Campbell writes about the concept that countless myths all share a basic structure, called the monomyth. In this, the hero of the story undergoes a number of steps in his journey, labelled Departure, Initiation and Return (cf. Ahmed, 2012, 4): (1) In the Departure stage, the hero enters a strange world of often supernatural powers and events, after being called to it in the normal world he’s lived in (cf. Colbert, 2008, 208). Harry Potter’s narrative follows Campbell’s pattern.
He travel to Delphi 's to search for the truth. But once he get their he told about a prophecy where he kills his father and marry his mother. Thinking his real parents were in Cornith. Oedipus headed to thebes, on his way over their he confronted a problem with an old man and his servants. He ended up killing all, but one
Juliet was supposed to get married to a guy named Paris but she did not want to get married to him her parents got very angry and said many harsh thing she went to the preacher and he gave her a liquid or poison that put her to sleep but everything would stop she would be cold so everyone would think she would be dead so she wouldn 't have to get married Romeo never got the letters that Frair sent to him and when he heard the news that she was dead he bought poison and when she woke to see him dead she killed her self with a knife next to him . if Frair was not in the story alot would change one way that the story
During this time, Octavian demanded she kill Antony. Not willing to do it, she thought of a plan which caused him to kill himself thinking she was dead. But Cleopatra refused to surrender to Octavian. She knew that her and her children would be captured and paraded throughout Rome. She refused to
She then goes to find someone else to replace her father in her life. When she got married to the man who was exactly like her father she realized that he was not her father. She then kill her husband just like she did to her father. The poem “Annabel lee” is about two lovers that live in a kingdom by the sea one is named annabel lee and the other person is not given a name. The narrator of the story is explaining the love that they both have started when they were young.
In Virgil’s Aeneid, there are numerous occasions of interference of the human lives from multiple gods. The god of love, Venus, intervenes in her son Aeneas life to ensure his destiny. Venus makes Dido, the Queen of Carthage, fall in love with Aeneas to make sure her town accepted him. Juno, the god of marriage, tries to prevent Aeneas from filling his destiny. Juno has Aeneas’s ships set on fire to ruin his fleet and prevent him from founding Rome.
He told Juliet she had to get married to Paris. “You must get married to paris”. He is forcefully telling his daughter she has to get married which is what causes all of the death. Another example is Lord Capulet should be punished because he tells Juliet if she doesn’t get married she will get kicked out. Lord Capulet Is telling Juliet that she has to get married to Paris or she will get kicked out and she will have to live on her own.
Some years later she commits suicide but as time passes her city become the great and successful city of Carthage. Romulus and remus This myth is about two twins, the nieces of a tyrant king that took the throne of his brother and killed his children so no one would take his throne expect for his daughter that gives birth to the twins the children are put on a basket i the river to die but a wolf finds them and gives them milk then a shepherd finds them and decides to raise them. Years pass and when Remus is kidnapped to be taken the king and Romulus decides to defeat and dethrone the king at the end they emerge victorious and like this Rome is born but time later the brothers have a conflict caused by the decision of who will be the king and because of it Remus
“My grave is like to be my wedding bed.” (1.4.149). The author foreshadows Juliet’s death by showing thinking that she will “die” after getting married, but not in a literal sense. She thinks that marriage will “end her life” by taking away her livelihood and reducing herself to a homemaker or housewife. Her planned arranged marriage with Paris was her predetermined destiny, which coincidentally was caused by the feud. While, she is not yet satisfied with her life and attempts to escape the feud, and ultimately the feud.
“We saw a long strand of iron-grey hair” ( Faulkner 5). Miss Emily grew old and lonely. Miss Emily never found true love after her father’s death. Miss Emily assassinated Homer Barron in order to try to find true love. Miss Emily forced Homer Barron into a commitment he did not know about since he was dead.