Weaving words together by collecting the most colorful, strong, deep and meaningful dictions are talented effort poet can do. In Elizabeth Barrett Browning 's " How do I Love Thee?" and Ben Jonson 's " On My First Son" the difference and similarities of tone and speaker usage will be tackled, and the way a poet can use tone and speaker to stimulate a rich affiliation of language, subject and feeling. Speaker is the person , not necessary the author, who is the voice of a poem. The speaker of "How do I Love Thee?"
The King’s Speech recognizes the success of King George VI, but also makes it clear that Lionel Logue was the man partially responsible for the success. By enduring struggles and eventually reaching success, King George VI and Lionel Logue are both celebrated equally. The movie does an excellent job of depicting the distressing conflict King George VI had to face as a newly crowned British monarch. The movie also does a good job of presenting
History is full with the great personalities, who can never be forgotten as they had contributed a lot in their life period. Among them are Gandhi and Tagore, who made a great contribution in world history. Both of them are born in last quarter of the nineteenth century. Tagore in 1861 and Gandhi in 1869 and lived up to the India got independence from the colonial rule (coward, 2003). Gandhi and Tagore were so famous that their mutual friend C.F Andrews once argued Tagore as modern, while as Gandhi is the St. Francis of Assisi(ibid, pp:107).While as john Haynes Holmes compared Gandhi and Tagore as Erasmus and Luther (the poet’s anxiety).
He has got that title "not by turning hisback on ancient European tradition, nor byimitating its successors but by developing in it a way that at last matches the American climateand the American language. "1A matter of interest is that Frost 's poetry is highly esteemed by prominent world personalities like the Indian Jawaher Lal Nhero who has considered Frost 's poetry a source of inspiration, relief and hope. The Indian leader has quoted some lines from Frost 's "Stopping by Wood on a Snowy evening" to be written by his own hand on a piece of
The term ‘heroic couplet’ was inspired by the traditional oral epic, which. Pope’s public career as a translator of the Iliad began with his publishing a version of a speech he conducted in 1790 titled Rape of the Lock (Brower 85). Pope had ‘caught the itch of poetry’ from Homer, since he was considered ‘the first author’ and admired his work (85). Rape of the Lock is not the only piece of literature Pope created that is influenced by Homer and uses Homeric mode. In his translation Pope produced one of the classic examples f the mode and gave the eighteenth century the ‘Heroic Poem, truly such’ of which Dryden and too many poets dreamed, from Spenser to inglorious Blackmore, who unexpectedly attained immortality in Pope’s first Imitation of
Oscar Wilde wrote at levels far more advanced than the time period he lived in. Oscar Fingal O 'Flahertie Wills Wilde was born on October 16, 1854 in Dublin, Ireland. Wilde 's father was an acclaimed doctor and his mother was established poet. After attending an ivy league school it is easy to see how he became one of best play wrights of his time. Oscar Wilde is relevant in the Victorian era and is also highly revered today because he spoke about human qualities.
He is the most eminent Bengali poet, who dreamt of a harmony of universal humanity among the people of different origin through freedom of mind and spiritual sovereignty. He was awarded a Nobel Prize in 1913 for translated version of song-poems entitled ‘Gitanjali’. He was the very first Asian writer who thought differently and wrote extremely amazingly which took the hearts of many people. During the time of freedom, he played a very important role and was appreciated by Mahatma Gandhi as well as Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru.
“Every man can think he is great live forever, but one can guess, From which quarter his doom will come”. -The Man Eater of Malgudi Eighth novel of India’s most creative story teller R. K. Narayan is the guide, perhaps his most renowned novel. It won him the Sahitya academy award too. It has social as well as cultural implications and that is the motive behind selecting this novel for research. The guide, like other novels of Narayan, discusses and shed lights to the fact that India is a nation full of religion and cultural pride.
My paper deals with the analysis of selected poems from “Gitanjali”by Rabindranath Tagore. Also it talks about what Gitanjali is all about and Rabindranath Tagore’s biography. He is the first non-European to be awarded with Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913. My paper also talks about his important work.I was deeply moved by reading his work as his poetry is spiritual in nature and it talks about his philosophies, peace and harmony is important for the nation and humanity. It includes my own analysis of three poems from Gitanjali “Leave this chanting and telling of beads”, “Where the mind is without fear” and “Cloud heaps upon cloud and it darkens”.
It should be a matter of great honour and worthy too to incorporate the creative aspect of the poet laureate Alfred Lord Tennyson. The influence of John Keats and other Romantic poets published before and during his childhood is evident from the richness of his imagery and descriptive writing. It reflects the Victorian periodof his maturity in his feeling for order and his tendency towards moralizing. The aim of this paper is to depict the notion of his virtuous concept relating to perseverance and optimism of human beings as well as of his own life. He was no doubt a man of optimist.