Ulysses by Alfred Lord Tennyson
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson “Ulysses” in Alfred Lord Tennyson’s rendition depicts recreation of an epic figure drawn from Homer’s Odyssey as a hero who embarks on his last sea voyage and from Dante’s Inferno as a man of tragic consequences who meets death while on journey for further quest of knowledge and wisdom. It is quite conspicuous that based on these combined accounts, the poem carries with it the central theme which exhibits the essence of learning through continuous exploration. As such, the traveller in “Ulysses” expresses – “I cannot rest from travel; I will drink / Life to the lees. All times I have enjoyed” to signify how a life of voyage can never be detached... Analysis of the Poem “Ulysses” by...
Ulysses by Alfred Lord Tennyson.
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson, written in this century is representative of the characteristics of this period in history. Ulysses was the king of Ethaca, in Greece and this poem is an account of his statements as he is preparing to embark on one of his voyages. The poet conveys through the words of his protagonist that the great king has been involved in a number of great battles and has gathered a huge store of experience. He has travelled to far and wide... ?Running Head: THE REPRESENTATIVE POEM The Representative Poem Paper The 19th century was characterized by a variety of unique cultural characteristics that had a significant influence on the literature written during this period. The poem “Ulysses” by...
Similar and differences between poems. "Ulysses" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson and "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" by T.S. Eliot
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...Alfred Tennysons “Ulysses” and T.S. Eliots “Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” The masterwork of Alfred, Lord Tennyson “Ulysses” and the “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” of T.S. Elliot are two poems in dramatic monologue. The former poem explains the speaker’s unhappiness and desires to travel around the world. The latter poem on the other hand is narrated by Prufrock who is timid and has lived his life unexcitingly. The two poems that are written at some time in the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth century reveal many comparable characteristics and differences in structure, style, character, theme, and further elements. This essay examines the similarities and differences... A Comparative Essay on...
What does the writer Alfred, Lord Tennyson think of Ulysses?
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...Tennyson, and he chooses to write a poem to praise ten years later. The poem is also intended to help Tennyson get through life after the death of his friend Hallam. Tennyson returns home after the Trojan War and does not feel satisfied with life in the Island. Tennyson sees Ulysses as a hero and at the same time sees him as a coward as he is afraid of his responsibility as a king and a family. Tennyson thinks that the desire Ulysses has on fleeing his Kingdom is selfish, as he wants to run away from his people and his kingdom. He is not even afraid of leaving his son who knows nothing about governing his throne as long as he gets... Ulysses The death of Hallam, the King of Ithaca comes as a shock to...
Victorian Literature
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson, Mathew Arnold, and Robert Browning, devised... Victorian Literature Introduction The Victorian literature was marked by the Victorian era when Queen Victoria was ruling from 1837 to 1901. The poetry that was written during this era was thus called the Victorian poetry (literature). This paper aims at analyzing this era in the poetic context and also in the faith, religion, and contemporary sources of the period. The Mid-Victorian Fait During the mid-Victorian era, poetry addressed the then issues like religious faith, sexuality, racial reforms, and social reforms that often lead to series of devastating debate (Cronin & Harrison, 2008). More importantly, the poets at the time like A...
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson are considered masters in dramatic monologues based on different works. Despite variety in themes, fear strikes out to be a major idea in both of their works. In my last Duchess by Browning, the relativity of life with reference to sympathy and judgment depicts fear. The amazing sense of morality makes it easy to identify the fear to exploit life because of the egregious support for historical generalization. In essence, Browning monologue plunges readers into a world without trustworthy and moral judgement. Company of ruined questers has... Task: Victorian Literature Monologue as a literary technique has proved effective in different works of literature. Robert Browning and Alfred...
"The Lady of Shalott" by Alfred Tennyson
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...Lord Tennyson is not a work of fantasy. Instead, it deals more with the 19th century social reality than with fiction and offers themes which go well with women and art. However, Lord Tennyson leaves it to the reader to interpret the subject in the way they love. Works Cited Hollander, John. Alfred Lord Tennyson. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1985. Print. Noyes, Arthur. Some Aspects of Modern Poetry. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1924. Print. Saintsbury, George. Corrected Impressions: Essays on Victorian Writers. New York: Dodd Mead & Company, 1976. Print. Shaw,...
