Annie is defeated badly by a formidable opponent in a hurdles race, and
her confidence leaves her. Plato tries to help her get it
back by telling the story of William Tell, who put plenty at risk for
his own sake and others’, and of “The Minatour” where an opportunity
was taken to protect people in spite of the danger. Aurora also points
out that different levels of courage are taken in different situations
as shown in “The Brave Mice”. The poem “If” is also read as a reminder
about how much courage life demands all in all.

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