What Lets Female Villians Appear to Be More Dangerous Than Male Villains?

A Comparison on Bellatrix Lestrange to Women in National Socialism


Essay, 2015

8 Pages, Grade: 3,0


Abstract or Introduction

When watching movies or reading books, most villains we come across are men. It is quite unlikely that the main villain could be a woman. Mostly men are not only the villain, but the hero as well. It is an eternal battle: The good guy defeating the bad guy, trying to save the woman he loves. We are not able to picture it the other way around. A woman, fighting a male hero? This picture appeals to us as very unusual. But why is that so? Why do we always find the bad and the good character to be a man?

Details

Title
What Lets Female Villians Appear to Be More Dangerous Than Male Villains?
Subtitle
A Comparison on Bellatrix Lestrange to Women in National Socialism
College
University of Paderborn
Grade
3,0
Author
Year
2015
Pages
8
Catalog Number
V375462
ISBN (eBook)
9783668547261
ISBN (Book)
9783668547278
File size
424 KB
Language
English
Keywords
what, lets, female, villians, appear, more, dangerous, than, male, villains, comparison, bellatrix, lestrange, women, national, socialism
Quote paper
Julia Merten (Author), 2015, What Lets Female Villians Appear to Be More Dangerous Than Male Villains?, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/375462

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