Poetry analysis - Alfred Tennyson
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...Tennyson Alfred, Alfred Tennyson, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. Tennyson Alfred, The Poetical Works Of Alfred Lord Tennyson. Kansas: Kessinger Publishing, 2004.... Poetry Analysis Alfred Tennyson is an English poet who was born on 1809 in Sommersby England. He was born during the beginning of the French Revolution and at the last part of the Napoleonic Wars. Alfred demonstrated a love for poetry at an early age. He began achieving critical success in poetry around 1842 with the publication of various lyrics on philosophical and mythical subjects. Later in life, his poetry began following a narrative form rather than the usual lyrical...
Reading Response to a Poem In Memoriam by Alford Lord Tennyson
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson is a great poem that expresses many different literary elements. Each element allows for the reader to become lost in a story that is both engaging and interesting. Memoriam has a distinctive style, specific language and intriguing setting. The author has a way of wording and using descriptive words to engage the reader to get caught up in a story and left wanting to know what is next. Without the use of these elements the story portrayed by the poem would just be an ordinary story and not a highly recognized form of literature. The style of the poem was the most engaging. The word usage allows one to feel as if they are experiencing a form of art... The poem, In Memoriam by Alfred ...
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...Alfred, Lord Tennyson: Boundless Beauty. I must confess that, for many years, the very word ‘Poetry’ has held intellectual, high-brow connotations for me. My attitude towards verse has been one of anticipated difficulty, and the determination to ‘get through it as quickly and painlessly as possible!’ It remained merely an unavoidable part of the academic syllabus. I approached the poetry in The Norton Anthology of English Literature with this attitude, little prepared for my encounter with Alfred, Lord Tennyson. One fortuitous evening, I happened to read aloud Tennyson’s poem, “Break, Break, Break.” The sound of the poem was an absolute revelation to me! For the first time in my life, a poem...
Compare two or more of the following treatments of the story of Odysseus/Ulysses,paying special attention to the significance of the journey itself and of Ithaca:Homer Odyssey,Tennyson "Ulysses",Dante canto 16,du Bellay "Heureux qui comme Ulysse.."
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...Tennyson’s “Ulysses” “Ulysses” by Alfred Lord Tennyson was first written in 1833. It was published in its final form in 1842 is a poem about... A Comparative Study Between Homer’s Odysseus & and Tennyson’s Ulysses “Ulysses is the Greek form of the of the hero called in Latin Ulixes andlater Ulysses. In Greek legend, he was king of Mhaca, one of the leading heroes on the Greek side in the Trojan War and the type of a resourceful and versatile leader. Many tales were told of his artful devices. During the war Odysseus distinguished himself not only by his prowess in the field but by his wisdom” (Grolier Inc., 1961). A Brief overview of the Plot of Homer’s Odysseus The wanderings of Odyseus after the f...
Victorian Era Poets
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson's Lady of Shalot (where the poet's tone is all at once, objective, sympathetic and in awe of women's domestic lot) --- the conflict is evident in Aurora Leigh and Locksley Hall. Ms. Browning's heroine in Aurora Leigh is from a first reading not a stereotypical Victorian maid - who indeed chose to pursue an artistic career over marriage to a man she could not respect for not respecting her in return. However - the dyadic Victorian notion of separating reason (masculine qualities... Victorian Era The Victorian Era's conception of the sexes was definitely an either-or mentality, where reason and feelings are radically split andapplied. That in today's world, women are recognized as...
