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Part III: The Return
A. Refusal of Return The hero wonders if it’s possible to return to the old life. “How can I go back?”
B. Magic Flight Upon deciding to return home, the hero must “flee” from yet another danger. (Here, “flight” refers to fleeing, not flying, though sometimes flying is involved.)
C. Rescue from Without/Danger The hero escapes with a little outside help—a force from “without”.
D. Crossing the Return Threshold The hero returns home—or to some state of “normalcy”. Some heroes may not return to the same “home”.
E. Mastery of Two Worlds The hero realizes that he/she can be at home in two worlds. He/she is wiser and more confident.
F. Freedom to Live Having faced evil - both from within and without - the hero is free from powerlessness and fear.
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