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Each person has his or her own ideas for who is a hero or a villain some persons evil sinister madmen may be some other persons hero or role model In any case there are similarities shared with them both The following examples of writing show how the author can portray a hero or a villain Using techniques in writing like irony setting and plot an author can make a character or a real life person seem like Superman or Dr Evil Mark Singer uses irony in portraying Errol Morris This is a good technique especially for writing about Morris who is so ironic It adds humor and is easier to read it is also easier to like the subject Some authors will be bias and show the reader a one sided story others will use panegyric techniques Heros and villains have similarities and differences according to how the author has chosen to write about them that will determine how they are viewed Mark Singer displays Errol Morris as a very smart and unusual character in this biography He writes about humorous events that have taken place in Morris life By adding that humor it makes a person want to keep reading An example of this humor is the HBO interview when Morris was pitching a show Mark Singer is bringing up good topics and keeping things interesting all the way up to the punch line then he starts a new paragraph and moves on Keeping it new and interesting and worth reading Singer shows that Errol is worth reading about in the first paragraph The James Valez piece does not use irony it would not be appropriate This boys life was hell on earth he felt he had bugs all over him This article shows how an author can be dead serious and keep a readers interest
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