Poem Assignment Analysis or Character
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...Lord Tennyson         Lord Alfred Tennyson wrote the poem ‘Ulysses’ in blank verse and it is in the form of a dramatic monologue by thecentral character. Ulysses the great warrior has returned home to the island of Ithaca after fighting in the savage Trojan War. The lines of this poem are in blank verse or unrhymed iambic pentametre. This has given a natural fluidity to Ulysses’ speech. In this poem Ulysses’ monologue has helped to highlight his character. This is a man bored with the daily responsibilities of governing his kingdom. He yearns for the freedom of his earlier life. His lust for wandering is not yet over and he wants to roam the world with his old mariners. Although he... ?“Ulysses” By Lord...
The Art of English
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson. This is one of the most appreciated works within the literary world. Alfred Tennyson was born on 6th August 1809 and he was a poet... ?EMA: ASSIGNMENT “Choose an everyday text and a text that would be considered literary in the canonical sense of the word. By applying close textual analysis to each, using at least two appropriate analytical methods, show how the three main strands of the module can interweave to show the similarities and differences between the texts and the degree of creativity that is evident in each”. ART OF ENGLISH Cognitive and analytical ability is one of the major traits of human beings. Either any literary work or any creative work always tries to convey...
Interpret The Lady of Shalott from a feminist perspective. As a starting point, consider her confinement, the mirror, the loom, and/or Camelot.
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...Alfred, Lord Tennyson The lady of the Shalott is a mixture of romance, thirst for real world, quest for freedom and loss of it. In addition to this, it also covers an angle where real is in conflict with art or as we may call it, an image. To give a concise picture of the poem, Tennyson heads on with the description of a road leading to Camelot, legendary castle of King Arthur from where a small island by the name of Shalott can be seen. In that island there is a small tower or in which the mysterious lady of the Shalott is confined. She is illustrated as spending the time weaving... The Lady of Shalott’ – A Feminist Perspective ‘The Lady of Sharlott’ – A Feminist Perspective Written in 1833 by Alfred,...
EMBA 560 Executive position week 4 discussion 4
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson: “Theirs not to make reply, Theirs not to reason why. Theirs but to do and die... In setting direction some executives go to great lengths to explain the "Whys" (the basis for the strategy and the rationale for the choice) while others communicate the "What and How".  What thinking is behind these behaviors?  What causes some leaders to avoid the "Whys"? When executives impart to their followers the “what” and “how” of an action plan, these executives are merely informing them that something must be done, and it must be done in a certain way. These are marching orders, much the same way as soldiers are dispatched to complete a mission. It brings to mind the famous words of Alfred...
Literary analysis of poetry
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson and so... Professor Name Institution, course number Date Literary analysis of the poem of Robert Browning “My last Duchess” “The concept of world literature is both old and new. It is old in the sense that it has “always” been used to designate literature from around the world, and that at least since the time of Goethe it has been used not only to specify a literary canon but also to engage in the ethical project of enlarging our literary horizons to include more than just a few national literatures” (Simonsen, K.M., 2008, 9). The poem “My last Duchess” written by Robert Browning is desperately one of the greatest masterpieces of the world lit...
Argumentative Essay (The Blind Side)
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...Alfred, Lord Tennyson) to football, and the motivation of players likened to soldiers: “Theirs not to make reply, Theirs not to reason why, Theirs but to do and die…” Michael’s insight into courage in the battlefield as well as the football field was poignantly highlighted... The Use of Sports in ‘The Blind Side’ The Blind Side is a movie which at first blush appears to be a sports movie, but later proves to be about family, with sports as background. A homeless 16-year-old African American child of a murdered father and drug-addicted mother (Lawrence, 2009), Michael Oher is taken in by a well-off Caucasian American family, largely through the initiative of Leigh Anne Tuohy, the apparently...
The Use of Sports in "The Blind Side"
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...Alfred, Lord Tennyson) to football, and the motivation of players likened to soldiers: “Theirs not to make reply, Theirs not to reason why, Theirs but to do and die…” Michael’s insight into courage in the battlefield as well as the football field was poignantly highlighted by the soft reading of his... ?The Use of Sports in ‘The Blind Side’ The Blind Side is a movie which at first blush appears to be a sports movie, but later proves to be about family, with sports as background. A homeless 16-year-old African American child of a murdered father and drug-addicted mother (Lawrence, 2009), Michael Oher is taken in by a well-off Caucasian American family, largely through the initiative of Leigh Anne Tuohy,...
