Heroes become more and more the personal perception of an individual. In Chaucer's Prologue, the knight is the common definition of a hero, but he is not the only one. Every individual in our known world has a different definition of a hero, and it is
only through that personal realization that a true personal hero may emerge. Young children mature in a world where they are placed in front of the idiot box and begin to view the world from a perverted and very different perspective to the generation before them, rendering them to view people with perverted ideals. They have different methods
of reasoning that lead to the changing roles of heroes within the human race.
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