I need to write a paper on a poem by Byron, Keats or Percy Shelley that was written prior to Jan. 19, 1819. I must analyze a passage in the work, and focus on how the passage deals with a theme or themes essential to the work as a whole. (I may consult outside sources,but it is not necessary.) I need help selecting a poem t
These areas are emphasized: Poems by Samuel Coleridge - "Frost at Midnight", "Kubla Khan", "Rime of the Ancient Mariner", and "This Lime-Tree Bower, My Prison" and Poems by John Keats "Ode to a Nightingale", "Ode on a Grecian Urn", "La Belle Dame Sans Merci", and "The Terror of Death" Respond to discussion questions: sho
These questions are investigated: Your editor is considering adding a new dimension to the studio to include more 'romantic films ', films outside of the 'adventure' genre. She wants to know if you can do research to prepare the staff for this task. To brush up on your understanding of this niche market, you research the libr
This posting offers evidence about how these poets apply imagery. It also covers a plethora of ideas about aging themes in poetry.
This posting compares and contrasts how Justice, Simon, Coffer, and Yeats advance their themes on aging and identity through imagery.
These poems are assessed: Fragment ------from Don Juan The Cry of the Children-- Love among the Ruins-- Sonnets from the Portuguese---------21-22-32 and 43
This posting guides students about "The Double Text in Christina Rossetti's 'After Death' and 'Remember.'" It also addresses this claim: "Margaret Reynolds notes what she calls the doubleness of Christina Rossetti's poetry. She argues that her poetry characterizes the kind of life that Rossetti led. Society required a woman t
This posting explains how Tennyson believed intensely in the spiritual role which poetry and the poet must play in the modern world. It also explains these pieces and authors: Matthew Arnold - Dover Beach Robert Browning - Karshish Tennyson's - Lady of Shalott
This solution assesses Donald Justice's "Men at Forty," Judith Ortiz Cofer's "The Other," and William Butler Yeats, "Sailing to Byzantium." It also discusses how Justice, Simon, Cofer, and Yeats advance their themes on aging and identity through imagery.
This posting provides a brief overview of meaning and Transcendentalism within "Fable," a poem by Emerson.
This posting helps to collect materials for an anthology of poetry. While in the process of looking for new materials by unpublished authors, you revisit some of the classic works of Gwendolyn Brooks, Emily Dickinson, and Robert Frost. Analyze the following works of Gwendolyn Brooks , Emily Dickson, and Robert Frosts.
This posting shows how the following poets organized their poems using the poetic devices that Guth and Rico refer to as context, polarities , climax and contrasting points of view. The poems are: 1. a. ''The Genius '' written by Archibald Macleish (1892-1982) b. ''The Possessive '' by Sharon Old
Sylvia Plath's "Mirror" is expressed: "Who is the speaker? What is the central purpose of the poem, and by what means is it achieved?" Mirror I am silver and exact. I have no preconceptions. Whatever I see, I swallow immediately. Just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike I am not cruel, only truthful - The eye of
Langston Hughes' "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" and Jean Toomer's "Evening Song" are examined in terms of their imagery.
Interpretation of a poem written by a character in Charles Dickens' Great Expectations is explained.
In Chapter 6 of Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations," what is the meaning of the poem Joe wrote for his father's tomb?
"Mid-Term Break" by Seamus Heaney is assessed: I sat all morning in the college sick bay Counting bells knelling classes to a close. At ten o'clock our neighbours drove me home. In the porch I met my father crying - He had always taken funerals in his stride - And Big Jim Evans saying it was a hard blow. The
How would I undertake an evaluation of a literary poem, analysing in particular its theme, mood, tone, form and style using an example? Example poem is "Four of the Belt" Jenkins, all too clearly it is time For some ritual physical humiliation And if you cry, boy, you will prove What I suspect, you are not a man. As
I am collecting a list of poetry on the following themes for art project and select the ones that flow well with my work. I have a list of my own and also the list I received from an OTA as a response. But since some of the poems were a bit too long (I need short poems), I requested for an additional list, but she's preoccupied
This job offers a list of poetry on the following topics below: About Childhood (innocence) Parental love Lost paradise Sense of Hope
The relationship between language and content in this poem is thoroughly examined.
I explain the the relationship between language and content in this poem. I also cite specific poetic techniquea used in this poem and how well the analysis is supported with an example protrayed in the poem and how well the relationship between these poetic techniques and reader response is explained.
I need to Write an essay on how and why Seamus Heanney's definition of his identity and role as a poet alters over the course of his poem "Digging" (attached). There is a dramatical shift in the way he defines himself and his craft...where and how does this take place and what are the critical points that lead to this conclusion
Hi, can you please write a haiku about basketball for me? I am still learning how to write haiku's and would like a good example made by you.
We were assigned a poem to read and have been asked to analyze it. I've read the poem, but I have no idea what to say. Where should I begin?
I am asked to do a Literary Explication of the attached work using the passives (readers and Crashaw) and actives (Teresa) in this poem. What does my professor mean by talk about the passives and actives of this poem, and what type of information should I address in this assignment?
I discuss how Keats transforms 'Ode to Psyche' from the original myth of Eros and Aphrodite. Textual evidence is shown.
The submission discusses in detail Keats's treatment of the concept of immortality of art through his description of the Grecian Urn.
The solution takes up detailed discussion of: - immortality of art - the poet's interpretation of the scenes on the Urn - the immortality of love scenes - autobiographical slant
This posting discusses in detail Keats' use of imagery as a powerful tool to recreate the environment, which has images for all the senses. The response also explains some of the images used by Keats. It also discusses the autobiographical aspect of the poem.
Please help with the following problem: Many students are not sure where to begin when trying to find poetry for interpretation. The options can seem overwhelming, confusing, and frustrating (if not non-existent at times). This solution offers some locations (plus tips and tricks) to find the freshest material that works fo
What do these two poems, "Poppies in July" and "Poppies in October" mean?
How would I go about understanding the two poems; Poppies in July, Poppies in October?