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Poetry Nothing Is beautiful As Spring

“Nothing is beautiful as Spring”. This Italian sonnet was written to describe a natural world. God’s presence is identified as an electrical current that runs through the earth. God’s presence runs like the refracted glinting of light produced by metal foil, whenever it is moved quickly. The sonnet quotes God to be like rich oil. Oil is very rich and thick. Oil is needed every […]

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Leper’s Poetry

Leper describes the action sequence of the two boys running towards the tree. He describes the way they were positioned, the way they were moving and interacting. Given that he could not see anything because of the sun in his eyes he describes the situation through the shapes he could see of their bodies. He narrates his testimony in a more exaggerated way. Lepers uses […]

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Confessional Mode in Poetry of Kamala Das

Confessional mode of writing has its virtual origin in the imides in America. It is hybrid mode of poetry which meaner objective, analytical or even clinical observation of incidents from one’s own life. Confessional poems are intensely personal and highly subjective. There is no ‘persona’ in the poems. ‘l’ in the poems is the poet and nobody else. The themes are nakedly embarrassing and focus […]

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Modernity in Kiray-a Poetry

MODERNITY IN KINARAY-A POETRY A Study of 15 Contemporary Kinaray-a Poems using the concept of Modernity An Undergraduate Thesis Presented to Division of Humanities College of Arts and Sciences University of the Philippines in the Visayas Miagao, Iloilo In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Bachelor of Arts in Literature By Tricy E. Sumugat October 2008 APPROVAL SHEET The Undergraduate Thesis Attached entitled Modernity […]

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English Poetry

Emerson“The Echoing Green” and “The Eolian Harp” “The Echoing Green” is a poem written by William Blake. It was taken from Blake’s Songs of Innocence, and is also a pictorial poem of Blake’s. In this poem, the poet describes a happy country side view where the arrival of spring is welcomed by sunny skies, and ringing bells. It takes place on an ideal day in […]

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To an Athlete Dying Young Poetry Analysis

Sydney Walcher Instructor, Lisa Ward English 1213 8 April 2013 To an Athlete Dying Young A. E. Housman was a poet born in 1859 who became very successful during his lifetime. “To an Athlete Dying Young” represents the theme of glory is fleeting by illustrating the point that if a successful athlete dies young, they will not have to worry about their glory of victory […]

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Plato’s Attack on Poetry

Poetry In order to understand Plato’s attack on poetry we have to take in consideration the political and social context of Athens at that time. It was the context where Plato devoted all his efforts to uplift the moral condition of the individuals and the well being of the state. The aim of his literary criticism was to educate the youth and form them into […]

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Difference and Similarities in Browning’s poetry

In these poems Browning gives us an insight into minds corrupted by jealousy. Discuss how Browning makes effective use of the dramatic monologue to reveal the characters of the narrators, and shock the readers. Which did you find most shocking and why? A dramatic monologue is s type of poem. It is like a speech which reveals a character’s thought and feelings. The poet takes […]

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Feelings in Tennyson’s Poetry: “Tears, Idle Tears”

Tennyson’s emotions are clearly very deep and thoughtful, but with a lack of knowledge of where they come from, leading to a theme of confusion. His feelings are portrayed with vivid imagery and description, and the structure of the poem enhances this by adding rigidity. The enjambement and repetition add to the idea of overwhelming emotion. The poem begins with ‘Tears, Idle Tears’, the repetition […]

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