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Comparison Between Poem Red, Red Rose and Sick Rose

Comparison between both poems, “Sick Rose” and “A Red, Red Rose” The poem “The Sick Rose” by William Blake is about a rose that has reached the end of its lifep in the arrival of winter. A rose usually symbolises love, beauty and romance, but in this poem the rose is sick. This reflects the damaged, hurt and destruction. The rose which represent as an […]

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November and Mid Term Break Poem Analysis

Mid-Term Break”, by Seamus Heaney, is a free-verse poem that portrays the event in which the speaker, who came back from boarding school, deals with the loss of a younger brother. In this poem there are several important themes such as time, age, family, pain, love and most of all death. This poem takes the audience along on the speaker’s journey to accepting his little […]

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Bei Dao’s poem Recollection Analysis

I will be using Bei Dao’s poem “Recollection” to demonstrate how his use of imagery and writing style can give a ‘simple’ poem written during a time of political turmoil in China during the 1970’s can have so much more in depth meaning as well as how his poetry baffles critics. The title of the poem, ‘Recollection’, suggests to readers an act of remembrance or […]

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Analysis of a Poem “We wear the mask”

Amber Davis Professor Quirk Literature 101 February 28, 2013 We Wear the Mask The lyric poem “We wear the mask” by Paul Laurence Dunbar is a poem about the African American race, and how they had to conceal their unhappiness and anger from whites. This poem was written in 1895, which is around the era when slavery was abolished. Dunbar, living in this time period, […]

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Carefully Read the Poem Simon Lee by William Wordsworth

Simon Lee the Old Huntsman is a poem which occurs in Lyrical Ballads and was written in 1798, belonging, thus, temporally to the Romantic period (1780-1830). Romantic writing is commonly identified with some key elements, which concern imagination, nature, symbolism and myth (although there have been writers of this period who were not as ‘mainstream’). William Wordsworth has been characterised as a canonical author of […]

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Analysis of Poem Anthem for Doomed Youth

“Who longs to charge and shoot, Do you my laddie.” This jingoistic wartime poem by Jessie Pope ignites Owen’s anger at these false impressions of war. This is evident in such poems as Dulce et Decorum est, originally penned towards Pope, hence the initial title, To a Certain Poetess. Owen’s “senses were charred” at the sight of the “suffering of the troops”, such accusations about […]

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An Analysis of the Poem Dusting by Julia Alvarez

Sarah Winn 11/13/12 Literature Mrs. Wiggins “Dusting” Julia Alvarez In the poem “Dusting” written by Julia Alvarez, a young girl tries to leave imprints on the dusty objects in her house in which later are wiped away by her mother. ‘Each morning I wrote my name / on the dusty cabinet, then crossed / the dining table in script, scrawled / in capitals on the […]

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Roger Mcgough Poem Analysi

Roger McGough was a well-known British poet who has written a lot of poems about inequality, life and unfairness between social classes. I have chosen to discuss and compare the following poem “The Commission”, “Nooligan” and “Streemin” of Roger McGough. The three poems I have chosen are mainly written in the area of inequality of this world and the unfairness of social class. In “The […]

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Emily Bronte’s poem “Spellbound”

Emily Bronte’s poem, “Spellbound,” is evocative and emotive. Its imagery, saturating nature with vivid emotions, is unforgettable. In dissecting the poem, truly examining it for its constituent parts, one is struck by the mastery with which Bronte is able to manipulate individual words and have them gush with emotions, conjuring up images in the reader’s head effortlessly. In the end, Bronte’s nature is painted as […]

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