Category: Poets with initials A to E
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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Summary of The Wreck of the Titanic by Benjamin Peck Keith

Summary of The Wreck of the Titanic by Benjamin Peck Keith

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About the poet: Benjamin Peck Keith was an American poet. Not much is known about him. It is estimated that he was born in the year 1857. His father was named Edwin S. Keith, and ...

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