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Notion myths et Heroes: Why do society create myths and heroes?

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In fact captain America represents the American values, moreover the chosen support, a comic strip, allows to be understood by everyone, from the youngest to the oldest. Then every people wants to recognize themselves in the American dream, its like an outcome.

To conclude it is important to not forget that myths and heroes can be created, as the Captain America, or used, as the American dream, by the society or the companies for the ends.

American Land

What is this land America so many travel thereI'm going now while I'm still young my darling meet me thereWish me luck my lovely I'll send for you when I canAnd we'll make our home in the American land

Over there all the woman wear silk and satin to their kneesAnd children dear, the sweets, I hear, are growing on the treesGold comes rushing out the rivers straight into your handsWhen you make your home in the American Land

There's diamonds in the sidewalk the's gutters lined in songDear I hear that beer flows through the faucets all night longThere's treasure for the taking, for any hard working manWho will make his home in the American Land

I docked at Ellis Island in a city of light and spiresShe met me in the valley of red-hot steel and fireWe made the steel that built the cities with our sweat and two handsAnd we made our home in the American Land

There's diamonds in the sidewalk the's gutters lined in songDear I hear that beer flows through the faucets all night longThere's treasure for the taking, for any hard working manWho will make his home in the American Land

The McNicholas, the Posalski's, the Smiths, Zerillis, tooThe Blacks, the Irish, Italians, the Germans and the JewsCome across the water a thousand miles from homeWith nothin in their bellies but the fire down below

They died building the railroads worked to bones and skinThey died in the fields and factories names scattered in the windThey died to get here a hundred years ago they're still dyin nowThe hands that built the country were always trying to keep down

There's diamonds in the sidewalk the gutters lined in songDear I hear that beer flows through the faucets all night longThere's treasure for the taking, for any hard working manWho will make his home in the American LandWho will make his home in the American LandWho will make his home in the American Land

Bruce Springsteen, in Wrecking Ball, 2012

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