Jonas' hero journey

Jonas' hero journey
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  • The Ultimate Boon
  • He killed it! My father killed it! (Lowry 188)
  • "Bye-bye, little guy" (Lowry 188)
  • OFF
  • Refusal of the return 
  • Yes, Receiver. How may I help you? (Lowry 191)
  • I will take care of that, sir. Thank you for instructions (Lowry 191)
  • I will take care of that, sir. Thanks for your instructions (Lowry 191)
  • ON
  • Notify the new Receiver's  family unit that he will be staying with me tonight, for  additional training. (Lowry 191)
  • The night, Jonas was forced to flee. He left the dwelling shortly after the sky became dark and the community still....Beyond the Plaza he could see the House of the Old, with the Annex behind it, outlined agoinst the night sky. But he could not stop there.(Lowry 204)
  • Magic Flight
  • Rescue from Without
  • He thought he heard music too. But perhaps it was only an echo.(lowry 225)
  • The Crossing or Return Threshold
  • The End
  • I think The Giver fits the Hero journey archetype, In this project I show the parts that I think represent the faces of the hero's journey  challenges. In the end I think that Jonas die by the evidence if found in the book's last chapter.
  • But he began, suddenly, to feel happy. He began to recall happy times. he remembered his parent and his sister. He remembered his friends, Asher and Fiona. He remembered the Giver.(Lowry 223)
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