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Joseph Campbell’s 17 Stages of the Hero’s Journey

Joseph Campbell describes the journey hero's take in stories, but I believe that we all can learn something from these stages. I hold this belief because we all should be the hero in our own lives ...

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from Better Novel Project

How Many Obstacles are on the Hero's Journey?

There are HOW MANY Obstacles on the Hero’s Journey?! Nothing is ever easy for the hero! On the monomythical Hero’s Journey, the main character must endure a “Trail of Trials.” There are an average of 15 obstacles in the middle of the first books of Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, and Twilight.

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This is the best version of Hero's Journey I found - as it has so much more detail in it - for better use of photos

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The Heroes of the Bible Coloring Pages: Jonah

--> The Heroes of the Bible Coloring Pages: Jonah --> If you're looking for the top-rated coloring books and writing utensils including colored pencils, gel pens, watercolors and drawing markers, logon to our website listed above. Color... Relax... Chill.

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The Heroes of Olympus • Percy Jackson, Annabeth Chase, Jason Grace, Hazel Levesque, Frank Zhang, Leo Valdez, Nico di Angelo, Reyna, Thalia Grace.

The Heroes of Olympus • Percy Jackson, Annabeth Chase, Jason Grace, Hazel Levesque, Frank Zhang, Leo Valdez, Nico di Angelo, Reyna, Thalia Grace.

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The Hero's Journey

George Lucas based Star Wars on Joseph Campbell's comparative work on the parallels among the heroes/mystics/teachers/founders of the major world religions and world mythologies. This is a diagram of those parallels as presented in his book "The Hero with a Thousand Faces." A more readable version can be found in Christopher Vogler's "The Writer's Journey" -- a text for screenwriters.

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hero's journey The Hero’s Journey is a pattern of narrative identified by the American scholar Joseph Campbell that appears in drama, storytelling, myth, religious ritual, and psychological development. It describes the typical adventure of the archetype known as The Hero, the person who goes out and achieves great deeds on behalf of the group, tribe, or civilization.

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