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  1. Unity - The children rather than being afraid or looking to escape, stuck together and unitedly solved the problem at hand. They worked together in gathering the resources and providing comfort to each other. Selflessness- Even in a flood situation Jim risked himself to go rescue Sara from the playhRead more

    1. Unity – The children rather than being afraid or looking to escape, stuck together and unitedly solved the problem at hand. They worked together in gathering the resources and providing comfort to each other.
    2. Selflessness– Even in a flood situation Jim risked himself to go rescue Sara from the playhouse porch, she is not even his sister and yet he did not back out. This and the fact that he served in Junior Red Cross shows how selfless Jim is and how much he cares for others. We must all learn from him.
    3. Bravery – It is undoubtedly obvious how brave all of them were throughout the entire story. Being stranded in the house, without any adults could have been disastrous. However, these kids thought and worked intellectually and bravely and were able to save themselves and call for help.

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  1. Prospero: Main character and the rightful Duke of Milan. Prospero is the main character in The Tempest. He is the Duke of Milan who was overthrown by his brother Antonio fifteen years before the beginning of the play and cast adrift in a boat with his baby daughter, Miranda. During those fifteen yeaRead more

    1. Prospero: Main character and the rightful Duke of Milan. Prospero is the main character in The Tempest. He is the Duke of Milan who was overthrown by his brother Antonio fifteen years before the beginning of the play and cast adrift in a boat with his baby daughter, Miranda. During those fifteen years, he studied and taught himself how to do magic.
    2. Miranda: Daughter of Prospero. Another main characters of The Tempest. She was banished to the Island along with her father at the age of three, and in the subsequent twelve years has lived with her father and their slave, Caliban, as her only company. 
    3. Sycorax: A vicious powerful witch and the mother of Caliban. An unseen character in The Tempest. One of the few native inhabitants of the island who died before the arrival of Prospero is the island.
    4. Ariel: A spirit in service to Prospero. Ariel is bound to serve Prospero as he rescued him from the tree in which he was imprisoned by Sycorax.
    5. Caliban: A servant of Prospero and a savage monster. Half-human, half-monster who is forced into slavery and son of the witch Sycorax.
    6. Antonio: Prospero’s brother, the usurping Duke of Milan. The main villain of the play. He dethroned his brother with the help of King of Naples.
    7. Gonzalo: An honest old councilor. An honest and trusted adviser who helps Prospero when abandoned by the king and his brother.
    8. King Of Naples: An enemy of Prospero. Neither a good guy nor a bad guy.
    9. Ferdinand: The prince of Naples and the son of Alonso. A humble, kind, and naive guy who spends most of his time during The Tempest trying to win the affection of Miranda.

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  1. Yes, money certainly changes the attitude of people. It easily corrupts our minds and make us do worst things. In the play The Hour of Truth, Baldwin's family whom he calls "Humble, Loyal and Selfless" suddenly become "Shames, Liars, Hypocrites and Thieves” when they come to know about $1000 bribe.Read more

    Yes, money certainly changes the attitude of people. It easily corrupts our minds and make us do worst things. In the play The Hour of Truth, Baldwin’s family whom he calls “Humble, Loyal and Selfless” suddenly become “Shames, Liars, Hypocrites and Thieves” when they come to know about $1000 bribe. Their mind is corrupted and they want to get the money by any means. They start persuading Baldwin to accept the bribe. They give various reasons for that. However Baldwin remains stick to his principles but he comes to know the reality of his loyal family. Hence money can easily corrupt our minds.

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  1. Gresham is the boss of Mr Robert Baldwin in the play. Unlike Mr Baldwin, Gresham is a fraud. He is accused of theft and is about to face trial. He offers bribe to Baldwin to help him escape the trail by saying, "I don't remember". However the later rejects. In the end, Gresham confesses his crime anRead more

    Gresham is the boss of Mr Robert Baldwin in the play. Unlike Mr Baldwin, Gresham is a fraud. He is accused of theft and is about to face trial. He offers bribe to Baldwin to help him escape the trail by saying, “I don’t remember”. However the later rejects. In the end, Gresham confesses his crime and is arrested.

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  1. Mr Gresham wants to meet Robert Baldwin in order to offer him bribe ($1000) for saying, "I don't remember". This way, he wants to save himself from punishment. Plus Two English The Hour of Truth Summary

    Mr Gresham wants to meet Robert Baldwin in order to offer him bribe ($1000) for saying, “I don’t remember”. This way, he wants to save himself from punishment.

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  1. When Mr. Baldwin rejects his offer (bribe), Gresham says that its a payment which was due to him. Plus Two English The Hour of Truth Summary

    When Mr. Baldwin rejects his offer (bribe), Gresham says that its a payment which was due to him.

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  1. Both Baldwin and Gresham are good friends for 35 years. Baldwin had named his son after Gresham's name, John. While Baldwin led a simple and honest life, Gresham had craze for money and led a luxurious life. When Gresham is caught in the case of theft, Baldwin prefers truth over friendship. GreshamRead more

    Both Baldwin and Gresham are good friends for 35 years. Baldwin had named his son after Gresham’s name, John. While Baldwin led a simple and honest life, Gresham had craze for money and led a luxurious life.

    When Gresham is caught in the case of theft, Baldwin prefers truth over friendship. Gresham offers a bribe of $1000 for telling a lie but Baldwin rejects. In terms of friendship, Gresham appears to exhibit true friendship as he would have thought that Baldwin would help him escape the trial. Even in the end, Gresham confessed his guilt after seeing the honesty of Baldwin.

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  1. Baldwin did not accept bribe in spite of being persuaded by his family members as he was honest and a man of principals. Hence he is not disloyal to Gresham. He remained a good friend to Gresham for decades but when Gresham's fraud get caught, Baldwin preferred principals and honesty over bribe andRead more

    Baldwin did not accept bribe in spite of being persuaded by his family members as he was honest and a man of principals. Hence he is not disloyal to Gresham. He remained a good friend to Gresham for decades but when Gresham’s fraud get caught, Baldwin preferred principals and honesty over bribe and friendship.

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