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When one has read the book carefully one will agree that Molina is more a tragic hero than a melodramatic heroine Hes disastrous or tragic in the way that hes a victim of society and that he hides himself from the real world by telling movies and imagining that hes the heroine in the movie Molina would rather believe hes this heroine than confront the real world He thinks that these movies are more interesting than reality Because he hides from he real world and because he doesnt get accepted as a womanheroine Molina is considered a tragic heroOne of the reasons why Molina is disastrous is because he simply hides himself from the world beyond his prison cell by imagining hes one of the heroines in the stories he tells to his cell mate Valentin A clear example of this is when Molina is telling the story in chapter 3 Molina imagines that hes the cabaret dancer that finds this beautiful German Officer where she falls in love with and later goes out with Molina would love to have a beautiful man to take care of him but he knows that there is a very slim change that that will ever happen to him so he just tells his movie to Valentin whilst escaping the real world and escaping to his little imaginative world 1Probably the two biggest disasters that overcome Molina are the illness of his mother that he cares so much about and that he actually gets killed near the end of the book Molina really loves and cares about his mother 2 He is actually really fond of her and he would do everything to leave prison and to take care of her He knows that the only possibility to get out of jail is is to spy on Valentin and try to get as much information out of him as possible about his political group He knows that this is
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