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Zorro, the sword-wielding, black-clad avenger, is one of the most influential fictional characters of twentieth century literature. By day he was Don Diego, a respected nobleman of nineteenth century California. By night, however, he cut a much more dashing figure as "The Fox," El Zorro. Dressed completely in black with a mask and wide-brimmed hat to conceal his identity, Zorro battled evildoers with the aid of his whip and sword, and made fast getaways on his black steed, Tornado. He was a superbly talented fencer—only Cyrano de Bergerac, D'Artagnan, and the Three Musketeers can challenge him for the title of fiction's most popular swordsman. No matter where he went, he always signed his work with a distinctive Z, often cut into the clothing or skin of his enemies. Zorro's adventures have been chronicled in many different media.
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Paradoxically, the process of circularity also contributes to blur the message, resulting in major misunderstandings and misinterpretations of the film in the public sphere. Its main role is to prompt a series of incompatible interpretations not only of the story itself but of its possible political subtexts that coexist within a single storyline. The latter aspect borders on meta-myth, in this case through the creation and forceful promotion of a new arc within the DC universe in spite of corporate reluctance.
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