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    Do all stories need to have every part of the Heroic Journey to be considered heroic? I will be explaining the similarities and differences between the book The Hobbit and the movie Wreck It Ralph. To find which has a stronger Heroic Journey. The Hobbit is a stronger Heroic Journey than Wreck It Ralph. This can be seen through a comparison of the departure, initiation, and the return. Wreck It Ralph was definitely shorter than The Hobbit. The hobbit was more into detail and feelings, and had way

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    Heroic Journey Archetype

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    J.J. Abrams’ film Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a modern heroic journey archetype. An archetype is a universal pattern that can be applied to stories across cultures and historical periods. In this heroic journey archetype, the main character- Rey- goes through various stages of her journey that greatly contribute to her final transformation into a hero. The stages that contribute most to her transformation are: departure, road of trials, and return and reintegration. In the departure stage

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    A Hero's Heroic Journey

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    hero to prove himself or herself, they have to survive through different landscapes. You can see this through the comparison of Star Wars The Last Jedi and The Hobbit. Through the comparison of Star Wars The Last Jedi and The Hobbit and how their heroic journey’s are different, it is clear becoming a hero is a complex process, including many different steps. This can be seen through my definition of a hero, examples of the departure, initiation, and return. My definition of hero is somebody that

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    My Heroic Journey

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    I may be a hero to some. I have done heroic deeds but I would not call my self a hero. I didn't do it for attention just as a good deed. I have saved peoples lives (well sorta). I will tell you how I became the family floaty. It all started on a trip to the creek. some friends and my family were going. All the kids wanted to swim while the adults well did adult stuff. So I was the swim lifeguard/supervisor. When I got to the creek I found out that my dad's friend's kids couldn't swim.

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    Beowulf's Heroic Journey

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    Beowulf’s heroic adventure is a reflection of the importance of heroism in dealing with challenges that negatively affected the stability of the society in the early time periods. Annotated Bibliography Parker, James. “Beowulf is Back!” The Atlantic, vol. 319, issue 3, Apr. 2017, https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2017/04/beowulf-is-back/517773/. Accessed 12 Oct. 2017. Parker offers a very detailed summary and analysis of the Beowulf poem which touches on the main themes and styles of

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    My Heroic Journey

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    On Saturday, March 19th, 2016 I faced a terribly hard challenge. It was a warm and sunny spring day when the tragedy occurred. My family and I traveled across five states and drove in a car for fourteen hours straight to arrive in Destin, Florida. When we arrived we settled into our condo and then headed into town to sightsee. We hadn’t known that we were just a quarter mile away from the ocean prior to our stay. The first time I laid eyes on the ocean I felt as though I was in paradise. The

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    For our next Flagship mission to space, I believe it should be different from the rest of our intergalactic journeys. We have sent rovers and satellites to Mars, satellites to other planets, but we really haven’t gone to far from the norm in today’s space journeys. If we really want to find life on other bodies in our solar system, we have to explore our options. We could explore Jupiter, Venus, Encleadus, or even some of Jupiter’s moons. But what are the main characteristics that are need to sustain

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    A Semi-Heroic Journey

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    Traveling through city to city has been exciting yet difficult when I have been taking on a semi-nomadic journey for the past few years. However, while I navigate through the cities, besides google map, the fellow world citizens are my lifesavers. Even though we are all strangers to one another, when encountering emergency, we lend a hand to each other voluntarily without a second of hesitation. Remember when I was in London, several strangers, originated from different European countries, saved

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    This is like a call to adventure. Additionally, another way that Heroic Journey is displayed is when Dorothy runs home from Professor Marvels when she thinks Aunt Emily is sick. This is a refusal to call. Did Dorothy really want to leave? Did she just not realize that home is where she could be the happiest? Finally, when Dorothy reaches Munchkin Land from the twister she crosses the first threshold of her heroic journey. To conclude, in the exposition the author displays separation.

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    were destined to save your town, would you be heroic enough? What is a hero? Campbell’s Heroic Journey, The Hobbit, and story/ film explains. My idea of a hero is being a person who sacrifices themselves for others, and doesn't think people are less worthy than themselves. The Heroic Journey describes that anyone can be a hero, examples of that would be The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, which is a story about a group of men go on a death defying journey to save the town. The other story is How to Train

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