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Critical Essays & Papers On Poetry From The Romantic Era
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Sir Philip Sidney and “The Faerie Queen”
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This 5 page report discusses Edmund Spenser’s “The Faerie Queene” from the perspective of Sir Philip Sidney’s “Apologie for Poetrie.” Whether or not “The Faerie Queen” meets what Sidney considers the criteria or the most important components of what poetry is and why poetry exists are discussed,Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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William Wordsworth's 'The World Is Too Much With Us'
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A 7 page essay on this sonnet from Wordsworth's Lyrical Ballads. The writer reviews what Wordsworth himself said about his poetry and his intentions in the 'Preface to the Lyrical Ballads' which was published with the poems. Wordsworth was attempting to depart from the overly decorative speech used in the poetry of the late 18th-century. The writer pays particular emphasis on how Wordsworth's poetry related to his beliefs about nature. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Robert Frost and Symbolism
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A 7 page paper which discusses Robert Frost’s use of symbolism in his poetry. Symbolism is always used when addressing any kind of poetry, for each individual has previous life experiences and particular thought processes which will always lead them to see a symbol of something in poetry. Frost has always been known for his depth and his symbolism and even when he claims that such was not the intent, we can not help but see symbolism. The poem “Mending Wall” is used as an example. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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A Critical Comparison Between Ezra Pound And T.S. Eliot
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Poetry, for the most part, is a solitary experience. Many people are without the history or knowledge to discern the different aspects of poetry. Many times the opinions of others will influence the individual's perception of certain poetry. The poets Ezra Pound and ts eliot are names known to the general public but whose poems are difficult to interpret. This 5 page paper explores the opinions of critics and more knowledgeable persons for a deeper meaning and clearer understanding of poems such as Ezra Pound's In A Station Of The Metro and eliot's the lovesong of j alfred prufrock. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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John Donne / Characteristic Features
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5 pages in length. The characteristic features of John Donne's poetry, as they relate to theme, imagery, audience and approach, blend together in an insightful combination of metaphysics, wit, sensuality and contrast. Indeed, Donne projects not just a singular image or approach, even though each individual work of poetry may focus upon a singular theme; rather, he utilizes a subtle combination of temptation and reality. One only has to read a verse or two of any of Donne's poetry to understand that his characteristic features are anything but myopic. The writer discusses characteristic features as they pertain to three of Donne's poem. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Poetry of John Donne -- Romance and Religion
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This 6 page report discusses the English poet, writer, and clergyman, John Donne (1572-1631), who is best known for his religious and metaphysical poetry, his sermons and meditations. Donne demonstrates that he knows a great deal about love but he also makes it clear that the spiritual component of love is a quintessential characteristic of the deepest love. Romance and religion are deeply related as Donne repeatedly presents the connections and passions of the heart and the soul. His inner turmoil, especially relating to the death of his wife also shows through in his poetic imagery. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Romanticism and Realism in Galdos' Historical Fiction
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A 15 page paper looking at the Episodios Nacionales series by Spanish author Benito Perez Galdos. The paper specifically analyzes Perez Galdos' use of romantic and realist techniques, and concludes he has found the perfect balance to express the Spanish character. Bibliography lists eleven sources.
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Love and Romanticism in Blake and Hemans
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A ten page paper looking at the way poets William Blake and Felicia Hemans looked at the issue of romantic love in several selected poems. The paper argues that neither writer was really capable of seeing marriage and love as a relationship of equals. The poems covered include Hemans’ “Image in Lava” and “The Mirror in the Deserted Hall,” and Blake’s “Marriage of Heaven and Hell.” Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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