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    Herschel is the wise sidekick of the group who is known for his calm and gentle demeanor. These two types of heroes are intertwined in the journey of The Walking Dead where it is every man for himself but there is still a glimmer of hope for humanity. Robert Ray thinks that there are only two types of heroes an official hero and an outlaw but The Walking Dead proves otherwise because Rick is considered the chosen hero and Herschel is the sidekick hero. According to Ray “Embodied in the adventurer, explorer

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    Unfulfilled Edna of The Awakening As evidenced in Kate Chopin’s The Awakening, and other novels of the 1800’s, women writers of this period seem to feel very repressed. Leonce Pontellier seemed to be fond of his wife, and treated her as one would treat a loved pet. In the beginning of the story it describes him as looking at her as a “valuable piece of personal property”. He does not value her fully as a human being more as a piece of property. However, he expects her to be everything he thinks

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    crescent of the river, losing itself in the silence of the uppe... ... middle of paper ... ...to earth." (83) Reisz discerns that Edna is pursuing a path that no other individual has showed the audacity to in the past, and she must remain morally strong in order to avoid a futile conclusion to this journey. The influence of Madam Reisz upon Edna is present throughout their confrontations. The Madam is one of the only characters in the novel that possesses the ability to perceive Edna’s true character

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    Robert Francis Kennedy was a man of strong will and ambition. Throughout his lifetime he had numerous accomplishments that formed him into in ideal leader for the United States. He successfully assisted a country in deep in a national poverty and professionally dealt with the issues such as organized crime and civil rights. Through these accomplishments he earned the respect of many. As an adolescent, Kennedy attended many schools because his large family moved around multiple times. In the end,

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    leads to their insanity. Robert Ross and Rodwell depict lunacy as war demoralizes them. As individuals receive commands that violate their virtues, as a repercussion a person will become irrational. Robert Ross is a pure, righteous, ethical person in the beginning of the novel; he obtains a strong morality. Roberts’ integrity prevails when Mrs. Ross asks Robert to murder Rowena’s rabbits. “Why do the rabbits have to be killed? …I’ll take care of them. Please!!! Robert-control yourself. Silence

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    does not come as a surprise. Chopin foreshadows Edna¹s death by the use of nature and Edna¹s connection to it; also by the use of symbols, especially the symbolic meaning of a bird; and by the use of many different characters in the novel, such as Robert Lebrun, Mademoiselle Reisz and Madame Ratignolle. Edna is a very romantic character, who turns to nature for comfort. She "seeks herself" in nature (508). But her surroundings are not comforting to her. She hears voices "from the darkness and

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    characterization and theme. The protagonist, Robert Ross, has a deep connection with animals that reflects his personality and the situations that he faces. This link between Robert and the animals shows the reader that human nature is not much different than animal nature. The animals in this story are closely related to the characters, especially the character of Robert. Rodwell acknowledges Robert's close union with animals when he draws Robert in his sketchbook as "the only human form" among

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    The perfect crusader to Robert the Monk in Historia Iherosolimitana follows a very simple yet strict set of standards. They must follow the with the usual criteria of a good soldier strong, both physically and mentally, and brave but they also must have a strong spiritual aspect to them. Robert gives several names of men who could fall under these examples, Duke Godfrey, Fulcher of Chartres, and Bohemond. It is easy to see from the beginning Roberts great love for Duke Godfrey. He mentions him

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    Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning married when he was thirty-four and she was forty. Although they were only married for fifteen years before Elizabeth’s death, their affections for each other were as true in the beginning of their courtship as the affection of a couple who have been married for fifty years. Elizabeth’s magnificent Sonnets from the Portuguese shows this love for each other, most famously depicted in the forty-third sonnet, which begins with the line, “How do I love thee

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    also the future of her children. Even though Edna is selfish, in the end she realizes everything she has done will harm her two boys. She is not strong enough to be free without the love of Robert Lebrun and in the end decides she will not go back to the gilded cage of the life she led before. In the thoughts of her children and the life she is not strong enough to keep, she returns to the sea. The one place she can be truly free from everything that is holding her back. In the 1800’s the husband

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