John Farrar

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  • My Morning Tree Poem Analysis

    Abstract: The love poems of Kamala Das usually breathe an air of unconventionality and urgency. Mark the following extract in this connection-“Of late I have begun to feel a hunger/To take in with greed, like a forest-fire that/Consumes, and with each killing gains a wilder,/Brighter charm, all that comes my way.” Kamala Das’s poetry is concerned with both the external and internal worlds, and her response to the external world, in particular despite her inner restlessness, is marked by an…

    Words: 1968 - Pages: 8
  • Analysis Of Pied Beauty And Composed Upon Westminster Bridge

    In “Pied Beauty” by Gerald Manley Hopkins and “Composed Upon Westminster Bridge” by William Wordsworth, both poets express their feelings upon the beauty of nature but on different ways. Hopkins fascinates for the variety of nature that God has created for the reason that it makes the nature to be unique in their own way. On the other hand, Wordsworth wonders at the silence and tranquility in nature that breaks through the morning in London. In title of the poem, “Pied Beauty,” we can make an…

    Words: 984 - Pages: 4
  • Blood Soil Tears And Sweat Speech Analysis

    The “Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat” speech is the most famous speech in the world. The author, Winston Churchill is Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. This speech is given after he was appointed Prime Minister of United Kingdom. In the first way of World War II, the United Kingdom is in danger. In order to unite all the forces that can be united, Churchill gave this speech. He used his attic faith, sincere words to move the audiences. And this speech sent a clear message that the United…

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  • Examples Of Isolation In A Rose For Emily By William Faulkner

    Do we really aim to DESTROY the person we love, or is it just that we love them so much we destruct our life to keep them? Why is it important for us to love things that we find precarious? Most importantly, why do we look to things that murder our conscious and damage our heart? Using a short story, William Faulkner discusses that isolation and loneliness can lead to destruction. The word “desolation” can be defined as a state of complete emptiness or destruction. Typically, the warfare of…

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  • Theme Of Loneliness In Of Mice And Men

    How does Steinbeck develop the theme of loneliness in Of Mice and Men? In John Steinbeck’s prominent novel: Of Mice and Men, loneliness is an essential dynamic that features in the story. Loneliness is expressed very deeply throughout various characters such as: Curley’s wife, Candy, Crooks, Curley and Lennie. All of these characters have a variety of numerous discriminations. Curley’s wife is a victim of sexism and is deprived of the delight of speaking to other people other than her husband,…

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  • Analysis Of Singapore By Mary Oliver

    Mary Oliver reveals conjectures people make about other people and other cultures in her poem, “Singapore.” Oliver shares a woman’s experience in an airport bathroom. The speaker in the poem is inwardly conflicted, and her internal thoughts displayed throughout the poem alter. At first, the poem reveals the speaker’s thoughts towards a woman working as a custodian at the airport as degrading and poignant. The speaker judgmentally feels sorry for the woman and takes pity on her. The speaker’s…

    Words: 903 - Pages: 4
  • The Ballot Or The Bullet Martin Luther King Speech Analysis

    Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. led the charge of civil rights despite disagreeing with the basic factors of method and intention. Malcolm X’s famous speech The Ballot or The Bullet remains integral to his methods for attaining his goals. King’s Letter from Birmingham Jail communicates his intentions as well as his celebrated methods of civil disobedience. Malcolm X and King often critiqued the other in their work either in speeches or in writing; in his speech, Malcolm X calls attention to…

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  • Analysis Of Soliloquy In Othello

    In Act 2 Scene 3 of William Shakespeare’s play Othello, we hear a soliloquy of Iago. Soliloquies are essential in a play as it is the only time the actor is able to explain their thought process to the audience. In typical soliloquies, the character is not acting for someone else. The character, in essence, is able to portray his/her true self. Through Iago’s soliloquy, the audience is able to hear his malicious intentions. The audience is introduced to his evil mind though his appalling tone,…

    Words: 1611 - Pages: 7
  • Setting And Symbolism In The Pedestrian By Ray Braddbury

    Superior writers use a vast number of well-used elements. It is key to use exceptional elements if you thrive to be a great writer. An example of a writer with higher-level elements is Ray Bradbury. Bradbury has a famous short story called "The Pedestrian." The "Pedestrian" is a futuristic story about a man who is not involved with the world. Bradbury uses setting, figurative language, and symbolism to affect the overall succession of the story. First, Bradbury uses figurative language to…

    Words: 707 - Pages: 3
  • Theme Of Betrayal In Macbeth

    MACBETH "WITH GREAT POWERS COMES GREAT RESPONSIBILITY" The story of Macbeth's that explores witchcraft, lies, betrayal and deception it is full of twist and turns. Friends become rival enemies. On this play William Shakespeare explores different angles of deception, from the lies that are covered in truth or the truth covered in lies. The use of magic powers, peoples evil desires and how the witches convince people to do evil acts using the images, apparitions and riddles to communicate their…

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