The next thing to happen within the known is the “refusal of the call.” “Often times in life… we encounter the dull case of the call unanswered.”[ CITATION Cam49 \l 1033 ]. Jeanettevocally refuses her call. At first, she will not deny her feelings, as shown on page 105 of the text in which she states bluntly “‘I love her.’ ‘Then you do not love the Lord.’ ‘Yes, I can love both ofthem.’” Eventually, however, her most primal instincts force her to repent of her “sin” because she “hadn’t eaten for two days” (pg. 110). This is critical because the refusal is meant to stop the hero’s progression through the journey. If the hero is not able to overcome those primal urges, they would not be able to be successful in their quest. By combining the advice of two people into a single principle the hero learns the true lesson.with an incident regarding Elsie. After Jeanette starts seeing Katy,She learns from Elsie’s example and from her conversations with Ms. Jewsbury.