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Characteristics of an Epic Hero Example
Ažurirano: 3/12/2019
Characteristics of an Epic Hero Example
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Hercules as Epic Hero

Epic Hero

Rebecca Ray

Protagonists come in many varieties. Some are relatable and easy to identify with. Others are constantly struggling and easy to sympathize with. An archetypal protagonist is the "Epic Hero", a character with impressive qualities who completes awe-inspiring deeds. This lesson helps students identify and understand the epic hero in literature.




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  • KING
  • NOBLE BIRTH
  • BATTLE OF TROY
  • SUPERHUMAN CAPABILITIES
  • MEDITERRANEAN SEA
  • VAST TRAVELER
  • DEFEATS THE CYCLOPS
  • UNMATCHED WARRIOR
  • NAME IS KNOWN TO THE PHAEACIANS
  • CULTURAL LEGEND
  • NOT A BRAGGART
  • HUMILITY
  • ENEMY IS POSEIDON
  • BATTLES SUPERNATURAL FOES
  • Odysseus is born the King of Ithaca. As King, he is well-known in his kingdom, has a beautiful queen, and has a son.
  • Before his primary journey, he fought in the battle of Troy. During this war, ​he showed courage and cunning as he fought and defeated the Trojans.
  • While Odysseus​ struggles to get home, he made wide-ranging travels to different islands. He encountered many different races of people, gods, and monsters.
  • During his time trapped in Polyphemus' cave, he devised a plan that showed his true cunning and strength. With this plan, Odysseus was able​ to help his men escape from certain death.
  • Towards the end of his journey, ​he landed on the island of the Phaeacians who knew of King Odysseus and his struggle to go home. This aided him because they agreed to give him safe passage to Ithaca.
  • Several times in his journey, Odysseus proved to be humble: most notably when he went to the Land of the Dead to receive the prophecy to get home.
  • The major cause of Odysseus' struggle to return to Ithaca came from the god Poseidon. Throughout his journey, Poseidon thwarted Odysseus in revenge for stabbing out the eye of his son, the Cyclops Polyphemus.
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