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  • Reader A New Prospective Over Everyday Experiences
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    Poetry essay, Robert Gray. Question: Poetry can help us think and feel in new ways about every day experiences. Show how four of Gray's poems offer a new prospective on everyday experiences. One of the major effects of poetry is to take the reader to another place. To have one look at an everyday situation, and see another face to it. This is done by the imagist, Robert Gray. Through his poem, he gives the reader another view of everyday experiences such as Travel or Journeys, Work and the inter...
  • Past Experience
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    "Position" was written in 1964 and was one of the few poems that jumped out at me. Position can be inspiration to all of us but I feel as though it is more or less about the long road to find the love of your life. Carol Berge', the author of "Position" was born in 1928 and was divorced after the birth of her son. Berge's poetry focuses on self-respect and people seeking love such as in this poem. I believe the past is hard for everyone to deal with; when past experiences are bad experiences we ...
  • Poem To Your Experience
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    Final Paper Assignment For the last paper, you should focus on a poem or poems. You have several options: Write about one (or two) or the poems we " ve discussed in class, with the aim of bringing some new perception to it. For example, we " ve discussed some poems in pairs because one refers to the other and helps us to understand it-we " ve discussed this in class, but you could take it further and deeper. Write about a theme that you find in more than one poem, particularly in which the posit...
  • Poem About The Nature Of Creation
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    Published in 1794 as one of the Songs of Experience, Blake's 'The Tyger " is a poem about the nature of creation, much as is his earlier poem from the Songs of Innocence, 'The Lamb. ' However, this poem takes on the darker side of creation, when its benefits are less obvious than simple joys. Blake's simplicity in language and construction contradicts the complexity of his ideas. This poem is meant to be interpreted in comparison and contrast to 'The Lamb,' showing the 'two contrary states of th...
  • Drug World Dransfield
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    Michael Dransfield: A poet you can feel, but never truly understand. During a time of great change, both ideally and physically, in Australian history, a young man by the name of Michael Dransfield made his presence known in the highly evolving scene of poetry. Dransfield was an eccentric character, to say the least, and was recognized for his masterful ability of truly capturing the essence of many of life's situations. Regardless of the "heaviness" or the difficulties of the subject matter bei...
  • Poem On First Looking Into Chapman's Homer
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    Analysis of Keat's 'On First Looking into Chapman's Homer' and 'On Seeing the Elgin Marbles " John Keat's poems, On First Looking into Chapman's Homer, and On Seeing the Elgin Marbles for the First Time, express an irresistible, poetical imagination. They convey a sense of atmosphere to the reader. In comparison they exemplify his intense love of beauty. The connection between these two poems is not so much in subject, but the feeling of awe. Both these poems show more emotion and amazement in t...

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