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Another example of this is J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit, which follows many characters, such as Bilbo Baggins, Thorin, and Gandalf as they endure many hardships on a quest to rob a dragon called Smaug.
And, as you've likely noticed from hearing these myths, many mythological heroes follow the same journey that modern heroes take, involving entering the belly of the whale, which is when a hero enters a zone of danger...
... And apotheosis, where a hero realizes his or her extraordinary talent, and begins to be recognized as a hero by other people.
Finally, many of the words we use today are taken from mythological stories, including martial, from the Roman god of war Mars, Cornucopia, from the mythical "Horn of Plenty", and titanic, from the Titans, which were massive offspring of Gaia and Uranus.
Okay class that's it for today. See you all tomorrow.
Well that was a weird nap.
*RING* *RING* *RING*
Story by: Cole Mensch 5/31/17 Myth 2 Welch
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