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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of A Bright Morning by Teddy Temple

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of A Bright Morning by Teddy Temple

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Critical Analysis of A Bright Morning: A bright morning by Teddy Temple is a poem that exudes a sense of peace and harmony. These qualities result in qualifying it as a pastoral ...

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Summary of A Bright Morning by Teddy Temple

Summary of A Bright Morning by Teddy Temple

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About the poet: Born in the port city of Kisumu, Teddy Temple lives in Nairobi and is still continuing with his academics. Still an amateur, his notable poetries include Roads of ...

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Summary and Analysis of By Candlelight by Sylvia Plath

Summary and Analysis of By Candlelight by Sylvia Plath

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About the Poet: Sylvia Plath is one of the most admired poets of the twentieth century, who had established this reputation by the age of thirty. Her violent emotions and ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Women’s Rights

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Women’s Rights

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Critical Analysis of Women’s Rights: In ‘Women’s Rights’, Annie Louisa Walker talks more about women’s duties than about women’s rights, as we conceive of democratic rights in ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of To My Grown Up Son

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of To My Grown Up Son

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Critical Analysis of To My Grown Up Son: “To My Grown-Up Child” by Alice E. Chase is an intense poem, which touches and arrests the heart and emotion of everyone who reads it. It ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of The Professor by Nissim Ezekiel

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of The Professor by Nissim Ezekiel

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Critical Analysis of The Professor: This poem is written in the form of a monologue. This means that there is only a single speaker in the poem, and he speaks to someone who ...

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Summary of The Professor by Nissim Ezekiel

Summary of The Professor by Nissim Ezekiel

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About the poet: Nissim Ezekiel is known as the father of post-independence Indian-English verse. He is the one who started modernity in Indian-English poetry. His simple, ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Mending Wall by Robert Frost

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Mending Wall by Robert Frost

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Critical Analysis of Mending Wall: Most of Frost’s poems are simple at the surface and have a deeper layer of meaning beneath. “Mending Wall” is no exception. While the poet ...

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Line by Line Summary of Mending Wall by Robert Frost

Line by Line Summary of Mending Wall by Robert Frost

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About the poet: Robert Frost was born on 26th March 1874, in San Francisco After the death of his father from tuberculosis when Frost was eleven years old, he moved with his ...

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Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Enterprise by Nissim Ezekiel

Analysis, Central Idea and Theme of Enterprise by Nissim Ezekiel

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Critical Analysis of Enterprise: Every single element that the pilgrims encountered on their journey in this poem is a symbol for something else. The sun symbolizations all the ...

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Summary of Enterprise by Nissim Ezekiel

Summary of Enterprise by Nissim Ezekiel

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About the poet: Nissim Ezekiel is known as the father of post-independence Indian-English verse. He is the one who started modernity in Indian-English poetry. His simple, ...

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Central Idea and Theme of On the Grasshopper and Cricket by Keats

Central Idea and Theme of On the Grasshopper and Cricket by Keats

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The poem On the Grasshopper and Cricket is a sonnet by John Keats. The poem was composed in the December of 1816 when the poet was twenty-one years of age. It was published ...

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Summary and Analysis of On the Grasshopper and Cricket by Keats

Summary and Analysis of On the Grasshopper and Cricket by Keats

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About the Poet: John Keats (1795–1821) was one of the leading figures in the second- generation Romantic poets. Born in London, he was the son of Thomas Keats and Frances ...

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Summary of A Small pain in my Chest by Michael Mack

Summary of A Small pain in my Chest by Michael Mack

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Stanza-wise Summary of A Small pain in my Chest: 1st stanza: The narrator sees a soldier sitting ‘calmly’ underneath a tree. The poet uses the word ‘soldier boy’ to highlight ...

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