“Of Parents and Children” is a suggestive essay, in which Sir Francis Bacon provides some suggestions, through which parents can bring up their children.
“Of Nobility” is also based on philosophy of worldly wisdom. In this essay, Sir Francis Bacon talks about the benefits of nobility in this world.
Superstition is the most highlighted topic even in the modern era. Sir Francis Bacon, in “Of Superstition”, talks about the intellectual blindness of people
The essay “Of Ambition” can be used as evidence to prove the worldly wisdom of Sir Francis Bacon. It covers every profession and department of Bacon’s era.
“Of Studies” is one of the most quoted essays of Sir Francis Bacon. After analyzing the importance of studies, he convinces his readers to study books.
“Of Revenge” is about a revengeful person, who thinks to take revenge from an enemy. Sir Francis Bacon talks about merits and demerits of taking revenge.
Sir Francis Bacon has written “Of Death” to end the fear of death from human minds. He suggests that a person should end fear of death or overpower it.
Milton is known as Puritan Poet instead of John Donne. However, metaphysical poetry belongs to Puritan Age, in which Donne’s contribution is remarkable.
Bacon is known for worldly wisdom. He made an analysis of the world and in “Of Truth”, he guided his readers how to get success even in critical situations.
The Importance of Being Earnest Characters: Jack Worthing, Algernon Moncrieff, Gwendoline, Cecily, Lady Bracknell, Miss Prism, Dr. Chasuble, Lane, Merriman
The main purpose of Oscar Wilde was to satirize the upper-class Victorian society. He has presented many other themes in “Importance of Being Earnest”.
Many incidents are there in “Importance of Being Earnest” which demonstrate that the play was written for social satire. Wilde tries to cover every aspect.
As a love poet, John Donne was not practically mature yet poetically he was mature enough to get the attention of his readers. He has broken the tradition.
John Donne, indeed, is a metaphysical poet but many critics have doubt about it. It is because his poetry is limited to emotions and personal experiences.
Doctors made an analysis of the poet’s health and diagnosed fever and John Donne through poetic powers exemplified his condition in “Hymn to God, My God”.
A keen analysis of “A Hymn to Christ” helps us to find a form of the poem, which is a dramatic monologue. He has faith in his religion. He strengthens it.
“A Hymn to God The Father” belongs to “Holy Sonnets” of John Donne, in which he, after careful analysis of his life, asks forgiveness of his sins.
“A Valediction: Of Weeping” is a dramatic monologue of John Donne, in which he, after careful analysis, talks about the love between him and his beloved.
In this poem, he is addressing to his wife Anne Moore. The theme of the Poem is parting; therefore, the poet consoles her wife.
Analysis of “The Expiration” puts it in the category of “Love Poems”. It is the second closest love poem to metaphysical poetry after “Forbidden Mourning”.