The poet does appreciation of vulture along with analysis of his critical and dirty work and then humorously asks is sparrow still citizen [civilized]...
Richard Wilbur has done analysis of the senselessness towards waste newspapers in "After the Last Bulletins" as revealed by its critical appreciation...
Is not it happening in modern life? "Still Citizen Sparrow" becomes an allegory of modern life ascribable to Richard Wilbur's unique philosophy....
Samuel Beckett had largest contribution in "Absurd Theater". His play "Waiting for Godot" also belonged to the same category and was called an absurd play.
Themes of "Waiting for Godot": Existentialism, nothingness, vitality of hope, sufferings, absurdity, human race, relationships, religion, waiting, ignorance
"Love and Marriage" is common theme of Austen's novels. "Pride and Prejudice" is a clear representation of theme of "love and marriage".
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