor Moon, as well for the familiarity of Haruka who does not conform to genders like Utena Tenjou. Another anime that defies gender roles at every turn is Cardcaptor Sakura it aired after Sailor Moon series, but the same premise of the plot with a teenage girl that finds she has the destiny to fulfill. She finds a mysterious book that contains magical cards that escape scattering all over her down. With the help of a small winged lion bear named Kerberos (Kero-chan) aids the new magical card captor Sakura Kinomoto.
Visitor Q (Takashi Miike, 2001) “Visitor Q” is a grotesque study of the human psyche, by a filmmaker who has transformed the rape of our aesthetics into his means of expression. The script revolves around the Yamazakis, a family of four, all of who are quite maladjusted individuals. Kiyoshi, the father, is a former reporter trying to shoot a documentary on violence and sex among youths. Therefore, he spends his time recording Takuya, his son, on camera, while his classmates bully him; he also occasionally has sex with his prostitute-daughter, Miki. Takuya, frustrated by the constant bullying, takes out his fury on his mother, Keiko, beating her over any insignificant excuse, even in front of his indifferent father.