An ordinary person becomes great with the help of his or her (teacher) and undergoes a series of tests or challenges and they overcome their troubles. The scholar was Joseph Campbell I think the maze runner is pretty close
I think that the Mazerunner is a good example too.
I like how you mentioned that a hero needs a mentor or teacher.
I like how you mentioned the hero being a role model or teacher
I like how you remember that the hero can't do it alone so they need a teacher.
The heroes journey is to conquer his/her fear and get the treasure or whatever they have been seeking. The scholar who came up with this is Joseph Campbell. A story that fits this model is Mulan.
Mulan definitely fits! I never would've thought about that!
I think that Mulan is a good example.
I agree that Mulan follows this model!
"Dishonor on you! Dishonor on your cow!" Yeah, Mushu totally helped her.
I like what you said about getting their treasure or what they are seeking.
Hero's journey is the way almost all stories go. They go to an uncomfortable place then they slay the dragon and collect the prize and go home. The person who came up with this theory was Joseph Campbell. Some books that follow this are Charlie and the chocolate factory, Star Wars, and others. Some that don't follow that are 1984 and animal farm.
I like some of the other stories you mentioned. I didn't think of them.
Joseph Campbell came up with the hero's journey. The hero's journey is the events and actions that move the story along. It's called a mono myth because it's one story that revolves around the same base.
Hero's journey is a model that's show the order of events that a hero in any story. It is called a mono myth because it is one order of events for all stories like it. The scholar Joseph Campbell. The story Groger the Overlander fits the mono myth.
Grover the over lander is a good example.
The heros journey is that the hero has an obstical and he has to go out of his comfort to concor it and then his life is changed from that moment on. Joseph Campbell. Divergent and Gone.
I like how you said that the hero has to go out of his or her comfort zone.
I like how you said there life is changed forever
I like what you said about their life changed from that moment on. Conquer***
The hero's journey is a circle that seems to describe the plot of most stories and even our lives. All stories are similar in this fashion, they all start and end generally the same. The scholar was Joseph Campbell and another story that follows this is the series "Adventurers Wanted".
Adventurers wanted is a good example.
I like how you said that the hero events reflect our lives.
It's the process that most heroes go through along their journeys. All the heroes are basically the same with how they go through their journeys. Joseph Campbell was the scholar that came up with the theory. Captain America is my example.
Captain America is a good example!
Go Captain America! He's awesome.
captain America is a great example
The hero is facing his or her fear, saving others, and defeating the enemy. Joseph Campbell came up with the whole "hero cycle" theory. My favorite movie, Avatar, (the one on planet Pandora with the blue people not "The Last Airbender") is like that except he doesn't go back to his original world.
Avatar is a good example
Great explaination! Great example to!
1. The hero's journey/monomyth is to find a way to solve the problem they are facing. A monomyth follows one story/problem throughout. The scholar that came up with this theory was Joseph Campbell.
2. Other stories and movies that fit the model are Divergent, Hush Hush, and Gone.
I agree with you that divergent is one of them
The heroes journey is ultimately to overcome their trials and hardships. Joseph Campbell was the scholar who came up with the theory. Star Wars episode 1 and Divergent.
I think Divergent is a good example
The hero leaves the familiar world and goes on a quest or adventure. They get help from someone or something and face their fear. They challenge it, maybe dying in the process. They are usually revived and live on to go back to their original world, changed. Joseph Campbell came up with it. Percy Jackson, Divergent, Eragon, just to name a few.
I like how you mentioned that the character leaves what is familiar to face their fears.
Percy Jackson is a really good example that you thought of
I never even thought of Percy Jackson being one! That's a super good idea!
It is a cycle that lots of heroes go through and when someone tells the story they are main points. Joseph Campbell came up with the theory.
Harry Potter, Hunger Games, The Hobbit, A Wrinkle in Time.
A Wrinkle in Time definitely follows this model.
I like how you pointed out that they were main points
You provide some great examples!
1. The hero's journey/monomyth is the base of almost every story that involves a hero. All stories with similar heroes have a curtain cycle to them. The scholar that came up with this was Joseph Campbell.
2. Some other movies and books that follow this pattern is Star Wars: A New Hope and Ender's Game.
Oh yah, definitely Ender's Game.
Joseph Campbell. They have to face a challenge, then leave their comfort zone, fix the problem, and return home. Other movies that follow this is Shrek, Footloose, and Far Far Away.
I like how you commented about them leaving ther comfort zone!
The character will go through trials and overcome them and go through more trials and resolve them and then they go through it all over again. Joseph Campbell came up with the idea. Some other movies are maze runner
The hero has a challenge that they need to leave there home or place of comfort and accomplish or conquer it. Other stories/movies that fall into that category are Footloose & Shrek
The heros monomyth is a cycle that heros go through but every time the hero starts and ends with a status qeuo. But the ending status qeuo is a step up from the original a new better status qeuo. The scholar who came up with it is Joseph Campbell. Some books and movies is Footloose and Shrek.
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