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Works of Art that Prove it's the Journey that Matters, not the Arrival

Summary: Imaginative mental journeys understood through five selected text: Three Samuel Coleridge poems, "The Wizard of Oz" film, and "Yellow Submarine" by The Beatles.
Throughout life people often leave reality to go on a journey through their imagination. Composers create imaginative texts to help stimulate the responder to embark on this journey. I strongly believe that yes, it is the journey and not the arrival that truly matters. I have five texts that will inevitably support my argument on this topic. My texts being; the poem's Kubla Khan and This Lime tree bower, my prison by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The ivory trail book cover from the board of studies booklet, the song Yellow submarine by the Beatles and the film The wizard of oz directed by Victor Fleming.

In the poem Kubla Khan, Coleridge takes the responder on an imaginative journey. In the first part of the poem Coleridge describes the beauty and terror of Xanadu. `Where Alph the sacred river...

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