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1 高位の血筋として誕生
2 誕生前後に両親に困難
3 予言によって誕生をおそれる
4 箱などで水辺に捨てられる
5 低位のものを仮の両親として生育
6 血筋を知る
7 生みの親に復讐
8 認知され、栄誉

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In some novels, plot and narrative can be very closely aligned. In others, considerable distance can separate what is happening and what the story is telling of it. In murder mysteries, for instance, the plot – what is really going on, and why – is obscured by the detective's narrative – what she is telling us of what she sees, learns, and suspects. There's actually a whole lot more going on, but she will only know the full picture right at the end. In other sorts of stories, the plot and the narrative can be parallel, as what is really happening, say, a couple are getting divorced (the plot), is related is through the eyes of their eight-year-old son (his is the narrative), who doesn't really understand what is actually going on.

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Five Plot Formulas Frequently Used by Hollywood

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Jul 23, 2009 Laura Steer

Hollywood writers, whether consciously or subconsciously, nearly always employ predetermined plots and storylines known as "myths."

As it applies to pop culture, the word “myth” does not refer to a fictitious tale; it refers to a big story that has deep meaning and is organized for a group of people. Because the meanings and messages of such stories are universal, they are utilized over and over again by Hollywood. Each of these well-known myths has a plot structure and certain rules that it follows, but the specific characters and details are changeable enough that consumers (i.e. the general public) aren’t aware that they are continuously being fed the same core stories. Some of these stories include Wisdom of the Rustic, Possibility of Success, Conspiracy, Coming of Messiah, and Value of Challenge.

Myth #1: Wisdom of the Rustic
In this myth, the protagonist (often wealthy or educated) is faced with an obstacle that he is unable to overcome until he meets the Rustic. The Rustic is a wise character who is quirky and unconventional. (Example: Good Will Hunting.)

Myth #2: Possibility of Success
This myth is nearly opposite of the first. Whereas the protagonist of the Wisdom of the Rustic is a well-off protagonist gaining assistance from an outside source, the main character of this myth is often underprivileged and gains success solely by his own means and determination. An alternate name for this myth is Pull Yourself Up by Your Own Bootstraps. (Example: Erin Brokavich.)

Myth #3: Conspiracy
The overarching theme of this myth is that important, powerful people have a significantly dangerous secret. A number of people—often an entire population—are in jeopardy because the secret is being kept from them. The protagonist knows or discovers the secret and is then faced with the responsibility of enlightenment. (Example: Conspiracy Theory)

Myth #4: Coming of Messiah
Similar to the myth of Conspiracy, which hinges on secrecy and illumination, this myth features a society in trouble, but the survival of said society depends upon the coming of one person who will turn everything around and fix the problem. (Example: The Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe.)

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