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History and literature have taught us many of things and almost all of those little facts tie-in somehow to a value or moral Just about everything in history tells us about values and most of them are worth dying for In literature everything that is taught or written for that matter has been influenced by history and therefore deals with values What does every story need A protagonist an antagonist and a climax are the big three in a story What makes a protagonist I believe that a protagonist is just a man or woman who has morals and is willing to put him or herself in danger for those values Basically every work of literature has to do with values at least worth receiving some sort of injury for In Romeo and Juliet for instance the value of love superceded the outcome of death They Romeo and Juliet had such strong morals that they didnt care what else happened as long as they had each other That in my mind is the definition of values something you believe in enough worth dying for So there is no value if someone is not willing to die for it That is why Romeo and Juliet is one of the most critically renowned works of art Because not only does it deal with love and the forces trying to kill it but also the strong moral background that appears in the whole play Henry the V is a key example of a man with strong morals He was not only willing to die for his beliefs but he was also willing to kill his friend for his beliefs I could tell that Henry V was willing to die for his beliefs because he always led the charge against the enemy He also made a martyr of one of his old friends because he disobeyed an order Henry V had such strong beliefs that no temptation could deteriorate
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