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    The Lion King is a classic Disney animated film that depicts the story of Simba, a young lion prince, and his journey to inheriting the throne. During Simba’s odyssey towards kingship his father was murdered and Simba’s guilt over his father’s death caused him to abandon the kingdom and never return. However, there are many more causes that lead to the exile of Simba and effects of his departure.The causes that lead up to the exile of Simba are mainly related to the character traits of Simba and Scar. In contrast, the effects of Simba’s exile affected the environment and its inhabitants. A supporting factor that contributed to the departure of Simba from the kingdom is his character. As cub Simba has many childlike qualities, for instance, he is inquisitive, impressionable, and naive. These characteristics all lead to him mistrusting Scar repeatedly and not think things through before doing something. For instance, even after Simba got in trouble for going to the…

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    A majority of my generation has seen “The Lion King” multiple times during their childhood years. Unfortunately I haven’t watched it, so I viewed this movie with an open mind and empty slate. Seeing as I had never watched it before, I had only the vaguest idea of what it would be like. I thought it was going to consist of the stereotypical character scheme of a protagonist who faces his villain, defeats the enemy, and wins some sort of award at the end. I never considered that it would go…

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    between three and seven engage in fights 3.5 times in an hour. This essay is about Sibling Rivalry. This subject is introduced in the movie named The Lion King, the book Hamlet by Shakespeare, and in the biblical story “Cain and Abel”. In each of these stories the older brother is killed by the younger brother. The Lion King, Hamlet and the biblical story of Cain and Abel make evident, that even blood can’t be trusted, when power is involved; as it can lead to pain for the brothers themselves…

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    Lion King Character Analysis Archetypes have been around for hundreds of years leaving their mark on every story created by mankind, even today archetypes still leave their mark on stories, like the movie The Lion King. In the movie The Lion King, directed by Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff, most of the characters presented from the movie fall into the one or more of the seven main character archetypes. From the hero to the trickster, there is no lack of archetypes in the Lion King. For example…

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    Motifs In The Lion King

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    television shows, and theater musicals have several of Aristotle’s six elements from three-dimensional characters to spectacle and music. The movie The Lion King came out in 1994; it is an animated musical film produced by Walt Disney. The Lion King demonstrated Aristotle two principles: symbolism and theme. The movie, “The Lion King” begins with the symbol of the sun rising. The sun represents a never-deviating pattern of death and rebirth through its daily rising and setting, an eternal…

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    Lion King Hamlet

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    The Lion King is a good adaptation of Hamlet for the following reasons. First the characters were very similar, second what happens to the characters was fairly similar, and lastly in both the kings child was sent away, and they both came back home. I will go more into depth with the following paragraphs. First i think the lion king is a good adaptation of Hamlet because the characters have a lot of similarities such as Mufasa was a great king, and so was the old Hamlet they are both praised…

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    Symbolism In The Lion King

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    plethora of musicals performed to the stunning visual imagery provided to enhance the overall message being portrayed. The Lion King is a story of loss and love, peace and war, as well as good and evil. The natural landscapes, the weather, and the overall condition and health of the land provide context clues and help foreshadow what is to come and emphasize the severity of the situations. The first context clue we see is when Simba and Nala arrive at the elephant graveyard. The landscape is…

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    Pathos In The Lion King

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    Everyone has events in the past where they are not proud of and would like to forget about. The Lion King presents this idea. Pride Land of Africa is where the Lion King took place. There is only one lion that rules over all the other animals, King Mufasa. All the animals that live in Pride Land are called to Pride Rock, as light starts to break, Simba, a young lion prince was born. Scar plots with the hyenas to kill Mufasa and Simba, to make himself King. Simba leaves the kingdom in…

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    Lion King Symbols

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    Lion-Themed Gift Ideas for Lion Lovers Have you watched Disney's The Lion King a dozen times? Have you been to Singapore and taken a picture with its symbolic lion statue? If you have done even just one of the two, I can fairly guess that you admire lions! Lions are known as the king of the animal kingdom. They are strong and beautiful. They demonstrate nobility and confidence. They are like ninjas because they are masters of the stealth approach. They are really smart which is why they can…

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    his romantic play, Romeo and Juliet, or his tragic play, Macbeth. Movies such as The Lion King and Men of Respect are based of Shakespeare plays like Hamlet and Macbeth. Although some could say that Shakespeare had nothing to do with the plot of these stories, most would argue that Shakespeare’s creative perspective has to do with a lot of bases…

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