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Papers On Poetry
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Edmund Spenser's The Sovereign Beauty
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The Elizabethan era helped to spawn the creative endeavors of the poet, Edmund Spenser and is spoken of in the sonnet, The Sovereign Beauty. This 6 page paper asserts that The Sovereign Beauty is a testament to the glory and 'virtue' of a nation as well as its Queen and is solidly set in the time from which it was created. No additional sources are listed. Source is included.
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Edmund Spenser/Amoretti, Sonnet 54
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A 7 page paper that explicates Spenser's Sonnet 54. This close reading of the poem offers a line-by-line interpretation of the poem, discussion of its meter and rhyme scheme, and also Spenser's use of poetic devices. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Edna St. Vincent Millay / Dualism In Her Sonnet 'For The Harp - Weaver'
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A 5 page paper that posits that in the duality of her terminology and placement of lines in prose, Edna St. Vincent Millay underscores the workings of a 'heart's' reaction to an impending separation from a lover. She at once makes it clear that she is sorrowful and prideful, weak and strong, hurtful and commanding. In juxtaposing her anger, frustration and sorrow with contemplation, she reaches levels of emotion in her prose that is pertinent to the circumstance. By doing so, she creates a scene of realistic internal and external interaction. One source cited.
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Edward Taylor and Anne Bradstreet: Love
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A 7 page paper which contrasts how Edward Taylor and Anne Bradstreet envision and present love in various poems. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Edward Taylor and Phillis Wheatley
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A 3 page paper which compares Edward Taylor’s poem “Huswifery” with Phillis Wheatley’s poem “On Being Brought from Africa to America.” Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAwhty.rtf

Edward Thomas’s “February Afternoon”
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A 5 page analytical essay on the World War I British poem. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Edwin Arlington Robinson's 'Richard Cory'/ Appearance
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A 6 page paper discussing the common dichotomy of the illusion appearance can cause compared to the deeply felt pain of some of those whose appearance would indicate that they could have no care in the world. Richard Cory exuded the successful appearance that today cloaks so many people who tirelessly pursue the trappings of the 'successful' life in which score is kept by watching the neighbors or even the demographic division to which either an individual belongs or would like to belong. Richard Cory would appear to be not that one who lived by appearances, but rather one who was born into the wealth that naturally gravitated to the lifestyle befitting true wealth and old, established wealth without giving so much as a hint of the pain within him. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Edwin Arlington Robinson's 'Richard Cory'/ Irony
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A 5 page paper on Edwin Arlington Robinson's poem. The paper shows how the poem uses irony to convey to the reader the poverty of a rich man's life. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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