- Poetic Devices with Examples | Literary Devices in Poetry
- Characteristics of Alfred Lord Tennyson Poetry | Best Victorian Poet
- Ulysses Poem Critical Appreciation and Analysis by Alfred Lord Tennyson
- Robert Browning My Last Duchess Analysis | Line By Line Explanation
- Christina Rossetti When I am Dead My Dearest Analysis | Line by Line
- Robert Frost Poetry Characteristics | Salient Features
- The Silken Tent Robert Frost Analysis | Line by Line
- Mrs Elvsted Hedda Gabler | Detailed Character Analysis
- Judge Brack Hedda Gabler | Detailed Character Analysis
- Hedda Gabler as a Feminist Play | Ibsen’s Feminism
“Of Parents and Children” is a suggestive essay, in which Sir Francis Bacon provides some suggestions, through which parents can bring up their children.
“Of Nobility” is also based on philosophy of worldly wisdom. In this essay, Sir Francis Bacon talks about the benefits of nobility in this world.
Superstition is the most highlighted topic even in the modern era. Sir Francis Bacon, in “Of Superstition”, talks about the intellectual blindness of people
The essay “Of Ambition” can be used as evidence to prove the worldly wisdom of Sir Francis Bacon. It covers every profession and department of Bacon’s era.
“Of Studies” is one of the most quoted essays of Sir Francis Bacon. After analyzing the importance of studies, he convinces his readers to study books.
“Of Revenge” is about a revengeful person, who thinks to take revenge from an enemy. Sir Francis Bacon talks about merits and demerits of taking revenge.
To do critical analysis, it is important to mention that “The Bee Meting” is one of the “Bee Poems” of Plath which deals with uncertainty and insecurity.
Unlike other poems of Sylvia Plath, situation analysis in “Morning Song” is not critical at all. It opens with a delightful image, however, ends in despair.
Critical Analysis of “Ariel”, shows that it is highly autobiographical, psychological and confessional.It is the most ambiguous and complex poem of Plath.
“You’re” remained controversial when critics did its critical analysis. In it Sylvia Plath addresses her unborn baby. She saw a lot of complications in life
Critics who have done critical analysis of bee poems including “The Arrival of Bee Box” point out that Sylvia Plath has written this poem with confidence.
Analysis of “Poppies in October” points out that it is neither critical nor traditional poem of Sylvia Plath. She does not shed tears on her father death.
Critically examine the function of the wind in the development of thought in Dejection —- An Ode. Dejection is an ode, which was written by S.T. Coleridge in year 1808. […]
S. T. Coleridge cries that he is no more a poet and his condition is critical yet he opposes his own analysis in “Dejection: an Ode” as it his best poem.
Critical analysis of dream and nature make “Kubla Khan” best poem of Coleridge. “It is complete. It is pure poetry, it is perfect.” says George Saintsbury.
Lots of supernatural elements are there in “The Rime of Ancient Mariner”. In facts, it is a gallery of natural and supernatural elements.
Imagination and fancy raised Coleridge above the level of the physical. Comment. Coleridge is famous for two main reasons; (a) because of his imaginative power and (b) due to creation […]
Bundles of conflicts are there in “Things Fall Apart”. Four major ones are: Cultural conflicts, Religion Vs. Religion, Internal conflicts, Man vs Man.
Title “Things Fall Apart” is self-explanatory even then much significance is given to it because it summarizes the whole novel. No other title can define this novel better than this. […]
“In Things Fall Apart, Achebe opens a casement on Umofia revealing to us the compelling tragedy of Okonkwo, a hero, we cannot claim to like, but do not fail to […]
Okonkwo brings about his own downfall? Do you agree with this statement? Support with close reference to the novel Things Fall Apart. “Things Fall Apart” is not only a novel, […]
Discuss the significance of Things Fall Apart as a social document and a novel dramatizing traditional Igbo life and its first encounter with colonialism and Christianity at the turn of […]
“Things Fall Apart” is obviously a clash between two cultures, which can never be forgotten in the history of Nigerian society. With the arrival of white men in Ibo society, […]
“Love and Marriage” is common theme of Austen’s novels. “Pride and Prejudice” is a clear representation of theme of “love and marriage”.
Mr. Darcy has been demonstrated as true friend, loving brother and considerate master in “Pride and Prejudice”. He shows Austen’s art of characterization.
First Impression was initial title of this novel. Howeve,title “Pride and Prejudice” has much significance. Jane Austen discusses human nature at length.
I have read all the novels, included in my syllabus. In fact, I am a big fan of Earnest Hemingway because of his novel “The old man and the Sea” […]
Novel was already developed to the extent that people were well aware with the long narrated story, therefore, they build their taste and started reading it. In the 19th Contrary, […]
An irony is the different between appearance and reality. Every writer uses this literary technique by his own perspective. It is definitely a weapon used by Jane Austen in her […]
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Examples of literary poetic devices are alliteration, allusion, ambiguity, analogy, assonance, cacophony, connotation, consonance, contrast.
Characteristics of Alfred Lord Tennyson Poetry are: Realism, Naturalism, Glory of Past, Philosophical Ideas, Intellectualism and Modernism.
Alfred Lord Tennyson is remembered due to portrayal of his age in his poetry as evident from critical analysis and appreciation of Ulysses.
There is explanation of women’s status in Robert Browning (Victorian) society as obvious from analysis of dramatic monologue My Last Duchess.
At a very young age, Christina Rossetti wrote “When I am Dead My Dearest”, complete analysis of which divulges theme of death from start.
Characteristics or salient features of Robert Frost poetry are: real rural images, simplicity, clarity, balanced philosophy and dramatism.
“The Silken Tent” is a very vivid poem that Robert Frost wrote on his love as obvious from deep analysis of his autobiography.
Mrs. Thea Elvsted may not be perfect wife but she is bold lady of Ibsen’s era, which has been put in juxtaposition to Hedda Gabler.