The Poems - Death and old age
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson. He is the poet of classic come modern era. He has written a number of master pieces of the poetry which are still very much illustrious among contemporaries. He was no doubt a legend poet. The underlying poem is nominated as an elegy of himself. He wrote the poem after when he fell seriously ill and he was near sea. He has morn for his own death in the poem. In the stanza scheme, he adopted the conventional AB AB pattern... The Poems: Death and old age Don’t need this body The poem is written by John Mellencamp who is a song and poem writer basically from Indiana. He is a rock singer as well. He is primarily famous for meaningful poetry with delightful voice. The poem is written in ...
Discuss Odysseus as an ideal of manly conduct and resourcefulness in ancient Greek society.
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...Alfred, Lord Tennyson which was the best known poem of the 1800s and James Joyce's novel (Ulysses) which used Homer's adventures pertaining Odysseus (Van 71). A hero should overpower his or her enemies and become an individual of respect and virtue at all times. Odysseus had... Odysseus manly conduct and resourcefulness in ancient Greek society Odysseus was also known as Ulysses. He was born in the Ancient Greece. He was a Greek legend and a king of his hometown Ithaca as well as the hero in Odyssey, the Greek epic that was a sequel to the Iliad (Montiglio 56-9). Ancient Greek society was mainly made up of free people and slaves. Slaves were used as servants and laborers for free people who were mainly...
King arthur
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...Alfred, Lord Tennyson based his Idylls of the King, an allegorical approach to Victorian... King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table Despite the lack of conclusive evidence regarding their actual existence, it is undeniable that King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table have greatly influenced and inspired people across the ages. The adventures and gallantries of these remarkable characters have served as theme for myriad forms of literature which we continue to enjoy hitherto. This paper provides an overview of the Arthurian legend. Moreover, it discusses the pursuits of Arthur and the chivalrous Knights of the Round Table as well as the ongoing debates among scholars about their...
'The displacement of poetry by the novel suggests that the novel more successfully reflects the spirit of the age.' Do you agree? Discuss, in relation to ONE po
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...Alfred, Lord Tennyson. 3. The Victorian Era 3.1 Introduction The Victorian Era of Great Britain is usually taken to coincide with Queen Victoria’s rule over the British Empire dating from 1837 to 1901 although a number of scholars have argued that the period actually started... 1. Introduction When one takes a look at the literary scene of ages past (although not too distant), one can discern that the landscape was dominated by a genre – the poetry. We recall Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Othello as a story written in eloquent poetry. Suffice it to say, when you were a poet then, you would likely garner more audience than somebody reading out to you a very long story with no intonations or rhyme. ...
Poetry Master Essay
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...Alfred, Lord Tennyson. 3. The Victorian Era 3.1 Introduction The Victorian Era of Great Britain is usually taken to coincide with Queen Victoria's rule over the British Empire dating from 1837 to 1901 although a number of scholars have argued that the period actually... 1. Introduction When one takes a look at the literary scene of ages past (although not too distant), one can discern that the landscape was dominated by a genre - the poetry. We recall Shakespeare's Hamlet and Othello as a story written in eloquent poetry. Suffice it to say, when you were a poet then, you would likely garner more audience than somebody reading out to you a very long story with no intonations or rhyme. Nowadays, howe...
Critical Commentary on Orientalism
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson and Percy Bysshe Shelley, both of whom were fascinated with other cultures’ mythologies. Even though they consumed literature on Eastern cultures, they were involved enough in their own religion of Christianity to observe a definite distance that still preserved them above their subjects of study. Other literary critics have pointed out that the subject of gender in oriental nations has also been used to increase distance and even objectify citizens... Critical Commentary on Orientalism Introduction The term orientalism is descriptive of the portrayal of different characteristics of Middle Eastern cultures by writers from the West. While some of these writings show the Eastern...
