“Some Beasts” by Pablo Neruda is a beautiful poem that is a great example of his overall body or work. Pablo Neruda utilizes unique similes and archetypes in order to depict a beautiful scene full of Chile’s most famous and charismatic creatures. The first few lines in the poem were beautifully crafted with easy to understand figurative language. The iguana was described in parts, with his ridge being described as a rainbow and his tongue being compared to a dart. The rainbow-ridge beautifully ties back to the first line of the poem, which links the idea of twilight, a colorful time of the day that is full of reds, oranges, blues, and yellows, to the coloration found in the baggy ridges of the iguana.
Throughout the novels Night by Elie Wiesel, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Disgrace by J. M. Coetzee and Cry the Beloved Country by Alan Paton, there are clear themes of rebellion, revolution or both. A rebellion is defined as an effort by many people to change the government or leader of a country by use of protest or violence. It may also be defined as open opposition towards a person or group in authority or the refusal to obey rules or accept the normal standards of behavior. A revolution is defined as a forcible overthrow of a government or social order, in favour of a new system. It may also be defined as a radical and pervasive change in society and the social structure; it is usually sudden and accompanied by violence.
Society, he contends, has destroyed man. He considers brutality to be a consequence of political life and its foundations. Rousseau is exceptionally condemning of governments, and one could contend this to be an impact of his thought of pre-progressive France. A legislatures ' motivation ought to be to make progress toward a concordant society. Rousseau glorified a primary type of direct vote based system.
The Sturm and Drang movement has emerged in Germany as a reaction against the Enlightenment. It is a salient forerunner to Romanticism. Sturm and Drang synthesize the musical style with literary, philosophic, and aesthetic phases in the second part of the eighteenth- century. Hence, the movement carries unparalleled feature, which definitely distinguish it from other kinds of movement. Thence, the artists of this movement have highlighted the limits
“So what you do is you first grab some bait, put it on the hook and cast the line.” pop passionately speaks to me as I feel the nice wind blow across my face. A sunny morning with warm breeze, I try to copy what my pop just told me. I reach for the container of slimy worms which I just cannot touch. Seeing my delicate hands jump move in and out of the container, pop muffled. With goosebumps appearing on my arm, I look up to him with my face scrunched up as a sign of help.
Music, you had and muse was your kingdom, the Divine tunnel that connected our nostalgic thoughts that swam into the myriad shorelines of Life. Spring was your last wonder, when you loved the flowers of different fragrance and you caressed them like Love birds that warbled from the top of some clustery mossy tress. How great that Love adored your spring and Muse, same as our love letters that conveyed the rich emotions. Now the clouds started to gloom in the skies, same as our thoughts that we are going to part-away in a dreary evening. We had to put away our emotional state and seek our new life ahead.
The poem uses a descriptive language which consists of six lines each in four stanzas, as in appreciation of dancing yellow flowers surrounding the poet with great fragrance. Wordsworth used a very simple yet dialect language as it represents a personal experience in a single mood or a moment of such consciousness. Wordsworth language is often recognised anywhere because of its influence on the reader, also mostly because it carries beautiful structure among every line as if each line can be a complete poem as a whole. The beginning or the rebirth of one by nature blessed with the enjoyable dancing daffodils. The poet obviously wanted to make the daffodils dance for eternity, because when they danced, his heart did
And she receives it, just as freely as a plant receives rain, just as the soil does, in a never-ending, whole-earth dance of symbiotic harmony. Plants need earthworms to thrive and to survive; and at the thought, there are earthworms, avidly aerating and enriching the angel garden soil while eating their way through their daily diet of dirt..., the earthworm’s bread of life. Ah, God, you are a wondrous creator God. Thank you for the angels, for the garden, and, thank you most dearly for the earthworm wisdom that faithfully produces new growth. The Magic of
The great Gatsby , on the other hand , sheds light the corruption of the American dream , racism , adultery , and social class divisions . Modernist works dealt with the destruction of the family union in addition to mistrusting authority. Ulysses reflected the destruction of Leopold and Molly’s marriage after the death of their infant whereas the Great Gatsby questions the legitimacy of Jay’s fortune and its sources. In a nutshell , modernism cast light on the modern world predicaments . In conclusion , modernism is a remarkable literary movement of the nineteenth and twentieth century .
The speaker experiences a field brimming with daffodils waving in the breeze and is overcome with pleasure watching them. In the wake of leaving the field, he frequently thinks about the blooms when he is exhausted or despairing and the memory of their magnificence and cheer by and by brings him happiness. This is one of Wordsworth's celebrated ballads. It is basic, meager and peaceful. Wordsworth enjoyed these topics.