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Beowulf and The Poem of the Cid: Epic Legends
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A legend is a story that has probable historical roots but has been told and retold, embellished and personalized to the individual and their culture. The hero in a legend is generally larger than life. Legends are often narrative and present a theme or problem that was central to the development of the time period. Heroic tradition is, simply stated, the ages old pattern of story that begins with a hero in unusual circumstances, the search or quest, the transformation of the Hero and a resolution. Beowulf, an epic poem of Old English origins, and The Poem of the Cid, an eleventh-century epic poem from Spain, are both considered legends from the oral tradition that mirror the developmental stages of their culture. This 5 page paper explores the tale of Beowulf and the Poem of the Cid with an emphasis on their status as legend based on the shared concepts of a hero on a quest and the theme as reflective of the stage of development of feudalism. No additional sources are listed.
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Destiny in Burns’ “To A Mouse”
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A three page paper closely explicating the theme of this poem by Robert Burns. The paper concludes that the human’s ability to strategize may not be all it is cracked up to be, because in the end we are still not in control of our destinies, and our efforts are often fruitless. No additional sources; free one-page sentence outline is appended to paper.
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Poetic Devices In the Poetry of Robert Burns
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A 5 page paper looking at five of Burns' poems: Of A' the Airts, John Anderson, My Jo, A Man's A Man for A' That, Flow Gently, Sweet Afton, and Robert Bruce's March to Bannockburn. The paper looks at the literary devices used, particularly those of metrical structure. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Anti-Victorian Sentiment in Browning’s ‘Fra Lippo Lippi’
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A nine page paper looking at the way Robert Browning subtly undermines Victorian ideology in this poem. The paper argues that Browning’s generous acceptance of sexual expression; his insistence on the natural world as the true manifestation of God’s presence; and his advocacy of the importance of an artist’s right to individual expression all characterize him as a Romantic much more than a Victorian. No additional sources.
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Robert Browning and the Victorian Tradition
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A 20 page paper showing how Robert Browning's work fits into the Victorian tradition. The paper focuses on three poems, 'My Last Duchess', 'Fra Lippo Lippi', and 'Andrea del Sarto.' More than 8 sources are cited.
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Robert Browning's 'My Last Duchess'
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A 5 page analytical essay on Robert Browning's famous poem, discussing voice, tone, dramatic situation, and structure. The paper concludes that Browning's masterful use of the iambic pentameter couplet, together with the way he breaks the pattern in a very intentional way, enhances our understanding of the people he portrays. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Robert Browning's 'My Last Duchess'
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This 6 page research paper examines the Robert Browning poem, 'My Last Duchess,' concentrating on the unreliable information provided by the narrator. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Robert Browning's 'My Last Duchess'
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8 pages in length. In what is arguably Robert Browning's most popular and emotional literary piece, My Last Duchess represents the epitome of monologue structure. This particular work is utilized as a means by which to set the example in more than a few instances, as it exemplifies the quest to obtain formational perfection. My Last Duchess is told from the speaker's point of view as he addresses an unidentified count regarding the duke's plans to marry his daughter. Derived from factual incidents surrounding an Italian duke who lived in the sixteenth century, Browning takes poetic license in applying the more minute details. The writer discusses point of view and structure as they relate to Browning's poem. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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