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Warm Up. Suppose Boo Radley is trying to communicate with someone—perhaps Scout or Jem. On the inside of the gum wrapper on your desk, write a sentence or two that expresses the message Boo Radley is trying get out. That is, what do you think he is trying to say? . Archetype.

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Warm up
Warm Up

Suppose Boo Radley is trying to communicate with someone—perhaps Scout or Jem. On the inside of the gum wrapper on your desk, write a sentence or two that expresses the message Boo Radley is trying get out. That is, what do you think he is trying to say?


Archetype

Archetype

An archetype is a repeated pattern of character, image, or event which recurs in story, song, myth and art.


Further explanation
Further Explanation

  • Archetypes are seed ideas that are engrained within the “blueprint” of man.

  • Archetypes are universal symbols ingrained in the mindsof human beings, and are interconnected to unfold a meaningful idea or a teaching.


T he term archetype is often broadly used to refer to
The term archetype is often broadly used to refer to

  • Stereotype—personality type observed multiple times, especially an oversimplification of such a type; or

  • Epitome—personality type exemplified, especially the "greatest" such example.


Some archetypes you might know
Some archetypes you might know:

  • The scapegoat: The scapegoat figure is the one who gets blamed for everything, regardless of whether he or she is actually at fault.



Some archetypes you might know1
Some archetypes you might know:

  • The ill-fated lovers: This is the young couple joined by love but unexpectedly parted by fate.



Our focus
Our Focus

  • The outcast : The outcast is just that. He or she has been cast out of society or has left it on a voluntary basis. The outcast figure can oftentimes also be considered as a Christ figure.

  • The hero: The courageous figure, the one who's always running in and saving the day.




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