| Tyler Hires Mr. Svetanoff English 10 Advanced March 3, 2013 The Moral Game Everyone at one point in his or her life has felt frustrated because the “grown-ups” don’t care about the bullying going on, or they feel that they are setting too high of standards. This concept is in the book Ender’s Game, and that is one of the many reasons why this book is still relevant today. Ender’s Game
After seeing Uncle Frank not deal with his situation, Wes grasps the concept of control and leadership towards the state of affair. As a result of Wes’s ethical decision, he matures not only himself, but helps others throughout the family’s tough
Author and character O’Brian tell the story in such a way to make it believable that the two different people are really the same person. His aim in the novel was intended to direct the readers more away from the technical facts and more towards the subjected facts. By doing this the reader could establish the bond between an audience and the soldier telling his story. In the end we learn “Story-truth is truer sometimes than happening –truth” (171. ), but determining what is reality and fiction can sometimes be
He shows responsibility through his willingness to keep everyone together as a team, and work together. He also shows responsibility when he calls meeting to decide on decisions all together. This proves that he is fair and democratic. He shows responsibility when he cares for the younger boys, which nobody really cared to pay attention to. Also when he listens to Piggy who was being ignored by everyone else.
He doesn’t like to be the only one blamed as he shows here: “(with marked change of tone)… I thought that – for some reason best known to yourself - you were making the most of this tiny bit of information I could give you. I’m sorry. This makes a difference.” He shows that he does not mind if he doesn’t have to take full responsibility and says that it changes everything. Arthur does not like to take all the responsibility. Also, he is afraid for his family here and their reputation.
In “Maestro” the inspirational journey of Paul trying to grip his highest dream there was disappointment but he still received “Honorable mentions”. Paul ended up within a life “with a women and child that he loved, within the confines of I life he hated” the disappointment of not achieve his dreams and the loss of Eduard Keller does show in “maestro” but Paul doesn’t realize that he isn’t failing he is at a great level he may not be “one in a million” but he sure is “one in a thousand” and that itself is a pretty big goal to achieve itself. Paul ended up with a girl that he loves, he was no longer shy to bullies and gained confidence and he grew so much throughout “Maestro”, not all of Paul’s life is full of failure and disappointment but rather “a small hurt to save a wasted life”. Paul achieved high and he gained a wife and child afterwards this overthrows the big disappointments in his life to make his journey through it
His unique style of writing in stream of consciousness is very effective because it accurately demonstrates what the characters in the novel are feeling and thinking. Faulkner believes society assumes things of people and that they have no right to do so. The reader knows this because of him saying “it's the way the majority of folks is looking at him when he does it.” It's not that someone is crazy, it's the way people look at the actions of someone and society accuses that someone of being socially
After reading Antigone, there were two protagonist who were the noble heroes of the play brought down by their own fatal flaws. Creon and Antigone were both noble heroes who tried to do what is right for the people of the town and they believed that it was their duty to help the community. Creon is a protagonist because he is a rational guy who like to take care of what is right. Creon distances himself from the awful desires of Oedipus and who he was. As a protagonist he tells Antigone that he strongly believes in political and social structure.
However, in Fahrenheit 451 Beatty describes conformity as a positive aspect of society – he argues that conformity in behavior prevents violence and jealousy by restricting the gifted and talented people from their ability to excel, which is good in a way because then the others won‘t feel bad. However, the real problem in the situation Beatty describes is not the exceptionally bright child (when he is trying to show Montag the uselessness of books) but the group of people of those who submit to it. Unfortunately, this very situation occurs repeatedly in our society today. People who choose not to conform may be persecuted by the groups of people who submit into censorship, and through that act of persecution the people reinforce conformity of