He loved to lose himself in the fictional world of books because he did not have many friends as a child, due to his social isolation. Lovecraft published his first story in 1923 in a magazine called Weird Tales, it was his first taste of real literary success. American poet, novelist, and essayist H.P. Lovecraft composed numerous works throughout his life using his experiences to write about social isolation, the afterlife, and the fear of the unknown. Howard Phillips Lovecraft’s life was marked by tragedy from a young age.
Dylan Thomas is a Welch poet who deals with themes such as life, death and time. He is most known for his poem “Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night”, which is a villanelle directed at his dying father, asking him not to die peacefully, but to leave his impression on the world and to go out with a bang. Additionally, another poem by Thomas which deals with the concept of death, and the force of time is “The Force That through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower”. When comparing and analyzing these two poems by this poet, the reader can observe his particular use of metaphors, repetition and imagery to convey his inner feelings towards death and its cyclical nature. Throughout both poems, the writer makes use of these poetic devices in similar and contrasting ways to relay to the reader his inner battle with the concept of death.
“To Autumn” is a poem filled with praises for the autumn season for its loads of abundance and blessings. It's true, Autumn does have its music and charm! In the evenings, mournful gnats are heard in the willows of the river banks. The lamb's bleat and the red breast whistle, hedge-crickets sing is a sign of approaching winter. (Keats & Motion, 15).
As a photographer, Vivian Maier 's street photography is interesting because it captures everyday life on the street, but her work always seems to have a purpose. All of her photos have interesting subjects and focuses, which allows a lot of diversity in her photography. Her street photography and self-portraits are very similar, in my opinion. They are similar because they capture many emotions in an array of settings. Since many of the pictures are candid, they show true, raw emotions that do not over-glorify the reality of the situations caught on film.
Furthermore, there are a large number of poems in which O'grady describes places and people –mainly local inhabitants- such as Neighbour, Fellahin in Town, My day for Pastroudis, The Arab Quarter, The Beach at Montazah and In an Alexandrian Garden. It is evident from the titles of these poems that they serve as mere descriptions based on real O'grady's real encounters. Not only does O'grady write those poems which serve as descriptive accounts of Alexandria during this time span, he also provides the reader with a background story to almost every poem he wrote, which asserts his objectiveness and honesty with regards to his view of Alexandria. It is conspicuous that O'grady concentrates on the physical city which Cavafy does not tackle in his
Musallam Tariq ALBusaidi Ms.Lauren English 10M The poem is about meeting somthing or someone in a sea at night in a beach that no one is there and saw a form that has a home he went to the window and knoked he and then he saw a lightning the his lover heart as they reatite. Thats mean the story and poem is about love and how to move to the love of your life and where does he desire . The speaker is robert browning he was born in 7 may 1812 in england , london and died at 12 december 1889 at age 77 in italy , venice Robert was his job is dramatic monologue and made victorium poets and characterzaion and social commantry , and he challaging vocaballry and syntax . he married a poet thta older then him in 1846 her name is elizebeth barret.
It consists of eighteen six-line stanzas with a decidedly emphatic meter and rhymes The story of “The Raven” is all about the man who is mourning because of the death of his love. He encounters the raven and answers all of his questions by saying “Nevermore”. Nevermore is an example of repletion. It is a literary device wherein it repeats the same words or even phrases many times to emphasize the idea. A literary device plays a significant role in the literature and poetry.
The persona, pathos, style, and complexity in W. H. Auden’s “As I Walked Out One Evening” all portray the overarching themes of Time, Love, and Death all while incorporating major aspects of his life at the time. Narration in Auden’s “As I Walked Out One Evening” passes
Virtues George Herbert was a world-renowned poet who was most known for his metaphysical poems that uses rhythm and meters to bring stories to life. One of his more famous poems that will be analyzed was named “Virtue” (Johnson, Arp, & Perrine, 2017). In this poem Herbert details a person 's emotional path while embracing the concepts of life and death. Additionally, he is able to capture the reader 's imagination by creating psychological images of a human being 's emotional state as they observe the death of a loved on and mourns from it. George Herbert emphasizes life and death by highlighting the highs and lows of entire lifetime.
"The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock", also known as "Prufrock", is a very sound and reflective poem written by T.S Eliot. The writer started working on the poem during February 1910 and the poem got published by some very prominent publishers of the era in June 1915 in Chicago (Masters, 2007). The poem basically caters for a dramatic situation; it takes some of its forms from old English literature. It also represents dramatic interior monologue. The poem basically takes an individual down a memory lane, goes through different events of an individual’s past life and through these events tries to make a significant point in relation to the society and its norms at that time.