King Arthur: An Epic Hero

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“All men make mistakes but a good man yields when he knows his course is wrong and repairs the evil.” (Sophocles) While many have heard and or read about king Arthur, some may not know of all that he has done. Although those who have read into depth on this interesting character, many are able to agree, that not only is he very intriguing but somewhat real. (Even though the tale is fictional) From the moment that he pulled out excalibur from the stone, until the moment that his son had killed him. King Arthur has the reader on the edge of their seat wondering what he will be up to next. King Arthur is a very interesting character because of his leadership, the fact he faces real world problems as well, and he is an epic hero. First of all,…show more content…
It didn’t matter if he had just met you or if you knew each other for years, he always made your happiness a priority for him. Even if he was having the worst day, he just pushed away his problems just to see how others were doing.I remember one time when I had a friend that I had just introduced to him, and she was going through a breakup. He stayed up all night with her trying to help her and comfort her. While it didn’t do much she still appreciated everything that he did for her. Or another time I can recall was when I had an ex-boyfriend call me and he was saying that he was depressed and wanted to kill himself. Well I wasn’t sure what to say to him so I had Erick talk to him over the phone, and even after my Ex sat there and called him just about every name in the book, he tried being there for him, telling him that he knew what it was like, but that God works in mysterious ways and life will get better you just have to try, and never give up. I remember asking him why he always did that, and he answered with, “I know what it’s like to feel alone and miserable and I always wished that someone would’ve been there for me, so I want to be able to show people that there is hope in this world and that someone will be there.” He still remained to be this caring even after we had found out about his illness. It even seemed like he was trying
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