Keely in "Hero of Lesser Causes" Essay | Keely in "Hero of Lesser Causes"

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Keely in "Hero of Lesser Causes"

Summary: An analysis of the character Keely Conner in the book Hero of Lesser Causes by Julie Johnston. Keely's courage, determination, and openness make her not only a real person, but also suited to the book's title.
Essay for "Hero of Lesser Causes" - Keely

Through her courage, determination and openness, Keely Conner becomes a real person. In her crusade to save Patrick, she learns more about herself and what a hero is.

Keely is the most real person in this story. Like everyone does, she has a lot of dreams. In the beginning of the story, she wishes to be a hero who can spur the horse and gallops in the town. So she is eager to ride horses and always wish to do something great ----- such as find Peggy's lost fiancé. Her "hero dream" also makes her save her brother, Patrick, and realizes now what is important to her in the real world. Keely is not perfect who often makes funny mistakes, but she means good. For example, she always tries to be mature so that she can...

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