• Transcendentalism
    Kyle Hammond Mrs. Hammock English 11 April 25, 2013 Essay “ The River-Merchant’s Wife: A Letter” , “Nothing Gold can Stay”, and “The Life You Save May Be Your Own” are modernist works. “The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner and Night are contemporary works. Modernism is modern thought...
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  • Romantic Period
    of love Simple language Lucy Poem “We are Seven” (1798) Lyric Ballad (tells a narrative story) Summary: This poem was inspired by observing a little girl when Wordsworth was on a walk. The poem tells the story about a child who teaches the...
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  • Rialroad Reveries
    initiative taken by a fisher-girl who had, by a sheer chance, caught notice of his head bobbing up and down in water, like a coconut. Poem 4 The Mistress Explaination: No one believes me...their one night contributions- In this poem, the poet has designated the English Language as his mistress...
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  • Poetry Notes
    family along side her P: Margarita A: her family… herself Complication: oil slick Climax: Margarita disappears Falling Action: family loses hope in her, tv reporters believe she's dead Resolution: margarita wins race Theme: identity, family influence most of play is written in english...
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  • A Poem by Langston Hughes "A Theme for Englisg B" and a Poem by Linda Pastan "Ethics" Which Is More Pessimistic or Optimistic...
    from Pastan's poem is no easy answer to a question unless you are there for yourself to decide upon. Work Cited Hughes, Langston. "Theme for English B." Schilb 328-29. Pastan, Linda. "Ethics." Schilb 330. Girl. Class Discussion. College Writing II: Writing and Literary Studies, 106-80. Montclair State University, Montclair. 31 Jan. 2006....
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  • War poems
    Man’s War” there’s a soldier named Jimmy who enlisted because he couldn’t seem to find a job anywhere. Jimmy has no other choice because he had a family back home to take care of. (“Left behind a pretty young wife and a baby girl/A stack of overdue bills and went off to save the world”) but in...
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  • Jane Eyre
    Jane Eyre is a novel by English writer Charlotte Brontë. She was born in 1816. In 1824 the four eldest Brontë daughters were enrolled as pupils at the Clergy Daughter's School at Cowan Bridge. In 1831 Charlotte became a pupil at the school at Roe Head, but she left school the following year to...
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  • Howl by Allen Ginsberg
    stanza, we can imagine the life of that character while our minds are viewing the abstract ideas. The imagery in Ginsberg piece can be extremely graphic at times, as well as in my poem. Imagining a high school girl cutting herself at home every night is graphic yet the truth. The formation of the...
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  • English Poetry
    really know what’s going on in the poem, it was hard to comprehend. I think maybe the child I dancing with her drunk father. 2. The fathers’ behavior made me think he was drunk. 3. I think the boy might be a little scared or excited, he probably doesn’t want to drop anything or hit anything...
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  • Anthem for Doomed Youthh
    who survive, but cannot forget their dead comrades. The pallor of girls brows shalle be their pall Exactly - the "pall" is the cloth that covers the coffin when it lies in front of the altar at a funeral. Usually it is black or purple - but sometimes white for a child or young person: I think...
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  • Girl and Woman
    for the Lucifer of Milton's Paradise Lost, a poem Kincaid was forced to memorize large chunks of as a child--tells the story of a slightly older young woman working as a nanny in the States. Clearly, Kincaid was tracing a trajectory closely following the course of her own life. But Autobiography of My...
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  • Phillis Wheatley
    articulate like her. Together they lived in poverty; horrid times. After losing her first child in Wilmington, Phillis turned to teaching at a day school, and after that, a common Negro boarding house. When she had a second child, it also died. John was in jail for debt and she died in 1784. Her last poem...
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  • Childhood Performance
    I. Learning Objective: At the end of the 60-minute period, the Grade III pupils are able to identify adjectives in a poem/selection. Values Integration: Love of Country II. Subject Matter: Positive Form of Adjective A. Reference: PELC, page 14 S. 9.1 Textbooks: English For All Times...
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  • Essay
     mothers these days? Have they become stronger  and more independent than earlier?  6. Birth  1. Give an account of efforts made by Dr. Andrew Manson to revive the still born  child?  2. There lies a great difference between textbook medicine and the world of a practising 73 English Core&XI...
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  • Free Paper Analysis
    ? Speeches are... Save Paper * Of Mice And Men Full Essay badly and left scarred mentally. The book which Im going to be writing my essay on is called Of Mice and Men By john Steinbeck. Throughout this poem I will describe... Save Paper...
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  • English
    yell so lound that baby girl can hear me that dirty aint a color, disease aint the negro side of town. I want to stop that moment from cimg- and it come in every white childs life- when they start to think that colored folks are not as good as white.This passage points ou that ids are born with racial...
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  • Ms
    , even turning to political activity, at least partly to win her praise. She was the inspiration of many of his poems. A sketch of her history has already been treated in a sociocultural context, including her identification with the “Rose” poems and the play The Countess Cathleen (1892). But Yeats...
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  • semester
    touches upon serious topics but keeps the humour alive by the way of the language used. He uses Indianized version of English to give the poem a native touch. Frequent usage of of "Hindi" words are observed. In many instances literal translations from hindi are seen. Certain grammatical errors like...
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  • English Notes - Conflict
    completes the image of a man beguiled and enmeshed by the power of sexual seduction MY Interpretation I believe that the poem “Prize Giving” is about an old man whose value in importance lies solely in academic ability and this is how he was brought up. But at the girls school speech night a girl...
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  • Dictionary of Literary Biography on A(lec) D(erwent) Hope
    allocated to the English department. This occurrence proved personally devastating for Hope, as he lost valuable manuscripts, including all notebooks written over the previous ten years. As an undergraduate, Hope had published poems in Hermes, Arts Journal,The Pauline, Australian National Review, and...
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