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Thematic Similarities: T.S. Eliot - The Wasteland. R. Chandler - The Long Goodbye.
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(5 pp) Sometimes the things unite two works of fiction are the most obvious, and so we do not even consider them. Such may be the case with Raymond Chandlers, The Long Goodbye and T.S. Eliot's poem The Wasteland: one is about a mystery, and one is mystery. It would be nice if it were settled that easily, wouldn't it? But not nearly so much fun, as if we see what other elements might tie these diverse appearing works together.
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Theme and Mood in the Poetry of Elliot and Frost:
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This 7 page paper examines the similarities and differences in mood in the poetry of Elliot and Frost. More specifically, this paper highlights Elliot's, "The Wasteland", and "The Love Song of Alfred Prufrock" as well as Frost's, "Oven Bird" and "After Apple Picking". Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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THEME OF NATURE IN WORKS OF R.S. THOMAS
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This 5 page paper discusses the nature element as theme in two representative poems of R.S. Thomas: Soil and Cynddylan on a Tractor. Specific examples are quoted and cited from the text. In depth analysis also included for both poems. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Themes In Dickinson's Poetry
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It may be argued that the two 'passions' (physical and spiritual) in Emily Dickinson's life were the primary motivation for the way in which she lived that life. This 10 page paper notes that the themes upon which her poetry dwells includes love, separation, death, pain, faith, religion, science and the soul. She is often ambiguous concerning how she looks upon the world and interprets it in terms of her religious beliefs. No additional sources are listed
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Themes of Childhood in the Poetry of Blake and Wordsworth
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A 5 page paper which discusses similarities and differences in the theme of childhood in the poetry of William Blake and William Wordsworth. The poems examined are “Auguries of Innocence” and “Introduction (To The Songs of Innocence)” by William Blake and “Ode: Intimiations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood” and “Three Years She Grew” by William Wordsworth. Bibliography lists 2 additional sources.
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Themes of Death in Frost's After Apple Picking and Korn's Alone I Break
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This 7 page paper compares and contrasts Robert Frost's infamous poem with a contemporary song from the rock group Korn. Themes of death are discussed. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Themes of Dependency in Poems about Love
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This 5 page paper looks at three poems—Elizabeth Barrett Browning's "How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Count the Ways," Robert Browning's Porphyria's Lover and Dorothy Parker's "General Review of the Sex Situation"—in terms of its thematic elements. Dependency themes are highlighted. Many quotes from the works are included. No additional sources cited.
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Themes Used in the Poetry of Robert Frost and Hart Crane
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the themes and settings used within the poetical works of American poets Robert Frost and Hart Crane. American poets Robert Frost and Hart Crane both used settings and environments which were relevant to them to depict the emotions and central themes in their work. Frost during his days writing from New Hampshire in the 1920s, used images found in nature to depict the central themes of the changing seasons in relation to how nature and the changing seasons within life in general can be either embraced or denied. In the 1920s, Hart Crane had spent most of his time in the larger urban centers of Cleveland and New York and hence these environments are used the most in much of his work at this time. Crane used the images within the city to portray one of his central themes which was that of restlessness, constant shifting and at times, loss. Despite this dyer content however, Crane does insert faint positive glimpses which can provide some hope for the readers. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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