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Doe Season

“Doe Season (1985)” How does the challenge of growing up reflect itself in “Doe Season” and what relationship does this theme have with the Hero’s Journey? (Female Writer Preferred, No Offense in any way!)
-How does the challenge of growing up reflect itself in “Doe Season” and what
relationship does this theme have with the Hero’s Journey that we have been examining?
2-The initiation of a child into adulthood is a common literary theme. In “Doe Season,” hunting is
presented as an initiation rite. In what way is hunting an appropriate coming of age ritual?
-For this Essay, I will be uploading the Story itself in PDF ( Doe Season )
-The Hero’s Journey Format (Steps to undergo a Complete Life)
–For this essay, you will write a complete, fully developed, logical, well organized, and well supported
essay of about 3-5 pages. This essay will be correctly formatted for our course and contain a clear thesis
statement. Information about this can be found in our Class Handbook and in the Writing Handbook you
have chosen to use for this class. Please post any questions about this essay to the Unit Essay FAQ.
To complete this essay you will need to first carefully and critically read David Michael Kaplan’s “Doe
Season” (1985). Note that this
prompt is asking you to address the key ideas that we have been examining – the passage of the hero, be
they male or female, through an experience that leaves them altered. “Doe Season” uses hunting to help
present the theme of growing up and, as you will see, it has all the elements of a heroic journey or as it is
more commonly known when following the development of character from childhood into adulthood – an
Initiation Story.
Your question is: How does the challenge of growing up reflect itself in “Doe Season” and what
relationship does this theme have with the Hero’s Journey that we have been examining?
Some questions that you can use to help guide you as you consider this question are:
1. The initiation of a child into adulthood is a common literary theme. In “Doe Season,” hunting is
presented as an initiation rite. In what way is hunting an appropriate coming of age ritual?
2. Which characters are in conflict in this story? Which ideas are in conflict? How do these conflicts
help to communicate the story’s theme of initiation and coming-of-age?
3. In the story’s opening paragraphs and elsewhere, Andy finds comfort and reassurance in the idea
that the woods are “always the same”; later in the story, she remembers the ocean, “huge and
empty, yet always moving. Everything lay hidden…” (par. 45). How does the contrast between
the woods and the ocean suggest the transition she must make from childhood to adulthood?