• The Beginnings of a National Literary Tradition
    poet is undoubtedly Archibald Lampman. While his career, like his life, were short- lived his poetry remains as a reminder to the origins of Canadian literary thought. Lampman was one of our first major literary figures to try and identify a "national" literature. He realized the importance of...
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  • The Poetic Vision of Sant Tukaram
    ‘The Poetic Vision of Saint Tukaram’ Bharat R. Gugane, Asst Professor in English, Bhonsala Military College, Rambhoomi,Nashik. bharatgugane@gmail.com Abstract: Tukaram has been considered across the world as one of the greatest poet saints of our country. He has been the source of...
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  • Poetry
    Puritan ethic turned astonishingly lyrical and enabled to say out loud the sources of its own delight in the world," and comments on Frost's career as The American Bard: "He became a national celebrity, our nearly official Poet Laureate, and a great performer in the tradition of that earlier master of...
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  • Youcef Oughlici Poetry
    for that reason we have chosen the free verse in order not to concentrate on the metrics at the expense of the meaning. And If translation at the best is an echo as George Borrow said, we hope in the National Bureau of Translation to be a positive echo for our Algerian poets and writers, and we...
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  • lin's
    the idea that life presents us with challenge to connect to our world, despite the father-son relationship should be very delicate and strong. The poet feels confused about his Polish identity and this is evident in ‘I thought... Feliks Skrzynecki, that formal address I never got used to.’ The use of...
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  • Exam
    and non violence. He is concerned over issues of world peace, agitating behaviour of our neighbouring countries, violence and student unrest movements. He wants to restore harmony and fraternity in the national scene. He is disturbed by the infiltration of foreign culture into our own Indian society...
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  • The Story of Philippine National Anthem
    translate the national hymn from Spanish to English. The first translation was written around that time by Paz Marquez Benitez of the University of the Philippines, who was also a famous poet during that time. The most popular translation, called the "Philippine Hymn", was written by Senator Camilo Osias...
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  • Tanya Saini
    paradoxical way, poets may be useful because they could be seen as not being useful. Their perspective is about multiplying perspectives – thus enriching our own views and reflections. We must bear in mind, though, that poets do not provide clear-cut and simplified prescriptions or dogmas, to...
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  • derozio
    develop intellectual vision and to seek Truth, and above all, stirred up us to rediscover our cultural heritage, cultural treasures and to understand the glory of our ancient civilization. This reawakening for Renaissance spread the seeds of patriotism for national movement and prepared people for...
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  • Poetry
    Celebrate National Poetry Month Mark Flanagan Contemporary Literature Guide * Sign up for My Newsletter * Headlines * Forum Ads The God of Our Ancestorsonegodcom.digitalcontentcenter.comA scorching new biblical e-romance with a vital contemporary message. Faustus' Tragical...
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  • colonization
    Said's essay Culture and Imperialism Edward Said, in Culture and Imperialism, argues for Yeats as a decolonizing writer, and makes the claim that Ireland is indeed a postcolonial nation. He said “indisputably great national poet who during a period of anti-imperialist resistance articulates the...
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  • The Aussie Bushman
    capture the light, colour and mood of the Austrralian bush. Along with the bush poets and writers, they formed a clear expression of Australian identity. Frederick McCubbin (1855-1917), Lost, 1886, oil on canvas. Image courtesy of National Gallery of Victoria: Accession no. 1077-4, Felton Bequest...
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  • The Byronic Hero and Russian Romanticism
    . Eugene Onegin: the first Russian Byronic hero? Alexander Pushkin was the first authentic Russian Romantic poet and the leader of the National Romantic movement. He appreciated Byron and used the motive of the Byronic hero in his best known work Eugene Onegin. "Pushkin imitated high Byronism in...
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  • Literary Forms in Related Literature
    ethno-epics because unlike, say, Germany's Niebelunginlied, our epics are not national for they are "histories" of varied groups that consider themselves "nations."        The epics come in various names: Guman (Subanon); Darangen (Maranao); Hudhud (Ifugao); and Ulahingan (Manobo). These epics revolve...
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  • Biography
    so, Longfellow, like many during this period, called for the development of high quality American literature. InKavanagh, a character says: We want a national literature commensurate with our mountains and rivers... We want a national epic that shall correspond to the size of the country... We want...
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  • Ram Drari Singh Dinkar
    , and he has been hailed as a Rashtrakavi ("National poet") evoking the spirit of nationalism on account of his inspiring patriotic composition.As a mark of respect for him, his portrait was unveiled in the Central Hall of Parliament of India by the Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh on his...
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  • Why Is Poetry Important to Our Community
    something. Poetry is vital language, which relies on the writer's feelings, history and perceptions, so every person has the background needed to write poems. Poetry describes our cultural identity through meaning and the way it was written as well. Many poets write poems to express their feelings and...
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  • The Bomb
    View page ratings Rate this page What's this? Trustworthy Objective Complete Well-written I am highly knowledgeable about this topic (optional) Categories: American poets Formalist poets 1926 births 1995 deaths Gay writers National Book Award winners...
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  • Similarities in Frost and Robinson Poetry
    Robinson portrayed the weight of loneliness and monotony of life; ask for the companionship -the simplest necessity for our social health. Robert Frost and Edwin Robinson will always be remembered as poets of Rural America. Describing values​​ of a quiet countryside, they used colloquial language...
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  • Literature in English
    (1989:392) “our first important poet in English.” By the 1930s the work of Luis Dato, Trinidad Tarrosa-Subido, Abelardo Subido, Aurelio Alvero, and especially Angela Manalang-Gloria and Jose Garcia Villa attested to the maturity of both tradition and the individual talent. The lyrical gift of...
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