Wikki Courageous Analysis

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“Courage is simply the willingness to be afraid and act anyway.” Can courage bring you to accomplish anything? The story Rikki Tikki by Rudyard Kipling is about a mongoose with the courage to fight two cobras. Being courageous can help you accomplish anything and Rikki Tikki was courageous and he managed to fight two cobras.The theme of the fictional story Rikki-tikki-tavi by Rudyard Kipling is being courageous can help you accomplish anything. The protagonist Rikki Tikki is courageous character in the story. For example, Rikki Tikki plunged into the rat hole with Nagaina although he knew that most mongooses would never follow a cobra into its hole. (Para 96) Rikki Tikki was courageous because he was well informed that most mongooses would never follow a cobra into their…show more content…
For instance, Chuchundra is crying and weeping because he is scared to go out in the middle of the room. (Para 36) It is an example of personification because muskrats can’t cry or weep. Chuchundra would never be able to go out into the middle of the room without courage. More importantly, When Nagaina got her egg, she “flew like an arrow” down the veranda. (Para 96) It is an example of personification because cobras cannot fly. It proves the theme because instead of fighting Rikki Tikki for the egg cowardly grabbed the egg and ran for her life. This proves that Rudyard Kipling demonstrates the theme courage by using personification. In conclusion, the theme of Rikki Tikki Tavi is being courageous can help you accomplish anything. In the story Rikki Tikki Tavi, a mongoose named Rikki Tikki is washed away in a summer flood and was taken cared of by a family in the bungalow. Rikki Tikki fought two snakes named Nag and Nagaina and ended up not only killing Nag and Nagaina, but their children too. The story Rikki Tikki Tavi by Rudyard Kipling teaches everyone that being courageous can help anyone accomplish
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