In Chapter 6 of To Kill A Mockingbird, a series of action occurs towards the protagonists, Scout, Jem and Dill, revealing their developing stages of maturity. Maturity is an ability to see right from wrong, to settle problems professionally, to be patient, to be sensible and responsible. In the story, the 3 children walks into the Radley’s back yard, which soon shows their poor selection of entering without permission, even with their father’s restricting warnings. The shadow and the shotgun blast was a result in the consequences they irresponsibly did not consider. Next, Jem loses his pants in the escape, showing his lack of responsibility towards his properties.
Everyone in Salem looked up to him. He was a hard worker and a good family man. It was for this same reason why Proctor became a tragic hero. His pride was what yielded him from stopping the witch trials from the beginning. He had a chance to tell the town, and the court, that Abigail’s claims were false.
Could it be that a sad old man who's entire family perished in WWII also be a capable leader? Despite the harsh conditions, including robbers and Nazis, Otto Frank persevered as a leader to the Van Daans, Mr. Dussel, and his own family. For two long years this hero managed to protect and reassure the seven people living with him, even with the constant fear and knowledge that they were all being persecuted for no reason. Mr. Frank was an effective leader because he bonded with the people in the Annex, he stayed calm under pressure and fights, and he was selfless. It is notable that Mr. Frank was an exceptional host because he connected with his guests.
It is one of my personal favorite films because of its simple, but provoking storyline, wich director Frank Darabont managed to pull off in a classic style, making it feel like a timeless piece of cinematography. In addition to this, I believe the acting is great, particulary Morgan Freeman, who seems to ass an impeccable degree of realism to his character ‘Red’. I think we should watch it in our English class because it is a film that everybody should see at least once in their live, because it is highly recommended by various polls
What if one of the soldiers that would come and go from his house as if it were his own recognised him? Bruno had already betrayed Shmuel once, when Lieutenant Kotler had caught Shmuel eating the chicken, he hated that he'd have to do it again. But no, he couldn't. Carefully climbing underneath the broken part of the fence he joined Shmuel on the other side. 'Lets go find Papa!'
Thus, I came to the conclusion: Gilgamesh and Rama’s pride, determination and godly contributions helped to influence their journeys, but the results of their quests differed greatly. The endings to Gilgamesh and Rama’s epics were the only great differences in their characteristics. Rama’s tale ended with him throwing the Brahmasthra at Ravana’s heart, “…where the Brahmasthra entered and ended his career” (“Ramayana” 38), and accomplishing his goal. Even though he won, he seemed to be in a complacent mood. To the contrary, Gilgamesh failed his task.
But courageously he persevered and uttered, “Today is a new day.” The ball is then bowled at slow motion for dramatic effect. I continued the use of slow motion with extreme close up on Chicken Little’s face, which is determined but uncertain, followed by the swing of the bat. Another courageous scene is one at the movie theatre. Finally Chicken Little is to confess and complain to his dad about his true, inner feelings, which he was never brave enough to do before. The theatre is grand, red, empty and silent.
John had explicitly called the rockets “fool things” and threw out all of Homer’s rocket building tools in the pouring rain, saying it’s “right where they belong.” The amount of discouragement and impertinence these actions hold is beyond imaginable. Additionally, when Homer’s father said “I've been mad as hell at you. But it's the first time in your life I've been ashamed of you.” Imperils Homer’s emotional and mental well being a substantial amount. Especially when one knows the odds of becoming successful coming from a town like ‘Coalwood’ is little to slim. In spite of this, Homer managed to be persistent throughout his work, and with indefatigability continued to pursue his dream.
Despite the conflict in the story, Roger Aller reveals that Simba shows generosity, bravery, and loyalty whenever he faced a tough situation against his villain. The hero Simba appears generous when he saves Nala from the hyenas and when he tried to get them out of the graveyard. This part of the film, I was so scared for them (Ellis). Simba never hesitated to be generous to his friends Timon and Pumbaa. When Nala was trying to attack Timon and Pumbaa, simba interfered and saved them.
Quentin carries around a suitcase stuffed with books wherever he goes and finds excuses to get out of gym class. He is excitable and often confounds the other members and townspeople with his advanced vocabulary when jumpy. Jimmy "O'Dell" Carroll: is small and excitable, the most emotional member of the group. His father drove the town garbage truck, allowing O'Dell access to many useful items, frequently scrounged to further the group's efforts. He is always scheming ways of making money, from the failed iron scrap attempt—which took an entire summer, yielded a net loss of one dollar, not counting the destruction of borrowed equipment, and almost killed Sonny—to the profitable harvesting of ginseng.