• No Men Are Foreign
    No Men Are Foreign ------------------------------------------------- [pic] 'No men are foreign' tell us that we should not consider anyone as foreign or 'strange.' Humanity is the same all over the world and in harming anyone we are harming ourselves. This poem emphasizes the fact that men...
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  • Conclusion on Poem in the Bazaar of Hyderabad
    bazaars rather than purchasing foreign goods. She is telling her country men to take part in Gandhiji's Swadeshi movement and boycott all British goods. At that time the publication of Indian newspapers were banned, so writing a poem was the best way to spread this message. ...
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  • The Garden
    becoming an assistant to John Milton in the foreign office in 1657. From 1659 he held a seat in Parliament. His most famous poems include “To His Coy Mistress”, “The Garden”, “An Horatian Ode upon Cromwell's Return from Ireland”, and “the country house poem.” Summary of the poem The poem “The...
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  • Naturalism in "To Build a Fire"
    poems in American literature. It is indeed a great work.  Summary It is midnight on a cold evening in December in the 1840s. In a dark and shadowy bedroom, wood burns in the fireplace as a man laments the death of Lenore, a woman he deeply loved. To occupy his mind, he reads a book of ancient...
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    father and brother place.they are always in the hand of men. they are always under the her male domination, their beauty ,their talent are always hidden just like the purdah. so, the poem is about the freedom of soul of Muslim women.she want to encourage the Muslim women talent and for their freedom of...
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  • Short Appreciation of I Wondered lonely as a cloud
     YANGON UNIVERSITY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH Tutorial III Literature (ENG 3104) Poet “I wandered lonely as a cloud” is a lyric poem by William Wordsworth. It’s also commonly known as “Daffodils”. He was born in 7 April 1770, at Cockermouth Kingdom...
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  • The Little Cloud
    possibility of writing his own book of poems. In the bar, Little Chandler and Gallaher talk about foreign cities, marriage, and the future. Little Chandler is surprised to see Gallaher’s unhealthy pallor and thinning hair, which Gallaher blames on the stress of press life. Throughout the conversation...
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  • english
    learn a foreign language and even adapt to their culture. There are some readers who feel that ‘A Different History’ is a poem that tells us about a different language. It also tells how a change of culture affects the people of a country. This is when a foreign rule forces you to adapt to their...
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  • Literature of Europe and the Americans-UIUC
    destroy mankind again if they follow certain rules. Theogony-Hesiod Summary Greek Mythology. Didactic and instructional poem describing the origins of the cosmos and the complicated and interconnected genealogies of the gods of ancient Greeks, as well as the stories around them. Organized as a...
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  • Battle of the Oppressed
    circumstances to the accomplished level she attained. Phyllis Wheatley wrote many poems, letters, and writings during her lifetime. She was a well-acknowledged writer and obtained celebrity status for a short time. Her work opened the door for enslaved men and women. Her published works gave way to a new and...
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  • The Solitary Reaper by Wordsworth
    Poet Laureate from 1843 until his death in 1850. His poetical works include ‘Michael’, ‘The Solitary Reaper’, ‘To a Highland Girl’, ‘Stepping Westward’, ‘The Excursion’, ‘To a Skylark’ etc. Summary: This poem is a result of the poet’s visit to Scotland where he came across a lovely maiden in the...
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  • Ok Lang
    Title page Acknowledgement Table of contents Chapter 1 – Introduction * Research Problem * Scope and Delimitation * Definition of Terms * Importance of the Study Chapter 2 – Review of related Literature of the Study (local) (foreign) Analysis Summary Conclusion...
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  • Abcd
    aloofness in relationship in city dwellers is not to be construed as pride or incivility. It is the peculiar London way of living. Each person guards his or her personal space and does not show any curiosity in knowing the other. Men have been described as lonely as oysters each living in their own shell...
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  • Critical Appreciation of Ullysses
    midnight and sliding before our eyes." The summary of criticism in has not, of course, exhausted the diversity of approaches to Kubla Khan.   During the past fifty years, however, criticism has been less and less willing to accept the view that Kubla Khan defies rational analysis: the poem, it is...
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  • Essay on Background Casually by Nissim Ezekiel
    the above quoted stanzas introduce the summary dismissal of the self that recurs in Ezekiel’s poems. The sense of failure is recurrent. But Ezekiel usually positions these statements strategically in the poems. Their function is not to state to the reader the sense of the speaker’s disillusion...
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  • India My Native Land
    present appears dark to poet. • Her former glory has disappeared. • The monster slavery had devoured everything. • The poet want the world to know the glorious past of India through his song. • In, fact the poem is full of the noble sentiment of patriotism. Summary...
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  • Poem Summary(Seafarer)
    Poem Summary(seafarer) Lines 1-5 The elegiac, personal tone is established from the beginning. The speaker pleads to his audience about his honesty and his personal self-revelation to come. He tells of the limitless suffering, sorrow, and pain and his long experience in various ships and ports...
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  • Vendler's Explication of Poetry
    Darien. --John Keats, "On First Looking into Chapman's Homer" How do we go about exploring such a poem? Let us try a series of steps. 1. Meaning: This is the usual sort of information retrieval reading that we do with any passage of prose or verse. We come up with a summary of greater or...
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  • Study Notes
    \School\School Work\English\English Summary Notes.docx HSC 2010 English Jamie Kennedy HADRIAN’S WALL Hadrian‟s Wall was created by Emperor Hadrian to keep the “barbarians” out of the “civilised” South of England under Roman control. In the poem, the reference encapsulates the poet‟s...
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  • Meshes of the Afternoon Presentation
    Film Presentation – Meshes of the Afternoon Summary of ExtractTitle: Meshes of the Afternoon (1943)Directors + Actors: Alexander Hammid & Maya Deren (husband and wife team)Time: 00:15-05:10Length: 4min55sec | Rationale * Psychologically thrilling * Astounding cinematography...
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