Quest or Not!?

Foster (1-3, 5) -- Jerz: EL150 (Intro to Literary Study)

Is every trip really a quest?...
Once you figure out quests, the rest is easy.

I think that not everything you do is a quest. I believe that if you set your mind to a goal, then it may be a quest to achieve something. For example, If you set your goal as I want to achieve an A in English class, then I would consider that a quest. I think that Foster has stated information that most people are familiar with. As stated by Foster, in Chapter 1, "The real reason for a quest is always self-knowledge." I think that most or all quests are for that main purpose which is to achieve a better knowledge of something. It is hard to find the true meaning of a quest becasue a quest can be different in everyone's opinion.

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