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Back in Nome, as the families of Maurer, Crawford and Galle clamored for an investigation into the men’s fates, Ada became something of a celebrity, hailed in the press as a heroine on par with Robinson Crusoe.

Virgil stands for empire, too, but he’s also an interesting riff on a classic gothic trope, which is for there to be a sexual attraction tinged with violence between heroine and antihero.

If the outbreak had been a movie, this would have been the scene where the heroine mobilizes an all-star squad of specialists to save the planet.

Inside the Fall of the CDCby James Bandler, Patricia Callahan, Sebastian Rotella and Kirsten BergOctober 15, 2020ProPublica

These new fiction releases are oddly compatible tales of gritty heroines on long-haul journeys in a natural world on the brink of destruction.

If the colour of the heroine's eyes and the tint of her hair are immaterial to her career, omit such hackneyed data.

The Lure of the PenFlora Klickmann

Beauty and the Beast, the hero and heroine of a famous fairy tale.

The Nuttall EncyclopaediaEdited by Rev. James Wood

He dropped a few particulars of his hero in action; but the heroine eclipsed.

Christabel, the heroine of an ancient romance entitled Sir Eglamour of Artois.

Speak to me of thy principal female character, be she heroine or no.'

Her verses in praise of Joan of Arc—which number several hundred stanzas—were undoubtedly written in the heroine's life-time.

Joan of ArcRonald Sutherland Gower

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