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An African Elegy Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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After researching the basic beliefs of Theosophy, give a report to your class outlining them. Are there connections you can draw between any of these beliefs and Duncan's poem?

Keep a dream diary for one month, writing down as much and as many of your dreams as you can remember. Then catalog all of the images and stories. Do certain images or stories recur? What do these images and stories tell you about that month in your life?

Write a poem or story about the creation of the universe using symbols that are personally meaningful to you. Do not worry if these symbols will be accessible to others. Then write a short essay describing why you chose those particular symbols.

Research the use of magic by the Swahili. Do you see any similarities with the rituals Duncan describes in his poem?

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