Nothing systematic here. Just a few incomplete bullet point summaries of but a few of the ways that Star Wars has been perceived and interpreted over the last 30 years:
Star Wars The Western: shootouts, corrupt mayors with large posses, chase scenes, loner cowboys who oppose the status quo.
Once Upon a Time In the West
Star Wars The Fairy Tale: poor farm boy embarks on an adventure which eventually leads him into confrontation with and triumph over ultimate evil.
Jack and the Beanstalk, Hansel and Gretel.
Star Wars The Comic Book: masked villains, super powers, space craft, super weapons that can destroy the planet.
The Fantastic Four, The Avengers, Superman
Star Wars The Legend: mystical swords and duels, armored warriors, impregnable fortresses, wizards, magic-like powers, princess rescue, exiled nobility, archetypal heroes and villains.
A quick trivia question: Is Star Wars referenced in any Rush song?
And a parting thought: candy stripes fall, one per star, to the heath, and crickets begin their ascent, one per band, to the orbs, the whirling, whirring, spindle-tossing, ebbing and waxing orbs, the haloed, happy, greedy, flirty spheres. Nebulous splice, a crown-shaped splish, and a bossy Werdna hasten us through the halls and the vector dungeons. Where is Vader?