Essay heading: 3 stages of the Magi

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They found something worth all of their struggles. Also, the use of the word suggests to the reader that they are different. Eliot transitions from the negative word choice in the first stanza to the positive word of "satisfactory." This presents a change in their entire attitude; they no longer question the journey...
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They are forced to change forever. They become dead to the world instead of being spiritually "dead"; as they had been in the first stanza. (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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