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  • Image Of The Two
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    Eng Lit 12 LG #5- The Jacobean and Puritan Age Activity #2 - A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning Through out this piece, Donne uses many vivid images to present his theme of a love that transcends the physical and, as such, can stand the test of separation. The image of the two compass legs attached, yet moving in separate circles in the line 'our two souls... /they are two so / As stiff compasses are two, thy soul the fixed foot, makes no show / To move but doth, if th " other do. ' (24-26) pain...
  • Last Lines
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    William Shakespeare " No Longer Mourn For Me When I Am Dead " Explication Read the sonnet with a sarcastic angry tone and a whole different meaning is found. He uses words and angry phrases that repeat and reflect off of each other. I believe the author does not want people to be saddened by his death. Not because he cares for the people but because he is angry. It is almost as if he sees his death as a last joke he had on them. In lines 3 and 4 he says "Give warning to the world that I am fled,...
  • Sound Of Mm Of The Last Line
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    One of the greatest poets of the English language, John Keats, wrote a beautiful ode To Autumn. This poem is composed of three parts and each of the parts represents the transition of the season of autumn. First part is about ready to harvest, the second part is in the middle of the harvest, and the last part of this poem shows his empty feeling after the harvest. As well as all men have life cycle, To Autumn connects to Keats own life. And he is celebrating the music of autumn with his own beau...
  • Carver's Cathedral Robert And Bub
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    In lines 117-124 in Raymond Carver's Cathedral Robert and Bub are drawing a cathedral. This passage is found at the end of the story and it details Bub's spiritual revelation. Bub's salvation and ascension comes through the interaction with Robert while drawing the cathedral. This is an enlightening experience for Bub. Robert is a man of great insight and helps guide Bub towards a spiritual nature of life. The drawing of the cathedral transcends the physical act of drawing to a spiritual awakeni...
  • Last Line
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    In poem # 199 Emily Dickinson presents a very intricate approach towards marriage. In the first stanza she writes "I'm 'wife' - I've finished that / I'm 'Woman' now - It's safer so", what she means here is that now since I am married, I have become complete woman. I think the message that she is trying to convey is that every girl ought to get married in order for her to become a 'complete' woman. In the first 3 line Dickinson seems to present a pro-marriage opinion. But in the last line of stan...
  • Prince's Monologue
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    A Man of the Moon or Not at All? In Act I, Scene II of William Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part I, Prince Henry of Wales, a. k. a. Hal, delivers a monologue that has profound effects on both the perception of his character, and on the entire plot of the play. Prior to his monologue in scene II, the Prince plots mischief with his mutinous friends, Falstaff and Poins. We think the Prince to be somewhat easy to read. He seems to be merely a rebellious young heir to the throne who spends all his time wi...

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