B. The Hero
Reasoning is because Native American myths mostly represent some kind of hero or some kind of legend representing a hero, but other cultures as well have a a ton of running 'hero' myths/cultures.
A character or personality which becomes a model for a universal approach. The trait can be easily identified by the character or situation. Archetypes reoccur and have universal acceptance. The archetype of a hero is present in Native American myths as well as in the myths from other cultures. The character of a hero is very common and is universally accepted.
heritage? culture? religion? gene? trait?
in ¨and yet the books¨ by czelaw miloz the tone is positive since it tells us that when we touch a book, it starts to live and the perspective is in the third person and turns once into the first person. in "the rhinoceros" by eugene ionesco the tone is illogical and absurd and the perspective is in the third person since it is a play.