Analysis Of The Book ' A New Hope '

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Chapter 1 – Every Trip Is a Quest (Except When It 's Not) Response
List the five aspects of the QUEST and then apply them to something you have read (or viewed) in the form used on pages 3‐5.
A quest must consist of a “quester” or character pursuing said quest, a destination, justification to journey to that destination, challenges the quester faces along the way and, finally, the true reason for making the journey. A movie that undoubtedly mirrors these components is Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, which follows a young Luke Skywalker who finds himself on a quest, initially to deliver Death Star plans to the planet of Alderaan at the request of the planet’s princess and Rebel Alliance leader Leia, and eventually to work with the rebels in order to bring down the Death Star. While at first Luke was resistant to joining jedi master Obi-Wan Kenobi in learning the ways of the force and fulfilling the mission, he is quickly motivated by the deaths of his aunt and uncle at the hands of Imperial Stormtroopers. On his journey, Luke faces many struggles such as when the Millennium Falcon, the ship operated by companions Han Solo and Chewbacca, is captured via tractor beam by the Death Star that would eventually lead to the death of mentor Obi-Wan. In the end though, Luke, Han and Leia are celebrated in taking down the Death Star, saving the lives of many.

Chapter 3: – Nice to Eat You: Acts of Vampires Response
What are the essentials of the Vampire story? Apply this to a literary…
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