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Essay | Leaders and Followers, a Comparative Review

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Leaders and Followers, a Comparative Review

Summary: Considers how people guide others to do their bidding. References A Lesson Before Dying (Ernest Gaines) and Thank You, Ma'am (Langston Hughes). Considers which characters in these texts exhibits leadership qualities.
Society is made up of leaders and followers. While many wants to, not all can be leaders. A leader is somebody who guides or directs others by showing them the way. A leader is someone that can influence people. He is someone that people want to follow and respect, makes good decisions, can think quickly. He is self-confident, and knows what to do next. A leader is someone who can guide others to their own empowerment. "Thank You, Ma'am" by Langston Hughes and A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest J. Gaines illustrate people guiding others to their own empowerment by developing dynamic characters. However, in "Thank You, Ma'am" we only see the point of view of the guide in the relationship between people guiding others to their own empowerment.

Jefferson learns he can have his own empowerment instead of being told how to act...

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