Tradition, Myth, and Failure in ‘The Last Jedi’

‘Last Jedi’ is about failure. That’s a good thing.

Last Jedi is about breaking free from tradition. Episode IX will fix this.

‘Last Jedi’ is a Painful, Necessary Deconstruction of the Hero Myth — And a New Embrace of It.

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Professor, Georgetown University. Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council. Research Fellow, Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.

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Professor, Georgetown University. Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council. Research Fellow, Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.

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