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David and Goliath Biblical Allusions

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by Dillon Call on 8 October 2013

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Transcript of David and Goliath Biblical Allusions

David and Goliath Biblical Allusions
Allusions in movies
Monsters vs. Aliens
50 ft tall Ginorma represents David who is against 350 ft. Mecha (Goliath)
Star Wars
Luke Skywalker is the underdog against Darth Vader. Luke beats Darth Vader in the end.
Allusions in Literature
Three Little Pigs
The pigs outsmart the wolf who tries to blow down their houses.
(Under dog)
Kite Runner
The boy defeats the champion with a sling shot.
Allusions in Art
Michaelagelo
The Statue of David
Caravaggio
David with the head of Goliath
Allusions in Music
Jeff Buckley
"Hallelujah"
"Now I've seen and heard there was a secret chord that David played, and it pleased the Lord.
Justin Bieber ft. Jaden Smith
"Never Say Never"
Like David and Goliath I conquered the Giant
Archetypal Characters
hero - David
bully/villan - Goliath
mentor - King Saul
Some verses from the Old Testament were left out of the new testament when they were translated from Hebrew to the bible. In Chapter 16, King Saul knows and loves David. In Chapter 17, Saul appears to not know who David is.
Differences
Similarities
In all versions, the summary is the same. David goes to see his brother and hears about Goliath. He goes to Saul, and he asks him if he can fight. Then he wins over Goliath with a slingshot.
Setting
Near Jerusalem, about 1000 BC
Work Cited Page
https://bible.org/seriespage/david-and-goliath-1-samuel-171-58
http://freestudents.blogspot.com/2011/05/outrage-on-michelangelos-david.html
http://www.artbible.info/art/large/1.html
http:rintala-allusions.weebly.com/david--goliath.html
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki.php/main/davidversusgoliath
http://davidandgoliath.wikispaces.com/allusions+%28music%26poetry%29

Symbolism
One of the main symbols in David and Goliath is that David symbolizes an underdog who was victorious when he was not expected to be. Another Symbol are the lions and bears who attack David while he cares for the sheep. These symbolize things that are against the church.
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