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My Father Began as a God by Ian Mudie
conflicting views. When the son started to hit his teen years, which are the most rebellious years of anyones life, Ian Mudie uses repetition of the word strange which suggest to the responder that over each paragraph the sons perspective keeps changing. This idea of an accumulative identity is also present in the poem My Father began as a God, as time goes on the more the composer sees himself as "one more of all the little men or similar to his father. When Josies meets her long lost love John Barton, who goes to an all boys private school, the director makes the scene slow down and uses an emotive song which clearly states Josies intentions for him.
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He fearlessly lifted to me to heaven by a mere swing to his shoulder, and made me a godling. They also illustrate that a person can not only change one part about them but they can change many part. These texts have enforced my understanding of the affect incidences have on people, and how they deal with this. The underlying meaning of this phrase is that he magnets and their uses never. My father began as a god by Ian Mudie My father began as a god, full of heoric tales of days when he was young. Also the repetition of shrank is used to highlight how small his father has become in his eyes compared to when he was younger. Some changers are for the good but some may be for the bad. In Looking for Alibrandi directed by Kate Woods the responder see that a persons perspective of the world can change over a short period of time. Ian Mudie uses some other language techniques his poem for a variety of reasons. The 'little man' can be taken literally as height, or metaphorically as a man, who has shrunk in strength, and knowledge.
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