- Svati 2 years
I am not familiar with the stories but this is the general description of how any story fits the Monomyth. Look for examples from your book to answer the question in detail. Hope this helps!
The Monomyth has three structures, Separation or Departure (from society), Trials and Victories of Initiation, and Return and reintegration with society. The first part of the monomyth is concerned with the hero deciding whether or not to go on the adventure or to participate further in the story.
Now that the adventure has begun. the second act of the monomyth is the complication phase. The hero traverses an unknown landscape where he must face a series of trials, challenges, and problems, aided by the advice, gifts, and agents of his Guardian. These trials can take many forms, and Campbell lists some of the most common as, Abduction, Crucifixion, Dismemberment, a Wondrous Journey.
This is Vogler’s term for act three of the monomyth (in a four-act structure), also known as the Crisis.
The reason why you should use the Hero’s Journey is because it is based on thousands of years of human storytelling. The Hero’s Journey isn’t so much a story as it is a diagram of the human soul.Aly 2 years
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Describe how the story fits the Monomyth. Name any 5 stages of the Monomyth and explain with proper examples how each fits the description. Please write in proper sentences.
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