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  • Very Proud And Self Confident Attitude
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    Two Different Attitudes, Two Different Worlds In this essay I am going to compare and contrast the speakers and the stories of 'Homage to my Hips'; and 'Her Kind'; . The speakers in this stories have very different attitudes, and approaches in telling their story about the same topic. While talking about the oppression of women, both Lucille Clifton and Anne Sexton take the own stance on the situation. While Clifton expresses her proud and self-confident attitude, Sexton on the other hand speaks...
  • Letters Of Vachel Lindsay
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    Vachel Lindsay's peripatetic lifestyle was driven in part by financial need: from 1914 onwards, public recitation of his poetry was Lindsay's most consistent means of income, and a necessary one after the deaths of his parents (in 1918 and 1922) and particularly after he married and had children (1925-26). That lifestyle was driven just as much, however, by Lindsay's artistic vision: the belief that the artist must preach the "gospel of beauty" to the masses and that this gospel, embraced by the...
  • Souls Selected Her Own Society X
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    Dickinson's writing style and method, similar to the manner in which she approaches subjects in her poetry, are very distinct. Dickinson was very methodical in her approach to writing poetry. In further examination of Dickinson's poetry, specific characteristics that can be found in the three poems. I Felt a Funeral in my Brain x, . Souls Selected her own Society x and. Because I could not Stop for Death x like her distinct use of diction, meter, rhyme, and the dash. These figures of speech allo...
  • Analysis Of Robert Frost's Departmental
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    "Departmental" by Robert Frost is a poem written in rhymed couplets with three beats per line (trimeter). Throughout the poem, Frost uses poetic devices such as personification, allusion, rhyme, and alliteration. The poem as a whole serves as a metaphor for the way humans deal with issues like death. The poem begins with a description of a scene familiar to many, "an ant on a tablecloth... ". Then the ant bumps into a day drowsy moth that is much larger than him. The ant seems a tad bit jealous ...
  • Chaucers Poems Book Of The Duchess
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    The most prominent feature that Chaucers poems Book of the Duchess, Parliament of Fowls, and House of Fame have in common, is narrators reference to the famous ancient motives, as such that suppose to serve as an insight to the overall meaning of his poems. Chaucers earliest work Book of the Duchess starts with author referring to the Ovidian story of Ceyx and Alcyone. This shows that he was familiar with ancient Roman literature. Ceyx was the king of Trac his. After he failed to return from his...
  • Kaufman's Appellation As A Jazz Poet
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    Kathryne V. Lindberg Poet, prose poet, jazz performance artist, satirist, manifesto writer, and legendary figure in the Beat movement, Bob Kaufman successfully promoted both anonymity and myths of his racial identity and class origins. While romanticized biographies ascribe to him such epithets as g riot, shaman, saint, and prophet of Caribbean, African, Native American, Catholic, and / or Jewish traditions, respectively, Kaufman was most likely the tenth of thirteen children of an African Ameri...

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