Essay heading: Allegory and Metaphor in The Legend of Bagger Vance for the Bhagavad Gita

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She recruits the two greatest golfers of the nation, Bobby Jones and Walter Hagen, to play in her tournament. Due to the townsmen’s demand for the entry of a golfer from Savannah to bolster local morale, Junuh is coerced into playing, and to face his old demons. The night before Junuh officially declares that he will compete, he is trying to ‘find his swing’ by hitting golf balls in his backyard, when suddenly a mysterious figure appears out of the night carrying a suitcase...
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This traveller introduces himself as Bagger Vance, and offers his caddy services to Junuh. Junuh ends up agreeing to have Bagger coach him during the three-day tournament. The day before the tournament, Junuh gets nervous because of his opponents stellar reputations. He attempts to flee Savannah so he will not have to compete against them, which Bagger almost encourages...
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