Category: Poem Analysis (by Poet)
Dover Beach Summary by Matthew Arnold

Dover Beach Summary by Matthew Arnold

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Here we are looking at a detailed stanza-wise summary of Matthew Arnold's Dover Beach. Matthew Arnold, being one of the most eminent Victorian poets, minutely captures the ...

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Summary of Song of the Rain (CBSE Class 9) by Khalil Gibran

Summary of Song of the Rain (CBSE Class 9) by Khalil Gibran

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Khalil Gibran born on January 6, 1883 was a Lebanese poet, artist, and writer. As a young man, he immigrated to the United States where he studied art and began his literary ...

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The Dying Christian to His Soul Analysis by Alexander Pope

The Dying Christian to His Soul Analysis by Alexander Pope

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The poem, “The Dying Christian to His Soul”, by Alexander Pope focuses on the speaker in his time of death. Across many cultures and generations, people have been preoccupied with ...

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Snow Analysis by David Berman

Snow Analysis by David Berman

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In this article, we are going through a detailed analysis of the poem 'Snow' by David Berman. David Berman opens his poem with two brothers who are outside in winter. The two ...

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Dover Beach Analysis by Matthew Arnold

Dover Beach Analysis by Matthew Arnold

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Born on 1822 at Laleham on the Thames, Matthew Arnold lived to become one of the most eminent poets in the Victorian era. His interpretation of human misery, his criticism of life ...

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Dover Beach Summary by Matthew Arnold

Dover Beach Summary by Matthew Arnold

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Here we are looking at a detailed stanza-wise summary of Matthew Arnold's Dover Beach. Matthew Arnold, being one of the most eminent Victorian poets, minutely captures the ...

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The Darkling Thrush Analysis by Thomas Hardy

The Darkling Thrush Analysis by Thomas Hardy

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Thomas Hardy was a man born into a simple rural family with valuable skills in writing. His fame and populace placed him inside the most prestigious literary circles of the urban ...

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The Darkling Thrush Poetic Devices and Literary Devices

The Darkling Thrush Poetic Devices and Literary Devices

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Primarily speaking of his philosophical outlook, Thomas Hardy was a man of intensity and his poems are a reflection of that vehement personality. He is perhaps better known as a ...

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The Darkling Thrush Theme and Tone by Thomas Hardy

The Darkling Thrush Theme and Tone by Thomas Hardy

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Primarily speaking of his philosophical outlook, Thomas Hardy was a man of intensity and his poems are a reflection of that vehement personality. He is perhaps better known as a ...

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The Darkling Thrush Summary and Explanation by Thomas Hardy

The Darkling Thrush Summary and Explanation by Thomas Hardy

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About the poet: Thomas Hardy, the novelist, and poet was born at Upper Bokhampton in Dorset in the year 1840. This birthplace has been later referred to as Wessex in his novels. ...

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Analysis of I Dreaded That First Robin, So by Emily Dickinson

Analysis of I Dreaded That First Robin, So by Emily Dickinson

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About the Poet: Emily Dickinson was born on 10 December, 1830 in Amherst, Massachusetts. She seldom spent her time outside home and her closest associates were her sister Lavinia, ...

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Summary of The Heart of the Tree by Henry Cuyler Bunner

Summary of The Heart of the Tree by Henry Cuyler Bunner

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About the poet: Henry Cuyler Bunner was born in Oswego, New York to Rudolph Bunner, Jr. (1813–1875) and Ruth Keating Tuckerman (1821–1896) and was educated in New York City. He ...

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Summary of “These are the days when the birds come back”

Summary of “These are the days when the birds come back”

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Summary of "These are the days when the birds come back" About the poem: These are the days when the birds come back is a poem that’s essential to Emily Dickinson’s collection of ...

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Summary of “The sky is low, the clouds are mean”

Summary of “The sky is low, the clouds are mean”

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Summary of "The sky is low, the clouds are mean" This poem has set a mood where Emily Dickinson picturizes human elements in nature. Nature has been used in an unconventional way ...

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