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How Women are Portrayed in Poetry
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This 5 page paper takes a look at several classic poets' works such as Tennyson, Keats, Browning and Wordsworth. The paper suggests that Tennyson's treatment of the female gender is quite different from that of the other authors. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: SA137fem.doc

Hughes And Cullen: Poets Of Harlem
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Langston Hughes and Countee Cullen were contemporaries during a time that has come to be known as the 'Harlem Renaissance'. This 8 page paper asserts that both were influential poets from the same era; however, the differences between them went further than their poetic voice or style, it was ultimately the difference in the manner they chose to view themselves as black men. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Human Behavior According to Freud and Nietzsche
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This 4 page paper examines the two theorists' views. Why and how do people make decisions? For Freud, much happiness comes from sexual love or the pursuit of it but he sees a need for restrictions. For Nietzsche, people make decisions based on four great errors, but he sees man as needing to be free. Several original works by these authors are used in the evaluation. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Human Issues Explored in the Poems of Elizabeth Bishop
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A 6 page paper which examines how Elizabeth Bishop explored human issues in her poetry, with analysis of "Sestina," "The Armadillo," "One Art," "Exchanging Hats" and "Casablanca." Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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This 25 page paper gives an in-depth detailed analysis of William Blake's humanist views as exampled by his poems in both Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience. Specific, cited, quoted, examples are given which indicate Blake's humanism. Reasons for his philosophy are also explored as well as leading theories from scholarly journals and experts on Blake literature. Loads of quotes. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Humor and Irony in the Vision of Robert Frost
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A five page paper looking at four of Frost's works -- "Provide, Provide"; "Mending Wall"; "A Cloud Shadow," and "The Secret Sits" -- in terms of how their use of irony inverts the expectations of the everyday world. The paper questions Frost's reputation as a down-home, "folksy" poet. Bibliography lists seven sources.
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Humor in Caribbean Poetry
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This 6 page paper focuses on humor and irony in Caribbean poetry, with attention to seven separate pomes, each by different authors. The use of nature as an element is also discussed. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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This 4 page paper discusses the poem I Dwell in Possibility by Emily Dickinson. Symbolic analysis, interpretation, quotes cited from text. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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