• The Sick Rose
    ... NEW SYLLABUS : CLASS XII, ENGLISH B, WBCHSE, w.e.f. SESSION 2014-2015 CLASS-XII Full Marks : 100 LITERATURE: 50 MARKS a) Prose : 20 Marks b) Verse : 20 Marks c) Drama : 10 Marks L... UPON THE WESTMINSTER BRIDGE by William Wordsworth: An Analysis The Author : William Wordsworth...
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  • The Poem 'Daffodils'
    younger sister of William Wordsworth, found the poem so interesting that she took 'Daffodils' as the subject for her journal. The poem contains six lines in four stanzas, as an appreciation of daffodils. Analysis of Daffodils by William Wordsworth I wander’d lonely as a cloud That floats on high...
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  • Daffodils
    of William Wordsworth, found the poem so interesting that she took 'Daffodils' as the subject for her journal. The poem contains six lines in four stanzas, as an appreciation of daffodils. Analysis of Daffodils I wander'd lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vale and hills, When all at...
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  • Analysis of Daffodils by William Wordsworth
    Wordsworth, the younger sister of William Wordsworth, found the poem so interesting that she took 'Daffodils' as the subject for her journal. The poem contains six lines in four stanzas, as an appreciation of daffodils. Analysis of Daffodils I wander'd lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er...
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  • chapter in miguel street
    Maugham Award. Narrative Structure and Style Analysis A. The whole story is separated in 17 disconnected episodes, each one starts a new beginning and a temporary end, focusing on one major character. B. The story is written primarily in the first person, with each character getting his or her...
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  • daffodils paper
    Introduction and General Analysis About Daffodils “William Wordsworth (1770-1850) - He was born on 7th April in Cockermoth, Cumberland in the Lake District. The beauty of the region and stunning landscape provided him with the perfect setting and inspiration to write poems about nature. In 1804...
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  • I Wondered Lonely as a Cloud
    , and moreover makes the whole line more compact by repeating the sound. Additionally, “stars” and “shine” in the first line of stanza two, and “dances” and “daffodils” in the last line of this poem, also form alliteration. The above analysis reveals that Wordsworth really attaches great importance...
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  • My English Wk
    ? How have American poets made use of the form in response to the colonization of the New World, a process seen by many (at the time and subsequently) through the means of the pastoral? 7) The analysis of pastoral will enable you to undertake the most subtle intrinsic literary historical...
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  • Essays
    Pearl S Buck Rabindranath Tagore Maugham W B Yeats K Abbas Jorge Luis Borges Khushwant Singh Albert Einstein Bertrand Russell Chaman Nahal P G Wodehouse Amitav Ghosh R K Narayan J G Ballard John Keats Pablo Neruda Sarojini Naidu Seigfried Sassoon Emily Dickinson Alfred Tennyson William Wordsworth Toru Dutt Edgar Allan Poe Kamala Das Isabella Gardner Geoge Herbert W H Hopkins Robert Browning Ben Jonson Lady Gregory Norman Mc Kinnel ...
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  • Essay
    (d) Stress, Intonation 2. Morphology : Morphemes: Words and Affixes 3. Syntax : (a) I.C. Analysis and its limits (b) Transformations of Movement, Addition, Substitution, Deletion...
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  • In Memoriam
    * Poetry analysis: Piano, by D. H. Lawrence * Poetry analysis: Birches, by Robert Frost * Character analysis: The function of the inspector in An Inspector Calls, by J. B. Priestley * Literary analysis: ‘The Marriage of Heaven and Hell,’ by William Blake * The use of setting and...
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  • Tintern Abbey
    reference to Wordsworth scholarship. Reviewing the major critical approaches to Wordsworth’s canonical poem “Tintern Abbey,” I explore their implications for doing literary criticism today. I begin with an analysis of the polemics between the New Historicists and their opponents regarding the...
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  • Historical Criticism
    . An example of this would be his analysis of Wordsworth’s “A slumber did my spirit seal”. By studying the texts own context, Brook finds that Wordsworth utilizes both ambiguity and an ironical effect to demonstrate the lovers shock towards the loved one’s lack of motion. By choosing to write the...
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  • M a English
    value and regional value of a lexical item. (c)Teaching of structures – selection, gradation and repetition – drills. Unit 5 : Error Analysis, Lexicography and Evaluation (a) Attitude to error analysis, the concept of interlanguage (b) The art of lexicography and its relevance to a language teaching programme (c) Testing and evaluation ...
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  • Ma English Syllabus
    Hall. 3. Hartmann (1964), Wordsworth’s Poetry, New Haven: Tale. 4. Leavis, F. R. (1936), ‘Wordsworth’ in Revaluation, London. 5. Trilling, Lionel (1950), The Liberal Imagination, New York. P. B. Shelley 1. Foakes, R. A. (1958), The Romantic Assertion, London. 2. Fogle, R. H. (1949), The Imagery of...
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  • Wordsworth, Byron, and the Romantic Redefinition of Heroism
    Animals' (TheCollected Poems ofW. B. Yeats [New York: Macmillan, 1956], 335). Jonathan Wordsworth, M. H. Abrams, and Stephen Gill, eds., The Prelude: 1799, 1805, 1850 (New York: Norton, 1979), 40 n. 4. Desertion," sought it in vain" This content downloaded on Fri, 1 Mar 2013 16:15:52 PM...
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  • Silabus Introduction to Literature
    INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE COURSE OUTLINE   Course Description: This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of literary study and analysis. Students will be introduced to the fundamental elements of poetry, drama, and fiction; basic literary...
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    ) analysis and appreciation 6. “The Sun Rising” by John Done and “Daffodils” by William Wordsworth. Background of the poet and the poem Structure/form content, language/diction Theme(s) analysis and appreciation 7. MID TERM TEST/BREAK 8. “The Souls Errant” by Walter Raleigh Background of the poet...
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  • English Literature
    Dibrugarh University B A. Syllabus in English under Semester System (Approved by the Board of Studies in English on 20/12/2010) This course has been designed as part of an integrated course in English Literature, inclusive of M.A. in English. Only students wishing to pursue M.A. in English should...
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  • Choices
    Frost's debts to Romantic poets William Wordsworth and John Keats. • Kearns, Katherine. "Irony II: This Is Not a Pipe." In Robert Frost and a Poetics of Appetite, pp. 56-85. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994. Includes an analysis of "The Road Not Taken" as a work of "conscious irony...
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