Luke Skywalker Character Analysis

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Emmie Lew #11271
Ms. Baldwin
English 8
November 18, 2015
Star Wars Analysis
The protagonist is Luke Skywalker. This is because his actions propel the story and deliver the climax. This is because he climax is when Luke shoots down the Death Star. Without Luke the climax wouldn't have been delivered.
The antagonist is Darth Vader because Darth Vader makes all decisions to eliminate the Rebels. He is the head of the force that is going against the Rebellion.
The foil character is Han Solo. Han Solo is a very self involved character which makes Luke look a lot better. Luke shows this when he goes to save Princess Leia without even knowing her. Han Solo only cares about himself and the money he will get in the end. Solo would rather save himself than worry about anyone else of the Rebels.
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of conflict was when Luke Skywalker is trying to find C3PO and comes in contact with the little men/ dwarfs. He gets shot at and becomes unconscious for awhile. Then he meets Obi Wan Kenobi and he tells Luke about going to Alderaan and trying to defeat the Death Star. Obi Wan sees the message from Princess Leia and thus inviting Luke to join him. Without this message Luke wouldn’t have gone with Obi Wan Kenobi.
Rising Action: Much of the action in the story begins when Luke and Obi Wan meet with Chewbacca and Han Solo and start talking about their plans. This is when they first start sneaking around the Stormtroopers. Then, they board the space ship/ airplane and eventually go to the Death Star. There, they try and find Princess Leia and Luke tries to work on a newly discovered power, “using the force”.
Climax: The climax is when Luke makes the shot in order to destroy the Death Star. This is a shot that nobody thought they were going to execute. In this, Luke finally discovers and uses his force that Obi Wan was talking about. He discovers how powerful he actually is and how much damage he could

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