1.European society was in a state of ideological and political upheaval after the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars. Based on Lualdis sources discuss the varieties of ideological and political responses that begin to dominate public discourse
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...Alfred lord Tennyson in the poem... Reading Header: The Industrial Revolution The Cultural Responses to The Industrial Revolution Insert Insert Grade Insert 09 March 2012 French and English literally writers came up with the term industrial revolution to depict the social changes arising from urbanization and industrialization. Innovations accompanied the rising demands of the populations John Kay patented the flying shuttle in 17331 and it was followed by a steam engine innovation by James Watt in 1776, other innovations followed successfully building on the previous innovations . This led to adoption of mechanization that replaced human labour as it was more efficient. In 1780s the mechanized loom was i...
Compare and Contrast two Poet Laureate from U.S. and England
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...Alfred, Lord Tennyson and Ted Hughes have occupied this position while poets like Thomas Gray, Sir Walter Scott and Philip Larkin refused it. The Poet Laureate in the U.S. The poet laureate tradition began in United States much... ?Poet Laureates from U.S. and England: a comparative study Introduction History has always recorded the enviable position of poets in society during the pastime. It is said that they had been enjoyed special seats beside kings and lords and assumed a royal position. It will not be an exaggeration to remark that they still possess respectable position in almost all the sects of life. A general observation of poetry reveals that poetry has the magnificent ability to attract...
Love - And Its Portrayal In Literature.
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson, another name circling the writers’ arena, writes “Sweet is true love that is given in vain and sweet is death that takes away pain.” Through this he tries to explain to people how a person gives love easily but with pride, and how sweetly that same love can be taken away from him through death. Love has thus played a very recurrent role in world literature; in older times as well as now. It is not a lost feeling, but something that looms over every individual, and only when given the chance can it be allowed to develop into feelings and emotions worth going through. Most people undergo so much pain and trauma in their...
"The Lady of Shalott"
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...Tennyson portrays the Lady that she is an epitome of artistry for the future painters to come. Works Cited Alaya, Flavia M. "Tennyson's "the Lady of Shalott": the Triumph of Art." Victorian Poetry. 8.4 (1970): 273-289. Print. This article talks about the art as a knack of an individual who portrays the outside world as if he has seen it. Alaya speaks through the Victorian age describing the traits belonging to the age with reference to the poem. Bloom, Harold. Alfred Lord Tennyson. New York: Chelsea House, 1985. Print The author lays stress on reading the poem “The Lady of Shalott” in multiple ways... Literary Analysis: “The Lady of Shalott” “The Lady of Shalott” is a much appraised poem because it is...
Research Paper on a comparison of Charles Dickens and Alexis Tocqueville's views on America
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson and Charles Kingsley in giving vocal support to Eyre’s actions” (Purchase, 2001: 4). Dickens’ opinions on the matter, as expressed in his letter to W.W.F. de Cerjat, seem to indicate that his lack of sympathy for the American slave was born out of a sense of injustice being committed upon the Briton worker and a disgust for the Briton who would lament the state of the slave without doing anything to advance the needs of those closest to them. This is an idea that seems echoed to some extent in his fiction as well, such as in the character of Mrs. Jellyby... Views on America: Dickens and Tocqueville America in the 1800s was generally understood to be a land that had finally managed ...
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson and Charles Kingsley in giving vocal support to Eyre's actions" (Purchase, 2001). Dickens' opinions on the matter, as expressed in his letter to W.W.F. de Cerjat, seem to indicate that his lack of sympathy for the American slave was born out of a sense... Views on America: Dickens and Tocqueville With the independence of America in 1800th where the equality among es was welcomed and human rights were staunchly upheld, a number of authors started their writing journeys. Charles Dickens and Alexis Tocqueville each had very high hopes as they made their way across the Atlantic. However, both were fated to be sorely disappointed. The polish was off the brass for Dickens almost as soon...
