The author is the most important individual in creating and directing the story and content of the book. The writer creates the whole purpose and can include any style that he or she would want. Books such as the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass and The Awakening represent these with both similarities and differences between each other. The two authors share some similarities in their work, although the differences are more present and are very effective in making a story in their genres. This differences are point of view, writing style and ending, while the goals and chapter are similar between both books.
William Blake’s “London” and Wilfred Owen’s “Dulce et Decorum Est” appear to have little in common. Although at first they may seem different, they have many hidden similarities. Blake and Owen both uniquely deliver the message being told in their pieces to the readers. Ultimately, both deliver their message by allowing one to expect the unexpected, appeal to their senses, and the way the poet wants one to feel while reading.
“Dream Deferred” by Langston Hughes and “Hope” is the thing with feathers by Emily Dickinson both have similarities and differences. These poems are very appealing because of the message behind them. The differences and similarities that will be comparing the poems by will be the message, the poetry elements, and the tone of the poems. We can all agree that Langston Hughes and Emily Dickinson didn’t live the same lifestyle but they must have some differences and similarities that will be shown in these poems.
Walt Whitman’s V.S. Baudelaire’s Walt Whitman’s, “Song of Myself” and Charles Baudelaire’s “A Carcass” have many similarities and differences. Both of the poems have qualities of death in the end which reflect their early lives. Walt Whitman and Charles Baudelaire had very different childhoods in the sense that Whitman had a close family when he was growing up through adolescents. While Baudelaire had a broken family when he was a boy.2 The authors integrate self and views of the self in their texts, in addition they also have specific words and phrases that they both use.
Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson use similar and different poetic devices. They were different and similar in their topics in the poems, “324” and “When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer”. They both talk about different and similar things and both come from the same era of writing which is the Romantic era. First when you read “324” by Emily Dickinson you can see that she has a rhyme scheme in the endings of each lines.
The poem that stood out the most while reading this assortment of Emily Dickinson poems, was her poem numbered 656/520. This poem used imagery in numerous ways throughout in order to show the audience the important themes and the overall meaning of this work of literature. The poem’s main theme was about a walk on the beach that the poet encountered in the early morning. Although the poem is about a beach it can also give the audience contextual clues into other aspects of life.
Walt Whitman and Emily Dickison shared some similarities they often dealt with the same kind of theme. Whitman and Dickison has had their own unique styles of how they would write. Death was the topic that both writer had a strong connection with. Religion was another common topic these two had in common. Beyond the themes they also were so well known for their unique voice and style Both poets also lived and wrote in the northeastern United States in the later half of the nineteenth century..
Emily Dickinson had multiple views on death. At first she was in love with the peaceful, gentle side of death, but that all changed when she lost her everything, her parents to death. The significance is that Romanticism is a diverse thing and it can be shaped a formed to the writers likings, but it will only have an effect if the reader interprets the poem in the same
Whitman saw Lincoln as a hero, as many Americans did, and still do. Lincoln’s death was a heavy blow, and Whitman was able to capture the grief he felt, and translate it into words, for people to understand. Whitman uses words like cold, dead, fallen, still, mournful, and grim to convey his intentions for writing the poem. Imagery is memorably and admirably used by both poets in their respective poems, capturing their experiences and transforming them into words for us to
Emily Dickinson was an American author and poet who wrote many poems that were published after her death. She lived a life hidden away from the world, she never married and never had any kids. She spent her free times writing poetry in a very advanced way for her time as her works are compared to modern day poems. She spent her life concealed away or hiding from the public when she did go to town which wasn’t often she wore things to cover her whole body including her face up. She didn’t talk to people often at all
Dickinson and Whitman have revolutionized poetry eternally. Emily Dickinson’s writing shows her introverted side, she found comfort in being reclusive. Her writing clearly depicts that certain works of her will not be meant for everyone, rather
His works are full of realistic qualities. Moreover, they are long with deep messages, as well as well-structured and detailed. Furthermore, his poems are democratic both subject and the language which shows how intellectual was his imaginary and visual style of writing. To both Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman, the individualism in society has a huge importance which, at the same time, inspired their style of writing. Also, they accept the importance of God in connection with nature and immortality.
The most profound poets of Walt Whitman’s day including Homer, Virgil, Dante, and Shakespeare were so well known because they wrote with rhyme and structure in every line they wrote. This is the way poetry was written until Walt Whitman published his first book of poetry called “Leaves of Grass” which, although had some harsh criticism when it was first published, completely changed poetry ever since. Walt Whitman abandoned the regular meter and rhyme patterns (Walt Whitman) and according to Robert Hudspeth created a whole new poetic form. (Walt Whitman Biography). Whitman profoundly created meaning in his poetry by using a technique not well known in poetry at his time known as free verse, innovative use of figurative language, and writing
In this grand poem, Whitman glorifies the unity of all people and life. He embraces the geographical diversity as well as the diversity of culture, work, as well as sexuality or beliefs. Whitman’s influence sets American dreams of freedom, independence, and self-fulfillment, and changes them for larger spiritual meaning. Whitman appreciates hard work as well as being simple and non-egotistical. His major ideas are things such as soul, good health, as well as the love of nature.