In the end, the differences between the two works together to create a magnificent tale. Raven is a spunky young lady who spends her time reading books, such as The Odyssey, and devoting much of her leftover time to school. In school Raven is the center of the conversation, always contributing and always helping those who don’t understand something. Raven is a strong, yet sensitive girl who, while
Some of the prominent archetypes in The Hunger Games include the mentor or the “wise old man” character who is Haymitch, a veteran and former champion of the games, and Cinna, Katniss’ stylist. Haymitch can be considered as a mentor since he guides Katniss by giving her advice on how to survive the harsh and cruel environment in the Capitol and by telling her about the cruel truth of the backwards and corrupt system governing and sponsoring the Hunger Games. By revealing the brutal reality of the games, Haymitch toughens Katniss with his misogynist opinions while Cinna encourages Katniss on an emotional level and becomes a trustworthy figure for Katniss in the ruthless Capitol. In turns, this helps Katniss to grow an emotional connection with Cinna, something she and Haymitch don’t share. Another archetype is the Capitol itself, which plays a shadow figure in the movie.
Proven by the actions of the queen continuously trying to kill snow white this forms the evil figure as well forms the task of good vs evil. The huntsman is the evil figure with a good heart when asked to kill snow white, he instead allows her to live leaving her in the forest. Darkness represents Snow
Hell, is-as they very quickly realize-not a place of physical torture the way that it’s portrayed in so many cases; there’s no burning coal, no flames, or torture devices. Instead, they’re placed in a room that’s decorated and rather poor taste according to their own sensibilities, and already you see how that may appear hellish. Nothing can really be changed or moved in the room and you can’t get out, and slowly they start filling the room with the three main characters who are going to be there. First, there’s Garcin, who’s a newspaperman who fled Rio where he had been conscripted and fighting a war and got caught first fleeing to Mexico, and got caught and was killed by a firing squad. Inez is kind of a nasty woman who doesn’t have a lot of nice things to say and fancies the other character Estelle, who went from rags to riches by marrying a man twice her age.
Ideally, Watchmen bring forth the idea of superheroes living among us and doing what we (it makes superheroes real). As pointed out by Thompson Watchmen captures the nature of heroes that the previous comic failed to do (107). For instance, if the Spiderman movie turned and be real and help to suspend the disbelief of its audience; this can help build on the notion of the Watchmen of superheroes being real and among us. However, Thompson further argues that Watchman implies that if people are allowed to realize their superhero fantasies, the real world will become altered but not in a good way (108). Ideally, this implies that an idea can be destroyed by its own realization that is the extreme development of an idea can lead to its destruction.
These are some elements of gothic fiction. In The Tell tale heart there is a butler that goes insane by a man that has an eye the size of a vulture. The jack in the box is a character that only comes out at night when the sun goes down. In the Sandman there is a little boy that gets very scared when the Sandman wants to rip his eyes out for his children to eat. The Sandman needed to wake the little boy so he could get his eyes.
This may have occurred because of both the love potion mishap and law and order disintegrating once outside of the city’s walls. The forest represents the natural world. The forest renders a safe space for the characters but in reality both danger and desire lies in the woods. The characters associate freedom with being outside of the city. For example, the Athenian workers rehearse their play in the woods in order to escape distractions.
Other than having the same plotline, both works also have the same characters as both focusses on a snowman and wild animals. Both The Snowman and the Frozen teaser trailer also share the same setting and scene, being set in a winter landscape with slippery ice, and both
The life of the bushmen community is relaxed and slow. They never punished or even spoke harshly to their children and yet the children behaved good. The bushmen have great faith on their family and their relationship with god. The bushmen also have respect for all life both human and non-human. In the film, the bushman shoots an animal with a tranquilizer dart and waits until the animal slows down to go to sleep; before killing the animal, bushmen would apologize for killing the animal and explained that he must do it so that his family could eat.