Secondly, the difference of strength between them establishes when they try to string a bow. Finally, the philosophical view on giving forgiveness isolate them quite a part. Both Telemachos and Odysseus are very brave. But if they are compared against each other Odysseus is braver than Telemachos without any doubt. The enormous bravery of Odysseus makes him the epic hero in Homer’s Odyssey.
Like his personality, the main character of TLNOTW's voice is very calm and pleasant; he never once raised his voice in concern of the worlds end. On the other hand, Eckels' speech is very disconcerting, worrisome, and even somewhat cocky. He talks with great self-confidence in himself and interest when first traveling back in time, but is easily frightened once seeing what he was up against. The two characters are very unalike, making it difficult to pin point a similarity between the two, but they do somewhat share a same idea, that they both
There is no natural human behavior, therefore there is no depiction to the hypocrisy of human behavior in the play. Although there is a decent amount of word play, the verbal jokes are not by any means sophisticated, they are rather simple. There is a great deal of physical humor since the entire play has a washing machine that has a head pop out of it, another trait of low comedy. The play could be characterized as a Romantic Comedy because of Mabel’s part in the story, the Repairman does eventually find true love with her after various amusing joke-filled break ups. But in the end I feel the best category to place this play under is a farce comedy, because of how fast the plot unfolds, how unpredictable and improbable the plot is, and the variety of different humor.
You could not find a soul purer than the one of our lumbering friend Lennie’s. It is always clear to the reader, that whenever Lennie causes harm, he either doesn’t recognize it for what it is, or he is deeply sorry for his actions. Lennie is the least dynamic character in the book. He undergoes no changes, and the characteristics that apply to him when we first encounter him can be used throughout the whole book. George is not as flat a character as Lennie.
In all, this shows Pat’s weakness and vulnerability. Her selfishness and child-like behavior restrict her from understanding the quintessence of adult-hood and the growing up process. Julie and Patricia handle Jim in different ways. For example, Julie is inquisitive toward Jim’s absence, whereas Pat is indifferent where Jim has gone. Julie always embraces the presence of just being with Jim.
Both Bartleby and woman suffer from mental conditions that deteriorate over time, both mentally and physically. The stories both include an outside character that attempts to help, but overall just enables the main character and allows him/her to keep deteriorating. Bartleby starts out as a man who is “pallidly neat, pitiably respectable, and incurably forlorn” (Melville 95) in other words he is a very dull character. He starts out as a very hard worker and doesn’t seem to lead a very interesting life. The sorrowful woman also starts out as a normal person living a dull life.
When you look at Smitty he always has an empty face and never looks straight into anyone’s eyes. Smitty seems like a normal person, but he isn’t. No one in the world is like this unless they are autistic, which Smitty is. Smitty Tibbs goes though many changes that challenge him. He seems more like a person but still is trying to keep everything in himself.
The bestselling novel, Truth and Beauty, written by Ann Patchett is about enduring friendship, though the relationship between Ann and Lucy in decidedly complex. Ann, a safe, caring, shy, focused, and intelligent person never saw herself being best friends with Lucy Grealy, the popular, outgoing, strong, fierce, and troubles person. Ann had accepted the fact that she was just another face; she is completely fine knowing that she is like other all the other people in the world. However, Lucy had discovered that she was different from everyone. Lucy had a story, Lucy had been through pain, Lucy had grown strong, Lucy had grown to be invincible.
This is why Priam in The Iliad by Homer is a better king than Aegeus in the play Medea by Euripides. Priam is a great ruler. He is a ruler that will only attack if needed too. He loves all of his kids. Since he has such a great love for his children he tends to be a pushover to his son Paris.
However, Tameka is the only person on this team which is not an extrovert. Tom is rated as being Calm which per the Big Five Personality Assessment means; “not easily hurt, rarely if ever loses temper, keeps emotions under control, positive, not prone to envy, rarely sick, self reliant, trusting, stable, sturdy, optimistic, fits in most places, not defensive, likes change, if they were to live life over again they would