A Worn Path

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  • This story closely follows the journey archetype. Here, the quester, Phoenix, is laying in a ditch when the hunter finds her. She is in a dazed and dreamlike state, laying on her back.
  • Well, Granny! What are you doing there?
  • Lying on my back like a June-bug waiting to be fumed over, mister.
  • Phoenix faces many obstacles on her journey. The hunter is one of those obstacles. Phoenix distracts the hunter by causing the two dogs to fight. Then she quickly steals the nickel that had fallen out of the hunter's pocket. She feels guilty the whole time.
  • God watching me the whole time. I come to stealing.
  • Phoenix arrives at the town, the destination, and asks a lady to tie her shoes. The lady is condescending toward Phoenix, but she ties the shoe anyway.
  • Can't lace 'em with a cane. Thank you missy. I doesn't mind asking a nice lady to tie up my shoe, when I gets out on the street.
  • Stand still then, Grandma
  • Phoenix finally gets the medicine for her grandson, the stated reason for the journey. But, through her journey she also showed her love and perseverance for her grandson, enduring prejudiced characters, physical, and psychological obstacles for the little boy she loves.
  • It's Christmas time, can I give you a few pennies out of my purse?
  • Charity.
  • THE
  • END
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