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The Imaginary Journey

Summary: A look at the concept of the imaginary journey with the use of three sources that refer to it: William Shakespeare's play "The Tempest," U2's song "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," and Kenneth Graham's composition "Wind in the Willow." The imaginary journey is more than just the path and time taken to reach the destination; it is an agent of transformation that can change our values and morals as well as allow us to overcome our deepest fears in life.
Essay on Imaginary Journeys

The imaginary journey is a journey that acts as an agent of transformation, which changes our views and beliefs and allows us to imagine beyond reality. Through the close study of the text's "The Tempest" composed by William Shakespeare and the song "I still haven't found what I'm looking for" written and sang by U2 clearly identifies the relationship between a world beyond reality that challenges our limitations in life. The excerpt from "Wind in the Willow" composed by Kenneth Graham shows that journeys allow us to be adventurous; however it can also be used as a mechanism to overcome our deepest fears.

An imaginary Journey has the potential for destruction through the decisions that are made by us, but is also allows us to travel into the world of beauty and love. The power of our imagination can confront s with our...

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