Category: CBSE Poems
Summary of That’s Success Stanza-wise by Berton Braley

Summary of That’s Success Stanza-wise by Berton Braley

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Summary of That's Success Stanza-wise 1st Stanza: It's doing your job the best you can, And being just to your fellow man; It's making money - but holding friends, And being ...

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Critical Analysis of Never Again Would Birds’ Song be the Same by Robert Frost

Critical Analysis of Never Again Would Birds’ Song be the Same by Robert Frost

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Critical Analysis of Never Again Would Birds’ Song be the Same “Never again would Birds’ Song be the same” has been read both as an "elegy" to Frost’s wife Elinor, who died in ...

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Summary of Never Again Would Birds’ Song be the Same by Robert Frost

Summary of Never Again Would Birds’ Song be the Same by Robert Frost

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About the Poet - Robert Lee Frost (March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963) was an American poet. His work was initially published in England before it was published in America. He is ...

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Critical Analysis of The Human Touch by Spencer Michael Free

Critical Analysis of The Human Touch by Spencer Michael Free

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Critical Analysis of The Human Touch Twentieth century criticism has taught us to value poems for their complexity. If we were to follow this kind of critical apparatus, ‘The ...

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Summary of The Human Touch by Spencer Michael Free

Summary of The Human Touch by Spencer Michael Free

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About the Poet - Spencer Michael Free had a long and fulfilling life. He was born in New Freedom, Pennsylvania on September 19th,1856. Free graduated from the College of ...

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Critical Analysis of The Tables Turned by William Wordsworth

Critical Analysis of The Tables Turned by William Wordsworth

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Critical Analysis of The Tables Turned William Wordsworth is an English romantic poet who has started successful literature career with the Lyrical Ballads. He is one of the best ...

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Summary of The Tables Turned by William Wordsworth

Summary of The Tables Turned by William Wordsworth

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About the Poet: - William Wordsworth is a British poet who is credited for being one of the best Romantic poets in English literature. He is one of the famous poets who has ...

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Critical Analysis of Red Red Rose by Robert Burns

Critical Analysis of Red Red Rose by Robert Burns

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Critical Analysis of Red Red Rose After a superficial reading, it may seem that ‘A Red, Red Rose’ is only a one-dimensional love poem. However, that is not the case. Upon closer ...

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Summary of A Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns

Summary of A Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns

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Annotation Stanza-wise Please note: N= noun, V=verb, Adj=Adjective, Adv=Adverb, P=Preposition, Pr=Pronoun 1st stanza: Luve (N): In the Scots dialect, people use the letter “u” ...

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A Red, Red Rose Meaning by Robert Burns

A Red, Red Rose Meaning by Robert Burns

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About the Poet - Robert Burns was a Scottish poet and lyricist. He is widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland and is celebrated worldwide. He is the best known of the ...

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Critical Analysis of Sunrise on the Hills by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Critical Analysis of Sunrise on the Hills by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Critical Analysis of Sunrise on the Hills Though ‘Sunrise on the Hills’ may appear to be a simple poem, that does not diminish our enjoyment of it. The poet’s natural description ...

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Line by Line Meaning of Sunrise on the Hills by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Line by Line Meaning of Sunrise on the Hills by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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About the Poet - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was one of the five Fireside poets, whose poems are very often included in anthologies. His best known work is The Song of Hiawatha. ...

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Summary of Sunrise on the Hills by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Summary of Sunrise on the Hills by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Summary of Sunrise on the Hills The poem consists of three stanzas of varying length. The first stanza is made up of eighteen lines. The second stanza is made up of twelve lines. ...

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Critical Analysis of The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes

Critical Analysis of The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes

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Critical Analysis of The Highwayman The world that Noyes creates through this poem is a world where laws do not seem to have much of a place. For one, the highwayman does not ...

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