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The Hero's Journey
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19 questions
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The hero is shown in the world as it exists, considered by those in it to be ordinary and uneventful.

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Refusal of the Call

The Resurrection

The Ordinary World

Meeting with the Mentor

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Someone or something presents the hero with a problem, challenge, or an adventure. This can be an event or a person.

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Meeting with the Mentor

The Call to Adventure

The Ordeal

Return with the Elixir

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The hero is reluctant or frightened to accept the call and begin the journey. The hero feels the fear of the unknown and tries to turn away from the adventure, however briefly. Alternately, another character may express the uncertainty and danger ahead.

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Refusal of the Call

The Road Back

The Ordinary World

Crossing the Threshold

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The hero comes across a veteran traveler of the Special World who provides training, equipment, weapons, or advice that will help on the journey.

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The Reward

Approach to the Inmost Cave

The Resurrection

Meeting with the Mentor

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A "point of no return" is crossed. The hero commits to the journey and enters into the Special World.

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The Road Back

Approaching the Inmost Cave

The Ordeal

Crossing the Threshold

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The hero faces the initial tests/conflicts and sorts out allegiances in the Special World.

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Tests, Allies, and Enemies

The Call to Adventure

The Road Back

Return with the Elixir

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The hero and new-found allies are reminded of the main challenge that lies ahead in the Special World.

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Tests, Allies, and Enemies

The Ordeal

Approach to the Inmost Cave

Meeting with the Mentor

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The hero reaches their original goal, confronts death, or faces their greatest fear. All the hard work and training is put to the test.

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The Ordeal

Crossing the Threshold

The Ordinary World

The Reward

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The hero receives something for their victory or failure,

and must accept the consequences.

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Meeting with the Mentor

The Reward

Return with the Elixir

Refusal of the Call

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The Hero must complete the adventure, leave the Special World, and get the "treasure" home safely.

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The Road Back

The Ordeal

Crossing the Threshold

Tests, Allies, and Enemies

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The hero is tested a final time on the threshold of home, and is purified by a final sacrifice and a higher level of rebirth.

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The Ordeal

The Resurrection

Refusal of the Call

Meeting with the Mentor

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The hero finally masters the problem. The hero returns home bearing some element of the treasure (elixir) that has the power to heal or transform the Ordinary World, just as the hero has been transformed.

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Crossing the Threshold

The Reward

The Road Back

Return with the Elixir

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Teacher, counselor, trainer, and encourager to the hero.

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The Hero

The Shadow

The Sidekick

The Mentor

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The protagonist of the story. Usually, this character is brave and honorable, but needs to learn something in the story.

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The Hero

The Mentor

The Shadow

The Sidekick

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This is a gifted item that helps the hero on their journey. Often has (real or imagined) magical or supernatural powers.

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The Talisman

The AirPods

The Sword

The Magic Wand

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A pattern of narrative that describes the typical adventure of the archetype known as The Hero, the person who goes out and achieves great deeds on behalf of the group, tribe, or civilization.

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The Journey

The Path

The Hero's Story

The Hero's Journey

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Phrase coined by American mythologist and writer Joseph Campbell to describe the narrative pattern he discovered.

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Monomyth

The Elements of Story

Story Structure

The Hero's Journey

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A typical character, action, or situation that seems to represent universal patterns of human nature. Also known as "universal symbol," may be a character, a theme, a symbol, or even a setting.

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Symbolism

Literary Archetype

Plot Development

Characterization

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Explaining the mystery of life; Explaining the universe; Validating the existing social order; Guiding the individual through the stages of life.

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Four Reasons We Read

Four Keys to Life

Four Functions of Myth

Four Horseman of the Apocalypse

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