2001: A Space Odyssey as a Hero’s Journey Chloe O’Connor Arthur C. Clarke’s 2001: A Space Odyssey can be considered something of a pseudo-hero’s journey story, with a greater focus on the ultimate reason the hero must make their journey. In this iteration of the hero’s journey, humankind is the hero. The quest they must depart on is evolution to a higher form through Dave Bowman’s individual journey, though he is certainly not the ultimate hero, merely the catalyst for the hero to truly be heroic.
For example him not giving up when so many obstacles have been thrown his way and how he doesn't give up. Lastly she helped people. She made the shadow children third children in her book but in the real world there are shadow children, such as deaf kids, illegal immigrants, kids who are in juvenile facilities, and kids who have to hide their true identities because they are gay and living in a homophobic environment. In the book Luke wants to help set the third children
The “hero’s Journey” begins with a call to an ordinary individual to leave the ordinary world. This calls prompts the individual to leave the common life to venture into the realm of the unknown. The journey continues with the individual leaving the ordinary world to descend into the special world. The decent into the special world brings the individual through different adventures and experiences that reveal weakness and allow for strength and development to conquer those weaknesses. Bilbo baggins journey represents the “hero’s Journey”as he leaves the ordinary world as an ordinary hobbit,enters the special world as a developing warrior,and returns as an unexpected hero.
Heroes are defined by many characteristics and experiences. Traits such as courage and selflessness, or the adventure he embarks on could show that one is a true hero. Rob Reiner’s movie “The Princess Bride” contains characters which possess qualities that are of an archetypal hero, such as Inigo Montoya. After his father’s brutal murder by the six-fingered man, Inigo spends his life searching for his killer so he may bring his father’s spirit to rest. Inigo Montoya’s experience with common archetypes, his quest along the Hero’s Journey, and the heroic qualities he possesses aids in portraying him as an archetypal hero.
Topic: In Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the character Han Solo is a tragic hero. Developing Sentences: Han Solo is a man that doesn’t have power like a king, which emphasizes that a hero can be a common man. Han is also the father of Kylo Ren who is on the enemy’s side, which builds the idea of trouble happening. Han is asked to help fight the enemy and bring back his son, which implies an unreachable goal. Introduction of Evidence: Han feels that to fight and get Kylo back is needed, which establishes a goal.
For instance, Luke fought against the Empire and destroyed the Death Star. He also seeks to stop injustice. He follows the code in the movie when he joined the Rebels and fought against the Empire. In fact, the Empire was committing many cruel acts. Secondly, Luke portrays himself as a hero with a good moral character.
The journey often consists of many different stages involving the ordinary world is the background of the heroes and describes the personal history of the character or the Life, Light, Conscious world symbolizing the stability of each character. The next step of the cycle is the call to Adventure which may begin when outside forces cause increased pressures it may rise up from deep within the character and the hero must begin facing the new changes to himself both mentally and spiritually. Next, the hero’s may refuse the call to be the hero feels the fear of the unknown and tries to turn away from the journey but for only a small amount of time, which may express the unexpected dangers and uncertainty lying ahead of him. Then, the meeting with the mentor/guide is someone with previous
He leaves his world of comfort behind to journey into the unknown, accepts a call of adventure, undergoes several tasks and trials that test his character, and ultimately ends his journey to return home. His dedication to his allies and diligence to his morality exemplify a true mythological
This part of a hero’s journey is the toughest phase. In the hero’s journey he or she will go to an unfamiliar world that he or she has not experienced before. Along the way the he/ or she will met people who will help them with the hero’s challenge, or someone or something that will try to stop him/her. The hero would have to face tests and supreme ordeals to become a true hero.
The hero’s journey archetype has appeared in many forms of literature and will most likely continue to do so for as long as long as literature exists. The story of Equality 7-2521 and his journey to find the true value of individuality is one example of this very commonly used archetype. The hero’s journey usually follows the same basic plot. There is a hero with a place to go and a stated reason to go.
In the movie Star Wars Luke Skywalker meets his two sidekicks named CP3O and R2D2. CP3O and R2D2 come from a space shuttle, with the princess named Leia, who is trying to save planets from the Deathstar. The Deathstar is the evil force headed by Darth Vader. CP3PO and R2D2 escape from the Deathstar and land on the planet where Luke is and the three team up and go out and explore. They meet Obi-Wan Kenobi, leader of “The Force” which was extinct, Obi-Wan becomes Luke's mentor and helps him save Princess Leia and become a Jedi, sadly Obi-Wan meets his old enemy Darth Vader and is
Have you ever been so down in the dumps you ever thought about taking your own life? JJ, Jess, Martin, and Maureen unexpectedly found each other in a moment of on a rooftop, ready to jump to their deaths. Due to their shared feelings of depression, they were able to support each other through their struggles. Maureen, specifically, had major, life-changing benefits from her experiences with the group. As Nick Hornby's novel, A Long Way Down progresses, Maureen undergoes a major development in identity, embarking on a deep, personal journey alongside the three strangers she unexpectedly befriends on a night of desperation.
Luke had C3-PO and R2-D2 to lead him, but he did not want to do what they said. Then he did because his aunt and uncle were killed by Imperial stormtroopers.they had things they were reluctant to do, but they did it anyway Both have some very special abilities. Gilgamesh was ⅔ god and ⅓ man. Luke had the force to aid him in his journeys. This made them very good fighters,smarter,and very hard to defeat.
A hero's journey is a pattern of narrative identities that appears in many dramas, storytellings, myths, and psychological development. The journey consist of twelve different steps and in the story Beowulf we read about the magnificent and rough journey that Beowulf and this men accomplish. Many people question if Beowulf is considered a hero and if what he did was good. The journey that he embarked on, leads me to believe that Beowulf is a hero and always will be. The first step in the hero's journey is called the “call to adventure” this is when something is disturbed from external pressure of from inner conflict.