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Topic: Literary Conceit
Posted: 19 Nov 2013 02:24

Well a literary conceit, is something quite different.

A literary conceit is a written code in which the syntax changes to give additional meanings to compliment the text.

Their design was such that only initiated persons would understand them and that uninitiated would continue unaware in their limited reality concepts.

Homer is quite important in western literature as his work, or rather the work attributed to him set the standard for western literature.

What makes literature good in my view is the creation of a multidimensional perspective on the written work.

Topic: Literary Conceit
Posted: 15 Nov 2013 03:46

I'd say there is a literary conceit in Homer. In fact a myriad of them.

What do you say?

Topic: Education in life
Posted: 15 Nov 2013 03:43

Education, seems to be the answer to most things in life. If you haven't already learnt about a topic, life can come along and give you a first class lesson.

What would be an important thing you have learnt from life?

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The Conceit

The light was weakening. The rosey fingered twilight a sema. She turned to the chair in her bedroom, glanced outside, lifted the chair, and threw it out of the window. The shards cascaded on the cobbles below. Passersby looked up, swift footed, in shock, as adversity manifest. She had ran, and dived, thinking of a dolphin. She flew. Not for long. Her general misfortune combined with...

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