Along with Piggy, unfortunately, he becomes a symbol of sacrifice when the boys tear him to pieces. Simon is different. In chapter three he helps Ralph build his huts when no-one else is interested. When Piggy does not get any of the crabmeat in Chapter 4, Simon generously shoves his piece over to Piggy. Then, while walking through the woods he helps some little kids reach a branch they are too small for.
he's motivation was to keep everyone safe, and stick threw it till the end. Ralph not only is a hero, but truely the only optimistic person threw out the story. The other children of the island elect him as the leader of the island because of he took control and tried to bring order amunst the others. examples of ralphs attempts to bring order to the island include, the conch shell, piggies glasses, buliding huts, fire, and establishing roles for the other islanders. when the boys first arive on the island, Ralph finds a conch shell that he uses to not only bring order, but to gather everyone that survived together.
With his good intentions and smart thoughts, it made the other biguns feel inferior. As Piggy tried to state ways that could organize their ‘society’, the others would just tell him to be quiet. As the others would bully him, he’d always rely on Ralph to back him up which didn’t happen all the time. His character wasn’t very fit for survival on a deserted island, which made him complain more than the other boys did. As he followed the others up the mountain to the fire, he would continuously complain about his asthma and how he was tired.
Rowan has always been quiet but when his dad died trying to save him from a burning fire he became more quite. Rowan always thought that he should have been him that died and not his Dad. Now he takes care of the Bukshah, even though the little kids usually do it. Secondly, because of the prophecy Rowan had to go to the journey that risked his life, He is very convenient of coping in many different situations like on the journey, brave, for going on the journey when he knows that he might not even come back. He knows he will probably die but he keeps on going.
He was only worried about his food source and that he was notgoing to become hungry. In the end, he realized that he was alienating himself out of the group by keeping his food to himself and not sharing among the people. Their organic solidarity culturemade them used to helping each other in all aspects of life. They were a close-knit communitythat helped each other out for the survival of the entire group. The social interaction of theBushmen people was clear to all that was in that society and Richard thought he was part of thatin-group until the people were criticizing his choice of ox to slaughter.
He was constantly giving orders and wouldn't take advice from others because he thought he was too good and didn't need it. Johnny accepted John Hancock’s request to have a silver sugar basin made in time for his wife’s birthday. With the deadline almost near, Dove was told to fetch a crucible for Johnny. Dove was older than Johnny, but was treated inferior by him. Dove then decided he would teach Johnny a lesson so he reached to the back of the shelf for the cracked crucible and gave it to Johnny.
However, George could walk away from Lennie at anytime, but he chooses to stay loyal. George knows that Lennie holds him back, "If I was alone I could live so easy" (11), easy is exactly what life would be like without Lennie. Without Lennie George could hold down a job, buy his own farm, and start a family. Although he’s aware of this, he knows Lennie stands no chance in the real world. George’s loyalty even causes him to put his life on the line for Lennie, “So we sit in an irrigation ditch under water all the rest of the day.
This showed that they were remorseful. They did not intend to kill the boy or do something evil. The fire was only meant to help them survive, but it got out of control. It was just an accident, not the act of people inherently evil. In order for humans to survive, they must have both food and water.
He even bores into Addie's face, but Cash still does not yell at him and simply mends the holes back. Anse, the father of all the children, does not care much about Cash's work or helpfulness. He at one point even gets in the way of Cash's work and Cash still treats him kindly, "[Anse] goes to the lantern and pulls the propped raincoat until he knocks it down and Cash comes and fixes it back. "You get on to the house," Cash says." Cash then leads his father back to the house and continues to work.
They would play under it, Amir would read stories for Hassan under it, he taught Hassan how to read and write under it and I think the last time they were under it was when Amir was throwing the pomegranates at Hassan so they left it on a bad note. That pomegranate tree was a place where Amir could be himself and not worry about what other people thought of him for hanging out with Hassan and therefore their relationship under that tree was a more real and intense. I think what he meant by the tree not having fruits for years was that their happiness under that tree gave it life and how Hassan wanted that relationship