Forster, J. (2007). Muses: Revealing the Nature of Inspiration. Harpenden, Herts: Oldcastle Books.
Inspiration can motivate people to carry out feats of imaginative brilliance, to invent entirely new ways of perceiving the world and to create breathtaking works of art, literature or music. And, in the realm of inspiration, one thing is certain muses – have a large role to play. p13
The archetype of the passive news found in Ancient Greece and the Middle Ages has been shed in the centuries sense then; muses have found their voice, and minds have opened to accommodate spiritual, male and mutual muses. p14
When feisty muses and artists get together it can become combustible – like sodium making contact with water. p15
This is inspiration in the context of human relationships and, in many instances, in the context of the love which binds the artist and used together – sometimes across continents, often beyond…
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