- Read this first: http://mythologyteacher.com/documents/TheHeroJourney.pdf
- Next, check out the hero’s journey in pictures and popular culture
Graphic depiction of the Hero’s Journey: 2013-02-28-Heroesjourney.png
What Your 6 Favorite Movies Have in Common [Infographic]: https://venngage.com/blog/heros-journey/
- Finally, read this interesting argument against using it.
An opponent of the Hero’s Journey template: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/craig-chalquist-phd/why-i-seldom-teach-the-he_b_6739046.html
the Odyssey summary: http://www.mythweb.com/odyssey/Odyssey.pdf
and answer the question:
Study the concept of “The Hero’s Journey.” See ALL of the information in this course unit on the Hero’s Journey, and you can also search online or on the library Web site for more information.
Does Odysseus’ journey include a transformation in the “hero’s journey” sense? Explain your answer. Use QUOTES from the book to support your assertion! Remember, the Internet is full of information on The Odyssey and on the character Odysseus, including answers to this question; therefore, you must give your own perspective and you must quote lines from
overnment statistics they showed that three million people were unemployed which was an indication that due to high unemployment Britain did not have enough skilled workers to get rearmament done therefore pushing Chamberlain to adopt appeasement. Unlike Charmley, Ripsman and Levy tend to focus more on internal problems within Britain which were hindering their chance of pursuing other alternatives, in comparison to Charmley’s argument of alliances being Britain’s main reason for appeasement. Given the fact that post-revisionists had a better hindsight of the events which occurred due to their writing in 1990, meant that their claims would have been more reliable as they provided a balanced view of Chamberlain’s successes and faults, in comparison to Orthodox and Revisionist historians who’s argument was based on a particular belief. However not all post-revisionists shared the same beliefs about Chamberlain as Ripsman and Levy did, for example, R.A.C Parker, another post-revisionist historian goes on to criticise Chamberlain on not pursuing an alliance with the USSR. This was highlighted from Parker’s book Chamberlain and appeasement, where he mentions that “collaboration with the Soviet Union was undesirable”. This shows that Chamberlain restricted Britain’s chance to form an alliance due to his own beliefs rather than seeing Russia as an invaluable ally against Germany, also RAC Parker stresses that Chamberlain failed to realise that Russia could indeed combine with Germany or form an alliance which would have caused even more tensions throughout Europe. For example, Germany and Russia made the “Nazi-Soviet agreement” which was met by Germany and Russia promising peace to each other, Parker argues that Chamberlain “misled the Soviet government” which forced them to make an alliance with Hitler at the expense of the Soviet Union”. Parker explains that Chamberlain missed the opportunity of applying pressure to Hitler, because of his doubts and unwillingness which led to a missed opportunity for securing an Anglo-Soviet relation. Without a doubt, Parker raises a reliable point such as Chamberlain misleading the Soviet government, as Chamberlain took too long to negotiate and was uneasy about an alliance with the Soviets due to their relationship with America. However Ripsman and Levy’s point is more valid as economical restraints such as the fall in trade by forty percent and lack of workers, meant that the British economy was crippled and could not go to war>GET ANSWER