Analysis Of The Fifty-First Dragon By Heywood Broun

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Believing in yourself is better than believing in false hopes or actions. This can happen because being self-confident is greater than believing in something that is not true. In the Fifty-First Dragon by Heywood Broun, Gawaine le Coeur-Hardy gets sent to kill dragons and gets a fake magic word to protect him from dragons. This word boosts his self-confidence because he believes he can do anything when he can say that word. This word gave Gawaine more confidence in the end of the story when he realized it was fake. Gawaine is a student at knight school. He is not very useful and therefore is not fit to be in battle. Because of this, the headmaster of the knight school decides to train him to kill dragons. “Of all the pupils at the knight school,

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