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Because i could not Stop for Death

Emily Dickinson shows a calm acceptance of death in her poem “Because I could not stop for death.” The end seems to be the primary concern in Emily Dickson’s poem. In her poem, she alludes to our unpreparedness and how little we think about and anticipates death. She embodies death in the poem by expressing […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1342 Topics: Emily Dickinson, Poetry

Ancient Greece Modern Comparison Project

Since the Grecian times, poems have been a very integral and influential part of every culture. Poems have affected whole countries at a time by expressing emotion, deep feelings, and a sense of what is beautiful about the world. From India to America, people have always drawn important parts of life and history from poems. […]

Pages: 2 Words: 487 Topics: Ancient Greece, Greece, Poetry, Sparta, Theatre, William Shakespeare, Writer
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Sufferings in our World

Edith Sitwell “”Still Falls the Rain”” has continuously been ranked to be the most prominent poetic authorship of her lifetime. Written during 1940, London Blitz, Sitwell poem ponders the anguish of humankind and the deliverance of the soul in what came to be termed as the harbinger of Sitwell conversion to Catholicism. In this poem, […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1645 Topics: Jesus, Poetry, Suffering

The Mother and Abortion

For Gwendolyn Brooks, writing poetry that would be considered out of the ordinary and frowned upon was a common theme for her. Her widespread knowledge on subjects like race, ethnicity, gender, and even abortion placed this African American poet apart from many others. Like many poets, Brooks based many of her works on her own […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2004 Topics: Abortion, Emotion, Poetry

Billy Collins the U.S. Poet Laurate

Billy Collins brings vivid imagery of things and depicting scenes through his words. Which connects reader to their own life and engages readers constantly. His works reflect great sense of humor, heartfelt, a moral knowledge, emotionally driven, which he gained from his mother. He is the most popular poet in America. He was the U.S. […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1165 Topics: Billy Collins, Love, Poetry

Billy Collins Writter Poetry

Billy Collins was born on March 22, 1941 in New York City. He began to write poetry at age twelve and joined a magazine at school to help refine his literary skills. After completing primary school, he attended college at the College of the Holy Cross where he received his Bachelor’s degree, and he received […]

Pages: 2 Words: 469 Topics: Billy Collins, Poetry

Billy Collins Brings Vivid Imagery

Billy Collins the U S Poet Laureate Lilima Lamichhane 1:00- 2:30 MO1 Billy Collins brings vivid imagery of things and depicting scenes through his words. Which connects reader to their own life and engages readers constantly. His works reflects great sense of humor, heartfelt, a moral knowledge, emotionally driven which he gained from his mother. […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1176 Topics: Billy Collins, Love, Poetry

Sappho and Catullus Romantic Rejection

Although Sappho and Catullus lived and worked in different time periods, their ideas on romantic rejection suggest each were victims of unrequited love. Both wrote about their cultural environment of where they lived, their ideas of society, its expectations and inequalities for both women and men as well as their different representations of love. They […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1145 Topics: Gender Inequality, Love, Poetry

“Let America be America Again”

“Let America be America Again.” is one of the most popular poems of Hughes, but it is also one of his most controversial poem. While it is obvious from the title of the sonnet what the subject is, the thing that precisely Hughes mean when he asks that “America be America again” is less clear. […]

Pages: 2 Words: 462 Topics: Critical Theory, Langston Hughes, Poetry, Social Issues, United States

“The Road not Taken” – Robert Frost

“The Road Not Taken” shows the difficulty one might face making what appears to be a life altering decision, allowing him to pave his own way into the real world. It is only in his elder years he realizes that the decision he made was of such significance. Frost’s use of iambic tetrameter is four […]

Pages: 1 Words: 357 Topics: Poetry, The Road Not Taken

Analysis of “The Road not Taken”

“The Road Not Taken” shows the difficulty one might face making what appears to be a life altering decision, allowing him to pave his own way into the real world. It is only in his elder years he realizes that the decision he made was of such significance. Frost’s use of iambic tetrameter is four […]

Pages: 1 Words: 357 Topics: Poetry, The Road Not Taken

Robert Frost: Biography and Literary Works

During the late 19th century into the 20th century, the world went through many momentous events, such as two World Wars and the Great Depression. Robert Frost was the one of the most famous poets of the 20th century. He lived during a time when America and the world were experiencing events that changed the […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2045 Topics: Adam And Eve, God, Love, Modernism, Poetry, Robert Frost, The Road Not Taken

The Use of Symbols in Langston Hughes’ Harlem

Thesis: In the poem “Harlem” by Langston Hughes, the author analyzes the idea of dreams and how the feelings the level of successfulness they can acquire after being delayed. The language applied to this poem focuses on comparison, giving it a more philosophical tone rather than informative or persuasion. Langston Hughes invites the reader to […]

Pages: 3 Words: 917 Topics: Communication, Epistemology, Langston Hughes, Poetry, Reality
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