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    Stanza I “I was ignored, I was denied, I was startled, Enough that I was depressed And told that I can't do anything.” Explanation / Exegesis When I started to move, was rejected, denied and even ignored to the work I was doing, enough that it started depressing and somehow internally it diverges me to an end. Stanza II “But somewhere in the mean while I became an introvert Still though I did not lose hope to what I want to be! Because I've learnt about the excellence with the perfection later on.” Explanation Passing through these situational conditions, I started bothering myself; taking another turn of life, without getting affected to what people say! I didn’t lose hope and still gravitating to the path of excellence. Stanza III…

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    If Metaethics never existed there would be no deeper meaning to morality itself. Metaethics is a branch of philosophy that analyzes moral values and focuses on the question “what is morality itself is?” (Pacillo-Dellino). Metaethics which is also referred to as “Second Order” has four basic stanzas that are called Four Basic Stanzas of Metaethics. The four basic stanzas of Metaethics are Absolutism, Objectivism, Cultural and Subjective Relativism, and Emotivism. Absolutism conveys to us that…

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    Written after the death of Wordsworth’s younger brother John, “Elegiac Stanzas” was inspired by a painting by Sir George Beaumont of Peele Castle in Lancashire. Through extensive personification of natural forces, Wordsworth speaks of his shifting vision of the painting over time to lament the fact that he no longer views the world with the blind and blissful innocence that he used to. Therefore, the work serves not only as a subtle elegy for the death of his brother, but also commemorates the…

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    I choose [All Through the Night] Nursery song on page 1135 of The Norton Anthology of Children’s Literature. This nursery song has repetitive lines and exact rhyme in each of its stanzas. [All Through the Night] Nursery song has six stanzas. This nursery song has parallelism repeated with the same lines in each of the six stanzas of the nursery song. Although it has a particular difference of each stanza compared with even stanzas and odd stanzas for example, the first, third, and fifth stanzas…

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    The orientation of the poem occurs between stanzas one and three and these introduction stanzas are used to describe the highwayman, his situation with Bess and the setting of the poem. The first stanza is an informing introductory paragraph for the poem because of its spooky, mysterious tone. In the first stanza, there are frequent metaphors used to describe the setting, for example; ‘The road was a ribbon of moonlight, looping the purple moor’ (line 3). The whole of the first three stanzas are…

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    this by having each of the thirteen stanzas in the poem portray and examine a new way in which the blackbird is viewed by the speaker. This poem uses a haiku style, which Stevens was particularly interested in. Haiku poems traditionally have three lines with five, seven and five syllables respectively. This poem however does not. The thirteen “short line free verse” stanzas are often associated with the traditional Haiku (Antonio José Jiménez Muñoz, 2013). Therefore the poem consists of, in…

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    In the poem “Stopping by Woods on Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost, which is recorded in How to Read a Poem on page 128, the speaker presents as a traveler walking down to the woods and appreciate the beauty scenery of the snow. He attempts to stay longer because he is obsessed by the scene, but he has to take the responsibilities to finish his goal first in order to take a rest. The theme of this poem is mainly about nature on surface, but in deep, the speaker applies figurative language of…

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    beginning of spring in the first stanza, the reminiscence of old people in the second stanza, and the darkening events that evening holds in the third stanza. The Ecchoing Green is a Ballade, which is a sonnet that is usually three stanzas in length, with all stanzas ending in the same, or similar, lines. The ending line of the first two stanzas refer back to the “Ecchoing Green”, which is echoing with timelessness in the beginning of life, to the “Darkening Green”…

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    things done everyday. Composed of three main sections, not by stanzas but by line breaks. In the first section, the speaker describes how his father rose early during his childhood, even on Sundays, to do chores. In the second section, the speaker describes how he got up later after his father was already done with all the work. In the final two lines, the speaker explains his regret for failing to understand his father’s selfless efforts. Through the use of speaker, punctuation and…

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    a dream deferred?” by Langston Hughes, a person is asking himself about the question and then thinking about the possible answers which he is also wondering if the answers were right. In the first stanza, a curious person asks himself a question and then thinks a lot of probable answers he can come up and then one of the answers might be the right answer in the last stanza. The speaker is curious about the possible answers to his question. In the poem, the curious man, or the speaker, asks…

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