When odyseus disguises himself as a beggar while he is home again shows much intelligence. This is so because his once ruled land with all his people loving him is now filled with enemies. Also his return might be too sudden that people might not believe him, so he must prove in a way that it is truly him. This is proven in the The Odyssey when the epic says, “Because his home is full of enemies, she advises him to proceed disguised as a beggar” This is found in The Odyssey Page 32 Lines 2-3. This quote shows that Odyseus uses his intelligence to protect himself from his enemies, and to think of a way to convince penelope that it is him, and not anyone fake.
THE HOBBIT Character List Bilbo Baggins - The hero of the story. Bilbo is a hobbit, “a short, human-like person.” Commonsensical and fastidious, Bilbo leads a quiet life in his comfortable hole at Bag End and, like most hobbits, is content to stay at home. But Bilbo possesses a great deal of untapped inner strength, and when the wizard Gandalf persuades Bilbo to join a group of dwarves on a quest to reclaim their gold from a marauding dragon, Bilbo ends up playing a crucial role as the company’s burglar. Bilbo’s adventures awaken his courage and initiative and prove his relentless ability to do what needs to be done. Gandalf - A wise old wizard who always seems to know more than he reveals.
2. Which is more valuable to Krogstad: money or reputation? Reputation is more valuable to Krogstad because instead of technically worrying about how much money he would make, Krogstad is more concerned with clearing his name of his crime of forgery, so as his children would not have to grow up with such a bad reputation because of him. 3. Why do you think Torvald is so horrified of debt?
Frodo is doing everything to protect his friends because to him the shire is the one place of protection. Outside the shire it might not be safe for him. Sauron had forgotten about the Hobbits until now but since he found out about Frodo and the ring he is going to enslave them if he makes it to the ring and the Shire. Frodo possesses all of the characteristics of an epic hero because he is also an unlikely hero. “‘I cannot keep the Ring and stay here, I ought to leave Bag End, leave the shire, leave everything and go away.’”(Tolkien 61) This shows how much Frodo cares about the shire and the hobbits.
The punishment of jail however is what he fears will come of this. | 3. Jack hides from the FBI as he states, “I grinned like an idiot. There I was, wanted by the FBI. I should have been pulling my hair out.
Briana Shaw April 3rd, 2012 ENGL 1101 Kwist “The way it works is, you do the thing you're scared shitless of, and you get the courage after you do it, not before you do it.” Three Kings is an inspiring movie because behind the drama and the comedy is a sincere, important and life changing message; to give. I enjoyed Three Kings because of the comedy and the action/drama, but in the end, the message was definitely the most important part to me. A small group soldiers are on a mission to steal a room full of gold hidden somewhere near their desert base. The map that they found not only leads them to the gold, it unwraps a set a problems that they must solve to get what they came for. The men find themselves making a decision of whether they want to get away with the gold or help change a few dozen lives without the prize.
In the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Huck starts out as an honest boy. Throughout his many adventures, however, he learns that lying can be advantageous in certain circumstances. Through Huck’s false identity as Tom, the author demonstrates that reinvention of one’s identity is not necessarily an evil and can in fact yield beneficial results. Huck’s lie starts as a case of mistaken identity—he goes into a town to find Jim but almost gets attacked by a pack of hounds. A mistress helps him and takes him into the house, where he is mistakenly identified as Tom, the owner of the house and Sally’s nephew.
And by grow he evolved slowly in to a leader that he never believed he could be. The steps he went through are known as strategic process. Another visionary leader is Gandalf. Gandalf organized the group in order for the dwarves to reclaim their gold. He lent his wizard spells and guidance to keep everyone safe 3.
But, he knew achieving perfection was impossible, yet he believed trying to achieve moral perfection is what the true American Dream is all about. Gatsby says, “…I carry a little business on the side…you might pick up a nice bit of money. It happens to be a rather confidential sort of thing.” (Fitzgerald, 83) This passage indicates how Gatsby does not earn his money the proper way. His “side-business” refers to his unknown occupation of bootlegging. The reason for Gatsby to participate in this business was to earn a nice amount of cash quickly to purchase glamorous riches, which was all done to attract the attention of Daisy.
“Les Miserables” Analysis Someone once said, “There is a way of falling into error while on the way to truth.” In other words, doing something wrong can allow people to see what is right. In “Les Miserables”, Inspector Javert’s only motive is to arrest Jean Valjean for being a convict. Jean soon became a new man as he had promised. There is also a group of republicans who fought for what they believed in, but failed. These scenes in the movie best exemplify the quotation to be true since the characters seek truth but faced conflict.