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A Valediction Of Weeping Analysis by John Donne

A Valediction Of Weeping Analysis by John Donne

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From the very first line, the poem proposes to do what its title “A Valediction of Weeping” evinces; Donne composed this piece as a valedictory note of absence from his wife owing ...

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Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind Analysis by William Shakespeare

Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind Analysis by William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare apostrophizes Nature and evokes the “winter wind”, “the bitter sky” and “the warping waters” to comment on the tragic brutality of human life itself, in this ...

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Air and Angel Summary and Analysis by John Donne

Air and Angel Summary and Analysis by John Donne

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In a poem which has nothing to do with either air or angels, Donne configures the familiar trope of love in ways quite distinct from the prevailing conception. The whole paradox ...

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No Man is an Island Meaning, Summary and Analysis by John Donne

No Man is an Island Meaning, Summary and Analysis by John Donne

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The phrase “No man is an island (unto himself)” has percolated into popular parlance, and the suggestive thought of man’s interconnectedness overruling the dictum of his ...

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Go and Catch a Falling Star Summary and Analysis by John Donne

Go and Catch a Falling Star Summary and Analysis by John Donne

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The elusive “falling star” that is sought after in John Donne’s “Go And Catch A Falling Star” signifies woman, especially women of the virtuous and fair kind. Traditionally, the ...

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A Hymn to God The Father Summary and Analysis by John Donne

A Hymn to God The Father Summary and Analysis by John Donne

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“A Hymn to God, The Father” is a religious hymn composed by the pioneering poet of the metaphysical school, John Donne. It is an eloquent exposition of the doubts and ...

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Death Be Not Proud Analysis and Summary by John Donne

Death Be Not Proud Analysis and Summary by John Donne

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“Death Be Not Proud” is one of the more critically acclaimed and discussed “Holy Sonnets” composed by the presiding poet of The Metaphysical School, John Donne. In vein with the ...

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A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever Summary and Analysis

A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever Summary and Analysis

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“Endymion”, in many ways signifies a romantic culmination of Keats’s firm belief in the immutability of beauty, and of its claim to a legitimacy vis-à-vis its permanence, and its ...

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