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Additional Readings: Heroes and Heroines

Carroll, Michael.  "The Trickster as Selfish-Buffoon and Culture Hero."  Ethos.  12.2 (1984): 105 131.  JSTOR. Web.

Chang, Huang-Ming, et al. "From Mythology to Psychology: Identifying Archetypal Symbols in Movies." Technoetic Arts: A Journal of Speculative Research 11.2 (2013): 99-113. Academic Search Premier. Web.

Fritzsche, Sonja. "Keep The Home Fires Burning: Fairy Tale Heroes And Heroines In An East German Heimat." German Politics & Society 30.4 (2012): 45-72. Academic Search Premier. Web.

House, Jeff. "Sweeney Among the Archetypes: The Literary Hero in American Culture." Journal of American Culture 16.4 (1993): 65. Academic Search Premier. Web.

Klapp, Orrin. “The Clever Hero”. The Journal of American Folklore. 67.263 (1954): 21-34. JSTOR. Web.

Lundell, Torborg. “Folktale Heroines and the Type and Motif Indexes.” Folklore 94.2 (1983): 240-246. JSTOR. Web.

Malphrus, Ellen. "’The Prince of Tides’ as Archetypal Hero Quest." Southern Literary Journal 39.2 (2007): 100-118. Academic Search Premier. Web.

Veen, Steve Vander. "The Consumption of Heroes and the Hero Hierarchy of Effects." Advances in Consumer Research 21.1 (1994): 332-336. Business Source Complete. Web.

Williams, Shawn. "The People's Champion: Muhammad Ali and The Tradition of the African American Folk Hero." Conference Papers -- Association For The Study Of African American Life & History (2007): 40. Academic Search Premier. Web.

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