He lived his life adapting “perfectly to natural things” and “harmonize[d] himself with nature”(1). Eastman regards his teachers as great and noble Indians that have served time in battle and gained the respect of his tribesman. Eastman looked up to these men and aspired to be like them, and with no intention to change, claiming “my teachers dreamed no more than I of any change in my prospects”(3). At this point, being a brave courageous man is all he has planned for his future. He has hardly given any thought to civilization outside of the woods and has not yet contemplated “learning the white man’s ways”.
Shane exudes a formidable yet caring demeanor which is only amplified by the clothes he wears and how he takes care of himself and his belongings. Shane is selfless; he risks his life in order to get the chance of saving the homesteaders from Fletcher and Wilson , the villains in the story, even at the expense of his own safety. Shane is very humble and reliable, he admits that Joe is more of a man than he will ever be and provides comfort for Joe's whole family. Shane is the archetype of what a hero is, and Jack Schaefer did an excellent job at portraing him as one. "The world is moved along, not only by the mighty shoves of its heroes, but also by the aggregate of tiny pushes of each honest worker.
The song tells us that "he had prospered from that before, the protector of warriors." He exemplifies physical strength when he tears off Grendel's arm, fights sea monsters all through Norway, and carries thirty suits of armor, swimming. Lastly courage correlates with strength but not enough that it can't be its own heroic quality. Beowulf shows his courage in a multitude of ways, whether it be from giving Wiglaf his armor or fighting Grendel. Although those are virtually the same, you can go deeper into the tasks and detail his courage.
The both had realized that without one another, they could not reach their full potential. Fray then thought to himself that he could not rule Electratia alone; and that he was not the most fearless or most powerful person of Electratia, he needs his brother because they are one in the same. His biggest weakness is his brothers greatest strength. Fray looked at his brother in relief and said, “Let’s go home brother, and look after Electratia together.” The two brothers side by side, headed back to the enormous aura lights, to return back to the kingdom that was theirs for the
The Crucible Arthur Miller “Better to be a strong man with a weak point, than to be a weak man without a strong point. A diamond with a flaw is more valuable than a brick without a flaw.”(BrainyQuote; William J. H. Boetcker) Humans are bound to sin and make flaws all throughout their lives. The Crucible by Arthur Miller does an excellent job in exploiting this flaw. John Proctor shows us during the story that he’s an honest, proud and very strong man. This helps him find a way to cope with them may help you understand yourself more effectively.
In the novel, Finney comes back to school so certain of himself “with such health,” he keeps doing things he shouldn’t be doing, which makes him believe he is still eligible to participate in the war (Knowles 104). Just like Finney, Neil in the movie is so sure and proud of himself for preforming in the play that he uses one of his soliloquies to direct an apology towards his dad; this makes his dad even madder (Dead Poets’ Society). Since Neil and Finney are both courageous and “most innocent of all” the characters, it’s harder to face the reality that’s in front of them, like how Neil can’t comprehend his dads firm answer, and how Finney won’t believe he is actually cripples (Telgen). Furthermore, Finney, who is brave, suggests jumping off the tree with Gene. Although Gene almost falls off, Finney catches him and saves Gene’s life, but he “practically lost it” too (Knowles 33).
These two young man realize that whatever thrown in their life they will have the ability to survive it. Although, Rawlins cannot handle his duty being Cole’s best friend and the cruelty of the human nature and the people around so he returns home. John Grady all by himself learned that violence is accepted, whatever challenge will come, he will overcome it and learn from it. McCarthy is stating that once you have lost your innocence you will never get it back. So Cole started his journey again, by himself with nothing but his pride.
He finally becomes his father’s “son” per say. The storyteller loves the speed and danger, thinking that it is the fastest ride ever to be ridden. No one has been in “the unbroken surface.”(57)of snow. The narrator see’s all the dangerous obstacles, “ditches, fences, stakes.”(57)but all of the sudden they don’t seem so dangerous but rather he is reveling in their beauty. The son starts thinking that he could do this, but he doesn’t have to worry about it because his father is behind the wheel.
Dylan Summers “Do What Makes You Happy” A Soul Searcher is defined as someone who leaves every aspect of their former life behind to go on a spiritual journey to discover, or rediscover, something that they were missing. Chris McCandless went into the wild to find his true self, and that is exactly what he did. Throughout his journey, McCandless met many people. Most of which would agree that Chris was an amiable, altruistic young man. Even though Chris was rather unprepared to go into the wild, he had a sense of confidence about him that seemed impenetrable.
Nothing could stop him, or Penelope and Telemakhos, from all of them reuniting with each other once more. The odyssey is both Odysseus’s adventure story more of literal survival but also of emotional survival. Odysseus shows many personalities of himself including, humility, hatred, anger, love, stupidity, cowardly, bravery, unfaithfulness, and reasonable, but compassion is one personality that is missing in this interesting man. Odysseus does many things in order to live through his adventure home. Throughout attempting to survive this adventure, he is also thinking about his wife and son and what could possibly be happening in his hometown but doesn’t really show that side because he does not seem like a very compassionate