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    paths, and guided into a way of teaching. In stories, many young heroes are guided, taught to master a skill or lead to the correct pathway. Mr. Miyagi, Uncle Ben, Gandalf, all are mentors or guides in their own ways. In just these same ways, Obi-Wan Kenobi serves as a mentor to the young Luke Skywalker, leading him in the direction of heroism, teaching him the ways of The Force, and guiding him through peril. Luke’s turmoil begins after purchasing the droids C3P0 and R2-D2 from local Jawas. The

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    Leia, a prominent leader of the Rebel Alliance, which is carrying the plans, is captured by an Imperial Star Destroyer. During the ensuing battle, Princess Leia slips away, where we see her giving the secret documents and a cry for help directed at Obi-Wan, a Jedi and old friend, to R2-D2, a maintenance droid. After R2-D2 and C-3PO (another droid aboard the ship) escape on an emergency pod, Darth Vader takes Leia as prisoner, where Vader demands to know where the plans are. She refuses. R2-D2 and C-3PO

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    Heroes are seen all around us, in life, literature, and movies. Heroes like Superman, Captain America, and Thor are common, but have you ever thought of Luke Skywalker as an archetypal hero? Luke Skywalker is an aspiring young Jedi Knight, who is called to the quest of defeating the empire in the movie Star Wars IV: A New Hope, written and directed by George Lucas. Luke Skywalker demonstrates certain characteristics before, during, and after his quest that makes him an archetypal hero. An archetypal

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    aboard the Death Star. She is captured by Darth Vader and interrogated for information about the location of the Rebel Base. In the meantime R2-D2 and C-3PO escape without being captured while withholding vital information that must be brought to Obi-Wan Kenobi. They travel on a ship landing in the desert land of Tatooine and soon end up in the hands of Luke Skywalker. Luke sees the message from Princess Leia that R2-D2 withheld and is then determined to help her. Soon after R2-D2 runs away from Luke

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    imagination of many as viewers watched how the heroes fought and won against Darth Vader. The Prequel Triology explained the backround of the formidable Sith Lord, starting from his childhood in The Phantom Menace (1999). It introduced characters Obi Wan Kenobi (played by Ewan McGregor in the Prequel, Alec Guinnes in the Original), Padme Amidala (Natalie Portman) and the little boy who would become Darth Vader, Anakin Skywalker (played by Jake Llyod). Later, in 2002 Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones

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    An epic, according to Merriam Webster is: “telling a story about a hero or about exciting events or adventures”. Now, we both know that there is a little more to an epic than that, like the many elements that make an ordinary story an epic. These elements are portrayed in various forms in both Star Wars and The Odyssey. However, some are not so obvious or easily detected. This can help us decide which is a better example and which is a better choice to teach to students. Read on Having a vast setting

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    Motion Pictures have always had a strong influence in today’s culture, but maybe none as prevalent as Star Wars. Originating with Episode 4 A New Hope, the series boomed from 1977 to 2005 with yet another addition coming in 2015. The strongest of the series was the original trilogy episodes 4, 5, and 6, all generally released in the 1980s. As one of the strongest film francaises still today, it’s impact within the 1980s was only the tip of the iceberg. Children and adults alike still anticipate

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    Star Wars IV: A New Hope

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    the Millennium Falcon, Obi-Wan teaches Luke about the force telling him to “let go of the conscious mind … and feel the force flowing through you.” (1:00:00). This serves as an important lesson for Luke’s final onslaught on the death star and plays a critical role in him reaching the Self. Indeed, until his death, Obi-Wan provides Luke with continuous guidance, thus representing his positive shadow, as he holds the qualities Luke needs to become a Jedi knight. Moreover, Obi-Wan’s connection with

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    The first is that the beginning sentence on the screen is 'In a galaxy far far away.' This shows a fairy tale beginning. There is both a villain who is Darth Vader with his Empire, and a hero who is Luke Skywalker, along with Hans Solo and Obi Wan Kenobi. There is usually a damsel in distress, who in this is case Princess Leia; she has been adapted as a modern princess, by being independent. The journey to a strange or magical place is Tattooi, and there is a mission to be completed, which

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    in the galaxy an evil force is destroying planets that gets in its way, the ship is called the Death Star. Princess Leia, the leader of the Rebel alliance sends 2 droids to give a message to Obi-Wan Kenobi to help Princess Leia destroy the Death Star. The droids meet Luke and they find Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke joins them on their mission. They meet Han Solo who helps them out, they get into the ‘Death Star’ where they find Princess Leia imprisoned and they rescue her and then they try and defeat

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