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What it is to be a hero in American Literature.
What exactly does it mean to be an American? This question has thousands of possible answers, all depending on the person. It is difficult to answer though, according to separate pieces of literature when one's own opinion might differ. However, according to many novels and plays, to be an American, especially an American Hero, is to work an entire lifetime to reach the American Dream, then fall just short, all the wasted tears and effort in vain. The fourth stage of the hero's journey is never reached.
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