• My Mistress eyes
    2. At first the poem seems sweet and loving by the poet, William Shakespeare, uses a biting, icy, cold, disgusting tone when he describes his mistress. In line 1 he says her “eyes are nothing like the sun” which means that the sun is better. In line 3 he compares her breasts with snow and says that...
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  • Like the Sun Analysis Essay by Shaha
    require any effort and it is the honest opinion of an individual who is not petrified of the result of the action. The author, R.K. Narayan, reveals through irony in the short story, “Like the Sun”, that candor ultimately has pleasant and unpleasant consequences. Sekhar encounters unpleasant...
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  • Emily Dickinson
    theme of Death differently than it is usually described through the poetic devices of irony, imagery, symbolism, and word choice. Emily Dickinson likes to use many different forms of poetic devices and Emily's use of irony in poems is one of the reasons they stand out in American poetry. In her...
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  • Wateland
    mortal human being. The elements of diction and tone, imagery, irony, (FINISH), are used by Shakespeare to develop and reinforces the poem’s themes. Shakespeare’s “My Mistress’ Eyes are Nothing Like the Sun” is a representation of love. In order to express the love two people share, they have to...
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  • Sun vampires
    analysing is ‘Sun Vampires’ and this in turn contradicts itself as vampires are associated with darkness, whereas the sun is bright and heated. This will engage the reader as they will be intrigued to find out what the article is about. There is also a use of a paradox within the heading. It is a rather...
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  • English
    and is going to take his own life. The irony is that we know that Juliet is only in a deep sleep. 6. Formal/Informal Language – Formal diction consist of a dignified, impersonal, and elevated use of language; it follows the rules of syntax exactly and is often characterized by complex words and...
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  • Donne and W;t essay 20/20
    disbelief at its contrariety to be ultimately persuaded by Donne's use of sustained logic, characteristic of the metaphysical poets. Edson introduces death as the primary drama and conceptual exploration for the audience through the dark irony of Bearing's metatheatrical dialogue, "they've given me...
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  • stylistic analysis of the pickwick club
    morning on philosophical questions and who “is ready for the reception of any discoveries worthy of being noted down”. The irony is hidden in the comparison of Mr. Pickwick with the sun which “burst from his slumbers”. We also notice repetition of the word “sun” relative at first to the sun itself...
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  • Ozymandias vs to the Virgins
    ”, the narrator in, “To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time”, tells the poem in the form of advice. The narrator uses the examples of a flower blooming and dying, the sun rising and setting, and the inevitable aging that everybody experiences, in order to inspire the reader to seize the day. Although...
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  • Romeo
    the most famous scene in the entire play.) 1. Fill in the blanks in this paraphrase of Romeo's soliloquy (lines 1-32) Shh! What light is at the window? Juliet shines through the window like the sun rises in the east. Arise, beautiful sun (Juliet) and replace the moon who is jealous because you...
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  • Analyzing a Shakespearean Sonnet
    Intro to Literature Paper 1-Poetry “My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun” I chose to analyze the popular Shakespearean sonnet, “My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun.” The sonnet is a tribute to a deeply loved woman in the speaker’s life. It however doesn’t fit the...
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  • How Does Shaffer Create and Use Dramatic Tension in “the Royal Hunt of the Sun” and to What Effect?
    gives a deep groan, like the sound of a great animal being wounded.” Here the personification of the sun creates sympathy and compassion amongst the audience. Peter Shaffer uses scenes of duologue between the main characters to give the audience an insight into the relationships between them, and...
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  • Poetry Terms Questions
    audience know that Juliet is| | |not really dead, she merely took a potion to make it look like she was dead for her own motives. When the audience of a story | | |knows more than the characters involved, what type of irony is employed...
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  • “Like the Sun”
    LIKE THE SUN” by R. K. Narayan ABOUT THE AUTHOR. R. K. Narayan (1906–2001) was born in Madras, India. After completing his education, he taught in a small village school. Narayan left teaching to devote himself full time to writing, and in 1935 he published his first novel, Swami and Friends...
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  • Romeo and Juliet
    he will light the heavens so fine that all the world will be on love with night and not sun. Oh, I have taken the marriage vow, yet I am still a virgin. it's like a child who has new toy, but is not allowed to play with them. 2. Explain the dramatic irony in the beginning of this scene. The...
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  • World Literature: All Quiet on the Western Front and of Mice and Men
    Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men takes place on a ranch where two men travel together looking for work. The plots of both stories may sound different, but they relate in ways of irony, innocence, and thoughtfulness. John Steinbeck and Erich Maria Remarque use irony, imagery, and figurative language to show...
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  • Romeo and Juliet
    , and it pricks like thorn.” “My only love sprung from my only hate! Too early seen unknown, and known too late!” “Oh, dear account! My life is my foe’s debt.” ACT II “But soft! What light through yonder window breaks? It is the east and Juliet is the sun. Arise...
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  • Words the Poet's Tools to Life
    uses is irony. Throughout, “The Chimney Sweeper,” Blake uses different forms of irony to focus and control the reader’s attention. Dramatic irony is present because Blake allows, even demands, his audience to have a deeper understanding of the harshness of the chimney sweeper’s situation than the...
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  • Red Badge of Courage
    news directly from the source, but from another soldier, and so on (6). This is ironic because they all act like the news are completely correct and exact, but it isn’t. Irony is used in this book to describe Henry’s journey from a raw recruit to a seasoned soldier. Crane uses dramatic, situational...
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  • Outsourcing in America
    that Fortunato suffered and had slow and painful death,like a snow on the sun.(S) Poe was effective in creating the ironic suspense of the tale in the story. Indeed ,we as a readers knew more than Fortunato did, and in some cases happened opposite than we expected.Also ,with all types of irony that writer used in the story made Montresor successful in his plan to avenge his family name....
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