Victorian literature
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson, Philip Meadows Taylor... ?Victorian Literature Contents Contents 2 Introduction 3 The background of the Victorian era and its influence on literature 3 Themes of the Victorian works 7 Charles Dickens and his Great Expectations and Oscar Wilde’s Picture of Dorian Gray 8 References 15 Introduction Describing the Victorian writing in any comprehensive and satisfactory way has proved to be a bothersome job for the critics continually from the time when 19th century reached its conclusion. The process approximately consists of the period starting from 1830 to 1900, although there is plenty of disparity concerning even this trivial matter. Victorian literature implies the body of the...
A psychoanalytical criticism of Edmund Spenser's Fairie Queene.
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...Lord Byron, John Milton, Percy Shelley and Alfred Lord Tennyson. He was the first one who introduced a number of different poetic techniques & demonstrated the form's full potential. Besides the flattering of queen, he purposed an Ideal England full of virtues & chivalry. Critics, on the other hand, believe that Spenser’s work is too hard to imagine as it is full of fantasies & imaginations & anyone having a quick imaginative power can completely understand it. The allegorical similarities are sometimes very familiar or sometimes get hard to understand. But overall the poem is a good depiction of human psychology &...
Reading response- base on the poem "Ulysses"
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...Lord Tennyson’s “Ulysses” Alfred Tennyson’s “Ulysses” describes a man’s unending desire fortravelling and adventures. On the one hand, Ulysses inspires me to pursue my dreams. On the other hand, I believe that I cannot always follow his footsteps because I consider it reckless and irresponsible to neglect one’s roles and responsibilities in life to pursue one’s dreams. “Ulysses” uses metaphor and wording to argue that individual interest is more important than familial and social obligations. I disagree with Ulysses’ ideals because I cannot imagine leaving my family and community behind to satisfy my thirst for adventure, even if that adventure is part of my identity... 7 March Self Before Others in...
Fitzgeralds Translation of Omar Khayyam
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...Alfred, Lord Tennyson would praise as a "golden Eastern Lay" and James Merrill would later extol as "Omar's honeyed pages" - an adaptation of the Persian Ruba'iyat that would become "one of the world's most popular books". Scholars such as Edward Heron-Allen at the turn of the century and Arthur Arberry in the twentieth century have detailed Fitzgerald's many alterations... A Postcolonial Approach to Fitzgerald's Translation of Omar Khayyam Muslim Persia has produced some of the greatest luminaries of the Islamic world, who have immensely contributed to the intellectual development of mediaeval time and were mainly instrumental in bringing about the renaissance of the western world. Their invaluable...
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...Tennyson’s “Ulysses” While others would literally kill to be a king, one king rejects the crown and prefers to sail away. Lord Alfred Tennyson’s “Ulysses” demonstrates the dissatisfaction of Ulysses in staying at his kingdom, Ithaca. The poem is a dramatic monologue that shows how discontent he is as a king. The theme of the poem is about the meaning of life that is found in constant exploration and adventures, not in sitting idly to rule a kingdom. Ulysses believes that, to fully live, he must forego his traditional duties and pursue his personal dreams of freedom and adventure because he would rather be the King of his destiny than the King... of the land. Performing traditional duties of...
19th century medievalist poetic comparison
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...Tennyson had a lifelong interest in King Arthur, considering him as an idealistic symbol of both manhood and of leadership. Tennyson began writing at the age of eight, and in 1827 published his first book, Poems by Two Brothers, with his brother Charles (Lord Alfred Tennyson, n. pag.). William Morris lived from 1834 to 1896. Morris was born in Walthamstow, England, which was near London. His father was a financier, and Morris had a lifestyle that was considerably more extravagant than that of Tennyson's youth. Morris had a great variety of careers throughout his life including designer,...
A Synthesis of the Themes in Selected Poems about War
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...Lord Alfred Tennyson, in “The Charge of the Light Brigade,” emphasize the honor of soldiers, but is honor enough to justify wars? These poems argue... the society as a whole, not just one’s mistress or family, for in protecting their societies, they are protecting their families too. Another poem agrees that being a soldier is an honorable calling because of the courage, dedication, and selflessness it requires. Lord Alfred Tennyson, in “The Charge of the Light Brigade,” refers to an actual battle, where the English Light Brigade charged to a suicidal mission in the Crimean War. The tone of the poem honors the soldiers, but the feelings of...
