He is known to be such a great leader to his army, and has a very clever mind. His resourcefulness helped their victory during the Trojan War. The goddess Athena often give him aid especially when he is fighting in a war. PERSEUS Last but definitely not the least is Perseus. Just like Hercules, he is a son of Zeus, but his mother is a princess names Danae.
That demonstrated that Waverly was determined to win and get better and better, it says that she learned a lot of new moves and lots of secrets so she must have been determined to learn everything. She was willing to use her lifesavers to learn new moves, and that showed that she was willing to learn new moves. In order to win, Waverly also needed a perfect environment to concentrate, and she was determined to get it. “My parents made many concessions to allow me to practice. One time I complained that the bedroom I shared was so noisy that I couldn’t think.
She comes to represent hope for the other districts of Panem, and her story becomes one that gains attention from both the government and President Snow the leader of Both the capitol and all of Panem itself. In the beginning Katniss does not want to become this symbol of hope, but when her sister was chosen at the reaping she had no other choice but to save her sister. After a series of trials, she gradually accepts her role in the games and quickly becomes loved by all of Panem. Her journey to become a hero follows a trend that is best represented when applied to Josephs Campbell’s Monomyth template. Throughout the course of this
First of all, Jackie was determined at a young age to become a great athlete. Even though her parents pressured her to take dance lessons instead, she persisted that she run. At first, Jackie was an awful runner, but that didn’t keep her from doing it anyways. She impelled herself to keep trying until she succeeded. In addition to her determination, Jackie also worked hard to overcome her asthma.
In the beginng of the film, the main character goes through her sister getting "reaped" into the games. Through bravery, Katniss makes an enormous sacrifice by volunteering for her sister. Katniss promises both her mother and Prim that she would win for them and she also tells Gale to protect Prim. Mrs. Everdeen had already lost her husband in a mine explosion and Katniss does not want to see her mother in grief. Another reason The Hunger Games demonstrates sacrifice was the way both Katniss and Peeta were willing to kill themselves together rather than to have one of them be the victor.
People are powerful through their courage and confidence. A simple statement that can be interpreted differently when it comes to certain situations. However, for William Shakespeare, he had no problem presenting a great deal of strength for two women characters that are not displayed as long as their everlasting power. In the play Julius Caesar, despite the characters being mentioned intermittently, Calpurnia and Portia are both seen as empowering figures because they’re an impact on other men as well as the strength they withhold in themselves. Calpurnia is well known as the wife of Caesar, a man whom is soon to take the throne with many targets on his back.
In The Hunger Games, there are parts that can be argued It seems each character, event, and chapter brings even more action and importance. Discussions revealed multiple examples of important elements from characterizations, to themes and lessons, to symbolism. However, the most important part of the entire novel is when Katniss volunteers to be tribute because this scene shows the love Katniss has for her sister and how far she’s really willing to go to protect her sister, it also begins the whole story because it’s what got her are enough to create the rebellion, and it’s what made her meet Peeta, and create a relationship between them. Katniss volunteering for her sister is most important is because it shows how far Katniss is willing to go, just to ensure her sister’s safety. In the text, it states “The Peacekeepers are back too soon and Gale asks for more time, but they 're taking him away and I start to panic.
How is a hero described? Most people describe a hero as someone or something that is always doing good and helping others without being forced. Hero’s are not always benefiting from helping others but are happy to know they are doing good. A hero is not someone who is selfish and will not sacrifice everything for the good of others. Malala is a real life hero that is powerful and stands up for what she believes in, even though she knows there will be harsh consequences.
Drama amongst ourselves would only drag our team down. The team had a goal. We wanted to win the title of “CCC (Central California Conference) champs”. We started to enforce team bondings before every home game. On the games against our rival school, we created “secret sisters”.
Usually when you think about the word hero you think about superheros, superheros who are seen in movies and comics. Usually it is a strong man who symbolises this, for example Hercules. He was son of Zeus and had inhuman strength and razor-sharp knowledge. He punished people who were evil and this made him a hero, the stereotypical hero which is a strong man with inhuman powers. But a hero doesn’t need to follow these stereotypical standards.