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Journey Leads to Greater Understanding

Summary: Discussion of the statement that 'The journey leads to a greater understanding', supported with Peter Skrzynecki poetry and various other visual texts. Explores the concept of physical, emotional and imaginative journeys.
A journey is a multi-faceted concept with each facet often relative to the other. Journeys can be physical, emotional or imaginative and are sometimes intertwined through their duration, thus leaving those who experience these journeys with a greater understanding; not only of themselves but of the people and the worlds around them.

To support this, various texts can be offered. These texts include the poetry of Peter Skrzynecki (particularly `Immigrants at Central Station, 1951'), `The Ivory Trail', (the cover of a novel by Victor Kelleher), "Solitude', (a Loren Adams painting) and `Wedding Journey' (a print by Paula McArdle).

Each of the aforementioned texts convey the message of journey to the responder, but how so? Through the use of various techniques, each particular to individual texts, the concept of journey can be easily and aptly portrayed.

`Immigrants at Central Station, 1951' uses metaphor, analogy, simile and...

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