A Jack Of All Trade Master Of None Analysis

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Juliet Rose, the author of the poem “A Jack of All Trades, Master of None,” uses a paradox, metaphor, and analogy to suggest that one can have all kinds of talents that belittles others, in order for them to become perfect. However, no matter who one is, no one in this world is perfect.
In “A Jack of All Trades, Master of None,” anyone can go for gold, but that doesn’t make them a perfectionist. Juliet expresses that one being excellent and well rounded, has a different perspective from those who have nothing at all. She exclaims that, “Jack of All Trades, Master of None,” (1-2) literally translates to a person having talent in all fields, is preferably way better than having no talent at all. People prefer to be perfect and genuine at mostly everything they do. But in reality, people can do anything to the best of their abilities, but all for none because nothing they do will ever be perfect. Furthermore, as people progress further into their lives, they will be confronted be challenges like work. Most will often try to perfect it or be promoted. But no matter what one does, there will always be others that get in one’s way, like their boss or fellow workers that prevent one from being perfect at whatever
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Juliet suggests that having talent to certain extent, is way more extravagant than having zero talent at all. But as she progresses throughout her life, she realizes that “I’m talented in many different fields, but that makes me better than the master of one of the deals,” (19, 23) She indicates that she, the author, is talented at many things, and being so talented creates a sense of higher anarchy making it seem as if having talent or skills in general, is much more superior to others that don’t have such things. Nonetheless, no one is perfect, and even though some people are lucky enough to have talents, talents and skills will never make one

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