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Summary and Analysis of Sonnet 15 by William Shakespeare

Summary and Analysis of Sonnet 15 by William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare- Often called England’s National Poet, William Shakespeare is widely regarded as the greatest dramatist in the English language. Also known as the Bard of ...

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Sonnet 12 Summary and Critical Analysis by William Shakespeare

Sonnet 12 Summary and Critical Analysis by William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare- Often called England’s National Poet, William Shakespeare is widely regarded as the greatest dramatist in the English language. Also known as the Bard of ...

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Sonnet 2 Summary and Critical Analysis by William Shakespeare

Sonnet 2 Summary and Critical Analysis by William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare- Often called England’s National Poet, William Shakespeare is widely regarded as the greatest dramatist in the English language. Also known as the Bard of ...

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Sonnet 1 Summary and Analysis by William Shakespeare

Sonnet 1 Summary and Analysis by William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare- Often called England’s National Poet, William Shakespeare is widely regarded as the greatest dramatist in the English language. Also known as the Bard of ...

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Analysis- ‘The Last Night that She Lived’ Summary by Emily Dickinson

Analysis- ‘The Last Night that She Lived’ Summary by Emily Dickinson

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‘The Last Night that She Lived’ is a poem by Emily Dickinson in which she reflects upon the last moments of a person from the perspective of the observer. The poem is set on the ...

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Summary and Analysis of ‘It was not Death, for I Stood Up’

Summary and Analysis of ‘It was not Death, for I Stood Up’

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‘It was not Death, for I stood up’ is a poem by Emily Dickinson where she talks about hopelessness and depression. She gives the reader a glimpse into the state of her mind with ...

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She Rose to his Requirement Summary and Analysis by Emily Dickinson

She Rose to his Requirement Summary and Analysis by Emily Dickinson

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She rose to His Requirement by Emily Dickinson is a poem with powerful elements of feminism and reflects the poet’s views on a patriarchal society. Note that this poem was written ...

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Summary and Analysis of Death is the Supple Suitor by Emily Dickinson

Summary and Analysis of Death is the Supple Suitor by Emily Dickinson

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‘Death is the supple Suitor’ by Emily Dickinson is a poem on the inevitability of death.  The poet imagines death first as a suitor and then as a groom, who woos every living ...

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My Life Closed Twice Before Its Close Summary and Analysis

My Life Closed Twice Before Its Close Summary and Analysis

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Emily Dickinson was born on December 10, 1830, in Amherst, Massachusetts. She attended Mount Holyoke Female Seminary in South Hadley, but only for one year. Throughout her life, ...

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On a Columnar Self Summary and Analysis by Emily Dickinson

On a Columnar Self Summary and Analysis by Emily Dickinson

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‘On a Columnar Self’ is a short poem by Emily Dickinson. The poem consist of three stanzas of four lines each. The poem does not follow a specific rhyme scheme. In this poem, ...

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The Soul Selects Her Own Society Summary and Analysis

The Soul Selects Her Own Society Summary and Analysis

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The Soul Selects Her Own Society is a poem written by Emily Dickinson. It is a poem about choosing one’s companions. It also sheds light on an introverted personality, content ...

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A Hand Mirror Summary and Analysis

A Hand Mirror Summary and Analysis

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The Hand Mirror is a perceptive poem by Walt Whitman. In this poem, the narrator discusses about a reflection (possibly his own) in a hand held mirror. Alternately, he could be ...

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Analysis and Summary of Once I Pass’d Through a Populous City

Analysis and Summary of Once I Pass’d Through a Populous City

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This is a short poem of seven lines written by Walt Whitman. Despite its brevity, it makes an interesting point. However, once we move beyond the poem’s surface and examine its ...

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The Moon and the Yew Tree Summary and Analysis by Sylvia Plath

The Moon and the Yew Tree Summary and Analysis by Sylvia Plath

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The Moon and the Yew tree is a complex poem by Sylvia Plath. In this poem, Plath (there is some disagreement on whether the work is autobiographical, although many seem to ...

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