Our Twisted Hero Han Character Analysis

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"A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to preserve and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles." This quote is by Christopher Reeve and it connects to the novel our Twisted Hero because of the main character and protagonist Han going against the antagonist Om. First off, Han tries to stand up for himself and kind of also the students even if it doesn't end up the way he thinks it will. This has to do with the incident of Han trying to let the tech her know about all of Om's misdeeds because the students are too scared to tell him themselves. What Han does is tell the teacher for the students to say everything when Om isn't in the room so they can speak up without being scared but instead they all end up writing bad stuff about Han rather than about Om. With all this even though it gets a little bit harder for him he still believes that all Om's misdeeds will come out eventually. Secondly, Han started realizing that maybe things were just getting worse and he also realized he had no friends. Things were just being the same after the lighter incident which also had to do with letting out Om's misdeeds but now the students were somewhat bullying him and not …show more content…
The class has a big clean up day for inspection and Han automatically thinks this is his chance since he'll be with Om and the whole class. Everybody got their own jobs of what to clean and Han had to clean some of the windows along with other students, once he thought he was done he called Om to check it off that he was done but he kept making Han clean them over and over again even when his were way cleaner than the other which he has checked off and told them they were done. After when Han stays by himself re-cleaning the windows when the whole class comes back from a little trip Om finally tells Han that the windows are okay now and checks him

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