Nov 03, 2004"Ben faced round, and looked steadily at Sam. He felt that he would far rather work for Deacon Pitkin, in spite of his meager table, or toil twelve hours a day in his uncle's shoe-shop, than accept such a place as was now offered him. He penetrated Sam's motive, and felt incensed with him, though he did not choose to show it."
- 'The Young Explorer' by Horatio Alger
Ben has attitude, he gets mad, yet he is able to control his anger.