Despite all the challenges Ben faced, he and the other partisans should so many acts of courage. One of the acts of courage was when the Jewish people, started fighting back. “ Tens of thousands of people, including many Jews, fought against the Nazis” (8) This is an act of courage because, it was almost certain that they were gonna die, whether it be murdered by the Nazi, or of something else. Another act of courage is when they began sabotaging the German army. “ They Blew up factories, sabotaged trains with supplies for the Nazi, Stole weapon shipments, and upset the flow of supplies to German troops.” This an act of courage because despite the dangers they helped the surviving Jews while risking their own lives. Ben also showed courage when we would sneak out of the ghetto to get food. This an act of courage because despite the dangers they helped the surviving Jews while risking their own
Meanwhile, Benjamin Barry (Matthew McConaughey) is a young, successful, confident, advertising executive who is looking to land a major advertising deal. At the taunting of his two female co-workers who are eager to see the arrogant professional fail, he makes a bet that he can make a woman of their choosing fall in love with him in 10 days, which will land him a large profitable advertising contract.
Ben and Ellie take refuge in an abandoned apartment block. When Ben has second thoughts about realising the zoo animals into the wild, Ellie reassures him that it was necessary for a new beginning. As they both make plans to leave the city and head for the bush, Raja makes a final appearance. Ben is convinced that Raja is going to kill him, but instead he pats him affectionately on the
The story began with Benjamin’s return to his hometown. The member of the family were introduced one by one. It was also revealed that the situation between the Continental army and the Great Britain government is getting more complicated each days, as the town’s people were being forced to choose side for the
Hannah knew what was coming and tried to persuade them not to go but they didn’t listen. They went in the truck with them and got into the boxcars where many people could not survive. When they evacuated the cars, they were separated into men and women with kids. They were forced to go to the showers, have their heads shaved, put different clothes on, and get their arms tattooed with numbers. They had to work hard to avoid being chosen to get processed. They meet a girl named Rivka, who has lasted in the camp for a year and a half who gives them tips to avoid being chosen. One night, Gitli awakens Hannah and plans an escape from the camp. Sadly, some of them were caught, but Gitl and Hannah made it back to the barracks safely. The next day, the other men that were involved with the escape were caught, shot, and taken to the smoke stack. They see the men dragging them off to the stack, among them was Rivka’s brother, Wolfe. The people continued to work in the camp to avoid being chosen. One day when Hannah was thinking about the future, she started to tell her 3 other friends around and they started talking. A guard overheard them and said that he got to personally pick 3 out of the 4
In the middle of the novel, Chaya/Hannah was challenged by being forced into a labor camp and doing all these tasks in order to survive the day(s) she’s in camp. Her as well as her friends experience tragic deaths of close friends and relatives. But no matter who they have left,
Ben is also a very peculiar character. The audience first encounters him with the full knowledge that he is dead. Ben is also the one figure that is able to move freely between the past and the present. Because Ben represents that which Willy seeks, Willy feels that he can achieve his goal the same way that Ben did and so he believes that "opportunism, cheating and cruelty are success incarnate" (Smith).
Most of the smart ones get away.’ ” When the narrator asks why he didn’t he’s told about how Ethan had to care for his father, then his mother, then his wife, and then there was the smash up. He’s told about how Ethan just always had to stay, about how, “ ‘ I guess it’s always Ethan done the caring.’ ”
Was when they got in the military vehicles and drive to the bridge were the hijacking was going on. At that time Ben father had another chance to save his son from making himself committing suicide. Was at that time in the military vehicle Ben father could have told Ben that he know how Nettie turned him down on a data.Or Ben father could have told Ben that he know about all the other thing that happen to Ben. If Ben father would have done that he would have done that Ben would thing his father wants to be apart of his life and would make Ben like his father more. But Ben father doesn't talk instead Ben Father stays quiet and in doing that Ben thing his father doesn't wont anything with him or his life. At the end rate if Ben father would open up and talk to Ben could have open up to him to his father. But since Ben cape his feelings all bottled up so no one know how he
The theme is that people should never give up hope. Cam was scared about Ben, but he never gave up on him. He never gave up on the unlikely task of riding Ugly, all for the sake of Ben.
General Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. (born in 1912-2002) was the first African-American General in the America Air Force. Benjamin O. Davis, Sr., his father, was the first African-American to earn the title general in any branch of the American military. This paper aims to prove that General Benjamin O. Davis Jr. was a visionary and ethical leader. After graduating from the University of Chicago, the United States Military Academy commissioned him. He was one the first African Americans to be admitted to the Army Air Corps and to pilot training. General Benjamin had led 60 combat missions and promoted to Colonel by the end of World War II. He was the one of the first black pilots in the military and the first African American cadet to graduate from West Point Academy in the twentieth century (Lerner, 2003). With his effective accomplishments, I believe he provides a perfect example of who we should all look at as a visionary and ethical leader.
Ben exemplified compassion in many cases, were he would sacrifice himself or his personal trails for someone else troubles. In reality this scene can compare with real life cases in the world today how compassion can be shared with people to impact others. In the movie Ben finds himself falling in love with a girl name Emily, who has an enlarged heart that he later gave his life for her to survive. Ben shared compassion with 6 other people, but given the most compassion to Emily.
Ben is a member of Flint’s original crew. He was forced to live on the island for three years and survive on his own. He found Flint’s treasure, and then buried it. Trying to keep it away from the pirates that try to capture Jim and Sliver. The pirates think that Ben is unintelligent, but Jim and Silver know that’s he’s really a nice guy who is agile and quite smart. Ben returns with Jim and Sliver and the other crew
Gradually, Ben overall becomes sensitive to the environment. The sadness has overwhelmed him and left him a primitive form. He becomes impaired in the way that he relies on a caretaker and is unable to recapture the memories of himself after he’s gone. Once Ben becomes missing, people don’t search for him but instead call to ask where he has been. After about a week everyone in his life ceases to call or look. Annie is the only one to evoke the memories of Ben, the disabled man who became primitive