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'I am the master of my fate': A Short Analysis of William Ernest Henley’s ‘Invictus’

A summary of a classic poem ‘Invictus’ is a famous poem, even to those who haven’t heard of it. This is because, although the title ‘Invictus’ may mean little to some (other than, perhaps, as the t… 17 more words

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'I am the master of my fate': A Short Analysis of William Ernest Henley’s ‘Invictus’

A summary of a classic poem

‘Invictus’ is a famous poem, even to those who haven’t heard of it. This is because, although the title ‘Invictus’ may mean little to some (other than, perhaps, as the title of a film – of which more shortly), and the author of the poem, William Ernest Henley, is not much remembered now, the words which conclude the poem – ‘I am the master of my fate, / I am the captain of my soul’ – are well-known. 880 more words

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Invictus (Unconquerable or Undefeated)

I am the master of my fate, the captain of my soul, I repeat to myself over and over while standing on the window ledge of our home, eyes closed. 837 more words

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Directed by Threzor Eihls, French artist Malone presents the classic black and white visual for his dope laid-back single “Best Of Us” featuring Ismael Sankara… 17 more words
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Invictus

“Invictus”, directed by the renowned Clint Eastwood, was released in 2009. It was adapted from John Carlin’s book (“Playing the Enemy: Nelson Mandela and the Game That Made a Nation”), stars Matt Damon (François Pienaar) and Morgan Freeman (Nelson Mandela). 433 more words

Invictus