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Help me out, please! (This is for an important essay I have to write.) What are characters from any sort of written source (including fairytales and stuff) that are in most cases interpreted as white, but could also be POC? Which would you like to see interpreted as POC?

If you can think of any, tell me! 


that is essentially all major works of fiction. It’s rarely if EVER the case that the default main character needs to be white. Just look at books/comics that turned into films. If you can’t give a justifiable reason the character needs to be white then they can be interpreted as PoC. Look under racebending

First of all, thanks for responding! :) Also, I know that, I know - it’s literally what I’m writing this essay about. I was rather looking for specific ideas for characters (Especially for characters who are racially ambiguous in their respective canon work) for the practical part of my work. :)

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