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Monster Essays - Character Analysis How would one define a heroine? According to the old Webster, a heroine is a woman of heroic achievements or qualities. When compared to other females, Catherine seems to be somewhat of an outcast. With that in mind, how is it that a person such as Catherine Morland fits into the category of a hero? Catherine Morland certainly had not been a born heroine. At a young age Catherine is opposed to the common activities of young girls. While many girls are playing house with their dolls, Catherine's dolls are left untouched as she entertains herself playing cricket. Her most favorite thing being a hearty roll down the green slope behind her....

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