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  • 1. Toy story
    By Sammie Orton and
    Kimberley Bray
  • 2. Vladimir Propp
    1.The villain — struggles against the hero.
    2.The (magical) helper — helps the hero in the quest.
    3.The princess or prize — the hero deserves her throughout the story but is unable to marry her because of an unfair evil, usually because of the villain. the hero's journey is often ended when he marries the princess, thereby beating the villain.
    4.Her father — gives the task to the hero, identifies the false hero, marries the hero, often sought for during the narrative. Propp noted that functionally, the princess and the father can not be clearly distinguished.
    5.The donor —prepares the hero or gives the hero some magical object.
    6.The hero or victim/seeker hero — reacts to the donor, weds the princess.
    7.False hero — takes credit for the hero’s actions or tries to marry the princess
  • 3. 1.The villain — struggles against the hero.
    Sid, the evil next door neighbour.
  • 4. 2.The (magical) helper — helps the hero in the quest.
    Slinky
  • 5. 3.The princess or prize — the hero deserves her throughout the story but is unable to marry her because of an unfair evil, usually because of the villain. the hero's journey is often ended when he marries the princess, thereby beating the villain.
    Little Bo Peep.
  • 6. 4.Her father — gives the task to the hero, identifies the false hero, marries the hero, often sought for during the narrative. Propp noted that functionally, the princess and the father can not be clearly distinguished.
    Toy Soldiers
  • 7. 5.The donor —prepares the hero or gives the hero some magical object.
    Creepy doll head
  • 8. 6.The hero or victim/seeker hero — reacts to the donor, weds the princess.
    Woody