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Essays for English: Poetry &Amp; Poets

  1. Similarities Between the Catcher in the Rye and Sic Vita
    Sarah Seward Clark English October 10, 2008 Big English Paper The book The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger is a popular book about a boy who feels isolated...
  2. Henrik Ibson Sympathy Paper
    Two of Henrik Ibson’s famous plays, A Doll’s House and Hedda Gabler, are amongst the most notable plays in American literature. The characters, Nora from A Doll’s...
  3. Mongo Season
    The Mango Season, Amulya Malladi; Fiction; B&N In The Mango Season, Priya, born and raised in India, has been been living on her own in the US for the past seven years...
  4. At Cooloola
    At Cooloola is a lyrical poem written by a well recognized Australian poet, Judith Wright. This poem creatively describes a beautiful scene of nature. The poet uses highly descriptive language and a diverse range of poetic devices to engage the...
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  5. Falling Under the Influnce: the Picture of Dorian Gray
    Falling Under the Influence Art can inspire brilliant ranges of emotion, and for Dorian Gray, it inspired more than emotion alone. A single portrait held the power to...
  6. Call of the Wild
    Wesley Delery Mr. Lanier English III September 1, 2010 The Call of the Wild In the The Call of the Wild the main character is a dog named Buck. As I read the book, I...
  7. Because I Could Not Stop for Death
    Emily Dickinson’s “Because I could not stop for Death” is a remarkable masterpiece that exercises thought between the known and the unknown. Critics call Emily Dickinson’s poem a masterpiece with strange “haunting power...
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  8. Before I Die
    There are many poets who have made a great impact on society and influenced the young and older generations. Normally it is quite difficult for an individual to try to influence or make a difference in the general public. Vergil (Publius Vergilius...
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  9. Beowolf - the Ideal Epic Hero
    The epic poem Beowulf describes the most heroic man of the <br /> Anglo-Saxon times. The hero, Beowulf, is a seemingly invincible person <br /> with all the extraordinary traits required of a hero. He is able to use his <br /> super-human...
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  10. Beowulf
    Beowulf is described as a perfect hero who fought for his people and vanquished evil with his extraordinary abilities to bring peace and justice. He was wise, noble, and brave and was a true hero among the people of Scandinavia. He was known...
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  11. Push
    A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed In my essay, I’m going to focus on both personal strength and the importance of help from others. I think these subjects are much...
  12. Beowulf
    This essay will show how the epic Anglo-Saxon/Scandinavian poem Beowulf is part of the heroic culture seen all over Europe at that time. <br /> <br /> While the poem has been escribed to about the year 800, recent research has indicated beyond...
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  13. Beowulf
    King Hrothgar of Denmark, a descendent of the great king Shield Sheafson, enjoys a prosperous and successful reign. He builds a great mead- hall, called Heorot, where his warriors can gather to drink, receive gifts from their lord, and listen to...
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  14. Beowulf Young and Old
    Despite Beowulf’s almost supernatural strength, stamina and stature, he ages just the same as any other human being. In the human life cycle, one generally begins naive and inexperienced and ages into an adult of more wisdom and knowledge. Akin to...
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  15. British Poetry
    Knowledge of contemporary British poetry is of great importance when it comes to understanding the reigning trends of England. The 1970s saw a fair amount of polemic concerning the discontinuities of the national \"traditions,\" most of it concerned...
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  16. Death Be Not Proud
    John Donne, in the “Death, be not proud” challenges death and reasons it not to be proud. As clearly seen from its title, the poet gives strong and powerful reasons for death not to be proud. Death basically is a phenomenon feared by many and...
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  17. Desert Places - a Journey of a Human Mind
    One of the most monumental poetic works of T.S Eliot is ‘The Waste Land’. The poem emerges as a gigantic metaphor for melancholy, loneliness, solitude- the unavoidable companions of human existence. Similar kinds of feelings are evoked by Robert...
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  18. Difficulties of Identifying Sexual Status in Donne's 'the Flea'
    A Reading of Donne\'s \'The Flea\'<br /> <br /> Jimmy Breck-Mc Kye<br /> Girton College<br /> Cambridge University<br /> United Kingdom<br /> <br /> It is common to ascribe to Donne the status of archetypal logical poet- a man whose works are...
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  19. Great Depression
    The 1930s was a time of economic hardships. Many pieces of great literature are set during the Great Depression. John Steinbeck is an author who wrote about financial...
  20. Donne
    Donne is more concerned with wit and conceit than with meaning and sincerity <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> That Donne is concerned with wit is scarcely deniable. The imagery used in The Legacie is incredibly complicated, and he seems to be...
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  21. Dulce Et Deorum Est
    Wilfred Owen wrote Dulce et Decorum Est about the first World War, in which he had personally fought. It was addressed to Jessie Pope, a writer of other poems concerning the War. Specifically he wrote the poem to counteract her poem “Who’s For...
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  22. Edgar Allan Poe
    When picking a topic for my research paper. I thought of many different ideas. I started to think about my interests is reading literature, and I decided to write about my favorite author Edgar Allan Poe. This paper is going to look at Poe from a...
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  23. Hill House and Hell House
    Julia Coleman Literary Analysis 4/27/09 Throughout history, religion has been the cause of much happiness—individually and on a grand scale. There have been many...
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