• Analysis of "The Sea"by James Reeves
    Poetry – The Sea The poem “The Sea,” by James Reeves, presents to the reader a whole new different and imaginative view of the sea. You would expect that the sea and a dog are two completely unrelated things in this world, but whilst reading this intelligently thought out poem, you come to
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  • Short Note on "The Sea - James Reeves"
    The sea- james reeves Mother Nature is just like everyone, beautiful and attractive, with a lot of features and resources that help us live. Probably the most important resource is water, and water comes from the sea or the rain. The sea can be very serene in summer days, and it also can be...
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  • The Villege by the Sea
    Analysis of 'the Sea' by James Reeves Summary:   The Sea, by James Reeves, basically talks about how the sea is similar to a dog in many occasions. In the first stanza, the poet mentions how the sea is similar to a dog, thus supporting this connection with the latter part of the poem. [pic] Anal
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  • The Sea
    J.Reeves has successfully used the dog metaphor to elicit the behaviors of the sea at many occasions. The poet compares the different behaviors of the dog at different moods with the sea. The first stanza shows the begining of the violence due to the hungry nature of the dog which metaphoric
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  • The Sea
    THE SEA by James Reeves The main idea of The Sea by James Reeves is that the sea is similar to a dog in so many ways. They both share similar characteristics and behaviour. In fact, one can look at this poem as one long metaphor, mainly focusing on the similarity between the sea...
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  • Notes on the Sea and Ozymandias
    Ozymandias Points to remember: 1. The statue of Ozymandias stands as a metaphor (symbol) of the temporal (not permanent) nature of political power. Time and history have a destructive power that brings all to an end. 2. The statue in the poem also symbolizes pride or ‘hubris’ (arrogan
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