Do you have your own hero? If your answer is “Yes, I have my own hero', we celebrate you, as it will be easy for you to write a hero essay. However, don’t be pity if your answer on our question is negative. You may write a hero essay about some national heroes of different folks all over the world. So the first step of writing a hero essay is defining the type of hero you will write about.
1. Defining the Type of a Hero You Will Write about
Even if you are sure that you don’t have your own hero, you may think about those people who you respect very much. Start from the members of your family!
- The first type of a hero you may write about is somebody from your relatives or the members of your family.
- The second type of a hero you may write about is your best friend.
- The third type of a hero you may write about is your teacher.
- The fourth type of a hero you may write about is somebody from the famous people, such as artists, sportsmen, politicians, etc.).
- The fifth type of a hero you may write about is a literary character .
- The sixth type of a hero you may write about is one of the national heroes of different folks all over the world. Add your own ideas to this list of heroes you may write about!
2. Writing a Hero Essay
1. The First Variant of Writing a Hero Essay
Suppose you have chosen the first type of hero (who is somebody from your relatives or the members of your family) to write your hero essay. Think carefully about their positive traits, skills or abilities of your relatives or the members of your family. For example, you may write the following: “I have two heroes at once. Speaking more precisely, I have not two separate heroes, but a hero couple. They are my aunt and uncle. …I remember that in my childhood my aunt used to read fairy tales to me. I lived in the world of good and evil. Kind fairies, lovely elves, funny gnomes and giants were the good, whereas spiteful goblins, cruel trolls and angry witches were the evil. My uncle used to make different fairy tale characters out of wood. Thus, I would play with wooden handmade dolls (fairies, elves, gnomes, giants, goblins, trolls and witches) as I was a child. One detail which I remember exactly is that my wooden kind fairy with her green eyes and blond hair looked like my aunt and my wooden lovely elf with his little freckles, red moustache and beard looked like my uncle. So I associated my aunt and uncle with these fairy tale characters…'
2. The Second Variant of Writing a Hero Essay
Suppose you have a strong desire to write a hero essay about your primary school teacher. You may write something like this: “My primary school teacher was a real expert at her job… Many people consider me to be a talented student. However, it’s not my own achievement. It is my teacher who have recognized my gift…'
3. The Third Variant of Writing a Hero Essay
In the case if you have no your personal hero, you may write your hero essay about one of the national heroes of different folks all over the world. For example, if you have read the poem about Beowulf, your hero essay may be on this Anglo-Saxons’ national hero.
3. Proofreading Your Hero Essay and Giving a Title to It
Read your hero essay one more time. Be sure that it has no grammatical or stylistic mistakes. After that, give a creative title to your hero essay to attract your potential readers’ attention.
P.S. Good luck in writing your hero essay!