Click here to read poem only “Two Planets” is translation of Allama Iqbal’s poem “Do Sitare”. Iqbal is famous for presenting reality of life through examples. He creates imagery of common objects, through which he forces his readers to think from a specific perspective. This poem also follows the conventional style of Iqbal. The poet … Read more Critical Analysis of Two Planets by Allama Iqbal – Stanza by Stanza
Perhaps, Sylvia Plath did not know the value of life. She could not learn anything from her first attempt of ending her life in year 1953 though she could not succeed in it; perhaps sleeping pills were not enough to end her life, therefore, in year 1963, she again tried to kill herself again by … Read more Why Did Sylvia Plath Commit Suicide?
Sylvia Plath is the older daughter of Otto, who was a professor at Boston University. Her mother’s name is Aurelia Schoeber, who was a high school teacher. Out of the wedlock of Otto and Schoeber, Sylvia Plath was born on October 27, 1932 at Jamaica Plain, Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Her father mainly concentrated primarily … Read more Life and Career of Sylvia Plath
Literature definitely has a universal appeal. It is universal, therefore, read and accepted by every person living anywhere around the globe.Religions, customs, social issues cannot interfere in literature if it is written on the basis of human nature. Although, to some extent culture and society is mingled in literature but the purpose of a poet, … Read more Shakespeare as a universal poet
Obviously, an artist, either he is a painter; writer or a poet should have to imitate things by his mind with respect to his personal feelings, experience as well as knowledge. Thomas Wyatt is not different from the common artists. He accompanies them with regard to share his personal feelings in his sonnets. Nevertheless, the … Read more The Sonnet as a verse form usually expresses personal feelings. Discuss this statement with reference to the sonnets of “Thomas Wyatt”.
The remarkable work of Alexander Pope has retained popularity to this day because of the wonderful talent of Alexander Pope. Not a single line in the poem is considered boring as the writer has grip in translating humour in words. Before discussion the popularity of “Rape of Lock” till date, let’s first spread light on … Read more Why has the “Rape of Lock” retained its popularity to this day?