Accountability, Happiness, And Freedom In Alan Moore's V For Vendetta

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INTRODUCTION V for Vendetta is the graphic novel written by Alan Moore and again illustrated by David Lloyd and published by Vertigo. In the play they depict the dystopian and the post apocalyptic near future history version of the United Kingdom in the 1990s. The comics itself follow its tittle the character and protagonist V and an anarchist revolutionary dressed in a Guy Fawkes mask, as he begins to an elaborate and theatrical revolutionist that campaign to murder his former captors, bring down the government and again convince the people to rule themselves and in while inspiring young women. Major Themes Personal Accountability, Happiness, and Freedom The primary an ideological which battle throughout the novel is Fascism and Anarchy, but the true struggle lies deeper than that. What we really is at the heart of the narrative and the importance of the personal accountability on the part of the individual, and in a grander scope, on the part of collective. Freedom is an easy when it isn’t challenged; when it is a considered right,as we take it for granted. However, in times when fascism comes into power and freedoms are threatened, and one must fight for their freedom at all costs or abdicate hence allowing those who threaten it to take it from us. The message of the novel is that we must always strive for freedom, and even if that freedom is dangerous. The most prominent example is that the idea of the last inch of oneself that put forth by the character of

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