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 […]
Certain elements of “Paradise Lost” are evident that Milton was a renaissance poet and it is a renaissance epic. The term renaissance refers to rebirth. Milton is one of those […]
John Donne is regarded as an incredible poet of his age. His poems are classified into two main categories. The first is love poems, whereas the second is divine poems. […]
Surrey’s contribution in English poetry is remarkable. He is the second sonneteer in English literature after Thomas Wyatt. On one hand, Thomas Wyatt tried his best to translate Italian sonneteer; […]
“Without contrariness is no progression” said Blake from your reading of his poems, describe how, Blake move from Songs of Innocence to Songs of Experience, “The exquisitely tender vision of […]
Ted did critical analysis of love between him and his daughter and wrote Full Moon and Little Frieda. Contrasting images are reason behind its popularity
Ted Hughes is called poet of animals. “That Morning” is a clear analysis of animal’s psyche through which Ted Hughes portrays critical theme of violence.
Chaucer is called the father of English literature. He is appreciated by many critics. In fact, he is ideal for many poets. He is pioneer of English language and literature. […]
The poet conducts critical analysis of procedure of writing poetry and the things which are required for it and then illustrates them in “The Thought Fox”
Ted Hughes interest in dreams and his recourse to occult symbolism are lined with the practice of many other modern poets. Discuss After renaissance, myth was reborn and many writers […]
Ted Hughes revived animal imagery. D. H. Lawrence is also considered a good animal lover but Hughes illustration is different from him in every sense.
Seamus Heaney being an Irish poet has used various themes in his poetry, which are related to his society. Most of the themes, which have been used by him in […]
“Toome Road” is a poem of Seamus Heaney in which he does critical analysis of war and fear and vividly illustrate them. He paints fear and impact of war.
Simple and short, “Personal Helicon” is a journey from childhood to adulthood. Perhaps, it is the journey of a poet. It may be the journey of every person. Seamus Heaney […]
Apparently, it is about customs, followed in the Iron Age but critical analysis of “The Tollund Man” reflects that it symbolizes Ireland’s history.
Seamus Heaney illustrates fear and death as commons themes in his poetry. “A Constable Calls” is not different from other poems of this great poet. Like other poems of Seamus […]
Before talking about the poem, it is necessary to have historical introduction of two political parties viz. capitalists and socialists; Capitalists promotes the capitalism; it is an economic system, in […]
Seamus Heaney is called “the greatest Irish poet since Yeats” due to incredible poems and bardic quality of converting simple events into poetry.
Heaney’s “A Constable Calls” is based on memory. It talks of distrust and fear. Elaborate Seamus Heaney, in his poems, explores the past. He grew up in Northern Ireland; therefore, […]
Critically examine the function of the wind in the development of thought in Dejection —- An Ode. Dejection is an ode, which was written by S.T. Coleridge in year 1808. […]