Poem Analysis

Romeo and juil

Romeo And Juliet TragicIt is known that in Shakespeare’s tragedies main characters die in the end, and in his comedies people marry. Since Romeo and Juliet are a tragedy, Romeo and Juliet are going to die in the end. Some events have to lead to their deaths, and someone makes these events happen. The person(s) […]

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Romantic Prose

By the side of this essays there is sink the growth a potential critical literature, better known as literary criticism led by Haziest and Lamb. The advancement of the literary criticism of that time was found specifically in different magazines and journals. Some of the journals were found to enrich with the writ nags Of […]

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Get the Gasworks

David Ignition. It is about the areas of Industrial America and the life around them. In Get the Gasworks, Ignition shows that he believe poetry should be solely about beauty, but It should be based on reality. The title of the poem uses the word gasworks. Gasworks are the areas around industrial areas. His use […]

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The Fish Poem

The Fish is an interesting poem that illustrates an encounter with a “tremendous” fish. The animal is anything but beautiful and is described in almost sick-like detail. In the end, the speaker releases the fish with joy. My reasoning for this is that the speaker understands the years of fighting the fish gave to survive. […]

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My Father Thought it Queer We Remember Your Childhood Well The Affliction of Margaret and On My First Sonne

All the poems are about the relationship between parent and child. It evolves around the emotions that connect parent and child and the love or hate that evolves around them.The situation in ‘My Father Thought it Queer’ shows the relationship between Father and Son. We perceive the son’s assertion of independence and the Father’s disapproval. […]

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Robert Frost’s Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening

In the imagery use in the poem “Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening,” Robert Frost is trying to convey a sense of isolation and peacefulness. The very image of him alone in the woods, with only the sounds of himself and his horse as they take in the gentleness of the falling snow. The […]

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The Husband’s Message Analysis

Generally, the mood of the poem, The Husband’s Message, is a sense of incompleteness or sadness and profound love. The poem tells the story of a man who was exiled from his homeland and forced to leave his wife because of a certain “feud. ” After the “feud” ends, the man then carves a message […]

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In a Farmhouse

Luis Omar Salinas’s “In a Farmhouse” In Luis Omar Salinas’s “In a Farmhouse”, speaker is reminiscing in his bedroom about the money he made after a hard day’s work. He is sitting in his bedroom thinking of all the young people of his race and how they are struggling with poverty and starvation. The poem […]

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Poem “The Secretary Chant”: A Feminist Analysis

In the poem The Secretary Chant Marge Piercy’s the speaker portrays the vision of a woman who has lost her humanity to her occupation. The poem tells a story of a woman who has lost touch with herself as a person, and consequently she views her body as a separate entity from who and what […]

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Speech to the Young, Speech to the Progress-Toward

The poem “Speech to the Young, Speech to the Progress- Toward” by Gwendolyn Brooks is about keeping your head up and living each day to the fullest. The poem, given the time period, is most likely aimed towards African American people, but can now be related to anyone who may be having a rough day. […]

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Mail Call By Randall Jarrell

In Randall Jarrell’s poem; “Hope”, the poem reads, “The spirit killeth, but the letter giveth life” (1). A letter maybe only words and thoughts on a piece of paper to some but to others: like the soldiers in “Mail Call, a letter is a sense of hope but only if the letter contains something good. […]

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Facing West from California’s Shores: An Analysis

At face value, the poem depicts the American journey which takes them all the way to California’s shores, which is as far west as they can go. On a deeper level, the poem depicts the human lifespan. I, a child, very old… the circle almost circled . Line three and four invite readers to take […]

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An Interpretation of “The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe

“The Raven,” is known as the best poem written by Edgar Allan Poe. Poe uses a great amount of symbolism in the raven to express his feelings of loneliness and despair. The Raven portrays the thoughts and feelings of a man mourning the loss of his beloved. The story of the Raven is about Poe […]

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How Does Steinbeck Present an Aspect of Power in Of Mice and Men

Steinbeck shows us power in many different ways, Physical, Personal, Financial Power and Power of Seduction the novel was set in the 1930’s when power meant a lot to a lot of people. This meant that people would do anything to get respected! In the 1930’s the world was a different place to what it […]

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The Writer Analysis

“The Writer” by Richard Wilbur makes use of metaphors and poetic devices such as assonance to show the journey of a girl’s struggles to overcome the obstacles of adolescence and gain independence. This poem uses two metaphors to convey its message. The first metaphor is comparing the girl’s journey to a journey across the sea. […]

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