A model of how we should look at war
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson's “Charge of the Light Brigade” and WilfredOwen’s “Dulce et Decorum Est” If Alfred Lord Tennyson's “Charge of the Light Brigade” and Wilfred Owen’s “Dulce et Decorum Est” are read side by side, one will necessarily find that Owen’s perspective on war quite adeptly defies and invalidates Tennyson’s attempt to view war as something glorious and honorable. Stripping the idealistic mask of war, Owen attempts to expose the naked harsh reality of it through the eyes of a soldier, while the speaker in Tennyson’s poem remains blindfolded by the idealism of war. In Owen’s poem the speaker upholds the pains and sufferings... the nearest ones in the fight. Therefore, it is true that...
Poet Explication
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...Alfred Lord Tennyson’s Mariana is a disturbing portrayal of a mind agonized by love hopelessly waiting for the departed dear who will not return. Every line in the poem is very moving, powerfully capturing the unmoving state of affairs and the unchanging prospects in the waiting agony. The mind as well as every object in the household Mariana is on its way to death in eerie abandonment. It is as if life has got struck and nailed to frustration giving way to extinction in a pathetic and painful strain. It is a lonely journey of groping in the dark without... Mariana-Explication Jeynu 16 October 2011 Mariana-Explication Introduction Alfred...
Tour operator Tennyson Travel Ltd
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...Tennyson's improve their relationship marketing strategy? Lord Marshall, the chairman of British Airways, correctly said “...customers now take the basics for granted and increasingly want a company to desire to help them [and] to treat them in a personal, caring way.” In this world of cut throat competition, Tennyson needs to carve out a niche for itself. It needs to differentiate itself from its competitors and that could be done only be presenting to the customers a balanced mix of quality and customer focus. With all customer... Tour operator Tennyson Travel Ltd Introduction Worldwide the tourism industry is booming like never before. With the rise in cash-rich time-starved professionals across the w...
Alfred Hitchcock
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...Alfred Hitchcock: The King of Modern Suspense Thrillers When Alfred Hitchcock was born on August 13, 1899 to Emma and William Hitchcock, becoming a legendary film director was not in the cards for him. Growing up as the son of a green grocer and poulterer, his father was a disciplinarian who once sent a young Alfred with a note to the local police station, requesting them to put him in jail for 5 minutes due to bad behavior. This was an incident that would mark the psyche of the young man for the rest of his life. Educated in the Catholic school system, the overweight Alfred grew up a loner and sheltered. The cause of his...
Alfred Adlar
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...Alfred Adler and His Contributions to the Field of Psychology Alfred Adler is among the individuals who significantly contributed to the development of Psychology field. Adler is well known for his theory of Individual Psychology. In addition, he addressed comprehensive ideas on several aspects of psychology. While most of his concepts are reflected in several researches, the field of psychology does not acknowledge his contributions. Few individuals, beside the proponents of Adlerian theory support his work. This paper is subdivided into three major sections namely; the introduction, the main body, and the conclusion. In the introduction part, a brief highlight is presented concerning... Running head:...
Context Research Essay on Charge of the Light Brigade
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...Alfred Tennyson”. Guardian. 2004. Web. 15 May 2014 Tennyson, Lord Alfred. “The Charge of the Light Brigade.” The Norton Introduction to Literature Alsion Booth and Kelly J. Mays.... . The poem is based on the Crimean war in which the Russians, British, Russian French and Ottoman Empire participated (Donner 5). The war took 3 years and the combatants were fighting for Ottoman territory that was in a decline at the time. The events are actually based on a true story of the light brigade, which was supposed to pursue and capture a Russian artillery train, but instead ended up being sent to the “Valley of Death” (Tennyson 7, 16); so named because it was an ideal kill zone as they...
