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Theme and Central Idea of ‘The Last Ride Together’ by Robert Browning

Theme and Central Idea of ‘The Last Ride Together’ by Robert Browning

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Robert Browning’s poetry is regarded as the finest love poetry. His poems deal with the emotions of love. His philosophy of love is an important part of his philosophy of life. ...

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How is the poem ‘Phenomenal Woman’ a reflection of the poet’s personal life?

How is the poem ‘Phenomenal Woman’ a reflection of the poet’s personal life?

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The poem “Phenomenal Woman” describes the spirit of womanhood. The poem describes a woman who is proud of being a woman, who is confident, follows her heart, has faith in ...

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Maya Angelou’s Phenomenal Woman celebrates the spirit of womanhood. Discuss.

Maya Angelou’s Phenomenal Woman celebrates the spirit of womanhood. Discuss.

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The poem “Phenomenal Woman” describes the spirit of womanhood. The poem describes a woman who is proud of being a woman, who is confident, follows her heart, has faith in ...

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Symbolism in Nissim Ezekiel’s Enterprise

Symbolism in Nissim Ezekiel’s Enterprise

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Nissim Ezekiel is one of the prolific Indian writers in English of the 20th century. He was playwright, editor, critic and poet. He was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award for his ...

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How does Dilip Chitre describe his father’s train journey in ‘Father Returning Home’?

How does Dilip Chitre describe his father’s train journey in ‘Father Returning Home’?

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Father Returning Home is a short and appealing poem about an old man in a cosmopolitan city where his own sons and daughters treat him as an alien. He himself is estranged ...

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Describe the five ways that the poet describes to kill a man.

Describe the five ways that the poet describes to kill a man.

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“Five Ways to Kill a Man” by Edwin Brock mocks at the dehumanization of man. The poem describes the various ways that man has used, beginning from the ancient times to the ...

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Discuss the theme of the poem, ‘Five Ways to Kill a Man’ by Edwin Brock

Discuss the theme of the poem, ‘Five Ways to Kill a Man’ by Edwin Brock

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“Five Ways to Kill a Man” by Edwin Brock mocks at the dehumanization of man. The poem is written in a simple language to describe the different ways to kill a man. The words ...

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“Frost’s poems are known for his extensive use of symbols and poetical devices.” Refer to the poem ‘Mending Wall’ and justify the statement.

“Frost’s poems are known for his extensive use of symbols and poetical devices.” Refer to the poem ‘Mending Wall’ and justify the statement.

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The theme of the poem is about two neighbours who disagree over the need of a wall to separate their properties. Not only does the wall act as a divider in separating the ...

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What does the wall represent in the poem, Mending Wall?

What does the wall represent in the poem, Mending Wall?

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The wall in the poem ‘Mending Wall’ represents two view points of two different persons, one by the speaker and the other by his neighbour. Not only does the wall act as a ...

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Critically analyze the poem, The Eve of Waterloo

Critically analyze the poem, The Eve of Waterloo

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The Eve of Waterloo’ by Lord Byron is a narrative poem, exciting as well as full of pathos. The poem is based on a true incident that happened just before the Battle o ...

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Discuss ‘The Eve of Waterloo’ as a poem of contrasting ideas of romance and heroism, love and pathos

Discuss ‘The Eve of Waterloo’ as a poem of contrasting ideas of romance and heroism, love and pathos

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The Eve of Waterloo’ is one of the famous poems of Byron which belongs to his long narrative poem, ‘Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage.’ It describes a surprise attack on the British ...

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Describe the irony in the title of the poem, Dulce Et Decorum Est

Describe the irony in the title of the poem, Dulce Et Decorum Est

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The title of the poem ‘Dulce Et Decorum Est’ has been taken from the first words of the Latin saying by Horace. If we translate this to English, it means ‘it is sweet and ...

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Dulce Et Decorum Est as an Anti-war poem.

Dulce Et Decorum Est as an Anti-war poem.

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The title of the poem ‘Dulce Et Decorum Est’ has been taken from the first words of the Latin saying by Horace. If we translate this to English, it means ‘it is sweet and ...

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Describe the horrors caused by the atom bomb in Hiroshima as narrated inthe poem, A Doctor’s Journal Entry for August 6,1945

Describe the horrors caused by the atom bomb in Hiroshima as narrated inthe poem, A Doctor’s Journal Entry for August 6,1945

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A Doctor’s Journal Entry for August 6, 1945 by Vikram Seth is a remarkable poem describing the horrors of the aftermath of a atomic bomb explosion. This tragic poem describes ...

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