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Lord of the Rings
Transcript of Lord of the Rings
The Fellowship of the Ring
The Two Towers
( left to right)
(Top)Aragorn, Gandalf, Legolas, Boromir, (Middle) Gimli (Bottom)Samwise, Frodo, Meri, Pippin
The Return of the King
Call To Adventure
Crossing the First Threshold
Belly of the Whale
Road of Trials
Meeting with the Goddess
Atonement with the Father
The Ultimate Boon
Refusal of Return
The Magic Flight
Rescue from Without
Crossing the Return Theshold
Master of Two Worlds
Freedom to Live
Odyssey Quote: Page 19 Lines:16-19 “This man’s son had served under the great Odysseus, gone in the decked ships with him to the wild horse country of Troy-a spearman, Antiphoos by name.”
Odyssey Quote:Pages 83-88 (Paraphrase) Hermes gets Odysseus off of Kalypso’s Island.
Odyssey Quote:(Paraphrase) When Odysseus leaves Ithaka on the way to Troy to battle.
Odyssey Quote: Page 145 Lines: 15-19 “What shall I say first? What shall I keep for the end? The gods have tried me in a thousand ways. But first my name: let that be known to you, and if I pull away from hitless death, friendship will bind us, though our land lies far.”
Odyssey Quote:Page 87 Lines: 225-234 “My quiet Penelope-how well I know-would seem a shade before your majesty, death and old age being unknown to you, while she must die. Yet, it is true, each day I long for home, long for the sight of home. If any god has marked me out again for shipwreck, my tough heart can undergo it. What hardship have I not long since endured at sea, in battle! Let the trial come.”
Odysey Quote:Page 147 Lines: 98-92 “They fell in, soon enough, with Lotos Eaters, who showed no will to do us harm, only offering the sweet Lotos to our friends-but those who ate this honeyed plant, the Lotos, never cared to report…”
Odyssey Quote:Page 86 Lines: 203-211 “Swiftly she turned and led him to her cave, and they went in, the mortal and immortal. He took the chair left empty now by Hermes, where the divine Kalypso placed before him victuals and drink of men; then she sat down facing Odysseus, while her serving maids brought nectar and ambrosia to her side. Then each one’s hands went out on each one’s feast until they had had their pleasure…”
Odyssey Quote:295 line 209-222: “Then Lord Odysseus reappeared-and his son was thunderstruck. Fear in his eyes, he looked down and away as though it were a god, and whispered: ‘Stranger, you are no longer what you were just now! Your cloak is new; even your skin! You are one of the gods who rule the sweep of heaven! Be kind to us, we’ll make you a fair oblation and gifts of hammered gold. Have mercy on us!’ The noble and enduring man replied: ‘ No god. Why take me for a god? No, no. I am that father whom your boyhood lacked and suffered pain for lack of. I am he”
Odyssey Quote:pg. 92 line 405-408 (paraphrase) Odysseus has a “mental” death, when his raft comes ashore on Phaiakia after getting off of Kalypso’s Island and after the giant storm that Poseidon put him through.
Odyssey Quote:(Paraphrase)When Phaiakians give Odysseus a ship and crew to get home
Odyssey Quote:(Paraphrase) Kalypso offers Odysseus immortality to stay with her
Odyssey Quote:pg. 295 line 220-225-6(paraphrase) When O. reveals himself to Telemachus. When he hides all of his gifts from the Phaiakians gave him in a cave on Ithaka.
Odyssey Quote:(paraphrase) Athena gave a dream to O. of him hiding the suitor’s weapons in a safe/other room.
Odyssey Quote:Paraphrase: When O. comes back and plans with Telemachus to kill the suitors. When O. returns to Ithaka he brings with him more wisdom.
Odyssey Quote:pg. 436 line 236-258 (Paraphrase) When Odysseus is finally reunited with Penelope and has overtaken the suitors and regained peace within his house.
Odyssey Quote:Pg. 462 line 606-end (paraphrase) when Odysseus and Athena make peace with the Ithakans.
Refusal of the Call