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Papers On Poetry
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Plath's Lady Lazarus
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The myth or parable of Lazarus entails the act of death and a return to life. It is a metaphor for change and transition. This 5 page paper critically analyses the poem, Lady Lazarus, by Sylvia Plath. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KTlazrus.wps

PLATH’S DADDY
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This 8 page paper analyzes Sylvia Plath's poem, Daddy for feminist overtones. Examples are given from the text to support the thesis and cited. In addition, the supporting statements of several other experts are given which support the claim. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: MBplath.rtf

Plunkett's History in "Omeros"
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This 3 page paper discusses the historical discoveries Plunkett makes in the poem "Omeros," and how they relate to a sense of homecoming. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: HVPlnOme.rtf

Poe and Whitman/On Science
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A 4 page essay that compares and contrasts 2 poems by Poe and Whitman. Poe's "Sonnet--To Science" and Whitman's "When I heard the Learn'd Astronomer," address not only the same subject matter, but also they take an identical stand on the topic. While Poe's poem is the most overt in its message, Whitman also takes the stand that science, specifically astronomy, attempts to drain the beauty and mystery from life and turns the wondrous into the mundane. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khpoeww.rtf

Poe’s “The Raven”
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A 4 page paper which summarizes and examines Edgar Allan Poe’s poem “The Raven.” Bibliography lists 4 additional sources.
Filename: RAraven1.rtf

Poe/Annabel Lee
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A 3 page explication of Edgar Allan Poe's last poem, Annabel Lee, which was written in 1849. The writer argues that this poem is a haunting tribute by the still grieving Poe for his young wife Virginia who had passed away two years previously from tuberculosis. Examination of this poem's theme, mood and point-of-view demonstrates the depth of emotion that Poe had for his deceased child/bride, as well as how he viewed his own death with equanimity because he saw it as uniting him with his beloved. No additional sources cited.
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Poe: "Annabel Lee"
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This 3 page paper describes the mood, point of view and theme of Edgar Allan Poe's poem "Annabel Lee." Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: HVAnnLee.rtf

POEMS A PLENTY
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This 5 page paper gives the underlying theme for the following poems: Tam O'Shanter, Silent, Silent Night, Lucy, To Autumn, Morte D' Arthur, Love Among the Ruins, On the Idle Hill of Summer, and Bed in Summer. Examples are cited and quoted. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: MBpoets.rtf


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