Category: Poets with initials K to O
Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Enterprise by Nissim Ezekiel

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Enterprise by Nissim Ezekiel

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Critical Analysis of Enterprise: Every single element that the pilgrims encountered on their journey in this poem is a symbol for something else. The sun symbolizations all the ...

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Summary of Enterprise by Nissim Ezekiel

Summary of Enterprise by Nissim Ezekiel

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About the poet: Nissim Ezekiel is known as the father of post-independence Indian-English verse. He is the one who started modernity in Indian-English poetry. His simple, ...

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Summary of A Small pain in my Chest by Michael Mack

Summary of A Small pain in my Chest by Michael Mack

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Stanza-wise Summary of A Small pain in my Chest: 1st stanza: The narrator sees a soldier sitting ‘calmly’ underneath a tree. The poet uses the word ‘soldier boy’ to highlight ...

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A Short Introduction to A Small pain in my Chest by Michael Mack

A Short Introduction to A Small pain in my Chest by Michael Mack

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About the Poet: Michael Mack is a renowned poet, playwright, and performer. His stint in the U.S. air force as an aircraft crew chief gave him a lot of fodder for his poetry. ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of The Gift by Li-Young Lee

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of The Gift by Li-Young Lee

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Critical Analysis of The Gift: A transcendent poem on motivation and kindness, ‘The Gift’ achieves that unique outlook of a spiritual holism. The poem takes a holistic approach ...

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Summary of The Gift by Li-Young Lee

Summary of The Gift by Li-Young Lee

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About the Poet: Li-Young Lee was born in Jakarta, Indonesia in 1957 to Chinese parents. His great-grandfather on his mother’s side was the famous Yuan Shikai, the first ...

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Critical Analysis of Mother to Son by Langston Hughes

Critical Analysis of Mother to Son by Langston Hughes

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Critical Analysis of Mother to Son: This poem is a symbol of the struggle which the Negro Race had to endure throughout their time in America. From being taken from their native ...

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Mother to Son by Langston Hughes as an Autobiographical Poem

Mother to Son by Langston Hughes as an Autobiographical Poem

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About the Poet: James Mercer Langston Hughes (1902- 1967) commonly known as Langston Hughes was an American poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist. He was ...

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Solved Short Question of A Tiger In The Zoo by Leslie Norris

Solved Short Question of A Tiger In The Zoo by Leslie Norris

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  Short Questions: Q1: ‘He stalks in his vivid stripes.’How does the tiger look in his cage? A:  The tiger has sharp, clear stripes on his body.He looks majestic as he ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of The Eve of Waterloo

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of The Eve of Waterloo

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Critical Analysis of The Eve of Waterloo: Among the Romantic poets of the 19th century, certain things are to be found in common. For example, their work often contained ethereal ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of On Friendship

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of On Friendship

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Critical Analysis of On Friendship: In order to understand this poem, it is important to understand the role that Almustafa plays in the source text The prophet. The Prophet is ...

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Summary of On Friendship by Kahlil Gibran

Summary of On Friendship by Kahlil Gibran

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About the poet: Kahlil Gibran was born on 6th January 1883, in Bsharri, Lebanon. Being very poor, his learning was limited to regular visits to a village priest who taught him ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Women

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Women

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Critical Analysis of Women: This poem employs a strategy that is fairly common in feminist writings – that of conformity to patriarchal expectations on the surface, and of ...

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Summary of Women by Louise Bogan

Summary of Women by Louise Bogan

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About the poet: Louise Bogan was an American poet. She was chosen as the fourth Poet Laureate to the Library of Congress in the year 1945. Being the poetry editor of The New ...

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