The situation and circumstances of the time through reading the poetry of classic Pashto poets can be understand as almost all of them have hinted at important issue and happenings in their writings. So is the case with modern Pashto poetry as well. (Mehsud, 2014). Furthermore, the identity crisis of Pashtuns can clearly be found in literature. This also includes agony, pain, anger and revenge in new poetry with of beauty, praise, romance and love in post 9/11
The connection between the speaker and the reader is Whitman tries to revolutionise “For every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you... Stop this day and night with me and you shall possess the origin of all poems.” Whenever one thinks of authors who have written on humankind, nature, God, and the cosmos in numerous works of poetry and prose, one often comes across one of the most fecund writer, Aurobindo. With a cardinal theme of
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.
Another key aspect of Frost 's life was how he kept literary traditionalism in his poetry. He stuck with the old and made something new with it which caused a great deal of criticism. That criticism is what lead Robert Frost to overcome
John Stuart Mill (1806-1873) was a British theorist and political thinker. He has worked extensively in the field of logic and philosophy, economics, religion, metaphysics, and epistemology. His famous works include A System of Logic, Principles of Political Economy, On Liberty, Utilitarianism, The Subjection of Women, Three Essays on Religion, and his Autobiography. In his essay, “What Is Poetry?”, Mill makes an attempt to clear up the conception which mankind already attach to poetry, and put forth a theory which has been a guide in the usage of the term ‘poetry’. Mill begins by saying that their have been various opinions and answers to a single question of what poetry is; stating clearly that poetry is not just about metrical composition.
Then received his M.F.A at the University of Pittsburgh. He has won several awards for his work such as his most recent, light head, which won the National Book Award in Poetry in 2010. Now he is a professor at his Alma Mater University of Pittsburgh teaching creative writing. Hayes tries to get the audience to look at thing in a different angle then most poets and can let them relate easier. Hayes talks about the problems of racism in Talk through a poplar experience that doesn’t have to do with slavery or segregation.
It may take any form from heroic couplets to blank verse. While exploring the origin of epistolary form in poetry, the scholars could peg varied themes being dealt in the poems, from Philosophical concepts to daily mundane activities. Letters is a powerful medium that brings people together. Philosophers, sociologists, literary writers widely use the form of epistles to drive home their views and ideas effectively. Exploring the origin of epistolary poems lucidly illumines the fact that poets effuse their thoughts through epistles effectively.
Robert Pinsky Born in Long Branch, New Jersey October 20th, 1940, Robert Pinsky would become a renowned poet. His poetry career would take off post graduation from Rutgers University with a BA and later on receiving an MA and PhD in Philosophy from Stanford. Pinsky’s poetry would follow the symbolic movement, his most famous collection The Sounds of Poetry a perfect example. Pinsky is also known for his translations, most famously The Inferno of Dante. Elected Poet Laureate in 1997, he would serve two terms until 2000.
How does Auden explore time in his poems? W. H. Auden introduces time in his poems in numerous forms, from a historical point of view, a lover’s point or view or even from a critical point of view. However in this essay I will study how, in his work, Auden explores time with the idea of movement. Time is a main factor in the development of his poems, it can go fast, slow or be suspended and he really inquires into those states. First of all, in his poems Auden describes both still and scenes in motion.
It needs elements of poetry to analyze the meaning of the poetry. By reading poetry, the reader can feel what the author feels or the reader has the own feeling about the poetry itself. The author conveys their feeling through the words and the diction which is arranged in poetry. Because poetry is part of literature which is the oldest genre in literature history. Poetry usually uses words which don’t explain the meaning directly.