Digger makes him feel like its partly his fault because he gave them the idea of drilling the holes in the kayak. Forgiving JT and Digger would be the first step toward forgiving himself. Finally, Brady needs to forgive himself for not shouting a warning to the red kayak. Brady feels like its his fault that Ben died because he did not warn the kayak earlier that day. Forgiving himself for listening to his friends and not cautioning the kayak is the only way Brady will be able to move on with his life.
Throughout the course of the novel Of Mice and Men, George shows his heroism as he strives to protect his friend Lennie. While George might be short-tempered and impatient, he is a loving and devoted friend whose frequent protests against life with Lennie never weaken his commitment to protecting his friend. George’s first words, a firm warning to Lennie not to drink so much water at the stream because Lennie could get sick, set the tone of their relationship. As the story progresses, George’s sense of responsibility begins to deepen as he realizes that he holds Lennie’s fate, and ultimately his life, in his hands. During his conversation with Slim when George admits that he once abused Lennie for his own amusement, readers see that George is capable of change and growth.
Marco physically resembles the Sicilian stereotype, He is also very strong and he could easily "load the whole ship by himself." In this play, the author uses plot, dialog, actions and symbolism to emphasize Marco's honor, his prominent characteristic. But the fact that Marco left his family to give them support and to save his oldest son who is "sick in the chest," makesthe reader forget about his illegal stay and makes his status rise to the one of a male protagonist. In this play, Marco's actions lead us to the discovery of a violent side which he uses to defend his honor and respect in a number of occasions. For example, when he challenges Eddie at the end of the first act, we understand that he did it to save his brother's face and his family's honor.
The reason I think so is because spiritual, mental, and emotional aspects are much more significant than physical aspects. The story Of Mice and Men took place during the Great Depression, where close friendship between people was rare and unusual, and George benefited because he had a companion that traveled with him and always stayed with him. Lennie told George that if he is causing too much trouble for George, he can live in a cave alone, but George did not accept. When George shot Lennie (for Lennie’s benefit) and the friendship ended, George became extremely lonesome and he desired a friend like Lennie. Back to The Mighty, Kevin and Max realized that they had something in common.
If he did not truly believe that it had magical properties, why share this piece of information? Whether he intentionally added this part to contribute to his standing up for himself or not, it After returning home and receiving only kind words from his master, Douglass thinks that his conduct may have been no other cause than the root (Douglass 49). The next day is when his snake of a master tries to catch him unaware while taking care of the horses. Upon realizing what was about to occur, Douglass finally gathers the vigor and audacity to fight back and stand up to Mr. Covey.
When Romeo kills Tybalt right after marrying Juliet, it is clear that he is still extremely loyal to his friends and family, even though he knew that Tybalt was Juliet’s cousin. His revenge killing was one of loyalty to his friend. It is clear from the beginning that Han’s loyalties lay with his father, especially after going to prison for him. By the end of the film however, it is clear that Han’s loyalties in his family and his people were misplaced. Although sad at his father’s suicide, he feels no guilt about killing Kai.
In spite of his strong beliefs in the beginning of the story, Jack’s views begin to change in chapter eight after he informs Judge Irwin of the “dirt” he has on him. He believes that informing Irwin will benefit the judge by giving him a chance to defend himself. Unfortunately, after Judge Irwin kills himself Jack realizes that the awareness he believed would be beneficial to the judge became the motivation for his suicide. Following this event, Jack comes to understand that neither innocence nor awareness is always blissful. This transformation becomes especially obvious to the reader in the last chapter when Jack lies to his mother, telling her that Judge Irwin did not kill himself because he was “in a jam”.
He can never hold down a job and develops a kleptomania habit. He dreams of working on a ranch, but he sees that dream as unacceptable because it is not the life his father wants for him. For much of his life, he blames his father for his failures while simultaneously trying to live up to his expectations. Because
George’s Demand for Friendship Companionship and loneliness are things that everyone experience at least one time or another in their lifetime.In the novella Of Mice and Men, the author John Steinbeck demonstrates the necessity for companionship through the struggles of the characters. George’s life could’ve been improved without Lennie, but his longing for friendship, took on the burden of taking care of Lennie .For example, “I could take my fifty bucks and go into town and get whatever I want…An’ that ain’t the worst. You get in trouble .You do bad things and get in trouble“(Steinbeck 11). George felt responsible for taking care of Lennie because, of his childlike state of mind. George knows that Lennie gets in trouble, but the fact that they have each other is worth the work.
I felt awfully and my Grandpa suggested going to fishing. Now I understand that he my terrible state of mind to be dispelled. Even now I remember well his words of consolation. I thought I would have never recovered from the death of my dog but my Grandpa managed to dissuade me in it soon. But it does not mean that he simply calmed me down.