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Archetypes: Finding Nemo

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Archetypes: Finding Nemo
Different Archetypes
The Rebel
They believe rules are meant to be broken
They want revenge or revolution
They fear being powerless
Also known as the wildman or misfit
What is an Archetype?
1. A typical character an action or a situation that seems to represent universal patterns of human nature

* Archetypes has origins in ancient greek
-Archein mean "original or old"
-typos means "model, pattern, or type
*Together they mean "Original Pattern"
What is an Archetype Con.
Known as a universal symbol that can be a character, theme, symbol or setting

Many literary critics believe that archetypes shape the structure and function of a literary work

The Innocent
They want to be free
They are trying to find paradise
They want to be happy and are afraid of being punished
Also known as the Traditionalist, Mystic, Saint , Dreamer, or Romantic
The Orphan/The Regular
They believe all men and women are created equal
they just want to belong
they fear being a standout/left out of the crowd
Also known as the person next door, the realist, the solid citizen or the silent majority
Carl Jung
He states that the root of an archetype is in the "collective unconscious" of mankind.

"Collective Unconscious" refers to the experiences shared by culture or race. (i.e. love, religion, death, birth, life, survival, struggle)
The Caregiver

They believe that you should love your neighbors as you love yourself
they want to protect and care for others
they fear selfishness and ingratitude
Also known as the saint, helper, or supporter.
Nigel the Pelican
The Innocent
The Orphan/The Regular
The Caregiver
The Rebel
The lover
The Wise Old Man
The Jester
The Explorer
The Hero
The Ruler
Dory
Nemo and Gill
The Lover

They believe You're the only one
They want to be in a relationship with people, work, and surrounding they love
they fear being unloved and alone
Also known as the partner or enthusiast
Peach
The Wise Old Man
Known as a old father-figure
They are wise
They use their knowledge of the world to give guidence to others
Crush
The Jester

They believe you only live once
They want to have a good time/lighten up the world
They fear being bored/boring others
Also known as the fool or trickster
Bloat
The Hero
They Believe if there's a will, there's a way
They want to prove one's will through couragous acts
They fear weakness and vulnerability
Also known as the soilder or worrior
Dory, Nigel and Gill
The Explorer
Their motto is Don't fence me in
They want the freedon to find out who they are by exploring new places
they fear being trapped, informity and inner emptiness
Also known as the seeker or the individualist
Nemo and Marlin
The Ruler
Motto: Power Isn't everything, it's the only thing
They want control
They fear chaos and being over thrown
Also known as the boss
The Ruler in SLOB
Dory never liked when Marlin was mad at her
She made every bad situation have a positive outlook
she always wanted to have a good time
Gurgle
He was the fish who always wanted to fit in with the other fish in the tank
He is considered the Caregiver because he risked his life to bring Marlin and Dory to Nemo.
Nemo does not listen to his father and touches the butt "Boat" and gets taken.
Gill is a rebel because he is always looking for ways to escape the fish tank.
While in the fish tank she often took care of and comforted Nemo.
He took Marlin and Dory under his shell as if they where his own children.
He had a large view of the world and game Marlin advice that eventually helped him find Nemo.
He is known as the jester because he was always joking and trying to make everyone laugh.
They are considered the hero's because all three attributed greatly to helping unite Nemo and Marlin.
Nemo went exploring which lead to him being taking which created another journey in itself for Marlin. Both did
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