At a distance two things may seem very different, but the more you look at the more you can see their similarities. In The Lightning Thief Percy Jackson discovers that Poseidon, a Greek god, is his father; therefore, making him a demigod. Percy then goes to a camp to learn how to use his powers and prepare for the journey of his life of stopping a dispute between the Olympians from turning into an all-out war on Earth. In The Island of Dr. Moreau Prendrick arrives on a mysterious island to find a doctor named Moreau and his assistant Montgomery. On the island there are half-animal half-human like creatures that practice a law that focuses on them being humans not animals.
After the discovery of this he must learn how to fight mythological monsters with his fellow half-bloods at camp half-blood. Sadly on his way his mom got captured and the training that he receives is to save his mother. Through twist and turns this half-blood has got the skills and the motivation to continue this
Odysseus created an escape plan when he and his men got trapped inside the cave of a deadly Cyclops who had already eaten two of his men. Odysseus kept his cool and devised a plan to hide under the sheep of the Cyclops who were let out of the cave every morning. These actions had an effect on his men, filling them with respect. These are the kinds of actions that make Odysseus an epic hero.
Meanwhile, Simon was on the mountain discovering that the beast wasn’t real. When he went to tell the others, they thought he was the beast, and they attacked and killed him. These events are all the result of one common feeling. In chapter 9 of Lord of the Flies, William Golding employs
Since Odysseus had told Polyphemus earlier that “Nobody---that’s my name,”(Homer 223.410) none of Polyphemus’ brothers came to help him when he started screaming that “Nobody” was attacking him. Another time when Odysseus was very skillful was when he goes back to his home, and he disguises himself as a beggar. When he pulls back the rags, he is described as “Odysseus master of craft and battle.” (Homer 439. 1) He then fights and kills all the suitors in his home in Ithaca with some help from his son.
When Jack gets angry Wilfred, every boy feels scared on him. No one knows the real reason why Jack was angry Wilfred. Jack orders other boys to tie Wilfred for hours which is the violent way of punishment for kids. In chapter 10, Jack and his subordinate plan to steal Piggy’s glasses because it is only one tool that can make fire. They come to Ralph’s camp and steal Piggy’s glasses violently at night.
When the Cyclops return, the hero gets him drunk on the wine from his ship. When Polyphemus falls unconscious as a result of intoxication, Odysseus and his crew blind him, and escape. Similarly, Moana and her sidekick, Maui, encounter a colossal decapod, called Tamatoa, who insists on accumulating shiny and glittery objects. While Tamatoa regales Maui with his entire life story, Moana comes up with a way to defeat the monster. She paints a regular barnacle with bioluminescent algae.
In the book Freak The Mighty by Rodman Philbrick I believe the theme is that friendship is unlimited my your physical differences. Max, a very big eighth grader and our narrating main character, is at the Fourth of July fireworks with his new best friend Freak, who according to Max hasn't grown since preschool. Freak is unable to see anything. Max recalls, “I just sort of reach down without thinking and pick up Freak and set him on my shoulders” (Philbric, 32). Max and Freak are different but Max is still there for Freak.
The hero archetypes that the two stories would share is the ‘Prodigy’ -- the hero theme being the ‘Underdog’ -- and lastly for the plot type being the ‘Quest’. To start, the hero archetypes in the movie -- and the original story would be both the ‘Misfit’ and the ‘Prodigy’. In the movie “Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief”, the main character Percy Jackson, son of Poseidon -- had things such as ADHD and dyslexia, and in camp Half-Blood Annabeth and many other of the people in the camp had their doubts about Percy, especially of the idea about Percy defeating Hades. (Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief) In the story “Danaus, Perseus, and The Gorgon” -- when Perseus’ mother Danae is taken ‘hostage’ by the evil king of the island that they were sent to, Perseus is sent on a quest in order to kill Medusa.
Overall, Hercules shows the monomyth process a like many other fictional characters and established himself to be a hero. First, Hercules accepts his journey after killing his wife and children, so he set out to all around the world to overcame unstoppable monsters and impossible tasks. Therefore, he crossed into an unknown domain and had to struggle through each of his tasks during the twelve years of enslavement by an atrocious ruler, but still won and therefore got what he deserved. Finally, he returns to Greece where he experiences deification and was worshipped by many individuals that knew of his great voyage. Ultimately, Hercules is another literary and historical hero who follows the monomyth
Percy discovered he was a demi-god in the sixth grade, when a monster chased after him and his mom. After being placed at Camp Half-Blood, he found out who he really is and what he must do to to protect the camp. Percy is a brave and determined demi-god who would do anything to protect what he loves. After his first quest to return Zeus 's lightning bolt, Percy has realized he can’t let anything happen to Camp Half-Blood. Once he found out that the magical borders have been poisoned, he makes it his mission to go save the camp and get the only cure.
Twelve year old Percy Jackson begins his story as a normal kid and his first day of summer after sixth grade. It was on this day Percy encounters multiple strange events which leads him to the discovery that he is a half-blood: half-human, half-god. After this discovery, Percy is taken to Camp Half-Blood, a camp for kids who are also half Greek god. Soon after arriving at camp, Percy learns he is son of Poseidon, god of the sea and brother to Hades and Zeus. He also learns that Poseidon and Zeus are in a bit of a disagreement at the moment, as Zeus is accusing Poseidon of stealing his lightning bolt.
Mexican Whiteboy – written by Matt de le Pena, published in 2008 - tells the story of Danny Lopez on his journey to enlightenment. You see, the story picks up with a sixteen year old Danny, frustrated with his white mom while his full-Mexican dad is nowhere to be found. He moves from his home in San Francisco to his relatives in Liberty City for the summer and it is made nowhere more apparent how out-of-place he feels. Danny feels he is not Mexican at all because he is light-skinned and comes from a mainly white prep school. Danny is also a baseball player and
He was one out of three of the progressive president. He was sworn in due to the assisantion of President Mckinley. Rooselvelt was nicknamed “trust buster due to him breaking up bad
The Percy Jackson series, this has been a very well written novelty and a New York favorite also. The outlook over the first book: The Lightning Thief is over how the Greek Gods had children with women in which created half-bloods. During the summer time, these half-human people will attend to a camp named Camp Half Blood. While attending camp Percy and all of his friends draw closer together here and are able to train using their given powers. Percy first year of attending camp was now, he had no clue what to think once he walked through the gates.