The Tempest Essay | Imaginative Journeys in "The Tempest" and Other Literature

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Imaginative Journeys in "The Tempest" and Other Literature

Summary: The imaginative journey in William Shakespeare's "The Tempest" is related to two other works: "Alice in Wonderland" and "La Belle Dame Sans Merci." In each of these works, the human spirit is exalted and uplifted.
Inner ... physical ... imaginative. They're all journeys, they're all the same, a journey is a journey. So what's the difference"

When looking at imaginative journeys, they need to be seen as movements where the individual does not have to physically move anywhere. It is a journey which occurs within the mind, allowing them to visit any place they desire, even those that may not even exist.

Even though "LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI" a poem written by John Keats and "ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND" a children's book my Lewis Carol explore the journey in different ways, they are not only perfect examples to describe the imaginative journey, but also the imaginative journey taken by the audience.

Today I will be exploring the imaginative journey present in these two texts as well as "THE TEMPEST" a play by William Shakespeare.

In the first text...

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