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  • Dark Lady As Dear Heart
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    Silence is golden. Although this is a trite comment about the value of soundless ness, it often rings true. However, silence can also be used as a weapon to inflict heavy amounts of emotional damage. Supposing a wife cheated on her husband and decided to keep silent about the whole event, but the husband found out about the affair through a good friend of his, what then The husband, if he is more of the timid persuasion, will most likely keep silent about it, in hopes that his wife will approach...
  • Line 71 In The Prisoner Of Chillon
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    Introduction In this essay I will be discussing the similarities and differences between two poems written by Lord Byron in 1816, Darkness and The Prisoner Of Chillon. I expect the poems will be very similar, as Lord Byron was inspired to write both of them on real events. Darkness was inspired by three volcanic explosions in different parts of the world in 1814 and 1815, which threw up masses of dust into the upper atmosphere, which made the summer of 1816 one of the darkest and wettest on reco...
  • Third Stanza Of The Poem
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    This poem was very hard to make an argument for to tell what it means. The poem deals with the idea of depression, hurt, weighted choices, and death. It is the most uplifting of poems, but I don t think Emily Dickinson was trying to make it that way. She uses the idea of winter to represent darkness, the comparison of the weight of a choice the heft of Cathedral tunes. She uses a line, which states that there are internal differences to represent emotional not physical problems. She also say's t...
  • Darkness And Mystery Of The Woods
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    Come In by Robert Frost Robert Frost is a well known American poet often associated with beautiful scenes from the New England area. However, the deeper meanings of his poems is often overlooked by their reader, many critics use words such as loneliness, anguish and frustration to describe some of Frost's famous poems. In the poem Come In, Frost tells about the change from day to night and makes a parallel statement about stepping over the edge of life into death. The poem is filled with images ...
  • Trees The Poem Telephone Conversation
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    The poem 'Telephone conversation' is staged by a black man who is looking for a flat but ends up phoning to a landlady who is racist but tries to be polite in finding out whether he is he is a dark or light one. When he first speaks to her he feels awkward as he feels he has to confess that he is African. Also I think he feels as though he has been in the same position before somewhere else and he knows what is expected from people like the landlady he is speaking to. When he tells her that he i...
  • Poem Telephone Conversation
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    Danny Connolly 11.3 Compare and contrast two poems which are on the theme of racial prejudice The two poems that I am going to compare are "Strange Fruit" and "Telephone conversation" which both feature racial prejudice. The first of the two poems that I will study is "Strange Fruit". This is a very simple and meaningful poem. The author of this poem is writing about what was happening to the black people of the southern states of America. It shows exactly what happens to them when captured whic...
  • Narrator Of The Poem
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    Traveling Through the Dark Stafford furtively conceals the profound meaning of his poem behind a story of the narrator, who stops alongside the road to care for a deer. The genius behind poem is better understood when the superficial meaning is expressed deeply. Driving down a narrow mountain road, traveling through the dark, the narrator of the poem encounters a deer. The deer is actually dead on the edge of the Wilson River road. The traveler decides to send the deer over the edge of the canyo...

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