Samuel was a rational person and often did not think before he reacted which led to the Boston tea party. He was a radical person and did not make his decision meaningful. He was a very relaxed individual when it came to handling his own business affairs. He was one that had a problem coping with frustration that essentially led him to become a poor problem solver. Thomas Hutchinson and Samuel Adams were alike in many ways, although they were enemies, both fought for the rights of the people in their mind.
The men who view him this way are totally different from each other. For example, George plays the role of the family member to Lennie, which at times makes him act cruel towards Lennie. At first, Crooks views Lennie as just another one of the workers who treats him badly then later realizes he is a nice and caring man. Curley on the other hand strongly dislikes big men and being that Lennie is a big guy, Curley never gives Lennie a chance to be friends. Lennie is viewed by s few characters in the novel and it affects their characterization.
In “Bartleby the Scrivener”, the narrator describes himself as a safe man who rarely loses his temper. He’s an unambitious lawyer who carries traits that are opposite of a typical lawyer. Although he prefers to keep a business relationship between himself and his employees, he finds himself going the distance to help out Bartleby. Bartleby is a copyist hired by the narrator who gives a hard time by not doing his work and eventually not doing anything at all. His mysterious tendencies somehow attract the narrator and cause his many attempts in assisting Bartleby.
My question to this was there a problem in Bartleby’s life? The narrator shows how Bartleby starts to just drift away, he starts off being a very excellent working to just not doing anything. He even begins to just stare at the wall. He is just there not wantingto do anything but just be there. My thought on this is that the lawyer is feeling sorry for Bartleby.
Even though Lennie is a different person from the other people, he has good intentions. Lennie is not smart enough but he can be a good friend. He is loyal and people can trust him. That the reason why George is Lennie’s friend. George does not care about Lennie’s situation and he trust in him as Lennie trust in George.
thoughtless = not thinking about people or the consequences of your actions: "I'm sure he didn't mean to be rude – he can be thoughtless at times." trustworthy = someone you can trust: "My accountant is really trustworthy." V volatile quickly changing moods: "He's easily excitable and pretty
This gives him confidence and allows him to be able to work on the problem without feeling ashamed. Another reason why friendly arguments are good occasionally is that it allows us room to freely express ourselves. If you do not take time to freely express yourself you could get lost in what someone else wants you to be or how someone else wants you to think. You have to determine your self worth from time to time which isn’t always easy. This is where the arguments may kick in but in the end you will be more appreciated for being you and you in turn will be better understood.
It’s difficult enough to get them to do tasks alone, and teaming them up with a group of people usually has a negative outcome. Additionally, they’re typical loners who tend to stay to themselves and are isolated from the world in one way or another. Moreover, they have very bad attitudes towards everyone and never want to participate in company functions, or could care less about completing a task or an assignment they’re working on. Furthermore, the lack of interest affects not only them, but their counterparts as well; whatever they don’t accomplish has to be done by their colleagues. Finally, the uninterested fellow workers appearance is not important to them, possibly resulting in low self-esteem, helping explain the way they
For starters, he was charismatic, which I believe is a key component in being a leader. If you don’t look the part, chances are people are going to believe that you aren’t the part. He also gave leeway to officers and didn’t mind them taking control over their own men, as long as they weren’t going against orders. Next, he was a humble man, not too afraid or prideful to admit he made mistakes. While
He has thin lips, which can sometimes be cracked, as a sign of the level of stress he experiences everyday at work. However, behind his physical appearance he is a very admirable and alluring person. At first, he may seem as a cold and blunt person, as he doesn’t open up or show his true feelings to everyone. Still, on better acquaintance, after someone gets to know the true depths of his thoughts and character, he turns out to be a deeply-caring, warm-hearted and intelligent person. The thing I mostly appreciate at him is his strength that seems to be unbreakable during hard times and also that he is extremely determined to accomplish anything he sets his mind on.