How To Write Compelling Anti-Heroes (Part II)

In the first piece on how to write compelling anti-heroes, we discussed how they were different to heroes. Additionally, we looked at some of the traits that make anti-heroes what they are.

In this one, we discuss the rest of the characteristics (that I can think of) that differentiate certain protagonists from their conventional cousins.

Emily Blunt, playing the anti-hero Rachel in the film adaptation, looking out of the train and noticing that something is wrong. But what makes her an anti-hero?

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