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  • Unique Poem Structure With The First Line
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    I came to the conclusion that Langston was writing about te struggle to freedom for black. Langston Hughes wrote about racism often in his poems, and this particular poem seems to follow that pattern. Hughes gives the feeling of loneliness and dismay at the fact that he is not considered equal to white people. The poem represents the struggle for freedom and to be considered equal. The speaker conveys a feeling of sadness and loneliness in the tone of their voice, as stated in the opening senten...
  • William Wordsworth's Solitary Reaper Interpretation
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    William Wordsworth's "The Solitary Reaper" Not only did Wordsworth do a superior job portraying an experience when he wrote "The Solitary Reaper", but he also invites the readers broaden their own experiences by opening their eyes to parts of life that they might not have noticed, or did notice but could not describe. His poem, describing a unique experience he encountered one day while he was walking by a field, clearly demonstrates the effective use of poetic devices. Rhyme, tone, personificat...
  • Frost's Symbols From Quotes With Possible Interpretations
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    Page 1 Symbolism in Robert Frost This poetry analysis essay is about symbolism in Robert Frost's poetry. The essay is titled "Symbolism in Robert Frost" and the poems under discussion are "The Road Not Taken" and "Birches". Fist I will start with the poem titled "The Road Not Taken" and provide three short quotes from this poem and one quote from "Birches". I will also provide three possible interpretations of their meaning. The following is a quote from the poem titled "The Road Not Taken": "Tw...
  • Begging Eyes Of The Mantis
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    Perhaps the most graphic example of formalism in dialogue with modern materialism is Zukofsky's sestina "Mantis", which not only addresses the alienation of life under modern capitalism but does so by debating the "implications of a too regular form". What is most interesting about Zukofsky's response to social crisis is that it is often conducted in formal terms that seem at odds with the material under consideration. This disparity has prompted Eric Mottram to speak of "A"-9's canzone structur...
  • Brathwaites Poem Limbo
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    Brathwaites poem 'Limbo' conveys strong ideas and is open to a number of interpretations, not just the ones obvious to the reader at first. This poem tells the story of slavery in a rhyming, rhythmic, almost dance style. I think it is quite a complex poem. Throughout the poem Brathwaite makes references to his personal cultures and traditions. He reveals slowly the dark side of Africa's history and uses language to make the reader aware of the oppression and cruelty which his ancestors suffered....

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