James Bond as a Modern Hero

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James Bond as a Modern Hero
In Die Another Day, James Bond’s boss tells Bond, “While you were away, the world changed” (Ebert). What does his boss mean by these words? Why does an important secret service spy find himself rejected by his boss and others? How will Bond handle this situation? While James Bond is a modern hero, he has many traits of a tragic hero. James Bond is a modern hero, yet he has many traits of a tragic hero in the movie, “Die Another Day,” with tragic flaws, including his excessive pride and his carelessness in taking risks that lead to his tragic fall and punishment. James Bond as a Modern Hero Works to clear his name and save the world.
James Bond as a modern hero can also be compared to a tragic hero. First, James...
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