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  • John Clare Essay

    John Clare (1793-1864) was born on July 13 at Helpstone‚ a village in Northamptonshire‚ close to the Lincolnshire fens. His father‚ Parker Clare‚ worked as a farm laborer. In his spare time his father was also a rustic wrestler and ballad singer. Clare attended a dame school in his native village‚ and then went to Glinton School in the next village. When his father became ill with rheumatism‚ Clare began work first as a horse-boy‚ then ploughboy‚ then as a gardener at Burghley House. In 1812 he enlisted

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  • First Love John Clare

    unique for the individual beholder‚ and yet common themes run deep and have become metaphors more easily attributed and immediately understood than the word ‘love’ itself. The first point of note is the familiarity of the language used by John Clare in the nineteenth century to the anecdotal stereotypes and euphemisms of medieval literature and contempory rap lyrics. Love can be defined by its confusing ability to remain indefinable by perfect boundaries and text‚ but‚ also‚ it has a changeless

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  • First Love by John Clare

    This is an anthology of thoughts on First Love by John Clare‚ brainstormed version‚ not classified. The poem “First Love” is about John Clare falling in love for the first time. The poet explains what happens to him when he falls in love for the first time‚ and how his world and perspective view changes. He tells us what happened to him when he fell in love by saying “I ne’er was struck before that hour with love so sudden and so sweet” which suggests that he has fallen in love at first sight

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    written by John Clare. The thoughts here come across as more idealized rather than believable. Clare starts of the poem by saying ‘I ne’er was struck before that hour’ the hyperbole used here conveys an overpowering sense of shock as he has never before felt love so strongly. The word ‘struck’ can imply to cupid hitting him with an arrow and as a result Clare is now love struck. The poet then tells us how ‘Her face it bloomed like a sweet flower And stole my heart away complete.’ Clare remarks

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  • I Am by John Clare

    A level English Student Guide by Julia Geddes‚ Kitty Graham and Helen Ince ~ Wessex Publications ~ Selected Poems by John Clare CONTENTS Page Using the Workbook......................................................................................1 How to Study Poetry......................................................................................2 John Clare 1793 - 1864 ..................................................................................3 The Poems A Country Village

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  • First Love by John Clare

    First Love by John Clare This expressible poetry by a man‚ who has deep feelings for the one his soul loves‚ has more meaning hidden between the lines if the reader will take the time to savor it. The first two lines are simple enough. It was the very first time he ever felt a love go as deep as his soul as soon as he saw her face. It was love at first sight for him. He felt as though he could not move‚ breathe‚ and then she looked at him and nothing else in his life mattered anymore but

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  • First Love by John Clare

    Explore how the poet conveys his intimate experience of love in this poem First Love’ by John Clare is a poem written about unrequited love‚ and how love can die. To show this‚ the poet used poetic techniques‚ such as metaphors‚ contrast and images; however the tone and the pattern of syllables in the stanzas also played a major part. The first stanza has 8 syllables in each line‚ which expresses an optimistic feeling‚ showing that his life is full. The second one‚ though has a pattern of

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  • Optimal Alarm Sound Design: New Design Process for Noticeable, but Pleasant Sounds

    Optimal alarm sound design: New design process for noticeable‚ but pleasant sounds Author 193 Track 3: what the beep? ABSTRACT The goal of this research is improving alarm sound design‚ focusing on the paradox of noticeable versus pleasant sounds. The characteristics of annoying sounds correspond in large extend to the characteristics of noticeable sounds. Therefore it is difficult to design an alarm sound‚ which is noticeable‚ but not annoying. A lot of studies are conducted along aspects

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  • Skullduggery Pleasant

    Demoand Boddie Mr. Archibald-Seifer English Acc. 10 October 7‚ 2011 Book Report Final Draft Section 1- Introduction In the book Skulduggery Pleasant by Derek Landy‚ there is an undiscovered world that is hidden in plain sight‚ where battles between magical beings take place. Landy creates an amazing world that has different twists at each corner. These twists make an awe-inspiring book that uses different aspects: it has character contrast‚ it has a plot that keeps u wanting to read

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  • Analysis of First Love by John Clare

    First love is a poem‚ which encapsulates the experience the poet has falling in love for the first time. It is rejoicing the love he attained for a woman named Mary Joyce however there is sadness and a feeling of dissatisfaction hovering in the background. This feeling exists‚ as the love was unrequited. The poem has an underlying tone of innocence and flurry of emotions as it is the poets very first attempt at love exhibiting his feelings for Mary. The opening of the first stanza only shows how

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