Category: Poets with initals U to Z
He Wishes for the Clothes of Heaven Summary and Analysis

He Wishes for the Clothes of Heaven Summary and Analysis

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  The twentieth-century bard of Ireland, William Butler Yeats was highly regarded for his contributions to both Irish and English literary institutions. The exponent of ...

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To a Skylark Analysis by William Wordsworth

To a Skylark Analysis by William Wordsworth

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  About William Wordsworth: William Wordsworth was born in the year 1770 in Cockermouth in England. He experienced tragedy early on his life in the form of death of his ...

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The Lake Isle of Innisfree Analysis W B Yeats

The Lake Isle of Innisfree Analysis W B Yeats

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  About W B Yeats: William Butler Yeats (W B Yeats) was born in the year 1865 at Sandymount in County Dublin, Ireland. His interest in poetry came on at an early age due ...

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London 1802 Summary and Analysis by William Wordsworth

London 1802 Summary and Analysis by William Wordsworth

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About William Wordsworth: William Wordsworth was born in the year 1770 in Cockermouth in England. He experienced tragedy early in his life in the form of death of his mother and ...

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The Birds Summary and Analysis by William Blake

The Birds Summary and Analysis by William Blake

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  About William Blake: William Blake was born in the year 1757 in Soho, London. He started writing poetry at the early age of 12. Blake’s work went largely unappreciated ...

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O What is that Sound summary and Analysis by W H Auden

O What is that Sound summary and Analysis by W H Auden

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  About W H Auden: Wystan Hugh Auden was born in the year 1907 in York in England. He was an English- American poet applauded especially for his technical and stylistic ...

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Refugee Blues Summary and Analysis by W H Auden

Refugee Blues Summary and Analysis by W H Auden

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  About W H Auden: Wystan Hugh Auden was born in the year 1907 in York in England. He was an English- American poet applauded especially for his technical and stylistic ...

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Summary and Analysis of Sonnet 15 by William Shakespeare

Summary and Analysis of Sonnet 15 by William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare- Often called England’s National Poet, William Shakespeare is widely regarded as the greatest dramatist in the English language. Also known as the Bard of ...

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Sonnet 12 Summary and Critical Analysis by William Shakespeare

Sonnet 12 Summary and Critical Analysis by William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare- Often called England’s National Poet, William Shakespeare is widely regarded as the greatest dramatist in the English language. Also known as the Bard of ...

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Sonnet 2 Summary and Critical Analysis by William Shakespeare

Sonnet 2 Summary and Critical Analysis by William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare- Often called England’s National Poet, William Shakespeare is widely regarded as the greatest dramatist in the English language. Also known as the Bard of ...

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Sonnet 1 Summary and Analysis by William Shakespeare

Sonnet 1 Summary and Analysis by William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare- Often called England’s National Poet, William Shakespeare is widely regarded as the greatest dramatist in the English language. Also known as the Bard of ...

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Not Marble Nor the Gilded Monuments Meaning by William Shakespeare

Not Marble Nor the Gilded Monuments Meaning by William Shakespeare

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About the Poet:  William Shakespeare who was born on April 23, 1564; in Stratford-upon-Avon  was an English poet, playwright, and actor, extensively looked upon as the supreme ...

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A Hand Mirror Summary and Analysis

A Hand Mirror Summary and Analysis

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The Hand Mirror is a perceptive poem by Walt Whitman. In this poem, the narrator discusses about a reflection (possibly his own) in a hand held mirror. Alternately, he could be ...

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Analysis and Summary of Once I Pass’d Through a Populous City

Analysis and Summary of Once I Pass’d Through a Populous City

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This is a short poem of seven lines written by Walt Whitman. Despite its brevity, it makes an interesting point. However, once we move beyond the poem’s surface and examine its ...

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