Heroes and Villains
Hercules, Jesus, James Bond, Luke Skywalker, Gandalf, Frodo, Harry Potter, Buffy Summers, Spiderman, Batman, Captain Kirk, Dr. Who, Darth Vader, Sauron, Voldemort, Lex Luthor, Dr. Doom, the Daleks, the Borg. Almost anybody living in the developed West would be able to group these individuals into two camps: the heroes and the villains. However, what criteria they may use to do this is less clear.
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A Jedi uses the Force for knowledge and defence , never for attack . 21 The
villain coerces , imposes and seeks to destroy anything that it cannot bend to its
will . The hero takes the more dangerous path , the one that always runs the risk
of self ...
GEORGE : I said I wish I ' d never been born . 3 George is granted his hasty wish
and lives , for a short time , in a world in which he had never before existed . In
this George - less world - perhaps overly emphasised for effect - all is not well .
BUFFY : But we never . . . ANGEL : We never win . BUFFY : Not completely .
ANGEL : We never will . That ' s not why we fight . We do it ' cause there ' s things
worth fighting for . 14 The old adage ' all that is required for evil to flourish is for
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Myth and Imagination
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