You will use evidence from primary and secondary sources to support your claims. Compare the two cultural variations of the myths presented, including the similarities and differences. Discuss the prevalence and significance of these same archetypes in modern media or in contemporary versions of the myth.
Support your comparison with evidence from the primary sources. Discuss the prevalence and significance of these same archetypes in the ethics and mores and/ or the roles of individuals in societies of contemporary culture (e.g., the roles of women have been influenced by archetypes of women in myths).
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She often goes by other names such as spinster, madwoman, conjure woman, etc.
This research also recognizes some women as tricksters, by their actions, where they have not traditionally been given the title.
They may also laugh at things others find terrifying, such as death or isolation.
Tricksters are believed to symbolize the chaotic and complex realities of the world that are beyond the understanding of the human mind.
Loki is a jokester, his actions are impulsive but he is not evil b. Seth helps Osiris become the ruler of the underworld, and he himself is worshiped c. The outcome from their actions are usually good III. The Trickster archetype is shown as a villain, but the hero archetype also comes into play with these myths. Archetypes act as symbols for themes or certain characters in myths.
Tricksters are considered as evil due to their personalities C. Loki helps the other gods with Thor, he is honorable and intelligent b.