• An Imitative Narrative in Mathew Arnold’s Work as a Reflection of Victorian Thought and Beliefs.
    Ramsha Ashraf Proses 19 October 2012 An Imitative Narrative in Mathew Arnold’s Work as a Reflection of Victorian thought and beliefs. The main streams constituting modern European and American thought, as imperialism, empiricism, rationalism, utilitarianism, racism and pragmati
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  • Comparison of Karl Marx and Matthew Arnold
    Comparison of Karl Marx and Matthew Arnold Through their writing, Karl Marx and Matthew Arnold show their opposing views on the importance of internal and external functions of culture. In the first chapter of Culture and Anarchy, "Sweetness and Light", Arnold describes culture as being re
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  • Matthew Arnold’s “Culture and Anarchy”
    Department of English and American Studies L.008.32260 Texts and Genres: “Victorian Literature” Instructor: Dr. Christina Flotmann Date: Summer-Term 2012 Matthew Arnold’s “Culture and Anarchy” A Rhetorical Analysis of a Victorian Periodical Essay Thomas Ohse Lehramt BK Bachelor...
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  • The Role of Love in the Age of Religious Doubt and Political, Spiritual and Social Unrest as Presented in Matthew Arnold’s ‘Dover Beach’.
    The role of love in the age of religious doubt and political, spiritual and social unrest as presented in Matthew Arnold’s ‘Dover Beach’. The Victorian Era was, without a doubt, an extraordinarily complex age. It was a time of tremendous scientific progress, invention and exploration. It was
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  • Mathew Arnold "Culture and Anarchy"
    Culture and Anarchy by Matthew Arnold Part 1 out of 4 • FullBooks.com homepage • Index of Culture and Anarchy • Next part (2) This etext was produced by Alfred J. Drake, Ph.D. CULTURE AND ANARCHY: AN ESSAY IN POLITICAL AND SOCIAL CRITICISM 1869, FIRST EDITION
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  • Culture and Anarchy by Mathew Arnold
    Culture and Anarchy: An Essay in Political and Social Criticism (1869) Mthew Arnold original [iii] My foremost design in writing this Preface is to address a word of exhortation to the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. In the essay which follows, the reader will often find Bishop Wilson q
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  • Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold
    Word choice, denotation and connotation Word choice refers to the poet's poetic diction. In ‘Dover Beach', Matthew Arnold uses formal diction. He chose his words carefully. When he says that the world does not give us ‘love', he means that the world lacks imagination and can know very little abo
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  • William Wordsworth and Matthew Arnold
    Romantic and Victorian Eras in British Literature The Romantic Period, which included the years 1798-1832, was an era revolting against the 18th century literary style. The time period was filled with poets who dramatically poured their beliefs into their writings and poetry such as William Wordswo
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  • Matthew Arnold - Dover Beach
    Matthew Arnold – Dover Beach 1. Biography First of all, we are start with the biography of the poet. Because most information is not really required to understand the poem, we are going to cut it short. Matthew Arnold, born in 1822, went to the Rugby School when he was four years old. His
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  • Analysis on the Poem 'Dover Beach' by Matthew Arnold
    The Poem “Dover Beach” is a dramatic monologue of thirty-seven lines, divided into four unequal sections or “paragraphs” of fourteen, six, eight, and nine lines. In the title, “Beach” is more significant than “Dover,” for it points at the controlling image of the poem. On a ple
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  • Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold
    PRJ Dover Beach Eli Lindahl In the poem “Dover Beach” by Matthew Arnold I noticed that there was some repetition towards the end of the poem along with allusion which brings out the dreary tone of the poems subject. All of these literary devices really bring out the subject. But these are j
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  • Matthew Arnold
    Desire Thou, who dost dwell alone; Thou, who dost know thine own; Thou, to whom all are known, From the cradle to the grave,-- Save, O, save! From the world's temptations; From tribulations; From that fierce anguish Wherein we languish; From that torpor deep Wherein we lie asleep, He
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  • Analysis of Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold
    Analysis In Stefan Collini's opinion, "Dover Beach" is a difficult poem to analyze, and some of its passages and metaphors have become so well known that they are hard to see with "fresh eyes".[3] Arnold begins with a naturalistic and detailed nightscape of the beach at Dover in which auditory imag
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  • Melancholy in Matthew Arnold's Scholar Gypsy
    Discuss on the elegiac quality of Arnold’s poetry. / Write a note on the dominating note of melancholy in Arnold’s poetry. / Discuss Arnold’s criticism of life expounded in his poems. / ‘Arnold’s poems are always of regret, loss of faith, instability and nostalgia.’ Elucidate. In its
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  • Arnold/Toplady Essay
    Matthew Arnold’s famous poem “Dover Beach” contrasts strongly and in many ways with Augustus Toplady’s hymn “If, on a Quiet Sea,” particularly in its attitude toward religious faith. Arnold’s poem expresses great doubts about the future of religion; Toplady’s hymn is a fervent expres
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  • Light in Aaugust
    Light in August is probably Faulkner's most complex and difficult novel. Here he combined numerous themes on a large canvas where many aspects of life are vividly portrayed. The publication of this novel marked the end of Faulkner's greatest creative period — in four years he had published five su
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  • Arnold Project
    As a poet Arnold is generally admitted to rank among the Victorians next after Tennyson and Browning. The criticism, partly true, that he was not designed by Nature to be a poet but made himself one by hard work rests on his intensely, and at the outset coldly, intellectual and moral temperament. He
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