Analysis Of The Ordinary World: The Hero's Journey

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The Hero’s Journey most commonly begins with an introduction to The Ordinary World. This stage generally displays the background, setting, and atmosphere. Usually, the hero is dealing with some type of stress and uneasiness. The Call to Adventure comes when the ordinary world is disturbed and changes are made. The hero or protagonist has to face the challenges and changes. Often, the hero or protagonist will refuse the call because of a lack of supplies, resources, fears, insecurities, obligations at home, or more. Usually, the hero will have some sort of motivation or threat to surpass the stage of refusal and will carry on with the challenge. Later, the hero will go through the stage of Meeting with the Mentor. The mentor is an experienced
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