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How to Read Literature Like a ProfessorChapters 1-4 NotesChapter 1: Every Trip is a Quest (Except When It's Not)Elements of a QuestA questerA place to goA stated reason to go thereChallenges/difficulticies along the wayThe real reason to go there(always some form of self-knowledge)Example - Lord of the Rings1.Frodo Baggins2.Mount Doom3.Frodo must destroy the____Ring_____of Sauron4.____Orcs______, the ring’s possessive powers, Gollum, corrupted men and othercreaturestrying____to steal______the ring, etc.5.Frodo gains his_____independence_____and finds a_____purpose_____in life(finishes Bilbo’sbook, moves with the elves); strengthens_____friendship_____withhobbits and other creatures.What quest examples can you think of?HerculesRemember, “The real reason for a quest is always_____Self-knowledge_____.” (p. 3)Use this space to record notes from the YouTube video-The hero begins in a place they do not want to be.-Someone or something tells the hero about the adventure.-The hero crosses into a new world.-The hero goes on an adventure, learning new skills and meeting new people.-The real reason for a quest is self-knowledge.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Rutherford
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Sauron, Cain and Abel, Frodo Baggins, One Ring

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