Monomyth In Joseph Campbell's Nineteen Eighty-Four

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The thirteenth stage of Joseph Campbell’s 17-stages of Monomyth involves the Magic Flight. Sometimes the hero or heroine must escape with the boom. This can be just as adventurous and dangerous returning from the journey as it was to go in it. As Fa Mulan returns to China, she returns with a mindset of getting revenge. Upon arrival, she trains the women of the village to defend themselves and to fight. Together they defeat the Baron. Another example of the magic flight occurs in Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell. Winston returns from his state of rebellion into the state of loving Big Brother. As much as he refuses to do so, O’Brien’s influences only make Winston even more likely to become like everyone else. Something that Winston does …show more content…

Although Fa Mulan’s rescue can not physically be seen during her time in the war, her guide has to do with her family at home. Her husband and son. Her mother and father, including her many siblings. Their love for Fa Mulan aids her to survive and fight throughout the war. In addition, as O’Brien continues to torture and manipulate Winston into believing that Big Brother means well, he stays strong and refuses. However, the many torture antiques begin to bring down Winston. Slowly he catches himself saying things he normally does not agree with. The only thing stopping him from truly converting to a follower of society involves his unconditional love for Julia. Moreover, Hercules finally arrives in Mount Olympus, he plans on staying there until he sees Meg’s mood change as she begins to retreat back to earth. However, Hercules realizes that if he stays on Mount Olympus with the gos and his parents, he can not be with his one true love, Meg. Due to that, he makes the bold decision of returning to his ordinary world with her on his magical

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