Joseph Campbell’s stages of the hero’s journey inform a massive number of books, television shows, and movies. The structure is not genre-specific, and if you’re not sure where your plot should go next, consulting the common path of the hero’s journey is a great way to get the ball rolling.
This infographic breaks down Campbell’s ideas to help you understand the pattern and apply it to your work.
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