Poets also use this technique of memory in poems making their poems more meaningful. Technically speaking, it is a fascinating way to write a poem and what will be discussed regarding this technique of 'memory' is the role of memory, good and bad effects of using this technique and the general idea behind using this technique. Specifically relating to a poem by William Wordsworth called "Composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey, on revisiting the banks of the Wye during a tour. July 13, 1798." Now speaking about role of memory, it has certain properties depending on the type of poem we are writing.
The Reconstruction of Images in Classical Chinese Poetry Translation _____Exemplified by The Selected Poems of Du Fu Translated by Burton Watson Chapter One Introduction This chapter is the introduction to this thesis, which mainly discusses the research background, research significance, research questions, and thesis framework. 1.1 Research Background The image, the combination of subjective feelings and objective objects, is regarded as the soul of the poem. It does pose great difficulty for translators. Many researchers have studied the subject and great importance is attached to the image transference in poetry translation from different perspectives, such as the domestication and foreignization and the relevance theory. For example, Yang
Exploring the origin of epistolary poems lucidly illumines the fact that poets effuse their thoughts through epistles effectively. Epistolary poems are penned for pedagogical purpose also. The poems of epistles can be objective registering distant views pertaining to social issues or subjective imparting personal feelings and emotions of the writer. Origin of epistolary poems could be traced back to Roman Literature between 43 B.C to 17or 18 A.D when the great Roman poet Ovid wrote Heroides (The Heroines) or EpistulaeHeroidum (letters of Heroines) comprising of
The above poem had been written in Spanish by Pablo Neruda and had been translated to Engilsh by Alfred Yankauer. Whenever we read a poem, we think of the theme of the poem that actually refers to the subject of the poem, the tone of the poem that refers to the atmosphere, mood and feelings that are conveyed through the poem, the poetic devices used in the poem that describes the fascinating effect of the poem, it also enhances the beauty and help convey the theme and tone recursively. Poets use of many poetic devices such as Simile (that is a comparison between two things with the use of “like” or “as”), Metaphor (it is a direct comparison between two things without the use of like or as), Imagery( that refers to the images created in the
Bakhtin emphasises the historical, cultural and social aspects of literary texts and that texts should be read through their context. His work is important, because he argues that events should be “composited, theorised and understood”, not just seen as events (Robinson 2011). Bakhtin’s Problems of Dostoevsky’s Poetics is seen as one of the most important theories on the novel written in the twentieth century. In Problems of Dostoevsky’s Poetics, Bakhtin concentrates on the artistic thinking he calls polyphonic. Polyphony refers to the use of multiple voices or multivoicedness.
Objectives: To understand the structure and style of the poem To comprehend the poem on phonological and semantic levels. Introduction: Stylistics is the branch of linguistics which deals with different styles, writings , books at different levels. It is said that style is everything .Style is not only related to the person apparel but also “dress of thoughts” that defines his character. Style is the replica of man’s mind .It tells about his mental aptitude and taste. Widowson (1975, p 3) defines stylistics as “The study of literary discourse from a linguistic orientation”.
The main purpose of this paper is to explore Kantian aesthetical notions inherent in the poetry of Coleridge. Coleridge’s reason, understanding, thoughts, sense, experience and imagination are guided by the Kantian principles of aesthetics. Kantian metaphors need to be explored, in order to
Abstract: This paper aims at the stylistic analysis of Robert Frost’s poem Acquainted with the Night. It will analyze the poem from four levels of stylistic analysis, i.e. graphology, phonology, grammatical level and lexical level. The theme of the poem and its form has also been discussed in detail. Keywords: stylistics, syntax, acquaint, graphology, phonology, style Stylistics is a branch of applied linguistics in which the study of styles and devices in a language takes place which are considered to produce an expressive literary style.
ENGLISH PROSE ANALYSIS The Analysis of Intrinsic Approach in Short Story “The Princess and The Puma” By: Ni Wayan Ratna Dewi 120 130 5079 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FACULTY OF LETTERS AND CULTURE UDAYANA UNIVERSITY INTRODUCTION In this research I used the short story with the title is “The Princess and The Puma” that written by O. Henry. There were two main characters in this short story; the first one was Josefa O’Donnel and the second character was Ripley Givens. In this research I want to analyze the intrinsic approach of the short story “The Princess and The Puma”. The intrinsic approach includes plot, setting, character, characterization, point of view, and theme. I choose this short story because “The Princess and The Puma” is one
An Automatic poetry classification takes a poem as an input and identifies its category as its output. An Automatic Poetry Classification is a Text classification problem Punjabi language is one of