Category: Poem Analysis (by Poet)
Summary of “Nature, the gentlest mother” by Emily Dickinson

Summary of “Nature, the gentlest mother” by Emily Dickinson

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Summary of Nature, the gentlest mother Nature, the gentlest mother is a poem written by Emily Dickinson. Unlike her other nature-centric poems, we see that she has given a ...

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Summary of Birches by Robert Frost

Summary of Birches by Robert Frost

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About the poet: Robert Frost, the most popular poet of America, was born in San Francisco, California, to Mr. William Prescott Frost, Jr., and Isabelle Moodie. His mother was a ...

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

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

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About Emily Dickinson: Emily Dickinson was born in 1830, in the town of Amherst, Massachusetts. Though her family was well connected and though her father took active ...

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My Heart’s in The Highlands Analysis by Robert Burns

My Heart’s in The Highlands Analysis by Robert Burns

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About the Poet: Robert Burns was a Scottish poet and lyricist. He is generally thought to be the national poet of Scotland because he is the most widely read among all poets who ...

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Summary and Analysis of Written in March by William Wordsworth

Summary and Analysis of Written in March by William Wordsworth

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About the Poet: William Wordsworth (7 April 1770 – 23 April 1850) was a major English Romantic poet who, with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, helped to launch the Romantic Age in English ...

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Poetic or Literary Devices in Israfel- Rhyme Scheme Included

Poetic or Literary Devices in Israfel- Rhyme Scheme Included

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The poem Israfel is rather inspired and there are several sources throughout literary history on which Poe could have depended for inspiration. However, the rendition of the myth ...

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Israfel Theme, Tone, and Central Idea by Edgar Allan Poe

Israfel Theme, Tone, and Central Idea by Edgar Allan Poe

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INTRODUCTION TO THE POEM: The poem Israfel, was penned in an army encampment after Poe left college and was first published in the year 1831 in a collection titled Edgar. A. Poe. ...

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Israfel Analysis by Edgar Allan Poe

Israfel Analysis by Edgar Allan Poe

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INTRODUCTION TO THE POEM:The poem Israfel, was penned in an army encampment after Poe left college and was first published in the year 1831 in a collection titled Edgar. A. Poe. ...

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Israfel Summary and Explanation by Edgar Allan Poe

Israfel Summary and Explanation by Edgar Allan Poe

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ABOUT THE POET: The acclaimed American writer Edgar Allan Poe made a remarkable impact in the Victorian era of English history. His immense contributions to the genres of science ...

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Elegiac Stanzas Analysis and Summary by William Wordsworth

Elegiac Stanzas Analysis and Summary by William Wordsworth

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About William Wordsworth: William Wordsworth was born in the year 1770 in Cockermouth in England. He experienced tragedy early in his life in the form of death of his mother and ...

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Summary and Analysis of A Patch of Old Snow by Robert Frost

Summary and Analysis of A Patch of Old Snow by Robert Frost

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Robert Frost was born on 26th March 1874, in San Francisco After the death of his father from tuberculosis when Frost was eleven years old, he moved with his mother and sister to ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Sweet are the Uses of Adversity

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Sweet are the Uses of Adversity

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Critical Analysis of Sweet are the Uses of Adversity: It is absolutely essential to understand the character of the speaker of this poem in order to understand the poem itself. ...

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Summary of Sweet are the Uses of Adversity by Shakespeare

Summary of Sweet are the Uses of Adversity by Shakespeare

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About the poet: William Shakespeare is best known as the greatest dramatist of all time. However, he is also considered the first national poet of England, who brought his ...

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Meaning of The Solitary Reaper by William Wordsworth

Meaning of The Solitary Reaper by William Wordsworth

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Stanza-wise Annotations of The Solitary Reaper: Stanza 1: ‘Behold’- to see ‘Yon’- a dialectical adjective. It refers to something that is distant yet within sight. ...

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