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Love and Time in Three Poems of William Butler Yeats
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This 5 page report discusses the poetry of William Butler Yeats with a primary focus on “Adam’s Curse.” In the vast majority of Yeats’ love poetry he is able to separate a clearly personal experience and emphasize its greater universality in terms of shared emotion and a tone of melancholy awareness that transfixes most people at some point in the midst of their greater experience of love. “Adam’s Curse” is not unique in its ability to express those broad and often disturbing visions of the experience of love and loss. Many of Yeats’ love poems also convey such sentiments and “Never Give All the Heart” and “O Do not Love too Long” are also examined. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Love in William Blake’s “The Sick Rose” and Katherine Philips’ “Against Love”
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A 4 page paper which examines how the matter of love is explored in these poetic works and what it may have been in the authors’ own personal experiences that may have inspired these works. No additional sources are used.
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Love Poetry and the Victorian Age
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This 5 page report discusses the love poetry of the Victorian era. The writers of the Victorian Era responded to the innovations and changes of the world with their own literary changes. Just as the scientists, inventors, and politicians of the time refused to believe there were boundaries to what could be accomplished, the writers and poets saw that it was possible to explore new realms of expression. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Love, as Considered by Medieval Poets Sir Thomas Wyatt, the Elder, Sir Walter Raleigh, Christopher Marlowe and Geoffrey Chaucer
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A 5 page paper which examines how love is depicted in Wyatt’s “The Long Love That My Heart Doth Harbor,” “Farewell, Love,” “Whoso List to Hunt,” “My Gallery,” “Divers Doth Use,” “Madam, Withouten Many Words,” “They Flee From Me,” “My Lute, Awake!,” Raleigh’s “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd,” “The Lie,” “Farewell, False Love,” Marlowe’s “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love,” and “Prologue,” “The Knight’s Tale,” and “The Miller’s Tale” from Chaucer’s “The Canterbury Tales.” No additional sources are used.
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Lucille Clifton's 'Homage To My Hips'
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This 4 page essay deals with Lucille Clifton and her changing body--her hips in particular and what that really means. No additional sources cited.
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Lucille Clifton/forgiving my father
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A 4 page essay that explicates Lucille Clifton's poem "forgiving my father." The writer argues that this poem concerns the legacy of a childhood made harsh by a father's inability to provide for his family. Clifton, as a woman, identifies most heavily with her mother's anger and disappointment at having married a man who could not provide for his family. However, within the context of this poem, Clifton comes to perceive that her mother's anger is not necessarily her own and that she can forgive them both and, in doing so, move on with her own life. No additional sources cited.
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Lucille Clifton/Move
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A 4 page explication of Clifton's poem "Move," which was written to commemorate the bombing of Philadelphia Afro-centric movement in Philadelphia in 1985. The writer argues that Clifton's poem is an indictment against the black mayor of Philadelphia at that time for authorizing the attack. No additional sources cited.
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Lynn Emanuel/Big Black Car
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A 3 page essay that discusses the poet's use of metaphor. Poets frequently face the question of how to describe the indescribable, that is, how to convey, within the limited context of a poem, the complexity of life and its multi-layered, convoluted reality. One way of accomplishing this task is through the utilization of metaphor, imagery and action, which are part of the poet's "toolbox" for conveying complex meaning through the representation of sights, sounds, smells, touch, etc. An ideal example of this point is Lynn Emanuel's poem "Big Black Car." No bibliography is provided.
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