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An Antihero is the protoganist of the story that isn't your stereotypical hero. They are usually showing flaws and poor moral values that the stereotypical heros don't show.
Raskalnikov from Crime and Punishment is a great example of an antihero since the author displays him as a lost young man perhaps suffering from a mental disease, despite having killed two innocent people.
Example 1: "The blow fell; the mare staggered, sank back, tried to pull, but the bar fell again with a swinging blow on her back and she fell on the ground like a log." (Part 1, Chapter 5)
Example 2: "I did not bow down to you, I bowed down to all the suffering of humanity," he said wildly and walked away to the window." (Part 4, Chapter 4)
Example 3: "They say it is necessary for me to suffer! What's the object of these senseless sufferings? Shall I know any better what they are for, when I am crushed by hardships and idiocy, and weak as an old man after twenty years' penal servitude?" (Part 6, Chapter 8)
Example 4: "But that is the beginning of a new story – the story of the gradual renewal of a man, the story of his gradual regeneration, of his passing from one world into another." (Epilogue, Part 2)
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