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Character Archetypes: The Villain

Aside from the Hero, the Villain is probably the most common character archetype. After all, without a villain, many stories would not happen. Heroes rise up solely to fight the evil villains bring into the world; with a villain, without their evil plan, heroes probably wouldn’t have destinies, or have lost their families, or be forced into the world. 233 more words

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Menashe Kadishman – In Memoriam

Menashe Kadishman – In Memoriam

A sheepherder regardeth the life of his sheep. Even if o’ so white, each one and its life. In the flied, peaceful, grazing, being heard. 169 more words

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How to get new ideas for life, work and dreams

I’m a great believer in holidays. When you’re away from home, you can see your normal day-to-day life from outside, and it gives you a different perspective. 336 more words

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8 Urban Fantasy Archetypes You Deal With Every Day

Urban Fantasy is a great escape from reality.

Yet if you think about it, you face the following Urban Fantasy archetypes every day.

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Okay, so maybe you aren’t a soldier in an ancient vampire war, or facing an impending demon horde.  648 more words

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The Transformer

I am delighted that we have such a wonderful example of the Transformer in our world. I am speaking, of course, of the whole line of Transformer toys. 391 more words

Archetypes

I Don't Know Why She Does It...

This novel opens with the heroine ‘distressing’ mince pies to pass them off as home-made. She’s trying to juggle career and family. The question you might ask me is not how, but why? 416 more words

Jane Bailey Bain

Character Archetypes: The Hero

Perhaps the best known of all character archetypes is the hero. Most stories have a hero, after all, and even non-standard protagonists tend to be labeled by their relationship to the hero archetype: a tragic hero, for example, or an anti-hero. 308 more words

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