The Rebel, The Nihlist, and the Revolutionary in Batman the Dark Knight

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Explain the significance of the distinctions made by Albert Camus in “The Rebel” between the figures of the nihilist,the rebel and the revolutionary. Do you find these distinctions useful?Persuasive? In this connection, make specific reference to Camus’s critique of Marxism. Examine the movie “Batman The Dark Knight” through the prism of Camus’s distinctions
in “Batmand: The Dark Knight”, the character of the Joker is the nihilist, Batman is the Rebel and Harvey Dent is the revolutionary
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