Category: Poets with initials A to E
Solved Question of Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers by Adrienne Rich

Solved Question of Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers by Adrienne Rich

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Solved Questions of Aunt Jennifer's Tigers: 1. What is the poet’s concept of marriage? According to the poet, Marriage is unequal due to male domination and inequality. The ...

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Summary and Meaning of Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers by Adrienne Rich

Summary and Meaning of Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers by Adrienne Rich

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About the Poet: One of America’s leading public philosophers, Adrienne Rich, was a poet, essayist, and feminist. She was called one of the most extensively read and powerful ...

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Summary and Analysis of Wining and Dining by Amanda Lukas

Summary and Analysis of Wining and Dining by Amanda Lukas

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About the Poet: Amanda Lukas is an American poet who writes beautiful poems on the relationship, romance, heartbreaks etc. Her poems are the source of expressing her emotions to ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Women’s Rights

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Women’s Rights

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Critical Analysis of Women’s Rights: In ‘Women’s Rights’, Annie Louisa Walker talks more about women’s duties than about women’s rights, as we conceive of democratic rights in ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of To My Grown Up Son

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of To My Grown Up Son

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Critical Analysis of To My Grown Up Son: “To My Grown-Up Child” by Alice E. Chase is an intense poem, which touches and arrests the heart and emotion of everyone who reads it. It ...

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

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

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“That’s Success”, a poem by Berton Braley, is an immensely inspiring poem, that sums up what real success is in a nutshell so profoundly, that one cannot help but re-read it many ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Asleep in the Valley

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Asleep in the Valley

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Critical Analysis of Asleep in the Valley: The poem begins almost lazily, with attention to details like the slow pace of the stream, the reflection it makes on the grass, and ...

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Summary of Asleep in the Valley by Rimbaud

Summary of Asleep in the Valley by Rimbaud

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About the Poet: Jean Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud (20th October 1854- 10th November 1891) was a French poet who started writing poetry very early in his life and stopped almost ...

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Solved Short Questions of The Trees by Adrienne Rich

Solved Short Questions of The Trees by Adrienne Rich

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Q1: Find, in the first stanza, three things that cannot happen in a treeless forest. A: The three things that cannot happen in a treeless forest are the setting of a bird on ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Sympathy

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Sympathy

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Critical Analysis of Sympathy: In this poem, Charles Mackay describes one incident, and two contrasting outcomes to that incident. Through this contrast, he shows how charity can ...

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Summary of Sympathy by Charles Mackay

Summary of Sympathy by Charles Mackay

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About the poet: Charles Mackay was a Scottish poet, journalist, and song writer. He was born in Perth, Scotland on 27th March 1814. He spent much of his early life in France. ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Five Ways to Kill a Man

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Five Ways to Kill a Man

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Critical Analysis of Five Ways to Kill a Man: “Five Ways to Kill a Man” is a highly ironic poem. Of course, no murderer would ever confess his intentions openly, and no common ...

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Summary of Five Ways to Kill a Man by Edwin Brock

Summary of Five Ways to Kill a Man by Edwin Brock

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About the poet: Edwin Brock is a British poet. He was born in London on 19th October 1927. He worked as a police constable and an advertising copywriter until 1972, when he ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of The Wreck of the Titanic

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of The Wreck of the Titanic

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Critical Analysis of The Wreck of the Titanic: “The Wreck of the Titanic” is a narrative poem. In this poem, the poet tells us a story that he believes is worth telling – that of ...

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