Our National Poet Essays and Term Papers

  • The Beginnings of a National Literary Tradition

    The Beginnings of a National Literary Tradition Canadians throughout their history have been concerned over the status of their national literature. One of the major problems facing early Canadian writers was that the language and poetic conventions that they had inherited from the Old World were...

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  • The Poetic Vision of Sant Tukaram

    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 inspiration to many students and researchers. There is ample literature discussing literary and other aspects...

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  • The Aussie Bushman

    about national identity, especially as expressed in Australian literature, painting, popular music, films and foods. The bush was something that was uniquely Australian and very different to the European landscapes familiar to many new immigrants. The bush was revered as a source of national ideals...

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  • Youcef Oughlici Poetry

    Yocef oughlici poetry While was drafting the: «Anthology of the Algerian modern poetry » translated into Arabic I have selected for the poet Youcef Oughlici two poems from his collection: «Pains of a willow in the seasons of storms»; The two poems were:«Disappointment» and «triumph», and after the...

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  • derozio

    TO SLAVE DEROZIO Renaissance is the result of the impact of British rule, their exploitation and expansion of empire. It is the awakening of national consciousness of people with new light and new thought. It is a kind of socio-cultural change which is the result of the union between two cultures...

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  • Tanya Saini

    (1861-1941), the monumental Bengali poet and the first non-European awarded the Literature Nobel Prize in 1913. A committed anti-colonialist – he was born and died when India was still under British rule – Tagore belongs to India and so it is appropriate that the national anthem draws on a piece by Tagore...

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  • The Story of Philippine National Anthem

    The Story of Philippine National Anthem The Philippine national anthem was composed by Julian Felipe in spanish, The lone surviving revolutionary member of the “13 Martyrs of Cavite”, whose life was spared from the firing squad because of illness. Originally written as incidental music, it did not have...

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  • colonization

    Decolonization in Yeats' poems The first thing that comes to our mind after hearing Yeats' name is the word decolonization Before we're gonna talk about him , there're some details about the Irish literature in general . Also, in our presentation we selected the important points because all these...

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  • ROBERT FROST

    ROBERT BIOGRAPHY BIOGRAPHY  BACKNEXT  America has a national bird (the bald eagle), a national flower (the rose), and a national anthem (come on, you know this one). If the United States ever adopted a national poet, chances are it would be Robert Frost. By the time Frost died in 1963 at the age...

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  • Exam

    THE PATRIOT In the poem, the poet takes the readers on a virtual tour of an "Indian" mind and gives us an insight of his thoughts, ideas ,emotions and anger and chooses to express himself in the way an average Indian speaks. Ironically, the language is foreign but thoughts are patriotic. Ezekiel speaks...

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  • Poetry

    failed, and it was abroad that Frost met and was influenced by such contemporary British poets as Edward Thomas, Rupert Brooke, and Robert Graves. While in England, Frost also established a friendship with the poet Ezra Pound, who helped to promote and publish his work. By the time Frost returned to...

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  • American Regime

    in English imitated the themes and methods of the Americans. A. Literature in Spanish The inspiration of our Filipino writers in Spanish was Rizal not only because of his being a national leader but also because of his novels NOLI and FILI. These two novels contained the best qualities of a novel...

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  • Echosei's Channel

    concerned about the "Filipino identity."   Pre-Colonial Times        Owing to the works of our own archaeologists, ethnologists and anthropologists, we are able to know more and better judge information about our pre-colonial times set against a bulk of material about early Filipinos as recorded by Spanish...

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  • http://www.r-project.org

    possibly France. Two chairs were awarded as prizes, one for the best poem and the other for the best musical performance. Let's suppose it, if China sent one poet to attend the first Eisteddfod, who is likely to be? 辛弃疾,he was born in south song dynasty. His birthday is most likely to occur in that era. The...

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  • Poetry

    & Prizeswww.poetrysoup.comSubmit Your Poem, Open to Everyone Poetry Competitions & Prizes There are as many definitions of poetry as there are poets. Wordsworth defined poetry as "the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings;" Emily Dickinson said, "If I read a book and it makes my body so cold...

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  • eistedfordau

    possibly France. Two chairs were awarded as prizes, one for the best poem and the other for the best musical performance. Let's suppose it, if China sent one poet to attend the first Eisteddfod, who is likely to be? 辛弃疾,he was born in south song dynasty. His birthday is most likely to occur in that era. The...

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  • Why Is Poetry Important to Our Community

    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 their thoughts. Their ideas and thought about things are stated through...

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  • Notes

    and all she gave us was fresh, she was willing to grasp shell, membrane, stem, to go close to dirt and salt to feed us, the way she had gone near our father himself to give us life. I look back and see us dripping at the table, feeding, her row of pink eaters, the platter of flawless limp claws...

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  • Literary Forms in Related Literature

    concerned about the "Filipino identity."   Pre-Colonial Times        Owing to the works of our own archaeologists, ethnologists and anthropologists, we are able to know more and better judge information about our pre-colonial times set against a bulk of material about early Filipinos as recorded by Spanish...

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  • lin's

    Life presents us with challenges and opportunities to connect to our world Every one has his/her unique life experiences, because of that, our life often provides or take away the conditions of the connection between us and our world. People may feel be included in this world or people may also find...

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