Category: Poets with initials P to T
Central Idea and Theme of Ozymandias by Shelley

Central Idea and Theme of Ozymandias by Shelley

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About the poet: Percy Bysshe Shelly was born in 1792 to a Tory Squire who went up to Oxford only to be expelled in 1811 for bringing out the pamphlet on The Necessity of Islam. ...

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Critical Analysis of Ozymandias by Shelley

Critical Analysis of Ozymandias by Shelley

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Introduction to Ozymandias: The great sonnet was published on 11th January 1818 on page 24 of number 524 of Leigh Hunt's ‘The Examiner’. It had apparently been written barely two ...

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Answered Questions from Dust of Snow by Robert Frost

Answered Questions from Dust of Snow by Robert Frost

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  Questions and Answers: 1. What is a “dust of snow”? What does the poet say has changed his mood? How has the poet’s mood changed? Answer: A ‘dust of snow’ means the ...

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Summary, Analysis and The Autobiographical Element of Ae Fond Kiss

Summary, Analysis and The Autobiographical Element of Ae Fond Kiss

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Introduction to 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 ...

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Central Idea and Theme of The Patriot- An Old Story by Browning

Central Idea and Theme of The Patriot- An Old Story by Browning

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Central Idea of The Patriot- An Old Story: The central idea of the poem revolves around the rise and fall of one's fortunes. The world is a dynamic, fickle and transient place. ...

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Analysis and Poetic Devices of The Patriot- An Old Story by Browning

Analysis and Poetic Devices of The Patriot- An Old Story by Browning

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Critical Analysis of The Patriot- An Old Story: Written in a form of a dramatic monologue, The Patriot- An old story by Robert Browning is an account of a man's fall from power ...

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Summary of The Patriot-And Old Story by Robert Browning

Summary of The Patriot-And Old Story by Robert Browning

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About the poet: Born on 7th May 1812, Robert Browning was an English writer and dramatist whose authority of dramatic verse, and specifically the dramatic monologue, made him one ...

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A short Introduction, Summary and Analysis of In the Bazaars of Hyderabad

A short Introduction, Summary and Analysis of In the Bazaars of Hyderabad

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Background, Context, and History of In the Bazaars of Hyderabad: "In The Bazaars of Hyderabad" was written by Sarojini Naidu(1879-1949) during the Nineteenth Century. It was ...

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Central Idea and Theme of If by Rudyard Kipling

Central Idea and Theme of If by Rudyard Kipling

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Central Idea of If: Life only has meaning when it has been lived meaningfully and our identity as human beings can only be ratified in the real sense of the term if we live ...

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Critical Analysis of If by Rudyard Kipling

Critical Analysis of If by Rudyard Kipling

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Critical Analysis of If: The poem If is a very well-constructed insightful study into the art of living and becoming a perfect human being. It advocates some of the most ...

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Short Introduction to If by Rudyard Kipling

Short Introduction to If by Rudyard Kipling

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  About the Poet: Rudyard Kipling - an English littérateur, well known for his works such as The Jungle Book, Kim, and the iconic poem If, was an eminent poet, a novelist ...

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Summary of If by Rudyard Kipling

Summary of If by Rudyard Kipling

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  Stanza-wise Summary of  If: The poem If can be viewed as a set of guidelines on how to live and act with integrity and right values such that one becomes the ideal ...

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Shakespearean Influence in English Literature

Shakespearean Influence in English Literature

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Shakespeare’s influence and importance in English Literature: There is no individual writer who has wielded greater influence than Shakespeare over the English language. He ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Open thine Eyes and See thy God

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Open thine Eyes and See thy God

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Critical Analysis of Open thine Eyes and See thy God: This poem is Tagore’s way of protesting against organized religion. He feels that organized religion teaches its believers ...

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