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Happy Days Essay Research Paper A farewell

Happy Days Essay, Research Paper A farewell to Arms I.Mans duty or obligation to avoid death at all costs ? acceptable action a.Critics say that rain in A Farewell to Arms represented death an sh dying and then being eaten in The Old Man and The Sea represents death. They go on to say that in both the representatives of death, the characters maintained dignity and honor

Happy Days Essay, Research Paper

A farewell to Arms

I.Mans duty or obligation to avoid death at all costs ? acceptable action

a.Critics say that rain in A Farewell to Arms represented death an sh dying and then being eaten in The Old Man and The Sea represents death. They go on to say that in both the representatives of death, the characters maintained dignity and honor

b.Santiago is not faced with his own death in this book, but rather the death of the fish, and the death of the sharks. When the sharks are eating his catch he acts acceptably and honorably by defending his catch.

c.Henry always acts acceptable when faced with death. He thinks quickly and acts reasonably. For example, when he is faced with being killed by his fellow d the fi soldiers, he thinks quickly and decides to jump into the river to avoid death

II.Mans duty or obligation to avoid death at all costs ? fear

a.Critics say that Henry acted on impulse and avoided death in many instances, as Santiago took all the measured he could to save the marlin from being eaten. Both times the characters have a fear of the death facing them, but they are not afraid of the death. Rather they are bold and audacious in how they go about trying to avoid it..

b.Santiago is faced with the marlin being destroyed, but considers it his duty to save the great fish. He truly believes he has to try to save it. He respects the power of the sharks, but is not afraid of them.

c.Henry does many drastic things in A Farewell to Arms. He jumps into a river, hides in a trench, and leaves the country. His only goal in doing all of these things is to avoid death. Yet, while he has a sort of reverence to death, he is not afraid of it ever.

III. Mans duty or obligation to avoid death at all costs ? intellectual realization

a.Critics say that both Santiago and Henry understood what they fought for. They understood that when they killed or were killed that was the end of it. Death was the end.

b.Santiago realizes that when he kills the Marlin that that is the end of it. The marlin has nothing left. There is nothing more to be offered for that life.

c.Henry understands that if he is killed. His life ends and he is no more. That is why he acts so hasty when trying to save his life.

A farewell to Arms

I.Mans duty or obligation to avoid death at all costs ? acceptable action

a.Critics say that rain in A Farewell to Arms represented death an sh dying and then being eaten in The Old Man and The Sea represents death. They go on to say that in both the representatives of death, the characters maintained dignity and honor

b.Santiago is not faced with his own death in this book, but rather the death of the fish, and the death of the sharks. When the sharks are eating his catch he acts acceptably and honorably by defending his catch.

c.Henry always acts acceptable when faced with death. He thinks quickly and acts reasonably. For example, when he is faced with being killed by his fellow d the fi soldiers, he thinks quickly and decides to jump into the river to avoid death

II.Mans duty or obligation to avoid death at all costs ? fear

a.Critics say that Henry acted on impulse and avoided death in many instances, as Santiago took all the measured he could to save the marlin from being eaten. Both times the characters have a fear of the death facing them, but they are not afraid of the death. Rather they are bold and audacious in how they go about trying to avoid it..

b.Santiago is faced with the marlin being destroyed, but considers it his duty to save the great fish. He truly believes he has to try to save it. He respects the power of the sharks, but is not afraid of them.

c.Henry does many drastic things in A Farewell to Arms. He jumps into a river, hides in a trench, and leaves the country. His only goal in doing all of these things is to avoid death. Yet, while he has a sort of reverence to death, he is not afraid of it ever.

III. Mans duty or obligation to avoid death at all costs ? intellectual realization

a.Critics say that both Santiago and Henry understood what they fought for. They understood that when they killed or were killed that was the end of it. Death was the end.

b.Santiago realizes that when he kills the Marlin that that is the end of it. The marlin has nothing left. There is nothing more to be offered for that life.

c.Henry understands that if he is killed. His life ends and he is no more. That is why he acts so hasty when trying to save his life.

A farewell to Arms

I.Mans duty or obligation to avoid death at all costs ? acceptable action

a.Critics say that rain in A Farewell to Arms represented death an sh dying and then being eaten in The Old Man and The Sea represents death. They go on to say that in both the representatives of death, the characters maintained dignity and honor

b.Santiago is not faced with his own death in this book, but rather the death of the fish, and the death of the sharks. When the sharks are eating his catch he acts acceptably and honorably by defending his catch.

c.Henry always acts acceptable when faced with death. He thinks quickly and acts reasonably. For example, when he is faced with being killed by his fellow d the fi soldiers, he thinks quickly and decides to jump into the river to avoid death

II.Mans duty or obligation to avoid death at all costs ? fear

a.Critics say that Henry acted on impulse and avoided death in many instances, as Santiago took all the measured he could to save the marlin from being eaten. Both times the characters have a fear of the death facing them, but they are not afraid of the death. Rather they are bold and audacious in how they go about trying to avoid it..

b.Santiago is faced with the marlin being destroyed, but considers it his duty to save the great fish. He truly believes he has to try to save it. He respects the power of the sharks, but is not afraid of them.

c.Henry does many drastic things in A Farewell to Arms. He jumps into a river, hides in a trench, and leaves the country. His only goal in doing all of these things is to avoid death. Yet, while he has a sort of reverence to death, he is not afraid of it ever.

III. Mans duty or obligation to avoid death at all costs ? intellectual realization

a.Critics say that both Santiago and Henry understood what they fought for. They understood that when they killed or were killed that was the end of it. Death was the end.

b.Santiago realizes that when he kills the Marlin that that is the end of it. The marlin has nothing left. There is nothing more to be offered for that life.

c.Henry understands that if he is killed. His life ends and he is no more. That is why he acts so hasty when trying to save his life.

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