"All's Well that Ends Well" The Task- Archetype
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Carl Jung's Task Archetype in All's Well that Ends Well
All's Well that Ends Well
Situational Archetype: The Task This refers to a feat a character must pass in order to fulfill a goal.
1. Take the family ring from my finger. 2. Have my child. Never going to Happen ~Bertram
After receiving the letter from her 'husband' stating that he will only acknowledge their marriage if she completes the conditions Helena must travel to Florence.
There she meets Diana, a girl that her husband has been trying to court. Helena explains the task and Diana agrees to help; she is able to get the ring from him as a token of his love for her and she leads him to bed then switches places with Helena. Giving her both the ring and a child.
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