Nature and Frankenstein compare in their understanding of the relationship between human beings and the natural world because the natural world is an emotional experience and the influence of nature changes the mood drastically. The natural world is an emotional experience for Victor because he got depressed about the death of Justine and William. To cope with his feelings he decided to escape to the hills. Victor struggles to cope with the deaths: The sceneries help Victor out by cheering him up and acting as a sense of relief. He hopes that this trip can repair his broken soul from the death of Justine and William.
However, Dahl had a close relationship with his mom (took care of him) who worked as a mystic and told people’s fortunes. The conflicts Poe faced were people close to him died of tuberculosis or other illnesses. As an editor, there was no success approaching him, including his reviews, until “The Raven” was written. Admittedly, Dahl didn’t receive much credibility as a children’s author. In addition, he was characterized as eccentric/odd and became like one of his characters, causing people to parodied him, but did not question his fantasy writing style.
He needed the stuff we have in modern day called a safe chamber and a place to have someone watch over him so he didn’t try to do so many deadly and sad things in his life. Sometimes life hits like a truck and makes you feel worthless like Poe did, but he would have made his life better if he tried to become better and happier with his life rather than keep looking back into his past. Imagine if Poe had a happy life and if he had happy poems how different we would think of him and all that he does. He has impacted the poem community heavily and it has changed our mind perspectives. The way sad poems affect us makes us think of different ways it can be interpreted.
In his life, Poe was always missing the ones he loved such as his mother, his foster mother and his wife, Virginia. He was always hoping that there was an afterlife, so he could see them again. Depression and sorrow were also represented in The Black Cat. In The Black Cat the narrator was always drinking to get away from his “disease.” “But my disease grew upon me-for what disease is like alcohol?” He would drink to forget about those who had passed and the little money he had to support even just himself. The depression and sorrow that occurred in Poe’s life was well symbolized in many of his poems and short stories.
However, when Mark Twain stated that Huck still sleeps in the woods at times, it indicates that he still went back to the rules he used to live by at times. Possibly Twain himself struggled with switching between two locations in his life that had completely different rules than what he was familiar with. Later in the book, Huck tries to adjust to the lack of rules he had to follow when living with his father. Huckleberry Finn states, “... and it warn’t long after that till I was used to being where I was, and liked it, all but the cowhide part. It was kind of lazy and jolly, laying off comfortable all day, smoking and fishing, and no books nor study.
In the song “Winter Wonderland” Richard B. Smith, the lyricist created the theme that is to not take things for granted, instead go out and enjoy it by using the poetic devices of imagery, personification, and rhyme. Throughout the entire song thoughts of snow and sleigh rides went through my mind, as well as many other people’s. I believe that Smith did a magnificent job of having the lyrics fulfil the title Winter Wonderland. I chose this song for a couple of reasons actually, the first is that I extremely miss the snow and the coldness, basically the “normal” characteristics for winter in the North East where I mainly lived. Secondly, I have loved this song, even more around Christmas time, since I was a child.
In stanza 12, line 5, the poem reads: "...this grim, ungainly, ghastly, gaunt, and ominous bird of yore." shows his loneliness and he can feel the presents of a ghost of the dead. The writing tells you that the writer was in a sad, dark, place, even depressed just wanting Lenore to be there with him.'. The setting takes place in the chamber, probably the library or study room of his rich uncle with lost of books around him sitting there reading books trying to get his mind of Lenore when he falls asleep. It is a cold, gloomy, winter day in December which makes the narrator even more lonely and depressed because December is cold, dreary, and the end of a long year.
If it rains, it will rot, or it may become loose. This is the day of tennis. Tennis has no interesting life, it will be called to fight, a variety of things happen in their body, and the dog's day is like? When they get out of bed, they usually think of food, make themselves warm, and find shelter. And he went back to the garden to find a tennis play some, and then go back to sleep, this is the dog's day.
“Acquainted with the Night” Robert Frost’s poem, “Acquainted with the Night” describes how the narrator is living in depression causing him to isolate himself emotionally and physically from the areas around him. The speaker takes advantage of the nights each day, using those hours of the day to be out alone with no interactions in this community. The reader can infer that there is something different about the speaker compared to most people. Robert Frost wrote the poem in an vital way showing that no one’s life will ever be the perfect life. The speaker has now hit the point of life which will be the hardest for him.
With anything, whether a possession, an achievement, or even a life, it does not last forever. This is best described in the poem when the reader comes across the lines “Her early leaf’s a flower, but only so an hour.” Robert frost uses elements of nature as a metaphor in “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”. During the poem, a person crosses through woods to admire them before he continues his trip. His horse thinks he is here by mistake because there is no farmhouse nearby. Unfortunately, the man does not stay any longer because he has promises to keep.