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Papers On Poetry
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Herrick/Julia's Petticoat
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A 3 page explication of "Julia's Petticoat," by seventeenth century poet Robert Herrick. The writer argues that Herrick creates a seduction poem that uses the extended metaphor of his love's petticoat as an elaborate and poetically lyrical way of referring to the sexual allure of the woman who wears it. Examination of the poem shows that Herrick focuses on the effect that this undergarment has on the poet as he finds it suggestive of the woman's beauty and allure, so much so that the occasional glimpse of petticoat seems to excite him as much as the woman herself. No additional sources cited.
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Historical Consideration of Dante’s Inferno
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A 3 page paper which looks at the historical elements of Dante’s writing of the Inferno. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Historical Value of Homer’s “The Iliad”
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A 7 page paper which analyzes the epic poem from a historical context, considering if the events depicted are real, if the information can be verified, and examines the author’s intentions for writing the poem. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TGilhis.rtf

Historiography and the Postmodern Identity in the Poetry of Eli Mandel
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Eli Mandel's poems 'Pictures in an Institution' and 'The meaning of the I Ching' both represent an understanding of historiography and the development of postmodernism. This 9 page paper explains the tools of postmodern poetic tradition and uses these tools to underscore the central themes in Mandel's poems. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Homecoming in "Omeros"
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This 3 page paper discusses the idea of homecoming in Omeros, and whether the characters in the poem can find a place for themselves in a culture that has been overtaken by imperialism. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: HVHomOme.rtf

Homer and Virgil
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This 6 page paper discusses the similarities in passages from "The Odyssey" and "The Aeneid." Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Homer's Iliad/Book XXIV
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A 4 page analysis of the concluding book, Book 24, of Homer's epic poem the Iliad. The writer argues that Achilles' relinquishing of Hector's body to his father signals his maturation as a human being. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khbk24.rtf

Homer's Odyssey/Relationship with Gods
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A 4 page essay that discusses the information can be inferred from Homer's Odyssey concerning the relationship of humanity with the gods. The writer argues that religion gave ancient peoples not only an explanation of natural phenomenon that would otherwise be inexplicable, but also a feeling of control towards fate. Examination of this epic poem shows that to the ancient Greeks religion was not a remote or abstract subject, but rather a force that interacted with their lives directly. In the Odyssey, characters are influenced, guided, and warned through direct communication with their gods. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khgodsod.rtf


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