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.
‘You see how many starfish there are? You’ll never make a difference.’ The boy paused thoughtfully, and picked up another starfish and threw it into the ocean. ‘It sure made a difference to that one,’ he said (45).” The Hawaiian parable, this had to be the most inspiring part of the book to me. Hearing stories of how one person was able to do all these incredible things to make life better for people, I still feel uninspired. I don’t have the resources those people do; I would think I’m wasting my time unless it turns into one of those really huge projects and organizations I keep hearing about.
Everyone has a different way that they fish. There is no right way to fly fish just so long as the person enjoys the sport of it and every once in a while catches a fish. The boy’s father believed that there was a certain technique that should be followed in order to be graced with the catch of a fish. It wasn’t until mid way into the film that Paul dared to go outside of his father’s way and fish how he felt best. Not only does this prove that there is no certain way to go by in order to succeed, but it also proves that success comes from all
Chuck Noland's brings Wilson alive when he cuts his hand and palms the volleyball and chucks it , leaving a bloody hand print that he later makes a face in. Through out the movie you see how Noland makes it through the four years of the island all because of Wilson. Wilson is so incredibly important to the film because there would be no dialogue what so ever without his character being involved. If Wilson was not created there would be no story line the plot would have no middle and basically the whole island scene would be pointless. Also Wilson plays an important part of Chuck Noland's life because he is keeping Noland sane.
This fish took what he wanted because of his size. In a speech about power, he told Wart "Might is right," and might of the body is greater than might of the mind. Because of the way the fish-king ruled, his subjects obeyed him out of fear for their lives. Wart experienced this firsthand when the fish-king told him to leave. He had grown bored of Wart, and if Wart didn't leave he would've eaten him.
The fog prevents Chief Bromden from seeing his true situation and true self for a long time, causing him to believe he is weak and become weak due to his belief. Eventually, McMurphy hopes to cause the Chief to realize he can control his actions and become self-actualized. In this, McMurphy is successful. Following McMurphy’s example, Chief Bromden realizes that there are things to enjoy in life beyond that which the combine dictates. The fishing trip is a major turning point for both the Chief and the rest of the men on the ward.
• for this one you could talk about how raimond respects hora very deeply and he becomes a sort of second father figure. examples demonstrating this is how he wants to learn to swim because hora likes swimming, and how he goes sailing with him. another example is how he often stays with hora alone, demonstrates the sense of belonging he feels with hora. the sense of belonging he DOESNT share with his mother is demonstrated when he tells his principal to tell his mother he didnt want to see her if she called again • you could talk about Romulus' 'old testament traditionalism, and the way he has this sort of rigourous system of morals that seems to be more important than self gain for him in all situations. an eg is where he still pays for
Barry Bagsley is Ishmael’s white whale and the name Ishmael came from a book called Moby Dick. James Scobie helps Ishmael change his life by gaining his confidence. In the story, James helps Ishmael to gain his confidence by convincing Ishmael to speak in the debating team. As Ishmael was normally timekeeper he was the last resource for the team or if Ishmael didn’t step up there wouldn’t have been finals because they forfeited. Ishmael had to accept the challenge and walk out of his comfort zone; he was facing his fear and speaking to the audience.
Stories are a means to create new things and everybody possesses that ability but tyrants may want to destroy it so that they can be the only one with that power. Stories and storytelling needs to be protected because it is natural to humans and is therefore naturally our right which should not be taken. In the novel, Haroun and the sea of stories Iff, the water genie is an archetypal character that acts as a mentor and helps Haroun realize the art of story telling that Rashid Khalifa, his dad possesses and how it needs to be protected since its unique. Iff the water genie explains “Anybody can tell stories….Liars, and cheats, and crooks, for example. But for stories with that Extra Ingredient, ah, for those, even the best storytellers need the Story Waters.” (Rushdie,58).
He convinces the administration to let him start a swim team, so instead of adding a few points on another sport, he adds and entire sport to get points for. Since he’s head coach, he sets the letterman requirements. You have to always do better than your last time, constantly 1 uping your best time. From a football, basketball, or track view this would be very hard, but not for