Novel wherein writer portrays theme and effect of colonialism as Chinua Achebe elucidated in Things Fall Apart is called postcolonial novel.
Characteristics of Emily Dickinson poetry are: unconventional themes, individualism, transcendentalism, spiritualism, realism and symbolism.
From critical analysis of the very first stanza of the Ode to Autumn, readers realize the antipodal thinking of John Keats.
Ode to the West Wind is a strong example in which imaginative explanation of nature proves that Shelly writes structural poetry with lyrics.
W. H. Auden wrote poems during World War-II, hence, horror was there in them as evident from critical analysis of “O What is that Sound.”
Critical analysis of "A Refusal to Mourn the Death by Fire of a Child in London" shows poetic skill of Dylan Thomas in writing elegies.
Examples of literary poetic devices are alliteration, allusion, ambiguity, analogy, assonance, cacophony, connotation, consonance, contrast.