Answer: The heroes are usually flawed in some critical way.
Explanation: To answer this question, just take a classical epic and plug it into the answers. Take The Hobbit, for example. Bilbo, the hero of the story, goes on a journey outside of his normal world. He battles trolls, goblins, and other monsters along the way, and the series Lord of the Rings continues his story with his nephew Frodo, making the epic pretty long. The only choice that does not fit this story is B.
To show the reader the nurturing and giving side of Mrs. Jones
In the text shown above, it aims to show how Mrs. Jones was Charitable and kind. That's because she sympathized with the boy's situation and decided to help him, even if he tried to steal her. She saw that the boy was a victim of social inequality and therefore needed help. For that reason, she decided to feed him, let him rest and have shoes.
If you're talking about Jackie Robinson the baseball player, that would be the best answer. Jackie was born in a time where black people experienced racism all the time (he was born in 1919). It really doesn't make sense for him to only experience racism when it came to baseball.