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Imaginative Journeys: An Examination of Multiple Texts

Summary: Explores the theme of imaginative journeys in multiple texts, including 'Kubla Khan and Frost at Midnight' by Samual Taylor Colderidge, 'The road not taken' by Robert Frost, and 'Where the wild things are' by Maurice Sendak. Describes how each of the texts helps readers discover realms of their own imagination, and act as a form of escapism.
Focus question-Imaginative journeys

An ezine article is being written for a website dealing with the topic of the journey.

Write the article that would be posted assessing the various journey texts that are included on the site

Imaginative Journey's are something that every human being experiences at some point in his or her lives. From a vivid dream to an inspiring interpretation, each and every one of us goes on an individual journey, promoting such motifs as understanding, escape and growth.

The imagination can play a powerful and significant role in the human mind, as it is a means of escape from reality, and aids in the development of ourselves as individuals.

The journey of the imagination can be experienced in such texts as the poetry of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, including `Frost at Midnight' and `Kubla Khan.'

Coleridge was one of the most inspirational poets of his...

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