In the January 1993 issue of the monthly magazine The Tatler, a writer distinguished between heroism and celebrity, and characterized heroes as 'men and women who tower above the ordinary in terms of bravery, charisma and leadership' (Anonymous, 1993). Indeed, heroes are 'people who have displayed courage by adhering to sets of values that lie outside the norm'. They are not demigods or Greek gods and, as the writer reminded us:

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