The Princess Bride and Don Quijote Book

The Story of the Self-created Hero? Both The Princess Bride and Don Quijote present rather unorthodox heroes, many of whom take on multiple guises often indicating a kind of transformation (ie. Alonso Quijano into Don Quijote or Westley into the Man in Black or the Dread Pirate Roberts or Fezzik and Inigo going from bad guys to good guys or possibly even Buttercup). A traditional hero often undertakes a dangerous journey in order to accomplish some particular goal. What their goal is and how they conduct themselves in striving for it often indicates some basic values and hopes, which the times or some change might have put in peril. You want to consider all of this as you put together a profile of a hero from one of the texts, considering their values, hopes, and goals as an indication of what kind of hero they are, particularly in light of how successful they are (or how the text has us understand success for the hero).

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