(1) Alice Lenshina died in jail, but her church survives and she is regarded as a heroine by Zambian feminists.(2) Characteristically, he depicts the mythic heroine at the very moment of her ravishment, when she is taken by Zeus, transformed into a shower of gold coins.(3) The magician circles, chanting as she goes, faster and faster until finally our heroine trips over her own feet and lands on the floor.(4) And Jane was described as a real woman, with nothing clumsy about her character and as a genuine heroine unlike today's film stars and models.(5) Joan of Arc is a heroine in history as well as an enigma in the collective unconscious and, dimension of myth.(6) Kazakova's performance made her the heroine of the Moscow Film Festival.(7) Dormant until today, the Olympic tennis stadium suddenly erupted when the Greek heroine came from a set down to gain momentum in the second session.(8) If by the hero of a novel means one the character not who commands the most interest but who best represents the author's values, Dolly is the heroine .(9) Probably Aristotle also disapproved of Medea as a tragic heroine , because he downgraded plots like this one that show a good person deliberately choosing evil.(10) Draupathy, the mythical heroine is an archetype of Indian woman.(11) she was the heroine of a materialist generation(12) My heroine - a middle-aged female detective - lives in Marchmont and is a bit of a non-conformist loner.(13) she was a true feminist heroine(14) And what was funny is that my younger sister saw me a little as a heroine , she always looked to me as this free person.(15) In China, the goddess Guanyin is also a heroine who dies and returns from the Underworld where she demonstrates her powers.(16) And I just saw something about a new comic with a heroine called Aphrodite.
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