What is an Archetype?. The word is derived from the Greek: . arche. , . original, and . typos, . form or model; thus, original model.. Archetypes = Original Model. A key to understanding folk literature is to understand archetypes. .
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What is an Archetype The word is derived from the Greek arche original and typos form or model thus original model Archetypes Original Model A key to understanding folk literature is to understand archetypes ID: 225479 Download Presentation
All you need to know and more!. Creation . The Greek, Christian and Native American myths. Light/Dark – in Greek and Christian . Animals in all three. Plants – in Christian and Native American. Single creator – Christian.
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Presented by . Jeanne Maddox, Marketing Manager. Archetype Identification. If this business were split up, I would give you the land and bricks and mortar, and I would take the brands and trademarks, and I would fare better than you. .
Expectations. You must choose an accurate . archetype and . provide an explanation of why your character fits. 3 quotes with MLA . citation that prove your character is the chosen archetype. Choose an symbol that represents your character as he/she fits their archetype and explain its relevance .
October 20. Warm-Up: 5 Min. Grab class materials. Be in your seat @ the Bell. Do Now – . Make a list of the characteristics of a hero. Compare with your peers and come to an agreement. THE ESSENTIAL QUESTION.
Irony. Dramatic Irony. Occurs when the audience is privy to knowledge that one or more of the characters lacks. The technique can be used in for comic or tragic effects. In Homer’s . Odyssey. , the long-absent Odysseus’s disguised as a beggar provides poignant dramatic irony as he encounters various beloved family members and hated rivals but, for the sake of his intended revenge, must refrain from revealing his true identity. Again, the audience is flattered by being allowed to share in the omniscient point of view often reserved for the author. (Hamilton 46)..
Archetypes and Symbols . Overview . What is the Definition?. What are some examples?. What is the difference between an archetype and a symbol?. What function do archetypes serve in a society or culture?.
Plus Warm . ups . and Reading . Totem. Natural object or animal that is forefather of a particular family or clan.. Archetype. A character type, descriptive detail, image, or story pattern that recurs frequently in the literature of various cultures across various times. .
We’ll discuss the sheets shortly.. In your journal, define a hero.. Hero Archetype . The Hero. —This archetype is so well defined that the life of the protagonist can be clearly divided into a series of well-marked adventures that strongly suggest a ritualistic pattern. Traditionally, the hero’s mother is a virgin, the circumstances of this conception are unusual, and at birth some attempt is made to kill him. He is, however, spirited away and reared by foster parents. We know almost nothing of his childhood, but upon reaching manhood, he returns to his future kingdom. After a victory over the king or a wild beast, he marries a princess, becomes king, reigns uneventfully, but may later lose favor with the gods. He is then driven from the city after which he meets a mysterious death, often at the top of a hill. His body is not buried, but nevertheless, he has one of more holy sepulchers. Characters who exemplify this archetype to a greater or lesser extent are Oedipus, Theseus Romulus, Perseus, Jason, Dionysus, Joseph, Moses, Elijah, Jesus Christ, Siegfried, Arthur, Robin Hood, Beowulf, and Frodo..
The Visionary. ( Attila, Mad scientist, serial killer, spoiler,). The destroyer teaches us that all things must end. The destroyer gets encountered whenever we experience a death or a loss. Illness, divorce, natural or manmade disasters, financial upheaval, death or other losses cause us to go face to face with the destroyer. When we make the choice to have endings, whether that be a relationship, job, or ending a project that is no longer satisfying we are consciously choosing the destroyer..