What Is A Hero's Journey

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We’re running away again, in the middle of the nigh, this time accompanied by Daniel, in an aged truck loaded with hens and rabbits for sale at the Issoire’s market. We made our journey, hidden together with Prince between the rabbit cages covered by a canvas. Before the dawn arrived at a bridge at Issoire’s entry, and the truck driver left us there. Daniel told to us that would need to walk at least two hours up to come to our refuge, a castle lost in this remote area. It did not dawn yet when we start walking with difficulty in this half obscurity since; we supposed to reach the forest before sunrise. Daniel carrying Ivette and walking one behind the other followed by Prince reached a Catholic convent. Mother Margarita greeted us; she was …show more content…
The gardener took care of him since he found a polite and obedient dog. Above all, would aid him with the sheep’s in the field and afterwards to guard them. All seemed calm there; no one came. For weeks, with the other children and one day a battle ensued near the convent, a German operative against resistant in that …show more content…
It knew the peasants who possible offer us food and hide during the night. The trip to Fay’s sur Lignon it’s dangerous through the mountains, villages and towns. This first stage, long enough, we did it by foot, in the paths between the forests and in the middle of wheat fields. The French militia and the Germans monitored the entire region. When Ivette could not walk the gardener or Alex carried it on their shoulders. After passing the wheat fields, at the entrance to the forest, we find a truck loaded with wood, which took us to one of the nearby sawmills. Gerard knew the sawmill managers that took all of us up to a warehouse and hid us in the high section, Gerard from up there likely watch, which was entering the sawmills without being seen. At dusk, Gerard left and returned with a bowl of soup and bread. It brought a bone for Prince, who not separated from us and seemed alert to noises. Leah (Ivette) she fell asleep with Teté pressed into her arms and Prince together by her. I exhausted, Jacob (Jacques) asked a thousand of question:¿ when will we find Mom and Grandpa? Why we walk and walk with strangers? Why have us a different name

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