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The Sunflower’s Poetic Journey

“The poet, however, uses these two crude, primitive, archaic forms of thought (simile and metaphor) in the most uninhibited way, because his job is not to describe nature, but to show you a world completely absorbed and possessed by the human mind.”

―Northrop Frye, The Educated Imagination

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