The Irony of Being A Hero Heroes played many roles in Greek mythology, where several people were tried and admired in a variety of ways. The Greeks consider heroes as people who go on an extraordinary journey, completing an impossible task, and being courageous. According to the Webster's Dictionary, the definition of a hero is a man who is admired for his achievements and qualities, but the definition varies in the perspective of different individuals.
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Atalanta did initiate the thought of women being capable of being independent, they consider her as a villain. The motifs of heroic myths in Greek Mythology contain heroes that can be considered as heroes or villains. Many Greek people made the appearance of these heroes to be what they wanted to be as role models. Looking back at these characters, people notice many flaws in them that questions their stature as a heroes.
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