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  • "The Odyssey" by Homer an epic hero

    Odysseus as an Epic Hero In the book The Odyssey by Homer, the main character, Odysseus, is depicted as being...

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  • The Odyssey Epic Hero

    When one hears the word "hero", what first comes to mind is usually a fictional character created by a comic book company or a children's book....

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  • Epic Hero - the Odyssey

    An epic hero is a figure of great, larger-than-life stature where his most remarkable traits are those valued by his culture. The...

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  • Epic Hero Analysis (Odyssey)

    Honors English 9 Epic Hero Analysis What does it take to be an epic hero? To be an...

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  • Hero Archetypes and Epic Conventions in the Odyssey and Beowulf

    Hero Archetypes and Epic Conventions in The Odyssey and Beowulf It is remarkable how closely one...

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  • 'Consider the nature of heroism in epic poetry. How does the role of the hero relate to the society that produced him? How is the idea of the hero questioned?'

    using The Odyssey by Homer and Aechylus: The Oresteian Trilogy, Agamemnon. 'Consider the nature of heroism in epic poetry....

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  • Discusses the characteristics of the Ancient Hero, defines the specific features of the epic genre.

    Ancient Hero Homer's epic poems the Iliad and the Odyssey created a classical setting for Greek Heroes. The poems...

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  • Odysseus, An Epic Hero - How Odysseus fulfills all of the traits of an epic hero and how he goes through the hero's journey

    just a few of the characteristics of an epic hero. One such hero is Odysseus, the central character of the...

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  • How Does Society Define What Is Deviant?

    How does society define what is deviant? Any conception of deviance that we can know of is never agreed upon by...

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  • How Does Your Client Define Value

     How does your client define value ? What value do they offer to their customers What value do they hope/plan to...

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  • how does miller present Joe as a tragic hero

    How does Miller present Joe Keller as a tragic hero In All My Sons? Joe Keller is a man who loves and values his...

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  • How Hubris effected Odysseus in the epic poem, the Odyssey, writen by Homer.

    person's view of the world, much like a funhouse mirror. Hubris is a characteristic of the protagonist, Odysseus, in the epic poem, The...

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  • How Does You Race, Religion, Nationality, Gender and Culture Define You?

    How does you race, religion, nationality, gender and culture define you? If we were stripped of our day-to-day...

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  • How Does Geography Continue to Define and Influence the People Across the Globe?

    How does geography continue to define and influence the people across the globe? What is geography? It is the...

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  • How does the Juvenile Justice system define the 'norm' for mainstream youth?

    1.How does the Juvenile Justice system (or the Education System) define the 'norm' for mainstream youth? What...

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  • How and Why Does Macbeth Turn from War Hero Into Evil Murderer?

    In particular reference to Act One, How and why does Macbeth turn from war hero into evil murderer? ‘Macbeth,’ a...

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  • Fate of Sundiata – How Does a Hero Fulfill His Meant-to-Be Life

    Fate of Sundiata – How Does a Hero Fulfill His Meant-to-be Life Heroes always play important roles in almost...

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  • How does the poem “The poet as Hero” suggest a change in attitude by the poet?

    How does the poem “The poet as Hero” suggest a change in attitude by the poet? Siegfied Sassoon’s poem ‘ The Poet...

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  • The Long-Suffering and Self-Pitying Odysseus. The Odyssey by Homer This essay anaylyzes Odysses' character and his worth as an epic hero.

    being alive and well (and seduced nightly) is still a much more favorable outcome than what his crew encountered. His selfishness only lets him see...

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  • How closely does Hamlet match Aristotle's definition of a tragic hero? Can he be accepted as a modern tragic hero?

    Macbeth, and also Hamlet, which is regarded as one of the greatest tragedies of all time. Not only does it contain multifarious themes and...

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