By day Ghostrick Dullahan masquerades as a suit of antique armor, but at night he shows his true colors as a veteran knight, acting as a leader figure for the other residents of the museum. His appearance as a Duel Spirit in the anime shows his Heroic Spirit rather plainly. Comic Books Captain Atom:
Fisher skillfully uses various elements in the story as metaphors for the challenges we face in life and embeds enriching lessons we should all learn so as to help us find more clarity in this seemingly complicated world.
The hero of the story is a knight who led a busy life fighting battles, slaying dragons and rescuing damsels in distress because he wanted to prove that he was good, kind and loving.
He loved his armor so much that he decided to keep it on at all times, so much so that his faithful wife Juliet and young son Christopher forgot how he looked without it.
When he finally reluctantly acceded to take off his armor for fear that his wife and son would leave him, he realized that he couldn't remove it.
He had kept it on for so long that it was stuck on him. The knight subsequently set off on a difficult and punishing quest to remove his armor and in the process, he rediscovered his true self and the meaning of life.
I absolutely love this story because I can relate to it so well. The rusty armor is a metaphor for the masks that we put on in life. Our masks protect us but they also prevent others and especially ourselves from seeing the real us.
Most of us have adopted social masks for so long that we believe we are those masks. But the fact is we aren't.
We were all born with the greatest potentials but along the way, most of us sell ourselves short. The Knight in Rusty Armor also touches on the theme of love, and advocates the timeless saying that in order to love others, we must love ourselves first. I know… because they have already touched mine.The Knight in Rusty Armor is a novella by Robert Fisher.
It tells the tale of a knight obsessed with being a knight, so much so that he spends all his time in his armor and completely alienates his family. Personal Improvement: Book Summary: "The Knight in Rusty Armor" by Robert Fisher Posted by kevinb on 4/4/17 ( reads) The book, written 30 years ago, includes a Forward which sums it up nicely: This is a lighthearted tale of a desperate knight in search of his true self.
In The Knight in Rusty Armor, the author, Robert Fisher, skillfully uses the wit and humor he mastered during his long and distinguished career writing for such comedy greats as Groucho Marx, Bob Hope, George Burns, Jack Benny, Red Skelton, Alan King, and Lucille Ball.
Mr. Fisher has radio and 1, TV shows to his credit, including episodes of Alice, Good Times, All in the Family,The Jeffersons, and /5().
The knight in the rusty armor - published in by Robert Fisher - is a beautiful and short story that leaves a positive message to all readers. It speaks of knowing oneself and of going through many obstacles to achieve peace and happiness. Wondrous Items.
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