Write a 1000- word response to, “What is a hero? How do others define this concept? How do you define it? Think about some characters in the selections you have just read; do they fit the definition of a hero? (“The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” (Eliot), ‘Outcast’ (McKay), ‘The Train from Hate’ (Franklin), ‘Letter from Birmingham Jail’ (King), ‘A Modest Proposal’ (Swift)). Think about real people you have encountered in your life; do an of them fit the definition? How does a hero relate to his or her society? Do some library research in order to extend your understanding of the concept of the hero. Create your own definition. Support your argument with evidence from your library reseach, personal experience, and specific examples from your reading. In doing so, consider the Core Values emphasized in this course, Excellence and Integrity. Incorporate into your discussion of a hero either core value, including your own definition and its relationship to the topic. No cover page, mla style; no headings, clear claimMake each paragraph with a topic sentence and supporting evidence explaining. And one idea per paragraph. These are things I took hits on on my last paper.