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William Wordsworth's 'The World Is Too Much With Us'
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A 7 page essay on this sonnet from Wordsworth's Lyrical Ballads. The writer reviews what Wordsworth himself said about his poetry and his intentions in the 'Preface to the Lyrical Ballads' which was published with the poems. Wordsworth was attempting to depart from the overly decorative speech used in the poetry of the late 18th-century. The writer pays particular emphasis on how Wordsworth's poetry related to his beliefs about nature. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Withus.doc

Wordsworth’s “She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways”
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A five page look at this poem by William Wordsworth. The paper observes that the poem begins by describing the young woman and ends by describing the poet’s feelings for her, which was really what he was describing all along. Bibliography lists two sources.
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The Sonnets Of John Donne
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A 4 page paper which discusses John Donne's sonnets # 5 and 11 using the method of examination displayed by Stanley Archer. Archer describes some of Donne's sonnets by using the descriptions of two separate individuals. The essential qualities that Archer illustrates as being important in evaluating the sonnets are issues which address meditation, childhood upbringing, and previous Jesuit training. Each of the sonnets are also described by breaking them down into sections in order to truly understand how they can involve such examination. No additional sources cited.
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Death and Sin In The Works of John Donne
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A 15 page paper discussing the opinions of John Donne in relationship to the issues of sin and death. In one of his most famous works, 'Biathanatos,' Donne discusses the idea of suicide and deals with the ethical issues surrounding the realities of death. This work is discussed in direct relationship with other poems and sonnets written by Donne which help to illustrate Donne's opinions in regards to death and sin. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Feminism In The Poetry of John Donne
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An 8 page paper providing a feminist reading of three of John Donne's poems -- 'The Undertaking,' 'The Good Morrow,' and 'A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning.' The paper connects Donne's highly-tuned ability to think in metaphor -- in other words, to see with a kind of double vision -- to his acceptance of the personhood of the females in his life in an era when women's minds were not highly valued. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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John Donne / Characteristic Features
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5 pages in length. The characteristic features of John Donne's poetry, as they relate to theme, imagery, audience and approach, blend together in an insightful combination of metaphysics, wit, sensuality and contrast. Indeed, Donne projects not just a singular image or approach, even though each individual work of poetry may focus upon a singular theme; rather, he utilizes a subtle combination of temptation and reality. One only has to read a verse or two of any of Donne's poetry to understand that his characteristic features are anything but myopic. The writer discusses characteristic features as they pertain to three of Donne's poem. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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John Donne's 'Batter My Heart'
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A 5 page paper discussing how John Donne's poem, 'Batter My Heart' reinforces or qualifies the view of love put forth by Donne in his poem A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning. Bibliography lists no sources.
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John Donne's 'Batter My Heart' / Metaphor & Paradox
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A 5 page paper outlining the use of these literary devices in Donne's Holy Sonnet No. 14, which appeals to God to intervene directly and assist the author to overcome sin. Refers to Donne's imagery of God as a conquering warlord and the central paradox that 'freedom is slavery.' No additional sources cited.
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