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Unformatted text preview: Jonathan Grant Jody R. Martin English 101.006 10 September 2009 Daredevil: The Man without Fear Humanities: At the end of the night, Daredevil is a symbol of many things. On just the surface, Matt Murdock represents justice, as he went to law school and became a successful lawyer. His alternate persona, Daredevil, symbolizes fearlessness and protection at first glance. The character of this tale signifies much more than the obvious. One might infer that being the Daredevil all along was Murdocks destiny. His story is destiny because Murdock becomes blind after trying to save a blind man from a truck, at a young age that contained a radioactive substance, which fell all over his face. The interesting fact about this is that at such a young age he was already saving people, so it was not very difficult for Murdock to adapt to the horrible accident that just happened to him. Maybe this was not a horrible accident at all. After becoming blind, all of his other senses were enhanced beyond belief, and he mastered the martial...
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