Those types of stereotypes are usually negative and they stretch out the truth. A stereotype that has been exaggerated by television shows and movies are that male officers are perceived as corrupt individuals, who are intimidating because they are big and muscular. Additionally, male officers are strict and in the offender’s face. This is untrue because being in the offender’s face is only seen movies and it does nothing to assist the offender.. The reason why a male officer is strict is because there are certain guidelines that they have to follow depending on the offense.
This is the archetype that has the “basic, primitive animal instincts...behaviors that society considers evil and immoral…[that] must be restrained...If not, society will likely punish us.”(Cite Textbook). Bruce is a character who is aware of these instincts and behaviors. However, he cannot completely restrain or suppress them, so he channels them to the Batman persona. Using this persona he gives into these instincts. Anger and rage are basic instincts that society does not look kindly upon.
Batman is considered good because he would do anything for Gotham but not a hero the Batman is an outlaw or vigilante. by this I mean Batman doesn 't care about what 's good and what 's bad it goes with his morals and beliefs. batman respects everyone who lives in Gotham.Even though Harvey could have been the hero of Gotham, Batman was more presentable and the protector
This makes Anakin seem admirable and good because of the fact that he’s the chosen one. The second trait of a tragic hero is that, “The tragic hero must have a flaw” (Aristotle’s Traits of a Tragic Hero). This flaw that Anakin had was love. A jedi knight is prohibited to marry or be in love because it would cause greed, leading them to make actions based on love and not common sense. Love is a very powerful emotion and can create or destroy life.
While Jason has forsaken his old life and turned to a life of crime, he does not fit the definition of insanity. Insanity is a mental illness where “a person cannot distinguish fantasy from reality, cannot conduct her/his affairs due to psychosis, or is subject to uncontrollable impulsive behavior. Insanity is distinguished from low intelligence or mental deficiency due to age or injury” (Legal Dictionary). Jason is capable of distinguishing fantasy from reality, while remaining highly intelligent and calculating in his fights against Batman and opposing crime-lord, Black Mask. While he may exhibit some symptoms of insanity, he is far from incapable While Jason is originally portrayed as being a merciless crime-lord, he does still have moral values.
Being an albino had multiple setbacks because people were more fascinated by his rare condition and less intrigued by knowing him as a person. To cope with this Griffin wanted to surround himself with his work, this is seen when he expresses, “‘...but, as a rule, I like to be alone and undisturbed’”(Wells 13). For most people being alone is not ideal, but that is all Griffin wanted. From his point of view the world is a cruel place where very few people
Herold did help a murderer; however, he is like everyone, in that he is susceptible to violent threats. For this reason, Herold did not deserve a conviction with a capital sentence; the punishment was far too severe, and does not fit the crime. Herold’s actions are understandable; he was stressed to Booth out of fear and pressure from him, he didn’t
Furthermore, Victor is not able to physically compete with the creature and he fails to act in that moment when both the violent elements of the storm and the crippling rage he feels for his brother’s murderer affect him, making him the more human of the two - the more susceptible to emotion and weakness. I would argue that the creature’s lack of weaknesses as well as his unaccountable strength leads to his inevitable condemnation as the monster of the story, because he is the least relatable, and the most
What makes joker a great villain is that The Joker is the exact opposite Batman, he is the foil of Batman because Batman doesn 't kill because of his morality, but joker has no morality. Joker has no feel for human life, he finds laughter from the pain and suffering from the people around him. Batman cares for the people who are closest to him, Batman would risk his life to ensure the safety of his friends but the joker doesn 't care for the life of the woman that he calls "pudding" a nickname that only a lover would get. Unlike Batman the joker doesn 't have a motive "I 'm like a dog chasing cars, I wouldn 't know what to do with one if I caught it...I just do things" The Joker. With the mentality that he just does things for doing them, we can notice that he is a deranged lunatic.
The grotesque psychopathic nature of the characters in Flannery O’Connor’s, “A Good Man Is Hard to Find,” ironically shows how a good man does not truly exist through the revelation and proclamation of what characteristics a good man possess. In the story The Misfit shows characteristics of a psychopath by escaping prison and killing an innocent family. However, The Misfit isn’t the only character in the short story to show psychopathic tendencies. The grandma also shows some characteristics of a psychopath because she does not care or show remorse for her family who was brutally murdered right