“Sonnet 89” offers a mature and raw point of view that is not found in “Sonnet 75,” and this helps get across the worldview of immortal love. Furthermore, though the symbols in “Sonnet 75” were well appreciated because they made the poem more complex and interesting, Neruda used every quatrain and tercet to bring to life this endless love he feels for his lover. He adds a form to realism in the way he writes his sonnet, and this in turn, makes the poem much more relatable than “Sonnet
McCandless loves the wild and wanted to express it in a way that it would stick. He never talks bad about nature, he looks at the most important aspects. He cares more about the feeling than the actual picture. Alaska gave him an sensational outlook on the whole world. Chris studies his surroundings and makes plans to navigate through the towns and cities.
Basho also wrote about different types of transitions of life such as the ever-changing and fleeting aspects of human life, such as life and death. He reminded readers that life has the most beautiful, simple things to offer and every moment is valuable. Basho went on the perilous journey in order not just in search of his inner meaning
With him my smile met my ears and I never felt lonely accept for those times where I wasn’t able to spend time with others. Yet I never really dreaded his presence. He always supported me, lent me a shoulder to cry on and did countless other adorable deeds that I never acknowledged. I felt like the most terrible person alive and would be extremely happy if the ground swallowed me up right then. I didn’t want to be tied down by him but a part of me wanted to believe that he would change himself to please me.
Thus since childhood, nature permeated his consciousness and he learned to appreciate the grandeur of nature in all its glory. His fluid style of writing only further enhances his affinity for all things concerned with nature. The literature of Wordsworth’s era is at times rife with element of despair and cynicism, something that he chose to transform through his approach to poetry. William Wordsworth himself gave an immortal definition of poetry: “The spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquility” (Preface to the lyrical ballad, Wordsworth,) Coleridge praising Wordsworth’s poetry stated: ‘It is the union of deep feeling with profound thought, the fine balance of truth of observation, with the imaginative faculty in modifying the objects observed; above all the original gift of spreading the tone, the atmosphere, and with it the depth and height of the ideal world around forms, incidents and situations, of which for the common view, customs had bedimmed
Narayan writes with ease and his fiction highlights the dilemma of average men and women. His novels are charged with gentle irony and humour. As P.D. Mehta remarks: ‘In his novels he has handled his characters with humour and tolerant irony, smiling all the while at their follies, the conflict between what they want to appear and what they are actually.’ (1968:115,116). Narayan carried the Indo-English novel towards an achievement that goes beyond mere aspiration.
A distinguished doyen of Indo Anglican literature, Mulk Raj Anand is eminent for his realistic, socialistic and sympathetic presentation of the perennial problems of the poor and the pariah through his literary works. Mulk Raj Anand, a pioneer of Indian writing in English, has received worldwide recognition and acclamation for his note of socialism and humanism. He started writing at the moment when India was in the grip of colonial rule; the country was experiencing the evil of imperialism. As a prolific writer of social consciousness and political awareness, he could not help faithfully mirroring the society; poverty, illiteracy, superstition, religious hypocrisy, political upheaval, the caste system and untouchability became the staple of Anand’s
He tried to maintain the relationship between human and nature. Tagore had an ardent love for nature that is why he put his entire concern to write about environment. In fact The Gitanjali is a great text which effectively describes the Tagore's treatment of nature and concern for ecology. As in the rest of his poetry water imagery predominates. The stream and the rivers, the sea and the ocean; the clouds and the lightning, the rain and the flood, the boat and the vessel, the traveller and the voyage, pools, rivulets and showers have a pleasing assemblage there.
Sentence by sentence, Amit Chaudhuri is a precise and sensual writer with a great gift for storytelling … at once radiant and revealing the reality in day to day life of Bengali. The present paper is the modest attempt to elucidate and analyze the tropes of Bengali’s life in Amit Chaudhuri’s novel ’The Immortals’. The Immortals is a more compendious novel than its predecessors - more peopled, more plotted - though it retains Chaudhuri 's tender precision for the detail of bourgeois Bengali lives. It is preoccupied with music, and the question of how art should fit into the world. The adolescent Nirmalya - scruffy, serious, on the edge of pretentiousness - lives with his businessman father and housewife mother in a company flat in Bombay 's upmarket Cuffe Parade.
Bharathidasan is one of the greatest poets of modern period in our country. He gave us a rich collection of long and short poems and some plays. In some of his longer poems, he tries to evoke the vision of an ideal casteless and classless society. In his poems, he glorifies the toil of the masses, the beauties of the Tamil language and the splendor of the South Indian nature. He is the poetic descendant of Bharathiyar.