Marlin is very nervous and scared to go out in the great blue sea. He also has a fear that he may never see his only son Nemo again. Marlin feels he may have loss the only thing he had left of him. Marlins style of life is that he is very cautious of his surrounding because he doesn't want to be put in the situation he was in when his wife and children were eaten by the shark. Marlin may have been a whole different clownfish with a different personality if the event of his wife and children being attacked was handled in a different fashion.
Timothy Treadwell had a rocky start. He struggled with a drug habit, caused by not getting the role he wanted on a sitcom “Cheers”. He put everything he had into The Grizzly People which was the organization that he founded and his experiences with the bears. He left behind everything to protect and help the grizzly bears. Louisa Wilcox a family friend had this to say about Timothy Treadwell, “Surviving on the edge of poverty, giving away all, his time, his soul and his photographs- for the purpose of keeping the wilderness wild.” (Willcox) This is how he loved to live.
Krakauer was going against the will of his father to pursue climbing, just as Chris went against the will of his fathers he did often, to hitchhike to Alaska. Krakauer nearly died on the mountain, but stubbornly pushed forward to reach the summit. Similarly, Chris faced numerous hardships on his quest due to lack of experience, but continued his travels anyways. The similarity of John Krakauer’s and Chris McCandless’s experiences are striking, but the one difference between their journeys is that Chris died, but Krakauer survived. Chris probably had an almost identical mindset to that of Krakauer’s as a youth, so he wrote Into the Wild to disprove the false accusations made of Chris after he
We see this in book 10 lines 171-173 when he says 'i reached the ship , i threw the stag down infront of it and going up to each man in turn heartened them with a cheerful word'. This shows us that he is strong enough to kill anc carry the stag and provide it to his men with his own bear hands. In order to be a good leader you must have strenght physically and mentally to lead a strong and army. Odyssues show intelligence and indipendance as he thinks for himself. He also makes smart decisions for him and his men.
Among the Brave In the novel Among the Brave, there is archetype, anti-archetype, and dynamic. Trey, or his real name Trahern Cromwell, is a dynamic character. Trahern Cromwell was always very afraid, but when time goes on in the story, he gains bravery. This quote from the novel shows he is afraid, “Doesn’t anyone remember that Cowardice is my middle name?” (Haddix 1). Here though, shows his bravery, “I’m bravor than I used to be..” (Haddix 223).
Is Odysseus a good leader? Some people may say he is and some may say he isn’t. Many people may agree that Odysseus is a good leader because he is brave and he has a lot of motivation. Odysseus is a good leader because he is brave. An example of this is when Odysseus thinks that his plan to escape the Cyclops would actually work.
These personality characteristics have many implications for her behavior as the CEO of Build-A-Bear. By being so committed to her work, it helps to make Build-A-Bear the best it can be. Due to the fact that Maxine is so innovative, she continues to keep Build-A-Bear relevant by incorporating popular culture into the Build-A-Bear experience. 2. The desired personality characteristics of a Build-A-Bear associate are that of one who is not only capable, but also a person who cares about providing a great Build-A-Bear experience for all customers.
They are good natured, loyal and affectionate, the Pit Bull has been known to be aggressive towards other dogs; however this can be avoided with proper training. “In a recent study of 122 dog breeds by the American Temperament Testing Society, Pit bulls achieved a c[assign rate of 83.9%. That’s as good or better than beagles 78.2% and golden retrievers 83.2%” (“Bad Rap”, par 2). Pit Bull when properly socialized, they do well around children and make great family pets. They are obedient, eager to please, courteous and intelligent and make great guard dogs.
Doodle’s brother pushed him a crippled little boy to be a jock to be able to swim, fight, and climb trees even when Doodle doctors said his heart couldn’t handle it. Doodle’s brother hated him when he was younger because he wanted a brother to be able to jock fight, swim, and climb trees with but instead he got a shivered up crippled little boy. In fact when he was younger Doodle’s brother had plans to kill him by smothering him with a pillow. Doodle’s brother eventually ran himself to death. The story, “The Scarlet Ibis”, by James Hearts uses symbolism to show you can’t push the river.
“He had tricked up his own life. Only for love. Only to be loved” In the Lake of Woods explores the experiences of a man whose need to feel loved is the central cause of his unhappiness. Discuss Tim O’Brien’s In the Lake of the Woods amalgamates fact with fiction to depict the life of John Wade, a Vietnam War veteran seeking the love and respect from those around him. John’s insatiable desire for unconditional love is the impetus for his overwhelming unhappiness; however another contributing factor is John’s traumatic experiences in Vietnam.