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Raising Arizona In the movie Raising Arizona a lot of Archetypes a pattern consisting on literary elements found in all literature regards are used throughout Ethan and Joel Coen turned a serious subject like kidnapping into a hysterical comedy The use of archetypes are strong the movie is basically one big archetype The uses are archetypes are found within the language plot and character When looking at the different archetypes they all seemed to fall under the category of characters The three characters that are the strongest points of archetypes are Linard Smalls Nathan Arizona and HI McDonnough Linard Smalls has a rough edge to him He is the evil guy of the story or the biker of the apocalypse The outfit he wears is tired and worn It contains furs and leathers off all sorts of animals and a hawk skull is worn around his neck Along with the worn outfit he wears a layer of caked on dirt and debris that tell of where he has been In introducing himself to Nathan Arizona he calls himself a man hunter or tracker of sorts Some say even part hound dog When some dink breaks out of the joint or skips bail Im the one they call This evil bad guy is willing to turn good for a small price of fifty-thousand dollars If Nathan Arizona wont pay someone in the black market will in the end Linard is killed by one of his own grenades He lead to his own death Nathan Huffhinds Arizona is a funny character Even while his son is missing business is as usual at Unfinished Arizona While he is being interviewed in the beginning he isnt even sure of which of his children where taken When asked which child was taken his responds was Nathan Jr I think All through the movie it seems that all Nathan is concerned about is his business When Linard
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