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    The Muse

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    He drew himself back then, back when he was happy, back when his muse was with him. He drew until exhaustion took over. His vision began to fade as he fell unconscious, black seeping into his eyes until sight was obscured completely. This was when he was happy, when he was able to remember. It was hazy and foggy but at least she was there even if he was forgetting her face. She could never abandon him here. It was him and his muse, nobody and nothing could get in his way. With a final glance at

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    The Muses are the Greek goddesses who preside over the arts and sciences and inspire those who excel at these pursuits. Daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne, goddess of memory. They were the personification of poetic inspiration which hypothetically drifted itself into the poet's mind. The Muses of Greek mythology had one of the most important functions of all, which was to inspire poets and promote the arts and sciences. The fortunate person inspired by them was praised amongst everyone and were viewed

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    Muse or Method?

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    Muse or Method? My eyes cast a casual glance towards the clock across the room as I sit back down at my desk. With caffeine reinforcements at hand, namely the signature red, white, and blue can of Diet Pepsi I just pulled from the fridge, I quickly put away the mound of books that has grown since I came in the room at 4:00. After making a hasty mental check to reassure myself I am prepared for the next day of class, I review my lesson plans one last time, sit back, relax, and ponder just exactly

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    on the Muse," by Charles Bukowski Poetry is the most compressed form of literature, which should be read slowly and savored attentively. Poets employ different poetic techniques to convey their ideas, opinions, and express their feelings. Some poems can be understood easily while others seam vague. But whatever they are, they all contain some common elements of poetry such as theme, figurative language, and tone, etc. ¡§Constantly risking absurdity and death¡¨ and ¡§betting on the muse¡¨ are two

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    one of the many writers who fell exceptional of such a piece; she decided to use the same title for her poem. "The Disquieting Muses" was painted by Giorgio de Chirico and later on the painting encouraged Plath to write a poem, using the same title. These two pieces of art differ from one another, but acquire a special similarity. In the literature piece "The Disquieting Muses" the speaker opens the stanza with such anger towards her mother for allowing three women, who are unwanted by the speaker,

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    Ellen Olenska as a Mythological Muse in The Age of Innocence Long ago in ancient Greece, mythology was used to explain our world, our lives, and most importantly, our interpersonal relationships. Still today Greek mythology is infused into the literature of almost every influential and lasting author, one of the more effective authors being Edith Wharton, author of The Age of Innocence. The relationship between Newland Archer and Madame Ellen Olenska, two protagonists in Wharton’s novel, is an example

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    invocation of a muse, the use of language to generate emotion, and the use of symbolism to impose some bigger picture. There is irony between the two as Pope uses negatively to embellish beauty and Leapor uses beauty and imagination to mask slavery. In Pope’s Windsor-Forest, following traditional heroic, the speaker invokes a muse: “Granville commands; your aid O Muses bring! / What Muse for Granville can refuse?” (Windsor-Forest 5-6). This invocation is interesting because the muse is commanded and

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    William Shakespeare, are two of the most well known Shakespeare sonnets. Both are similar in theme, however, the two poems are very much contradictory in style, purpose, and the muse to who Shakespeare is writing. Both Sonnets have different styles. Sonnet 18 is a much more traditional poem, showing the reader a picture of his muse in the most divine way. Shakespeare uses a complex metaphor of comparing his subject to the summer, but at the same time making it easy to understand. The poet goes as traditional

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    Paradise Lost

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    most popular epics written. In his poem, Milton uses the key points of an epic poem when he traditionally invokes a muse to speak through him, includes great deeds of valor, long speeches, and a list of the protagonists Milton follows the tradition of epic poetry when he asks a muse to speak through him. It is clear that for Milton it is the poet's submission to the voice of his muse, to divine inspiration, which ultimately distinguishes the soaring creation of Paradise Lost from an insulting speculation

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    “Cardinal Virtues”, depicting Law and Justice, depicted the human form of the Cardinal Virtues. They are Fortitude, Prudence, and Temperance. In the painting, you see Fortitude dressed in heavy armor under an oak tree. Prudence is depicted in two people. The first is a woman sitting on the top step of the base with a mirror in her hand while the other face of prudence is an older man who is obviously of high class. Temperance is shown holding a pair of reins. Along with the human versions of the

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