The Art of Discovery by Morgan Miller

All stories are the same. Despite an assortment of differing character arches, quests, and antagonists there is one basic component to all – a protagonist must go out into the unknown and change. Characters that don’t change lead to narratives that are flat and uninteresting, at best. The more lasting consequence is that, along with the protagonist, the audience fails to learn. 

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