Category: Poets with initials P to T
The Rhodora Summary and Analysis by R.W. Emerson

The Rhodora Summary and Analysis by R.W. Emerson

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About the poet: The American essayist, lecturer and famous as a poet and was a pioneer of the mid-19th century transcendentalist movement, Ralph Waldo Emerson, was born on 25 May, ...

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Ah, Are you Digging my Grave Summary and Analysis by Thomas Hardy

Ah, Are you Digging my Grave Summary and Analysis by Thomas Hardy

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  About Thomas Hardy: Born in 1840 in the region of Dorsetshire, Thomas Hardy went on to become a novelist and poet. His most notable works include ‘Tess of the ...

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The Giving Tree Summary and Analysis by Shel Silverstein

The Giving Tree Summary and Analysis by Shel Silverstein

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About Shel Silverstein: Born in 1930, in the City of Chicago, U.S., Sheldon Allan Silverstein went on to become a man of many talents. He was in his lifetime a poet, a singer and ...

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Plastic Summary and Analysis by Shel Silverstein

Plastic Summary and Analysis by Shel Silverstein

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About Shel Silverstein: Born in 1930, in the City of Chicago, U.S., Sheldon Allan Silverstein went on to become a man of many talents. He was in his lifetime a poet, a singer and ...

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To a Mouse Summary and Analysis by Robert Burns

To a Mouse Summary and Analysis by Robert Burns

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  This is a Scots poem written by Robert Burns in 1785 as said in the beginning of the poem. It is said that Burns accidentally destroyed a mouse’s house while ploughing a ...

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Summary and Analysis of Home, Thoughts from Abroad by Robert Browning

Summary and Analysis of Home, Thoughts from Abroad by Robert Browning

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  Robert Browning was born in the year 1812 in Walworth in England. Browning wrote his first piece of poetry at the age of 12. His first major publication was in the year ...

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Summary and Analysis of Tonight I Can Write the Saddest Lines

Summary and Analysis of Tonight I Can Write the Saddest Lines

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About Pablo Neruda: Pablo Neruda is the pen name of Ricardo Eliécer Neftalí Reyes Basoalto, a Chilean diplomat and poet. He was born in the year 1904 in Parral, Chile. He first ...

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Meeting At Night Summary and Analysis

Meeting At Night Summary and Analysis

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Robert Browning- Born in Camberwell, London on the 7th May of the year 1812, Robert Browning is known as one of the major English poets of the Victorian era. Browning was a ...

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The Wanderers Summary and Analysis by Robert Browning

The Wanderers Summary and Analysis by Robert Browning

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Robert Browning- Robert Browning was a famous Victorian poet. His application of dramatic monologue gave him a distinctive recognition among his contemporaries. He was born in ...

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Daddy Poem Summary by Sylvia Plath

Daddy Poem Summary by Sylvia Plath

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In Daddy Plath draws the reader’s gaze to the connection with the story of Electra: is spoken by a girl with an Electra Complex. Her father died while she thought he was God. Her ...

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Hymn to the Intellectual Beauty Summary and Analysis by P B Shelley

Hymn to the Intellectual Beauty Summary and Analysis by P B Shelley

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Percy Bysshe Shelley- Born in Field Place, near Horsham, Sussex in 1792, Percy Bysshe Shelley belongs to that class of Romantic poets who is regarded not merely as a poet but also ...

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Black Cat Summary and Analysis by Rainer Maria Rilke

Black Cat Summary and Analysis by Rainer Maria Rilke

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Rainer Maria Rilke- A Bohemian-Austrian poet and novelist, born in 1875, who had survived the phase of an unhappy childhood to be widely recognised as ‘one of the most lyrically ...

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Nick and the Candlestick Analysis by Sylvia Plath

Nick and the Candlestick Analysis by Sylvia Plath

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The poem Nick and the Candlestick written by Sylvia Plath is one of her last poems. It was published posthumously by her husband, Ted Hughes in the collection called Birthday ...

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Winter Landscape with Rooks Analysis by Sylvia Plath

Winter Landscape with Rooks Analysis by Sylvia Plath

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The poem Winter Landscape with Rooks is one of the typical Plath poems. In this article we have attempted Winter Landscape with Rooks analysis by Sylvia Plath. The poem with it ...

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