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Unformatted text preview: Hannan Merritt Paper #2 "The Magic Box" The peasant father doesn't know what to do with his son. 3 Absentation (departure) of younger people. The peasant apprentices his son to the master craftsman. B3 release; departure. The master lets the apprentice visit his family for the first time in three years. D1 test of the hero. The master tells the apprentice to only stay for 3 hours and 3 minutes. f1 The gift is of a material nature. The master gives the apprentice a magical carriage. O1 Omitted. The hero fails to return on time. D7 other requests. The master asks the apprentice to find a magical object for him. *A villainy accompanied by casting into a chasm. The master tells the apprentice to go into the ravine. F5 the agent is found. The apprentice finds the box. A15 imprisonment, detention. The master tells his worker to pull everyone out except for the peasant's son. O2 the hero uses the magical object. The apprentice uses the magic box to create a kingdom. A9 expulsion. The apprentice/king magic box is stolen and he is banished into a ditch. O3 numerology. The apprentice/king is in the ditch for three days. E4 freeing of a captive. The king goes through a whole ordeal of getting out of the ditch. Return of the hero. The hero returns to his kingdom. F5 the agent is found. The apprentice finds the key to the box in his pocket. U punishment of the false hero or villain. The apprentice/king orders the beggar woman and her son are put to death. ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course RUS FSEM taught by Professor Galloway during the Fall '08 term at Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
- Fall '08