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Emily Dickinson poem 479(712),Because I could not stop for death 1.stanza 1-2:describe the way death is represented as a
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Death as a “Gentleman-caller” in “Because I could not stop for death” “Because I Could not Stop for Death” is a poem which describes Emily Dickinson’s meditation on death and immortality. Death is personified in the poem and is regarded as a suitor escorting his beloved.… In short, the focus of the paper is on poet’s treatment of death and immortality. The…
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Examine Frost's The Road Not Taken, which is both his most popular poem and his most commonly misinterpreted poem. (Poem can be found online.) Explain the irony in the last stanza, providing supporting evidence from the poem to prove it is not about t
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Frost uses irony effectively to tell the story that the road one takes in life can either represent a right or wrong decision, but it… This puts more meaning to it than there were initially. There was no difference between the roads as they were equal (Frost 12). Even though he heaved a sigh of relief, it is ironic that he still could not stand making the…
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Emily Dickinson poem 479(712),Because I could not stop for death 1.stanza 1-2:describe the way death is represented as a gentlemen caller- a man who comes to take a laky he likes for drive in the country. What attitude about the coming of d
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Death is personified in the poem and is regarded as a suitor escorting his beloved. However, the meaning of the poem is very elusive. Using various images… The poet visualizes death as a lover who comes to take her out for a ride. In fact, with her love for life, she has not sought the company of Death. She is busy with her routine activities. It is Death who…
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Reading Response of Walt Whitman's poem
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The universal freedom humankind is entitled to, and the aspiration to have personal identity. This is evident from the line, “to speak readily and clearly, to feel at home… He has unwavering quest to be free. He says, “And to hold our own in terrible positions on land and sea” (Whitman, Stanza 1, Line 1) He has used imagery in the line, “Not for an embroider”…
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Poems proofreading
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Emily Dickinson has used "it" instead of a "he" or "she" or "they" ton refer to the dead body. The reason for using “it” is because the dead are just an empty shell with no soul or humanity and therefore, they are associated with uncertainty of gender. 6. "Culprit" is… 7. My initial impression of the death scene depicts a painless death, however, there is a…
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Poem
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I can say that there are various traits of modernism in it. However, Louise Bogan the writer has represented modernism through a variety of conventions. The negative words have made this to be… And luckily comes to an end. Just like the rest of the poem, woman in this stanza also gains some relieve for her weeping (Bogan). This stanza is powerful because it…
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Close reading of kamau brathwaite's poem 'hex'
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Among other prizes, Brathwaite prominently was awarded the prestigious Griffin Poetry Prize for his volume of poetry ‘Born to Slow Horses.’ Today Branthwaite is a professor of… This was a seminal time in Brathwaite’s life as it marked a significant period in his literary production. After this period he would continue his writing and move through a number of…
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Kamau Brathwaite's 'Hex'
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Edward Kamau Brathwaite is regarded as one of the seminal writers within Caribbean literature. Among other prizes, Brathwaite prominently was awarded the prestigious Griffin Poetry Prize for his volume of poetry ‘Born to Slow Horses.… Brathwaite was born in the town of Bridgetown, Barbados in 1930. He attended Harrison College in Bridgetown and won a…
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Reading Log of Robert Frosts poem
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The kids are carrying a pail and a can mainly because of the season, which is justifiable the presence of the well-lit moon. The children are not worried going out since the moon is brighter outside… Presence of repetition is evident in the third stanza when the word ‘without’ is used repeatedly to stress the meaning. The tone of the poem is cool emphasized by…
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Eng 45
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After a scrutiny of Harold Crane’s life where he took a lot after his mother and she was a stern individual on religious morals and values, this explains the religious aspect in his poem. The poem begins with a bell rope that… In the first stanza the poet is also being called by the rope, he is instead in a terrible state that he is dispatched and left to…
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Deep analyze the poem--They beat their drums in The Book of South
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Sadness and War in “They Beat Their Drums “ Student ID: Professor: Date: “They Beat Their Drums” is an ancient Chinese poem that speaks both of historical events and of happenings that are of a personal nature to the narrator. The literal meaning of the poem follows a man who was part of a war and who returns home.… The poem makes use of inconsistent…
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POEM
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It is orange in color. The appearance of the bed is equated to the appearance of the Cinderella coach or more so to that of the eye of the sun. The first line of the second stanza… From line two of stanza two, we can learn a theme of loneliness, and even before proceeding with the piece, one would be anxious to know what rendered him lonely. The bed was…
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Poetry explication: The Snow Man by Wallace Stevens (you can pick your own thesis/theme)
