These events can occur physically physical journey or emotionally and intellectually inner journey it is important to define the journey achieved, while analysing any specific text the set text in this essay “the love song of j alfred prufrock” by ts elliot and “of eurydice” by ivan lalic can be used to create a comparison in. Nb while every attempt has been made by the author to compose an authentic version of paper 1 of the hsc english examination (area of study: the journey), students should note that the format of this examination is subject to variation from year to year and they should consult their teachers and the board of studies. Ivan v lalić (june 8, 1931 – july 28, 1996) was a serbian poet with a reputation as one of the finest european poets of his time contents [hide] 1 biography 2 poetry 3 bibliography 4 external links 5 references biography lalić was born into a cultured family in belgrade his father, vlajko, was a journalist, and his. Free essay: the metaphorical journey extends to the notion vast multitude of humans (ie, the sheep that santiago herded) know only the physical aspect of in stark contradiction to this, ivan lalic's poem of eurydice , delves into the disruptive and negative force of knowledge, in contrast to the alchemist which details an. Louis nowra, così • poetry – ken watson (ed), at the round earth's imagined corners sujata bhatt, the one who goes away ivan lalic, of eurydice gwyneth lewis, fax x mudrooroo, a righteous day jános pilinszky, the french prisoner vittorio sereni, a dream xuan quynh, worried over the days past.
'of eurydice' by ivan lalic, 'fax x' by gwyneth lewis, 'wind in the willows' by kenneth graham, 'the road not taken' by robert frost, 'the red tree' by shaun tan and 'baraka' directed by ron fricke are five texts that explore this concept of inner journeys collectively they present inner journeys to be.
In the prescribed texts, lewis' 'fax x', lalic 'of eurydice' and bhatts 'the one who goes away' are replicated in inner journeys inner journeys are also ivan lalic's poem 'of eurydice', through the persona and techniques, shows that a journey can be seen as much more than just travel as the persona.