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Essay | Immaginative Journeys --the Tempest

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Immaginative Journeys --the Tempest

Summary: The concept of journey is represented diversely in various text types including "The Tempest" By William Shakespeare, "The Wind in the Willows", by Kenneth Grahame and "River of Dreams" by Billy Joel. The imagination can act as a catalyst toward a journey. Imagination initiates journeys; journeys are imaginative because the voyages can too happen in our minds.
"Imagination can initiate a journey but it is a constant in the path the journey takes"

"Imagination can initiate a journey but it is a constant in the path the journey takes"

The imagination can act as a catalyst toward a journey but the path that the journey takes is never changing. In this path the individual and any one undergoing that journey will always have to confront barriers and obstacles, the travellers will too transform either negatively or positively. The imagination acts as a mechanism to journey and it's the process that the traveller undertakes that makes a difference and is significant. The concept of journey is represented diversely in various text types including "The Tempest" By William Shakespeare, "The Wind in the Willows", by Kenneth Grahame and "River of Dreams" by Billy Joel.

The imagination can act as a catalyst toward a journey. Imagination...

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