Snape

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  • Villain Like Attributes
  • Avada Kedavra
  • The Dark Side
  • The Purpose
  • I love you Lily.
  • The anti-hero is a central character who lacks natural heroic attributes such as trustworthiness and courage. Some of them show traits that cause them to be shown like a villain. They have traits such as conceitedness, immorality, rebellion, and dishonesty. These attributes are a sign that the author does not intend for the audience to admire the protagonist. Snape was sorted into the Slytherin House at Hogwarts and developed a passion for Dark Arts. He became involved with bullies in his house and joined the Death Eaters.
  • Selfish Desires
  • Mwahaha... I have come to kill you Harry Potter!!!
  • Many anti-heroes appear to be on the side of the villains. Throughout the seven books, Snape was portrayed as the betrayer-the bad guy. He was known as an important supporter and follower of Voldemort and was a Death Eater.
  • The Truth
  • I have always cared for you Harry. Even though it may not seem like it.
  • Anti-heroes have something that they’re fighting for- a reason they eventually show their true colors. Snape had loved Lily since they had first met, but because of the rivalries between their houses, their relationship was soon broken apart. However, his future actions that ultimately establish his role as the anti-hero are because of the love he has for her.
  • Redemption
  • After all this time?
  • Many of these protagonists perform their actions in return for a prize or revenge. Anti-heroes at some point do make the right choices. However, the reason behind those choices vary. Usually they don’t do it for the good of everyone- but for themselves. Snape didn’t give his life just to protect the students, it was mainly for his revenge- to avenge Lily’s death. He wanted to defeat Voldemort not because what he was doing was wrong, but because he had killed the one person he loved.
  • The anti-hero is usually portrayed as the villain the entire way through. However, when the truth is uncovered, the story becomes quite different. In the books, Snape is shown as a Death Eater, but he was also a member of the Order of the Phoenix and a double agent in the Second Wizarding War. He prevented Voldemort from discovering his true loyalties. It is revealed that his love for Lily caused him to redeem himself and he had dedicated his life to protecting her, and after her death, her son.
  • Although anti-heroes seem similar to villains, what sets them apart is that eventually, anti-heroes will listen to their hearts and make the right decisions. At the end, Snape showed his true colors and gave his life to save Harry.
  • Always...
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