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  • Critique About Charles Baudelaire
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    Final Critique The topic of this critique about Charles Baudelaire is kind of an insight into the background of his life. His life was filled with an immense amount of mental and physical suffering. Charles was an alcoholic and had lots of drug addictions. He seemed to dwell in his own problems and self-pity (p. 93). In the poem "The Dog and the Scent Bottle" there are examples of his self-regard. This poem explained how his life went up and down and all the problems he had to overcome. It is no...
  • Lines Of The Poems
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    Colored people and women in this two poems are compared equally too each other and placed as a race in which men have to control over them and treat them how he wants too. Women during the eighteenth century no matter if she was independent and wealthy, if she wanted to divorce from her husband it was not permitted. Meanwhile slaves no matter how intelligent or respectful and friendly they never would be able to be free from their owners. In this two poems the word master is used to describe the...
  • Example The Poem Youre
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    I have chosen to discuss about Mushrooms and Youre. Intro: The titles of the poems can tell you a lot about them before you have even began to read to read them. For example the poem Youre. Well first of all its title tells us that the speaker is going to be talking about or describing someone or something. The poem Mushrooms does not necessarily have to be about Mushrooms because of what the title says. Because when analysing a poem you must find out what it means and what the words are describ...
  • First Line Of The Poem
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    "I thank you god for this most amazing... ". e. e. cummings "i thank you God for this most amazing day: for the leaping greenly spirit of trees and a blue true dream of sky; and for everything which is natural which is infinite which is yes " (i who have died am alive again today, and this is the sun's birthday; this is the birth day of life of love and wings: and of the gay great happening illimitably earth) "how should tasting touching hearing seeing breathing any-lifted from the no of all not...
  • Lines In A Poem
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    Dorothy Parker "I can't write five words but that I can change seven". Dorothy Parker was witty, intelligent, humorous and by far one of the most successful and influential female writers of her era. Born on August 22, 1893 in West End, N.J. to a Scottish mother and a Jewish father, she was the youngest of two in a dysfunctional family. She attended private schools in N.J. and N.Y.C. At the age of four, after the death of her mother and the subsequent remarriage of her father, her life took a tu...
  • Three Poems By Seamus Heaney
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    Poetry unit critical evaluation Chose one poem by Seamus Heaney that you have found memorable. Explain how the poet made the poem so memorable for you. In your critical evaluation you should refer to turns such as: the topic of the poem: the structure of the poem and any other poetic techniques like lexical choice, imagery, sound. Onomatopoeia and tone. I have recently read three poems by Seamus Heaney. I enjoyed reading them all but one poem which really seemed better than all the others is "mi...

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