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Martin Luther King - a True Hero

Summary: Discusses the life and work of American civil rights activist, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Describes the classic archetypal hero. Explores how King epitomizes the archetype.
An archetypal hero is an ideal figure with extensive amounts of bravery and heart. Additionally, there are many qualities or archetypes one can fulfill to express their heroism. Martin Luther King's Jr. was a man of great ambition. He had a dream of granting civil rights to colored people; eliminating poverty and war; and doing this all nonviolently. King's utter passion significantly helped him achieve his dream. On the journey to reaching his goal, and after King accomplished many of the heroic archetypes. Therefore, one can consider Martin Luther King Jr. an archetypal hero.

The first archetype that Martin Luther King Jr. achieved was, " When a hero dies he is rewarded spiritually." Although not spiritually rewarded, King was rewarded; fifteen years after his death. He was given his own holiday in honor of his courage, wisdom and strength. His words and ideas drastically...

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