Assignment Submitted By Yours Name here Submitted To Yours Instructor Name here To Meet the Needs of the Course Oct., 2015. Ralph Waldo Emerson is ostensibly a standout amongst the most world-famous poets and essayists ever.
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.
Elie Wiesel Elie Wiesel is the author of widely read Nobel Peace Prize novel, Night. The novel is not only a widely read Nobel Peace Prize But also widely taught because of the extensive amount of subtext that helps create the meaning of this novel. There are several types of rhetoric that Elie uses to create this subtext, including tone, organization, and repetition. With these rhetorical devices, repetition is the most effective to create his meaning in two of his speeches called “Elie Wiesel's Acceptance Speech for the Nobel Peace Prize,” and “A God Who Remembers.” Elie Wiesel gives the audience a certain tone to manipulate the audience emotions.
Steinbeck was a unique and notable writer among many Americans novelist during 1930’s. His novels are rich in variety and touched each and every aspects of life. That is why he is called as realistic, socialistic, naturalistic, regionalist, pragmatic, and mythic writer. These adjectives define him as a great writer and his writings are mostly based on Man and his Life. He was called as a social critique by the use of sociological approach in his writings.
Theodor Seuss Geisel better known as Dr. Seuss was an American poet who wrote more than 60 books and was an academy award winner. Dr. Seuss’s most famous book was The Cat in the Hat, that was later turned into a movie. Dr. Seuss was also known for his tongue twisters and imaginative way of writing. He has some great quotes that we still use today. Despite being a silly tongue twisting poet, his quotes have deep meanings that we often don’t have to look deep into to know that they have emotional meaning behind them.
Nathaniel Hawthorne was a very well-known author in the mid-1800s. The manuscript that made him famous was the novel, “The Scarlet Letter.” Which was officially published in the year of 1850 along with two of his other very successful stories, “Young Goodman Brown.” And “The Minister’s Black Veil.” Hawthorne’s books became very popular in the year that it was published and has managed to remain extremely popular now, high school and college students are currently required to read his work today.
Nathaniel Hawthorne is one of the most studied and influential writers in history. His many works use symbolism and allegory to portray their purpose, filling them with deep meaning and offering a wide variety of interpretation. Hawthorne was not particularly proud of his family history; he disagreed with some of his ancestors positions in the salem witch trials. He distanced himself with that part of his family and added a “w” to his name to further do so. Hawthorne was born in Salem Massachusetts, which gave him a prevalent theme of puritanism in many of his stories.
Peyton Williamson Professor Tanya Boler English 223301 March 23, 2015 Analysis of the Modern Connections Present in “The Love Story of J. Alfred Prufrock” T.S. Elliot was one of the most well-read literary composers and seemed to be his own endless book of literary references. His mind could simply make literary connections in a work without his actual conscious consent. There were times when his own literary works were made up almost entirely of allusions to other works of literature.
Past and Present Intertwine Through Symbolism Tennessee Williams is a world famous playwright. He has won many prestigious awards. In 1947, Williams penned one of his most famous plays, A Streetcar Named Desire, winning him the Pulitzer Prize. William’s background greatly influenced his writing, and because of this, alcoholism and mental illness are issues strongly reflected in his works (Williams 1817). A Streetcar Named Desire is a story about a women with mental health issues, named Blanche Dubois.
Raymond Carver is said to be one the most influential American writers and poets in the 20th century, especially in his works of short stories. One of his most famous pieces is “Cathedral.” This well-known short story is the final piece in Carver’s collection Cathedral published in 1983. Carver includes much symbolism through the story’s plot, structure, point of view, tone, and character build. The depictions of each character’s experiences, the irony in the story, and hearing the narrator’s point of view in “Cathedral” work in harmony to support its themes that prejudice and ignorance as well as the nature of reality are present and change throughout the course of the story, and all lead to a strong character development by the close.
He became a talented and well-known poet of the Renaissance because his poems were usually straightforward and easy to understand. Sir Walter Raleigh was a very interesting man in my opinion. He was into many different subjects and had tons of experience as an adventurer, soldier, prisoner, courtier, scholar, and poet. He founded a colony, led an exhibition, fought in wars, was imprisoned, served as a courtier in the Royal Court, studied at Oxford, and created many unique poems. This is why I think Sir Walter Raleigh was a great and important poet that had lots of things to talk about.
Arthur Miller is a very popular author who wrote many books about communism. His beliefs are very interesting and most importantly, affected people’s way of thinking effectively throughout the years of his writings. Something that was most important about Arthur Miller were the key events he experienced in his life. “Arthur Miller is considered one of the greatest American playwrights of the 20th century. His best known plays include 'All My Sons, ' 'A View from the Bridge, ' 'The Crucible ' and the Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Death of a Salesman. '”
He is well known for sonnets as well, which were the 14 line poems he made popular and discovered. William earned himself a living in London for poetry and his playwrights which carried throughout Queen Elizabeth 's support. William died April 23 1616 in his hometown, Stratford-upon-avon. These achievements are very good, but did William really earn them? William would have had no chance for these achievements without the Queen.
From the “Night” by Elie Wiesel, his Jew character turns to God and asks: “What are You, my God? I thought angrily. How do You compare to this stricken mass gathered to affirm to You their faith, their anger, their defiance? What does Your grandeur mean, Master of the Universe, in the face of all this cowardice, this decay, and this misery?