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Analysis of 'Under Milk Wood' by Dylan Thomas

In three pages this poem is analyzed in its depiction of loving women, the life cycle, death's inevitability, and the loss of inno...

Dylan Thomas's 'Fern Hill' and Revisiting Childhood

In five pages this poem is analyzed in terms of the poet's employment of imagery and the reasons for its complexity. Two sources ...

'To Lucasta' by Richard Lovelace

In two pages this essay analyzes this love poem in terms of the poet's descriptive language and its emotional attributes. There i...

Songs of Experience by William Blake

This paper considers how the poet's life was negatively impacted by religion and circumstances as revealed in his collection of po...

Art is Imitating Life in Thomas Hardy's Poetry

awhile as an architect before devoting himself to literature as a full-time vocation. He married in 1874, and within ten years, t...

Paul Laurence Dunbar and Phillis Wheatley comparing the Work of the Two Authors

Although Paul Laurence Dunbar was born nearly a century after Wheatley's death, the two authors share common traits other than the...

John Donne's Poetry and Themes of Love and Death

In ten pages John Donne's poetry including 'Valediction Forbidding Mourning,' 'The Sunne Rising,' and 'The Anniversary' are exami...

Controversy and Kudos -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge

One of England's foremost poet and philosopher-critic during the Romantic Movement, Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote some of the grea...

Comparison of Poems 'To the Evening Star' by William Blake and 'It is a Beauteous Evening' by William Wordsworth

In five pages this paper contrasts and compares these poems in an analysis of each poet's voice and how it is influenced by imager...

Overview of the Life and Times of Robert Frost

In 5 pages this paper discusses the importance of woods symbolism in many of Robert Frost's poems in this overview that considers ...

Audre Lorde's Life, Poetry, and Activism

In seven and a half pages this poet's life, poetry, and activism are examined in an analysis that focuses primarily upon 'Power,' ...

Shades of Anger, Rafeef Ziadah

This paper offers a summary, analysis and background information on Rafeef Ziadah's poem "Shades of Anger," which expresses the po...

Religion and Romance in John Donne's Poetry

In six pages this report discusses how religion manifests itself in John Donne's love poetry with the soul's passions and spiritua...

'dandelions' by Deborah Austin

reader that the barrage has lasted all day yesterday and today with "deafening sight." This figurative language mixes sensory in...

Poetry of Emily Dickinson and Its Religious Aspects

In ten pages this paper examines how the poet's proclaimed ambivalence about religion is undercut by the religious references in h...

'Sick on a Journey' by Basho

principles such as Sabi and Wabi, are contained in the Bashos last Haiku. By the title one immediately understands that something ...

'The Chimney Sweeper' by William Blake

In five pages the poet's language use is compared and contrasted in the two versions of 'The Chimney Sweep' that appear in Songs o...

Issues in 'Paradise Lost' by John Milton

In five pages 'Paradise Lost' by John Milton is analyzed in a discussion of such issues as the poet's perceptions of women, Satan,...

Dickinson's Poem 'A Clock Stopped'

In a paper consisting of 5 pages Emily Dickinson's poem in terms of the poet's attitudes and feelings about time are analyzed. Th...

Robert Frost's Poetry and Suicide

In 5 pages this paper discusses the poet's bouts of depression and thoughts of suicide as reflected in the poems 'Acquainted with ...

Gwen Harwood's 'Suburban Sonnet'

one original thought or idea. This is an apt description for the language of Harwoods Suburban Sonnet, for in this work she prese...

Segregation, Determination, and the Poetry of Langston Hughes

In six pages this paper discusses the poet's narrators without gender, how he uses women, and how African American determination d...

A Comparison, Poe and Longfellow

Psalm of Life" and Edgar Allan Poes "Sonnet-To Science" address the way that each poet perceived life and the reality of their era...

Donne and Marvell on Seduction

This essay analyzes Andrew Marvell's "To His Coy Mistress" and John Donne's "The Flea" and offers the writer's reaction to these a...

Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman and its 1855 Preface

time, as well as giving rise by their death to the new life, the "stalwart heir who approaches" (Whitman 1) of the new America....

Rimbaud and Verlaine as Symbolist Poets

In six pages this paper analyzes Rimbaud's 'The Sleeper in the Valley' and Verlaine's 'The Art of Poetry' in terms of how each rep...

A Defense of Poetry by Percy Bysshe Shelley

In five pages this research paper analyzes the arguments regarding poetry's value the Romantic poet makes including his observatio...

20th Century Glimpses in the 19th Century Poetry of Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson

In five pages these poets' visions of the next century are examined in a consideration of their respective works. Five sources ar...

'The Performance' by James Dickey

In six pages an explication of this poem by James Dickey is presented including the poet's title selection. Two sources are cited...

John Milton and John Donne's Metaphysical Poetry

In nine pages this paper analyzes the poetry of John Donne and John Milton in terms of the metaphysical aspects of each poet's wor...