Archetypes are not simple stereotypes or strict character roles. They are open to interpretation, and are an excellent tool in helping a writer develop the dynamics in their story.

Archetypes are not simple stereotypes or strict character roles. They are open to interpretation, and are an excellent tool in helping a writer develop the dynamics in their story.

Archetype -  click : http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp to take Carl Jung typology test, learn yourself :)

Archetype - click : http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp to take Carl Jung typology test, learn yourself :)

JUNGIAN ARCHETYPES/ORIGIN: Carl Jung's Archetypes show the different personalities within a person. EXPLANATION: Different archetypes can represent different personalities of a person, or multiple people. EXAMPLE: Similar to the Shadow in Jungian Archetypes, Peter Pan's shadow can represent chaos and trouble.

JUNGIAN ARCHETYPES/ORIGIN: Carl Jung's Archetypes show the different personalities within a person. EXPLANATION: Different archetypes can represent different personalities of a person, or multiple people. EXAMPLE: Similar to the Shadow in Jungian Archetypes, Peter Pan's shadow can represent chaos and trouble.

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