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Type of Resource Call # Resource Data Your s Summary of Joseph Campbell’s Hero of a Thousand Faces Web Site___Reading and Writing, What Fun! Author___Sheila Seifert
Title____Hero’s Journey Defined
Last Updated___March 25, 2010
In this resource, Joseph Campbell’s Hero of a Thousand Faces was summarized to help an author create the same physical, mental and emotional journeys used in mythic adventures.
The good thing with this resource is that it talks about the internal and external plot pattens and what should be elements should be included in each section.
Paper written for a course requirement at the University of Wollogong
Site___Australian Association for Research in Education
Author_Kori Nemme and Phil Fitzsimmons
Title__ The ‘Hero’s Journey’: Personal Resonance as
Response to Narrative
Last Updated___2005
This paper’s aim was to connect about Joseph Campbell’s concept of natural response to the different experiences of a stage class using the Heroes Journey. Using conversations in the classroom, the authors discovered that everyone had to undergo the same journey and by using Campbell’s concepts, students were able to understand and appreciate their own narratives .
Web Site___Google Books
Author___ nbsp.Otto Rank,Alan Dundes
Title__ In quest of the hero
Last Updated___________________________________
This book is a compilation of essays from three known authors of mythological theories. It hopes the most popular myths and from the oldest culture such as Babylonia, and connect it with current narratives to determine the pattern proposed by the Hero of Thousand Faces. In the other essays, the Hero’s journey is used to understand drama and study the life and death of Jesus.
Post Graduate Thesis
Web Site____ University Of Jyväskylä
Author____ Tutta Kesti
Title____ Heroes of Middle-Earth:
J. Campbell’s Monomyth in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Ring
Last Updated___2007
This is a postgraduate thesis which attempts to understand Lord of the Rings (LOTR) on the basis of Campbell’s Heroes of Thousand Faces. Kesti looks at the main characters of LOTR to determine whether J.R.R used the Heroes to create the book.
At the end of the study, the author says that each character went on his/her own Hero’s journey, thought it was manifested in different degrees. Some were outright manifestations, others were more symbolic