John Donne, after careful analysis, decided to write “The Good Morrow”. He compares his former life with present and concludes that present life is better.
It is evident from Analysis of “The Sun Rising”, that Donne is unromantic poet. Readers have experienced new kind of poetic wit in this poem.
Analysis of “Go and Catch a Falling Star” reveals that it is not about beauty but about nature. Donne has challenged the loyalty of women.
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 […]
To do critical analysis, it is important to mention that “The Bee Meting” is one of the “Bee Poems” of Plath which deals with uncertainty and insecurity.
Unlike other poems of Sylvia Plath, situation analysis in “Morning Song” is not critical at all. It opens with a delightful image, however, ends in despair.
Critical Analysis of “Ariel”, shows that it is highly autobiographical, psychological and confessional.It is the most ambiguous and complex poem of Plath.
“You’re” remained controversial when critics did its critical analysis. In it Sylvia Plath addresses her unborn baby. She saw a lot of complications in life
Critics who have done critical analysis of bee poems including “The Arrival of Bee Box” point out that Sylvia Plath has written this poem with confidence.
Analysis of “Poppies in October” points out that it is neither critical nor traditional poem of Sylvia Plath. She does not shed tears on her father death.
Sylvia Plath is one of those writers, who have preferred womanhood in every field of life even in her poetry, which is called Sylvia Plath’s feminism.
Sylvia Plath is among those poets who preferred to write confessional poetry. Some other poets are Robert Lowell, Anne Sexton and W.D. Snodgrass.
What can we expect from a woman who tried to kill herself thrice? In history of American literature, poetry of Sylvia Plath has the most complex themes.
“About me” is all that Sylvia Plath wants to explain through her poetry. It has always been said that poetry of Sylvia Plath is autobiographical.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Knight and parson are very minutely painted by the poet in “Prologue to the Canterbury Tales”. Knight represents feudalism and parson symbolizes religion.
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 […]