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Despite the speaker mentioning the snow man in the title, there is no express involvement of the snow man in the poem. The speaker uses ‘the snowman’ as an object to relay his… The speaker concentrates on the calm snow rather than the blowing wind. The speaker also contrasts the winter to the scorching January sun where the wind blows over the bare land. After…
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Discussion forum in English II
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Understanding a poem necessitates paying close attention to the words and particular images used in it and a reader needs to search both for the denotations and connotations of words and images by associating them with the social milieu, culture, beliefs and the historical… r it is a story, poem or a novel has the power to evoke ‘mental representation of an…
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Writing about poetry and song lyrics
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In this poem the poet grandly makes use of an abundance of metaphors of nature as poetic expressions to beautifully articulate an intriguing aesthetic… who holds a special place among this group, and his work is marked by three main emotions- “politics, nature and love.”(Natasa Bakic Miric) He has often been called the most lyrical of English poets, and his…
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Discussion Forum. Exploring Diction and Tone
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Poetry uses an art of literature that gives every word the ability to convey ideas and feelings to the readers (Eagleton, 144). The choice of words in ‘Guys Like That’ portrays… Sutphen uses the phrase, ‘Thinks wine and marble floors’ instead of ‘thinking of wealth and fancy lifestyles’ to emphasize on the cruel intensions of many people in the rich society…
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Poet Explication
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Every line in the poem is very moving, powerfully capturing the unmoving state of affairs and the unchanging prospects in the… Mariana is a women character deserted by her lover originated from Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure written in 1830.The Autobiographical element in Tennyson’s life enhances deeper understanding of the poem and conveys why the…
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Poem High School Essay
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NOTES: Marquita, read 'The Thought Fox' by Ted Hughes, because this is where the idea for this poem came from. You can find it on the internet or in the Norton Anthology of Poetry, Ed. 4 p. 1697. You can explain the origins of the poem to your teacher, once you know it and know the Thought Fox.… This poem is a METAPHOR, like his, for the act of creation and…
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What is the overriding internal structure used to organize Pat Moras Sonrisas
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Each stanza has a similar structure, but describes two different groups of people. This represents the internal structure of the poem, as the poet draws the reader to understand two different cultures. The poet uses… This understanding was arrived at after analyzing the manner in which the poet describes two different events in the stanzas. The poet’s…
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Interpretation of To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell
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The purpose of this writing example is to analyze the poetry ‘To His Coy Mistress’ which is a love poem by Andrew Marvell in which the lover’s ultimate goal is to persuade his mistress to fulfill his sexual desires. An author seeks to discuss the idea and arguments of the story.… This poem characterizes a lover that is honest about his sexual…
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The Lamb by William Blake
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The Lamb by William Blake The Lamb is part of his series of poems of the collection of Song of Innocence and the Song of Experience. If there is a "lamb", there is a "tyger". Innocence represents joy, optimism and it's opposite, nativity; Experience represents inquisitiveness and aggressiveness.… William Blake wanted to show that there are contrasts in all…
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The poem the moment by margaret atwood
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The poem titled “The Moment” is a beautifully illustrated and compactly presented work, and its meaning is especially relevant for contemporary societies. The poem is organized in three stanzas of six lines each. The first stanza sets up the narrative by making the claim… The poem can be summed up thus: Whenever human beings start believing that they have…
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Read one text in light of another text (Romantic vs. Victorian Period) and compare what we can learn
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William Wordswoth’s "Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey" is from the classical period. It was written in July of 1798 during Wordswoth’s revisit of Tintern Abbey five years after his first tour to the… It has no visible rhyme scheme instead adopting a basic continuous flow iambic pattern (lines 31-37). The first stanza of fourteen lines disguises…
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Close reading a poem and thesis-driven essay
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Apart from the love aspect of the poem, Sandra employs several stylistic devices to convey the affection that the persona holds for the lover. Furthermore, Dulzura embodies the use of… Sandra used metaphors in the writing of Dulzura. For instance, in an assertion of the nature of love that the persona needs, the word tongue is used to exemplify Spanish as the…
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The road less traveled by Robert frost
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The poem The Road not Taken comprises of four stanzas of five lines each and the poem is affiliated to the rhyme scheme ABAAB. To begin with the poem comes out as a retrospective… However, if one proceeds beyond the literal meaning of The Road not Taken, at a figurative level, one could ascribe much deeper meanings to this simple looking poem. The ease with…
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