Hero Essay | Defining Heroes and Villians in Literature, Pop Culture, and Current Events

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Defining Heroes and Villians in Literature, Pop Culture, and Current Events

Summary: The terms "heroes" and "villians" can mean different things in different situations. This essay looks how they can be defined using examples in literature, current events, and pop culture.
To define a hero or villain is difficult as the label applies to such a diverse group"

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The terms hero and villain have no finite definition as there is not one single attribute that a person has that can immediately cast them into one category or the other. A hero could be brave, beautiful, intelligent, strong, moralistic, a martyr, fearless in battle, a fighter for a cause or a combination of all of these and a villain could be evil, cheeky, rude, vulgar, immoral, violent or possess a mixture of these characteristics. It is also important to note that the line between hero and villain can be blurred, due to either cultural perspectives or...

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