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Category: Poets with initals U to Z
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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Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind Analysis by William Shakespeare

Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind Analysis by William Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare apostrophizes Nature and evokes the “winter wind”, “the bitter sky” and “the warping waters” to comment on the tragic brutality of human life itself, in this ...

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She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways Analysis

She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways Analysis

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Context of She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways: The sonnet, "She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways" is a part of William Wordsworth collection of poems on his maid, named "Lucy". The ...

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She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways Summary

She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways Summary

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William Wordsworth was born on 7th April 1770 and died in 1850. He is a Romantic poet. He is a nature worshiper and a nature painter. He was a major figure in the Romantic ...

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She was a Phantom of Delight Summary and Analysis

She was a Phantom of Delight Summary and Analysis

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William Wordsworth is one of the best known English poets of Romantic era, a period where poetry was about personification of nature, and new movement of aesthetics was evolved. ...

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Editor choice William Wordsworth- Early Life, Awards, and Death

William Wordsworth- Early Life, Awards, and Death

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William Wordsworth (7 April 1770 – 23 April 1850) was a major English Romantic poet who, with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, helped to launch the Romantic Age in English literature with ...

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Stolen Boat by William Wordsworth Summary

Stolen Boat by William Wordsworth Summary

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ABOUT THE POET: William Wordsworth (1770-1850) is one of the stalwarts of the English Literature canon. He precipitated the Romantic Movement along with fellow poet Coleridge. ...

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Stolen Boat by William Wordsworth Analysis

Stolen Boat by William Wordsworth Analysis

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CRITICAL ANALYSIS- This poem has the potential to be read on various levels. To each of us, the poem reads differently. Few of the levels, however, are the most important and ...

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Analysis of The Crocodile and the Monkey by Vikram Seth

Analysis of The Crocodile and the Monkey by Vikram Seth

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Critical Analysis: On the surface a children’s poem, But at its heart The Crocodile and the Monkey by Vikram Seth is a well spun tale of friendship, kindness, betrayal and ...

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Summary of The Crocodile and the Monkey by Vikram Seth

Summary of The Crocodile and the Monkey by Vikram Seth

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About the poet: Conceived on  June 20, 1952 , Vikram Seth is a well known Indian writer, author, travel essayist, librettist, kids' author, biographer and memoirist. His dad, Prem ...

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To the Cuckoo by William Wordsworth Analysis

To the Cuckoo by William Wordsworth Analysis

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To the Cuckoo by William Wordsworth Analysis: The poet laureate who launched the romantic age in Britain with themes of nature in his poetry, William Wordsworth's To the Cuckoo is ...

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To the Cuckoo Summary by William Wordsworth

To the Cuckoo Summary by William Wordsworth

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About the poet: William Wordsworth is well known for establishing a Romantic movement in the English world with the help of the famous poet and philosopher Samuel Taylor Coleridge ...

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Off the Ground Summary by Walter de la Mare

Off the Ground Summary by Walter de la Mare

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This poem summary focuses on the poem ‘Off the Ground’ by the Georgian poet Walter de la Mare. ‘Off the Ground’ is not one of his well-known poems, but is an immensely enjoyable ...

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Off the Ground Analysis by Walter de la Mare

Off the Ground Analysis by Walter de la Mare

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This poem analysis of Walter de la Mare’s ‘Off the Ground’ is divided into three parts – rhyme scheme, use of unusual language, and influence of Romanticism. Rhyme Scheme: This ...

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