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Title: 3 stages of the Magi

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Subject: Religion
Date: August 6, 2005
Length: 2 / 524
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(5) When Eliot states; "we returned to our places, these Kingdoms,/ But no longer at ease here, in the old dispensation," he is emphasizing that the Magi not only devalue what they once thought was so crucial, by using the word "places" , but more importantly he wants the reader to recognize that they are no longer the same men...

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(40-41) The Magi go from embracing their world to being "glad of another death." (43) They long to be with the Lord in Heaven as opposed to "with an alien people clutching their gods." (42) This stanza of the poem is the most significant because it illuminates the greatest progress of the Magi...

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