Alfred Hitchcock
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...Alfred Hitchcock Table of Contents I. Biography, Cultural Background 3 II. Historical Period, Culture Represented by Hitchcock and His Work 4 III. Issues of Global Import Presented in Hitchcock's Works 5 IV. Political, Social Justice Concerns Presented in Hitchcock's Movies 6 V. Cultural, Other Human Interest Questions Presented in Hitchcock's Movies 6 VI. Artistic and/or Technical Issues in the Works of Hitchcock 7 VII. Place/Role of Hitchcock in Film History- Critics' Judgment 7 VIII. Personal Opinions About Hitchcock 8 Works Cited 9 I. Biography, Cultural Background Alfred Hitchcock, an engineer in his early life, was born in London England on the 13th...
The Consequence of Vanity in The Picture of Dorian Gray and other Victorian Poems
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...Lord Alfred Tennyson reveals... ?Client’s The Consequence of Vanity in The Picture of Dorian Gray and other Victorian Poems The artist is the creatorof beautiful things. To reveal art and conceal the artist is art’s aim. The critic is he who can translate into another manner or a new material his impression of beautiful things. The Highest as the lowest form of criticism is a mode of autobiography ~ Oscar Wilde (Wilde and Ellmann 3) Introduction Vanity is a sin, an indulgence of the spirit in which importance is put on the exterior instead of through character and values. In Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray, the theme of vanity is taken to its extreme, a supernatural connection allowing the...
Lord Jenkins
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...LORD JENKINS February 16. The judgment of their Lordships was delivered by who said: To their Lordships' regret, the plaintiff, it may be for financial reasons, has not appeared to support the decision in his favour pronounced by the Supreme Court, and although counsel for the University have done their best to make up for this by presenting the plaintiff's side of *229 the matter as well as their own, their Lordships have felt some anxiety in dealing with this not altogether easy case in the plaintiff's absence. [His Lordship then stated the facts set out above and continued:] In his amended plaint dated July 24, 1953... of Ceylon v. E. F. W. Fernando on Appeal from the Supreme Privy Council PC (Cey)...
Alfred Hitchcock
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...ALFRED HITCHCOCK Introduction Dial M for Murder (1954) is a film produced by Warner Brothers and directed by Alfred Hitchcock. The movie was based on the almost identical stage play of the same title by English playwright Frederick Knott (1916-2002). Almost half a century later when we look back the inescapable feeling is that it is a masterpiece of mystery genre. Articulate in his cinematographic visualization, Hitchcock renders it with more medium specific vitality and verve. Tony Wendice (Ray Milland) is a former tennis player who marries Margot (Grace Kelly) partly for her money. To please his wife, he has given up tennis and now sells sports...
Phase 3 DB World Literature
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...Lord Alfred Tennyson Point of view: First... As English literature progresses with the daily changes to which the world continually adapts, the key elements of prose and poetry have significantly changed over the years. The classic pieces of the past have served as stairways to today’s bold and striking attempts to establish a modern literary Renaissance (Tinkell, 2004). Thus, below is a brief presentation of the progress of English literature using representative pieces from different time pillars. THE AGE OF CLASSICISM Representative piece: An Essay on Criticism, Alexander Pope Point of view: Third-person persona. Symbol: The writer has used minimal symbols in this piece. Hence, we can therefore say th...
Robin Hood: Outlaw or Hero?
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...Tennyson, Alfred Lord. The Foresters: Robin Hood and Maid Marian. London: Macmillan, 1892. Questia. Web. 5 Mar. 2012.... Robin Hood In the middle ages there was a need to rebel in order to survive. In case a hero was an outlaw, he wasappraised even more than if he was a law-obedient individual. Robin Hood used to freedom, forests and large territories, which were supposedly under his control. Wildness of lands and forest was an intrigue background for the development of historical events and adventures. Therefore, in order to determine whether Robin Hood is an outlaw or hero, it should be mentioned that a specific context of his life was a determinant factor of his ambiguous behavior, which cause...
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