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    Cause and Affect

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    I wasn’t looking for military specific situations where we are trained to react a certain way. I wanted a story about a situation that wasn’t planned out in detail with back-up plans to back-up plans. I also didn’t want to personify myself as the hero. The stories related to me, by friends and coworkers, seemed selfish, as did my own. Americans have a culture of selfishness; we only help others if a direct and predictably favorable result is expected. No matter how trivial the task at hand is

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    When one thinks of a hero, what comes to mind? Is that hero tall, muscular, handsome, and noble? The image of a small Chinese woman typically does not come to mind, but as Thomas Foster says in How To Read Literature Like A Professor, in literature, anything is possible. In The Woman Warrior, Brave Orchid, who is the narrator’s mother, goes on to practice medicine, deliver infants, guide others in the right direction, and strive to be the strongest, most righteous woman in her Chinese Culture. After

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    To Kill a Mockingbird

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    guaranteed to lose the battle, demonstrations his heroicness. Although many of the other characters in the novel exhibit innumerable heroic characteristics, Atticus is the most significant hero due to his sense of justice, his immense courage, and his love and respect for humanity. For starters, Atticus Finch is a hero due to his sense of justice and integrity. In the book To Kill a Mockingbird, this is evidenced when Atticus attempts to secure the release of an innocent black man named Tom Robinson,

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    The Red Badge of Courage

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    provided. Henry appears to be around the age of seventeen when he enlisted in the war. He does not seem like a typical war man. My depiction of Henry is that he is a scrawny, lanky young man who has all these romantic thoughts about war; he wants to be a hero. I envision him having dark brown hair that hangs around his face. Also, I envision him to having baby blue eyes because he appears to be innocent and to me blue eyes represent innocence. Overall, Henry ...

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    What is A Hero?

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    be in any form, in any way. Everyone has a hero, and everyone is a hero. A hero has been expounded in different varieties. Many people search for a hero for their entire lives, but a hero can just be right in front of them. Heroism can be seen within an act, a phrase, or a feeling. A hero can force many people to do the better, for them, and everyone surrounding their life. Everyone has different variations of a hero, some people have the same hero. A hero might not be the highest one of all, but they

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    on his own. Macbeth and Hitler are similar in the way they are viewed by the common people. In the beginning of Macbeth, Macbeth can be seen as a leader. A brave war hero who is loved by many people. He was also a good servant to the king. Similarly, Hitler was also decorated for his bravery during WW1 and was considered a war hero. Hitler sought to right the wrongs of WW1 and bring glory back to the german people. He became a profound public speaker which helped him gain notoriety for his speeches

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    My Hero

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    more than the individuals hero. Growing up, my friends and I would idolize star athletes and movie stars, simply because we wanted to be one of them. As time passed and I grew older, I found out what a real hero was. My father seemed to fit that title well. My father has every quality necessary for that of a heroic individual. From teaching me how to play sports, to teaching me the ropes of being a man, he has had an impact on every part of my life. I believe that a hero is someone who can have a

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    What Defines a Hero

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    A hero, what is a hero? A hero is a person, typically a man, who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. Heroes usually go about their business until they are called upon for help in taking down a villain or saving someone from a dangerous situation that a person might get into, for example a person getting stuck in a hole with a broken leg and the hole is filling up with water. Then there are the superheroes that save the city from an evil mastermind like

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    A True Hero

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    Recently, students of Olympian High School have stumbled upon the question, "What is a hero?" In the school's 2013 Young Minds Essay Contest, students are expected to consider universal concerns and ideas. Many times when people think of a hero, they think of Superman, Batman, and many other Marvel characters who display unattainable superpowers. However, heroes are prevalent throughout the world. A hero can be anyone who has the desire to help others, brave in dangerous situations, and does not

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    If you asked someone who their hero was, most likely they would respond with their mom, dad, grandpa, or aunt. In the books, a hero is defined as; a person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. That being said, I feel like a hero shouldn’t be someone you see on a daily basis. What’s so outstanding about that? Wether it’s someone dead or famous, to me, a hero should be someone who is extraordinary. Maybe your mom or dad is extraordinary to you, but

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