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Hero's Journey.

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Lexii Newcomb

on 1 October 2012

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Transcript of Hero's Journey.

The Odyssey and O Brother, Where Art Thou 1) Odysseus and Everett are both trying to get home to see their families.
2) Many of the characters in O Brother, Where Art Thou, are similar to the characters in The Odyssey. Ex: The Cyclops in The Odyssey has one eye, just like Big Dan Teague in O Brother, Where Art Thou. More Similarities: 6) They both had people against them.
7) They both had people for them.
8) They were both away from their families almost the same amount of time.
9) They both return to home, but it's different than what they remember.
10) In O Brother, Where Art Thou, there's a flood. In The Odyssey, they're in the ocean. Differences between them: 1) Everett was in Jail, Odysseus was at war.
2) Everett had 6 girls, Odysseus only had one boy.
3) Everett only had two guys to help him, Odysseus had a lot.
4) Odysseus had gods, Everett had the police and criminals.
5) Everett and Delmar think that Pete had gotten turned into a frog, but he really didn't. In The Odyssey, his men really did get turned into animals. The Odyssey: Hero's Journey Mundane World- Ithaca
Call To Adventure- The Trojan War
Crossing the Threshold- Leaving Troy
Path of Trials- Penelope, Telemachus, Polyphemus, Saylla Charlybolis, Aeolus, Hermes, Circe, King of Phaecia, Athena, Poseidon
Master of Two Worlds- Back home, He learns that man is nothing without gods.
O Brother, Where Art Thou: Hero's Journey Mundane World- Jail/Prison
Call to Adventure- Wife getting married
Crossing the Threshold- Escape from prison
Path of Trials- Blindman, Baptism, Recording, Meeting Tommy, Babyface Nelson, Sirens- Pete/Frog, Big Dan Teague, Rescued Pete, KKK, Meet Burnon Waldrop, Campaign party, Pardoned by Governor
Master of Two Worlds- Journey for ring, Flood, Gets family back Some similarities between the two are: 3) They both had big egos. Didn't think they needed help.
4) They both had archetypes to help them get there and back.
5) Their wives both were going to re-marry.
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