He is also able to easily manipulate people through his enhanced communicative skills, which has repeatedly saved his life, as he is almost constantly in danger. He, like Sherlock, uses his wit and intellect to his advantage, and recognized from an early age that his mind was his strongest weapon. Tyrion is very blunt towards most, but is kind and caring specifically to those that he cares about, and those that are treated in the same horrible manner he was because of his deformity. He has an addiction to drinking, as a result of a lack of affection and the amount of stress that he has accumulated over the course of his
He's also short tempered, as he gets agitated very easily, usually at Lennie. I think that the reason why George is so frustrated is because he has to put up with Lennie's stupidity all the time, which would make anyone frustrated. I guess you could call George friendly because he made friends with all of the people at the ranch except for Curley and his wife. He didn't make friends with them because being friends with them would cause trouble. That's a smart thing and being smart is another quality of George's personality.
But instead of throwing it back or running away he just picks himself up and carries on with what he was doing- "and down he fell, but staggered up immediately,...". As a child Heathcliff was quite patient and irritable and did not have any real background or education. He is supposedly handsome and loyal (to Cathy) but has very low morals (he tried to kill Isabella's dog when they ran off to Wuthering Heights)- . He is strong and athletic but is in no way good-natured as the way he acts throughout the whole book shows you; like- "Don't torture me till I am as mad as yourself!" The heroic qualities we see today in our popular super heroes and other more original characters like Sherlock Holmes, all originated from Greek legends like Hercules and Perseus and from Bible stories like David and Goliath.
If your scared of someone you hate him but you can't stop thinking about him.” In this it is obvious that Piggy is scared of Jack, so much so that he thinks about him constantly and now he has him figured out. This is why Piggy is unaffected by his evil. He sees what is happening to everyone else through Jack. The other person who wasn't overcome by their evil is Ralph. Ralph was an older child, and he was an athletic born leader.
They’ll come when they hear us-” (12). This exhibits his knowledge of the art of survival. Even though in the novel, Piggy is shown as the weak link, his wisdom out powers his flaws. Although Piggy has lots of wisdom which makes him a potential leader, he lacks confidence. “Piggy opened his mouth to speak, caught Jack’s eye and shut it again.” (42) This proves that Piggy lacks confidence because he is afraid to express his thoughts.
To have a balance between IQ and EQ will lead to leadership with the True North. Passion, compassion, empathy, and courage matters the heart decisions are important components of the True North. To develop as a worthy human being, a leader must become self aware, integrated human being, and comfortable being his/herself. In addition a leader with the True North moves from I to we, is humble, serve customers, empower people, and align personal values with organization’s mission. A leader with True North demonstrates a high degree of integrity and walks his/her talk.
It is easy to tell he is lonely without having to read much into the book or into his character. He doesn’t have a wife, and is not close to his son at all, neither by companionship nor by simply just educating him. Susan Hill also describes him in a very insecure way. We can notice this because he is always trying to prove himself to other people, even to his son, showing immaturity and lack of confidence. His timidity allows him to be easily vulnerable: “He shrank from the impression in the boy’s eyes, from his knowingness.
Maycomb never liked Boo’s father, Mr. Radley. He was very strict person, in... ... middle of paper ... ... actually emerging from his home. Atticus asks Scout if she understands anything Mr. Tate and he were talking about. He tells her that Jem did not kill Mr. Ewell and that Mr. Ewell fell on his knife. Scout maturely responds that Mr. Tate was right.
Whereas Victor neglected his creation and wanting nothing to do with the creature. His response to the creature was not to care for it with joy but rather abandoned the apartment along with the creature. The creature even goes out of his way, struggling to walk like a one year old child seeking for his parent. When he stumbles upon him, Victor makes it clear he does not want to see the creature ever again in his life. Due to this, the creature becomes evil resulted from the constant neglect that Victor imposed on him, emotionally abusing him during his first years of life on this universe.
Courage: the quality of mind or spirit that enables a person to face difficulty, danger, pain, etc., without fear; bravery. Courage plays a very large role in the plot of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird. There are many different acts of courage throughout the novel, but the most courageous act comes from a character that is arguably more courageous than superman, Atticus Finch. Atticus literally defines courage. He stands up for justice, even when he knows that there is no possibility of winning.