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When the hero goes against the main point of his adventure (often the villain)
Usually by himself but he can have help
This is often the climax of the story or the biggest step in his journey
confrontation of good and evil
The hero will truly embrace his/her destiny of a new life: the transition from the known to the unknown
When the initiate is finally a hero and he obtains a new level of skill and awareness
His reward for his quest
This gift is often used for the good of others at home
This is what the hero gained from his journey
Different scenarios that occur that lead up to the supreme ordeal
They test the hero's abilities and prepares them for their supreme ordeal
The hero learns what it takes to be a hero
can come by chance, choice, blunder, or force
Invites the initiate into the adventure;
Offers the initiate an opportunity to face the unknown and gain something of physical or spiritual value.
The initiate may or may not go into adventure willingly.
Often, the initiate feels there is a hole in his life that they need to fulfill
The most important helper.
This person provides assistance or direction.
Often the help comes in the form of a divine gift
type of comedy designed to provoke the audience to simple, hearty laughter
has exaggerated characters, crazy situations, and verbal and physical folly
pretentious and incongruity in human behavior
developed by Shakespeare
concerned with a love affair that involves an ideal heroine
the course of this love never run smoothly - overcomes difficulty
ends with a wedding
“pure” comedy with witty dialog, satire, criticism of life
idea of comedy that evokes intellectual laughter through laughter from the audience who are emotionally detached from the action at the spectacle of folly, pretentiousness, and incongruity in human behavior
Who is the author of Mythology?
Jupiter, god and ruler of
Poseidon, God of earthquakes, sea, and
Pluto, god of the
Hestia, goddess of hearth and
Juno, queen of gods and _________ of Zeus
Ares, god of
Minerva, goddess of war, wisdom, and
Phoebus Apollo, god of light, ________, music, poetry, and medicine
Aphrodite, goddess of beauty and
Mercury, god of commerce, travelors, and
Diana, goddess of
Vulcan, forger of
Dionysis, god of
Ceres, goddess of corn and
Which of the following is an original monster?
100 hands and 50 heads
All of the above
Who of the following was NOT swallowed by Cronus?
In "Pyramus and Thibe," both lovers meet, marry, and live happily ever after.
In "Icarus and Daedalus," who dies?
Who killed Clytemnestra and Aegisthus?
Who did Atalanta end up marrying?
Select the characteristics of an epic from the following