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    the Princess, and creating a better life for others, Luke Skywalker is definitely a hero. Luke is a teenager who lived with his aunt and uncle. He would work for his uncle as a farmer. He heard of Princess Leia when he met R2-D2 and C3PO. R2D2 projected a hologram of Princess Leia asking Obi-wan-kenobi for help. Luke wanted Princess Leia, but she was captured by Darth Vader, so he went on an adventure to save her. However, this is where the refusal of call comes in. It is getting late and Luke has to return home. However, a tragedy happens at home, leaving Luke to go. He leaves his home with allies such as Obi Wan Kenobi, Han Solo, R2D2, Chewbacca, and C3PO. They travel off into space ready…

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    infamous twist that Darth Vader was actually Luke Skywalker’s, the protagonist of the original Star Wars trilogy, father in cinemas at the time of Empire Strikes Back’s release. I had never experienced what a visual marvel the film had actually been at the time. I consider myself to be one of the biggest Star…

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    Initiation Stages of Luke Skywalker Hero’s Journey Star Wars is an American franchise film that changed the movie industry in 1977 with the released of Star Wars Episode IV: A new Hope. The film was created by George Lucas and inspired by the Hero’s Journey concept. Star Wars, it’s the perfect example of the Hero’s Journey. An ordinary hero who was called to adventure, experiences trials, loss, sacrifice, heroic moments, finds his purpose, and comes back with the ultimate boon. The film focuses…

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    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…

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    This theme relates to Epictetus’ idea that irrational thoughts should be avoided. In The Handbook for Stoic Happiness, Epictetus states that “If you kiss your child or your wife, say that you are kissing a human being; for when it dies you will not be upset” (Handbook 3). This means that you should not think of another human or object as more than the other. An example of this that is displayed in the film is when Ben Kenobi sacrifices his own life in order for Luke to escape the Death Star. …

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    (13, 299, 449-450). Athena helps Odysseus because she had sympathy for him and all Odysseus wanted to do was return home. Athena helps protect Odysseus as he is on a mysterious island full of perils. As Odysseus is on the island, Athena helps protect him in a unique way by: “’First I will transform you-no one must know you. I will shrivel the supple skin on your lithe limbs, strip the russet curl from your head and deck you out in rags you’d hate to see some other mortal wear’” (13,299,…

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    smaller compared to the avatar. The Ewoks use spears, bows, slings, and knives as weapons. They use hang gliders to navigate to places just as how the Na’vi had used the mountain banshee. They were quick learners especially when they took over the robot with the machine guns that were attacking their friends. The Ewoks also helped against technology from overtaking the world and diminishing it. The Ewoks had helped Princess Leia and Han Solo by destroying the shield generator. The Ewoks have…

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    David Karminski Star Wars Essay Ms. Burgoon Star Wars, a modern story of mythic adventure, follows the journey and growth of the protagonist, Luke Skywalker, through trials of hardship and periods of triumph as he learns to cope with his newfound responsibility of leadership and overcome his conflicts. Throughout the series many characters are introduced, and all play pivotal roles in the narrative, and help propel the story further. There are several symbols and images that are spread through…

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    Star Wars Film Analysis

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    would one day be known as "Star Wars" Before George along with a crew of over 100 men and women could begin this interstellar epic they would need people to play the roles of the characters. The young hero, Luke Skywalker was played by Mark Hamil, a newbie to show business. the mentor and guide of the hero is the old and wise member of a long forgotten order of knights know as the Jedi, his name is Obi-Wan Kenobi played by Sir Alec Guiness. Luke and Obi-Wan need the assistance of the captain of…

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    situation similar to the defeat of a large group. This relates to Luke?s heroic act of defeating the evil empire as someone who began as a normal person, but when action called, Luke then made a name for himself by doing something that was viewed as impossible. Luke turning himself into a hero changes the views and understandings of the story because the audience then can see Luke Skywalker has completed the hero cycle and can be viewed as a God because of the immense accomplishment he has…

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