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    This suggests that, despite the real or potential good that a character does, he is flawed and often acts in ways that lead to his downfall or to his transformation. Gilgamesh is this kind of hero. In the story The Epic of Gilgamesh, the main or title character has a hard time dealing with this experience. Initially, he is portrayed as a very self-confident, arrogant, and prideful individual. Many might get distracted with this side of him and may become blind to the hero that he truly is. Yet, through tragedy, adventure, and morality, Gilgamesh finds himself and becomes a very humble, determined, and selfless man. Gilgamesh is a demigod, so he felt like nothing could stop him from greatness. In the story, Gilgamesh and Enkidu were enemies until they realize their abilities were compatible so they became a team of stronger and unstoppable demigods. The bond between the two become stronger, and they became the best of friends. Enkidu tragic death really changes Gilgamesh’s view on life. In the story, Gilgamesh states, “I have grown afraid of death, so I roam the steppe, [m]y friend’s case weighs heavy upon me (line 193-195).” As a consequence of witnessing the death of his friend, whose strength and sustainability he compared to his own. Gilgamesh loses some of his confidence, become fearful that he might experience death as well. In this moment, Gilgamesh noticed that he must find immorality in order to live forever. Gilgamesh attempting to reclaim his confidence, his pride,…

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    Gilgamesh Vs Beowulf

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    Beowulf the mighty hero who saved Hrothgar and his people from a certain death. But he's not the only epic hero there is out there. There are heroes such as Gilgamesh, Achilles, Aeneas, Hercules, and Odysseus. Who are all strong and mighty warriors. But even thought they were all the same type of hero they are all different. Now I will tell you the aspects of all of those men and how they are alike and different from Beowulf. Let's start with Gilgamesh. Beowulf and Gilgamesh are both heroes…

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    Beowulf is known to be an epic tale of heroism, and danger. In the time of the Anglo-Saxons the tale talks about epic battles with demons, dragons and much more. (The British Library, “Beowulf” 2014) Aside from just battles we see honor in the form of funerals and friendships. The poem though unsure of the specific time invented has been passed down from generation to generation, molding the minds of its listener.(Encyclopedia Britannica, “Beowulf”) Beowulf has changed modern views of heroism,…

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    Odysseus Demigod Analysis

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    The Odyssey is a mere mortal but many people confuse him with being a demigod. Typically, a demigod is a great war hero and many come to admire him. Odysseus grew up around the influence of the gods. When the gods come down to Earth they make children with mortals, resulting in a half god and half mortal offspring known as a demigod. Most of these demigods contain the powers of their god parents. Such as Perseus, offspring of Poseidon, he was able to control water, much like his father but to a…

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    I have just read a book called ‘’Percy Jackson The Demigod Files’’ by Rick Riordan and I thought it was a very interesting book and it is one of the best books I have read. There were three different storys in the book but all of them were about Percy Jackson. Percy is the main charahter in the book and he is the son of Poseidon and his mother is a mortal human. Since his father is immortal and his mother is a mortal human, that makes him a demigod/half-blood. Percy appears to live a normal…

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    Demigod Artemis is the goddess that many fear and respected, she is not only a though lady but she out smarted her opponents. Artemis was born on the remote Island of Delos. Daughter of Zeus God of the sky and Leto a normal woman. Artemis loves to hunt and is the best at doing it, nobody is a match for her on one v one combat against her. She uses a lot of strategy again her opponent and also to hunt. She has a brilliant way to look at strategizing, that is why she one of the cleverest demigods…

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    Short Story Of Demigod

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    This is the story of the demigods who die and live every day. Some of them are destined to do great things but their fate is usually twisted by the evils that lurk around every corner and they are killed before they even realize their true personality. Sometimes they meet their godly parent while sometimes not. The stronger a demigod is the more the chances are he will get caught by the monsters and will be killed. The same goes for the demigod who has a strong heritage. The demigods live hard…

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    The House Of Hades Essay

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    Rating On a scale from 1 to 5, I give The House of Hades a rating of 4. There were many interesting parts and there were some parts that I tried not to fall asleep on. Some of the interesting parts were when Percy Jackson and Annabeth Chase were in Tartarus fighting monsters, slowly dying. They are met with past enemies and make unforeseen alliances. In the Prophecy of Seven, one of the lines say, “And foes bear arms to the Doors of Death”. Their foes in the story are Bob the Titan, AKA…

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    The House Of Hades

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    The House of Hades Do you like the Greek and Roman gods? If you do, this book is for you. This book is about nine demigods that are helping the gods fight the titans and the giants. The demigods have to cross over the Atlantic into Greece where the titans and giants come up from the underworld. This is a thrilling book that is a good read for all ages. The main characters in this book are Jason, Piper, Percy, Annabeth, Frank, Hazel, Leo, Nico, and Coach Hedge. This story takes place in present…

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    of novels by American author Rick Riordan. The series of novels is a combination of fantasy and mythological elements that make for some of the most entertaining mish mash of narratives. The novels are made up of narratives that describe the conflict between Roman and Greek demigods and the earth goddess, Gaea. The novels have a lot of Roma mythological elements in addition to several characters not found in the previous series. The Lost Hero the first novel in the series was first published…

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