A Trip John Foster Character Analysis

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Foster emphasizes that when a character goes on a trip, one must decipher whether the trip contains three things: adventures, growth, and experiences. If the trip indeed possesses at least one these items, the trip is no longer a trip, it is a quest. When assessing if a character embarks on a trip or a quest, one must take into consideration that a quest oozes essence, where as a trip is relatively bland. A trip resembles traveling from point A to point B. A quest resembles traveling from point A to point B, but it focuses on everything between the two letters, and sometimes instead of our destination being point B, it may evolve into point C. Foster explains this journey quite well by saying that a quest consists of 5 things: "a quester, a
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