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Heisman Trophy Essay

  • Submitted by: joshua0625
  • on November 25, 2012
  • Category: College Admissions
  • Length: 558 words

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Below is an essay on "Heisman Trophy" from Anti Essays, your source for research papers, essays, and term paper examples.

Heroes are fit out to have the ability to overcome any adversity that they may face. Regardless of how difficult the journey gets; they never give up nor give in. They put themselves in curious positions so by all means they will do everything in their power to come to a solution.
In the novel selection of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children in my beliefs I see Jacob Portman as the hero. It started off slow when explaining the loss of grandfather Portman which Jacob believed was from a monster that he viewed in every dream he had when sleeping. Being young Jacob didn’t care much about what his grandfather would talk about when telling stories just like any other young teen in today’s world but we all come to realize that we miss what we had when it becomes gone/decease.
Following the death of his grandfather, Jacob came to his senses and realized how interested he was in his grandfather’s past life (Fought in wars, traveled to several locations & spoke various amounts of different languages). As he continued on seeing the pierced eye, multiple tongued monster in his dreams he went to Dr. Golan for therapy and discovered that he had the same ability as his grandfather to be able to see monsters. Hearing this Jacob became highly interested/curious about Grandfather Portman’s past life. So, Jacob and his father traveled over the Atlantic to Cairnholm which seemed to be a beautiful location since Jacob was able to look straight through the water and see to the sea bottom where he viewed wrecked ships that had capsized during World War II. Being seen, this reminds Jacob of his grandfather because he fought in wars.
Now, in the new location Jacob left the reserved room to go explore the sighting where he viewed a house which he walked through but didn’t find much so he returned to the room. The next morning once awakening he returns to his exploration in the Orphanage but this day he was determined to find clues behind his grandfather’s lifestyle. Being...

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