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This 4 page paper discusses the use of metaphors in the work of Ezra Pound and Jean Toomer. Examples cited from texts. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: MBpmet.rtf

Milton’s Grand Style: “Paradise Lost”
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An 8 page paper which examines Milton’s “Paradise Lost” in terms of elements which support Milton’s “grand style.” Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Milton/Paradise Lost/Heaven & Hell
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A 7 page research paper that analyzes Milton's depiction of Heaven and Hell in "Paradise Lost." The writer argues that these depictions can be read at the microcosmic, as well as the macrocosmic level. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Milton/Rossetti Comparison
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A 5 page essay that contrasts and compares works by Milton and Rossetti. John Milton (1608-1674), in his epic poem Paradise Lost, and Christina Rossetti (1830-1894), in her poem The Goblin Market, each present narratives in which women are tempted by sin that is represented allegorically by fruit. In each poem, there are also depictions of acts of love. But while these features indicate that the poems bear similarities, they also have fundamental differences that deal mainly with the poet's depiction of women. Eve is depicted as shallow, easily deceived and not capable of thinking as rationally as Adam. Rossetti's heroine, Lizzie, on the other hand, is clever, self-sacrificing, and saves her sister from sin through her actions. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Milton/Satan in Paradise Lost
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A 5 page essay that discusses the character of Satan. An epic hero is traditionally an example of a culture's ideal man, that is, someone who embodies all of the virtues that a particular society esteems above all others. A tragic hero is quite similar, as he embodies noble virtues, but suffers downfall due to a tragic flaw. In John Milton's epic poem "Paradise Lost," the character of Satan combines these two literary conventions, offering readers one of the most psychologically complex and fascinating characters in all of literature. Examination of the way in which Milton develops the character of Satan reveals the insidious and corrupting nature of evil, as Milton describes the devolution of the once beautiful angel Lucifer into the despicable grotesque that is Satan. No additional sources cited.
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Modernist Analysis of T.S. Eliot’s “The Waste Land”
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A 7 page paper which examines the poet’s view of modernity and tradition, especially the relationship between the two, and how the poet’s stylistic innovations determine the nature and meaning of the relationship between modernity and tradition. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Modernist and Confessional Poets and the Place of "Personality" in Poetry
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This 7 page paper examines the function of personality in poetry as considered by both modernist and confessional poets, and relate these concepts to other theories of personality. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Modernist Poetry: Baudelaire and Rilke.
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(5pp) One of the wonderful things about old-fashioned roll-top desks, was that there were many cubbyholes for sorting out "things;" then if there was still too much mess, one had the option of just pulling down the top cover and hiding it all. There are times when we hope that is true with the arts-that it can be arranged and ordered, and that which we do not understand, can simply be covered, or hidden. Artistic "modernism" was not content with historic pigeon-holing and sought to give voice to individualism, and expression to that part of our world that was locked between two world wars. The work of Baudelaire and Rilke in the Moderist framework will be considered. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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