The X-O, very emotionally, pleads with his followers that if they do not discover the information on the fragment, they will take unnecessary military action. These crew members aid the executive officer in his mutiny to prevent later regretting the possibility of commencing an unauthorized nuclear war. Later in the film, the audience discovers the fragment did in fact cancel their previous orders, so the crew members are satisfied with their decision. However,
He is strong because he is able to and control of his crew in dangerous situations and make them calm. Odysseus is a true hero. Odysseus made stupid mistakes and bad judgements. However, he is strong, clever, and intelligent. A hero is someone you can bet your life on and know that they will have your back whatever happens.
The next Tim he woke up he was on the shore of Ithaca, but he didn't know where he was at first until he saw somebody he knew. Athena had helped disguise himself as an old bigger so nobody recognize him. Odysseus is a good leader because he is brave, trusting people with secrets and coming up with risky plans. Odysseus is a good leader because he has a lot of motivation. There are many different things that he and his men are very motivational about everything throughout their very long journey.
In the story it says, “Very well, Eurylochus, you may stay here in this place, eat and drink beside the ship. But as for me, go I must, and go I will.” He showed his bravery by not abandoning his men at Circe's island, even though Eurylochus suggested they stay away from her and keep going. Odysseus’ loyalty to his homeland and family contributed immensely whilst he traveled. Odysseus learns on the island of Calypso that nothing is as important as or more valuable than his homeland and family. From this point on his determination and loyalty to return to his home Abercrombie 2 never wavers.
All or One King Leonidas, leader of the Spartans, makes an important decision in Herodotus’s Book VII. By going to war with an army smaller than his enemy’s, King Leonidas knows what is going to be before him. The Pythian priestess foretells that Xerxes’s warriors will kill all the people of Lacedaemon if King Leonidas does not die instead. King Leonidas makes the right decision and dies for his country. He dies for his country, because he feels it is the right thing to do in order to save his people.
If Atticus was like the men of Maycomb County, he would have let them lynch him however Atticus knew that it would be morally wrong to not protect him therefore he risks his own life for others. Atticus is also fair and wise as he tells Scout that “you will never understand a person until you consider things form his point of you, until you climb into his skin and walk around in it” From this you know that he is fair and wise because he explains to scout that she shouldn’t ‘judge a book by its cover.’ Another point is that the children have full confidence in him as he knew when was the right time to move the furniture out of the house when there was a fire in the neighbourhood. Also, Atticus saves the rocking chair that Miss Maudie values the most which shows how thoughtful Atticus is and how different he is from the others. Atticus is very different from the men in Maycomb County because after the court trial, Bob Ewell spat on Atticuss’s face, threatened to kill him and called him names but Atticus merely took his handkerchief and wiped his face and let Mr Ewell continue to call him names.
For example, in his returning adventure, Odysseus withholds his true identity from the Cyclopes by using the name “Nobody”. In this point, the disguise enables him to save himself and his crews’ lives. But as he revealing his true identity in the end of the episode, Odysseus is punished by God Poseidon. In the other part of the epic, disguises help Odysseus to collect information. In a disguising identity and appearance, he can know who loves him truly and is faithful to him.
This portrays that Osborne does not want to ruin Raleigh perception of war which is he believes it is like sport and he is “excited(ly)” about the raid. This shows that Raleigh hasn’t faced the realities of war unlike the other soldiers for example Hibbert. Hibbert in the precious scene displayed a breakdown which shows what war does to a man it traumatises him and how they have to put a brave face on and carry on their duty no matter what and also they don’t want to dishearten young Raleigh by telling him the truth because he is so keen. Trotter refers to Hibbert as “funny” this could be interpreted as Trotter judging Hibbert and believing he is cowardice like many people in that time period would have believer however in this situation I think Trotter is worried for Hibbert and feels empathy towards him To conclude Journeys end is purposely written in a manner that tension is slowly increasing throughout the play however Sheriff includes some comical interludes through the character Mason to show the realism of war that it would go from a lovely tea chat to bombs being fired everywhere. Also Stanhope’s character illustrates the difficulties of war and that alcohol for most people was the only escape of the nightmare they were
Odysseus was smart enough to know what would happen if you eat the Lotus and didn’t want his men to forget everything. A good leader has to make sure his men are listening to him even if that means he has to threaten them. In this case, Odysseus tell his men that they won’t go back home if they eat the Lotus which keeps them away from it. Odysseus’ strength as a leader was what helped him to see his family after all of the challenges he had to
CRITO Crito informs Socrates that he is there this early beacause he feels that Socrates' execution is happening soon. Crito wants Socrates to escape for many different reasons. After listening to Crit, Socrates does not seem concerned at all. Socrates does not agree with Crito and he says that “it really would be tiresome for a man of my age to get upset if the time has come when he must die” (43c). Some of the reasons Crito gave Socrates so he would escape before his execution were: Crito will look bad as a friend if Socrates is put to death (44b).