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Underlying Themes of Various Poems

woods, peopled with the wild creatures of the forest, witches and all sort of magical folk, including Satan, himself. Tam stops to...

Thematic Analysis of 'The Lamb' by William Blake

In three pages this paper discusses creation's divinity as an important theme of the poem 'The Lamb' by William Blake....

'The Day of Doom' by Michael Wigglesworth

In five pages this poem is analyzed in terms of primary themes as well as its social and religious connotations....

Langston Hughes’ Theme for English B

that everything he says is truth and thus at this point his analyzing is only supporting that truth. He assumes, or infers...

Theme for English By Langston Hughes

This essay analyzes the meaning of Langston Hughes' poem "Theme for English B." Three pages n length, two sources are cited. ...

Robert Frost Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

what might be a darker meaning to the poem. The last two lines are repeated ("And miles to go before I sleep") so that the reader...

Macabre Themes in the Works of Robert Frost

of his mind and spirit working in tandem to overcome natures obstacles as well as the more primitive creatures on the Earth. Frost...

Emily Dickinson and the Poems of Fascicle Twenty-Eight

to discern the "inexhaustible richness of consciousness itself" (Wacker 16). In other words, the poetry in fascicle 28 presents ...

Renaissance Themes

rather than singular pleasures. He had an obligation to answer grievances, to hear both sides of a story and to reach some type o...

Fear in Paton's, Cry the Beloved Country

is sick, Kumalo goes to the city to bring his sister home and to find his son, Absalom. When he arrives, he discovers that his son...

Poe/Annabel Lee

a child and she was a child/In this kingdom by the sea" (lines 7-8). These lines, as do the opening lines of the poem, establish a...

Four Poems by A.R. Ammons

In this essay containing five pages the symbolism and imagery similarities in Ammons' poems The Damned, Anxiety's Prosody, Kind, a...

Possessive Love in Browning's Poetry

This research paper addresses the theme of posessive love in two poems by Robert Browning, My Last Duchess and Porphyria's Lover....

Analysis of Beowulf

monstrous creature Grendel, Grendels mother, and the dragon - it considers the impact of social obligations (loyalty to God and co...

Teaching and Learning in Poetry

school. The narrator also takes the reader through settings that involve past schools, and then the narrators path from school to...

Rhetorical Analysis of 'Locker Room Talk' Essay

would a male go into sexual detail about his relationship on a date? Is it to brag, or to sound powerful, or to seek admiration? ...

Poetic Analysis of 'The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner' by Randall Jarrell

ball turret was a plexiglass sphere set into the belly of a B-17 or B-24 [bomber], and inhabited by two .50 caliber machine-guns a...

Poetic Analysis of Jane Kenyon's 'Happiness'

appreciate what it means to feel happy? The two most vivid images in this poem are religious in nature and are quite significant ...

Figures of Speech Favored by William Wordsworth

This five paper examines the various figures of speech used by Wordsworth to portray irony, imagery, and other themes in his poem,...

Robert Frost's Favorite Theme

providing an avenue for the author to release the inner struggles of human conflict that can be set free through no other means th...

Poetic Analysis of Jimmy Carter’s “I Wanted to Share My Father’s World”

is a pain I mostly hide, but ties of blood, or seed, endure, and even now I feel inside the hunger for his outstretched hand, a ma...

2 Carpe Diem Poems

the fleetingness of time, but his imagery and argument are more nuanced and complex. He, first of all, advises his mistress that i...

The English Patient/Theme of Nationalism

blank slate for the imaginings of those around him, particularly Hana. Myth "crosses international boundaries and offers apparentl...

Analysis of 'Enoch Arden' by Alfred Lord Tennyson

In seven pages this paper analyzes the poem that asserts the spiritual themes of the poem are metaphorically portrayed by the trag...

'Annabel Lee' by Edgar Allan Poe

In six pages an explication of 'Annabel Lee' considers how the rhythm of the rhyme, word repetition, and setting/imagery articulat...

A Comparative Analysis of Roethke and Ammons

In five pages this essay offers a contrast and comparison of Theodore Roethke's poems 'The Waking' and 'I Knew a Woman' and A.A. A...

'Calm' by Loma Crozier

pause, heads tilted as if trying to hear someone softly...

'The Road Not Taken' and 'Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening' by Robert Frost

line assures us that we are in this world" (Ogilvie et al.). There is a very relaxed, yet very introspective, tone to the lines as...

Explication of 2 poems by Martin Espada

mention that the catch, which is that his throat will be so sore that he will want ice cream. The lies are then contrasted against...

The Raven, 1963 Film and Poe's Poem

of its first publication in 1845, Edgar Allan Poes poem "The Raven" has been an element in American cultural influencing the publi...