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  • To George Sand A Desire Poem Analysis

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning “To George Sand: A Desire” This poem speaks against a society that decided the customary roles for women by dominion men; case in point- line 3 “moaning defiance”. This poem illustrated how women follow their dreams without embarrassment. It opens with an authoritative tribute to sand and looks into the sexual characteristics with this verse, “Thou large-brained woman and large hearted man”. The next few lines of the poem explored the roles of both sexes by…

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  • Analysis Of If Thou Must Love Me By Elizabeth Barrett Browning

    3) In the poem of If Thou Must Love Me by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, she states in the first two lines of the poem that she wants unconditional and pure love. Secondly, she desires a love that is not based on external qualities because those qualities will change over time with aging. Browning also believes that the love that exists between the souls of the two individuals is deeper and more profound than the love based off of appearance. Lastly, the poet also states that love for the sake of…

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  • Anne Bradstreet: A Groundbreaking Poet

    Feminists nowadays claim that Bradstreet is the first “American” feminist since “she does make the case that women are capable of achievement…” Lastly, Bradstreet’s amazing skill and writing dramatically impacted the puritan society. One critic, John Woodbridge, was actually her brother-in-law and it was said he “took pains to assure readers that Bradstreet was pious, virtuous, and certainly not shirking her domestic duties…”. Similarly, a recent critic reports that she was a “woman far…

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  • My Last Lachess And Goblin Market Poem Analysis

    Robert Browning and Christina Rossetti illustrate women’s oppression by men in Victorian society within their poems, “My Last Duchess” and “Goblin Market.” The Duchess, Laura, and Lizzie all act against the expectations set for them with varying ramifications. The poets use different narrative perspectives and careful word choice in order to depict the subjugation of these women, their rebellion against it, and the punishment they face for rebelling, calling public attention to the mistreatment…

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  • Explainable Language Of Poetry In Remember Me By Macia A. Newton

    Have you ever fallen in love with someone? Poetry is an understandable language that expresses feelings and reading poetries make people feel better. Love is the person’s heart who get warmth and it’s the deepest feelings that mostly everyone fell in love with. I decided to use the topic of “Love” because it’s romantic and understanding poems. “ I Love You Except Because I Do Not Love You” by Pablo Neruda was explaining the feelings of anyone could possibly feels. “ Remember Me” by Macia A.…

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  • Love In Dante's Inferno

    It is these three Christian themes of love towards God, free will, and suffering that are significantly present in Dante’s Purgatorio. Dante Aligheieri was an Italian poet from Florence, who wrote his most famous poem, the Divine Comedy, in exile. Dante wrote the Divine Comedy for his idealized love, Beatrice, who appears in the trilogy as a goal for Dante. He traverses Hell, Purgatory, and even into Heaven to find and be with Beatrice. In the first part of his poem, titled Inferno, Dante, led…

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  • Essay On Elizabeth Barrett Browning

    There is a fine line between what an artist wants to say and what he or she actually composes. What makes poetry desirable to read is that it is philosophically attractive to a reader whether as a whole or just a piece. Elizabeth Barrett Browning is one author who I feel hides messages in her complex yet simple Sonnets. She takes a realm of surreal thinking and succumbs to a deep pool of intellect that a reader needs to reread several times to get a full in depth meaning and understanding of…

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  • To George Sand A Desire Analysis

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s “To George Sand: A Desire” serves to explicate Browning’s admiration for George Sand, a successful female writer, by underscoring that which makes Sand powerful. “To George Sand: A Recognition,” a companion piece to “A Desire,” concerns itself not only with Sand’s character traits but also with evidencing the actual challenges Sand faced to become the writer she was. Because of this, my primary inspiration and the poem I chose to imitate was “A Recognition.” “To…

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  • Social Criticism In Red Oleanders By Rabindranath Tagore

    Abstract: The play “Red Oleanders” is first written in Bengali language under the title “RaktaKarabhi”. Tagore conveys the message that the Utilitarian approach and vast industrialization throughout the world would resulting in diminishing human compassion and cause Ecological Imbalance.So he used characters as a metaphor of human instincts such as greed, power, envy, love, trust, and sacrifice. The play Red oleanders is a One-act play which follows the Aristotle’s rules. He fallow’s three…

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  • Anne Bradstreet To My Dear And Loving Husband Analysis

    In each of Anne Bradstreet’s poems her style has changed and contoured to fit the theme of the specific poem. In “To My Dear and Loving Husband,” Bradstreet seamlessly describes the love she has for her husband using a variety of literary devices such as metaphors. Using metaphors helps Bradstreet clearly demonstrate the point she is trying to make while writing it in a creative way. The strongest metaphor in this poem is, “My love is such that Rivers cannot quench” this line gives the reader a…

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