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Features and Themes of Keats’ Poetry

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Romanticism fundamentally was a rebellion against the fake, pseudo-classical poetry in eighteenth Century. Wordsworth was the organizer of this development. Romantic artists might be separated into two gatherings – Old Romantics and Young Romantics.  Wordsworth, Coleridge and Scott. Wordsworth, Coleridge and Scott fit in with Early Romantics, while Keats, Shelley, and Byron constitute the Later Romantics. Keats was the last ...

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Metaphysical Conceits in John Donne’s Poetry

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A conceit is essentially a simile, or a correlation between two divergent things. In writing, a conceit is a developed analogy with a complex rationale that administers a beautiful section or whole poem. By comparing, usurping and controlling pictures and plans in shocking ways, a conceit welcomes the peruser into a more modern understanding of an object of examination. Dr. ...

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Social Satire in “The Rape of the Lock”

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The expression “satire” is inferred from the Latin word “satira” which is an artistic attack on the indiscretions and indecencies of an individual or a general public with a perspective for remedying them through delight and mocking composed either in writing or verse. Notwithstanding, as Shakespeare is the artist of man, Alexander Pope is a writer of society. “The Rape of the ...

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John Milton’s Grand Style in “Paradise Lost”

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“The name of Milton”, says Raleigh, “is turned into the imprint, not of a life story nor of a subject, however of a style – the most recognized in our verse.” In all that he has thought of he has inspired his unyielding identity and irrepressible innovation. John Milton is in every line of Paradise Lost as well as in ...

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‘The Rape Of The Lock’ A Representative Poem of the 18th Century

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An incredible masterpiece, however general in its claim, is the most ordinary result of its time. It is established in the contemporary society and social life and reflects that life is in its pith and totality. It is an extraordinary poem by all cannon of arts  and it does all that splendidly. Its center chiefly catches the regular peculiarities of the highborn class ...

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Role of Supernatural Machinery in “The Rape of the Lock

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Pope clarifies that “Machinery” is a term created by the critics to imply the part which divinities, plot, or evil spirits play in a ballad. He happens to say that the machinery in this sonnet is focused around the Rosicrucian precept of spirits in which the four components are occupied by sylphs, nymphs, gnomes and salamanders. The sylphs, whose home is ...

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Geoffrey Chaucer: A Medieval as well as Modern

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AS A MEDIEVAL POET The Medieval Atmosphere It was  customary in medieval England to go with arms. The yeoman bears a gay blade while the Miller conveys a sword and a buckler by his side. Indeed the Reeve has with his a corroded cutting edge. Common individuals’ adoration of music is practically certifiable in that age. The Miller engrosses his allies by ...

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Chaucer’s Contribution to English Language and Versification

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  Chaucer is the father of English poetry and even the father of English writing, we comprehensively imply that his commitment to the development of English verse or writing is a great deal more huge than that of his counterparts and antecedents. He has been acclaimed as the first realist, first humorist, the first account craftsman, the first extraordinary character painter, ...

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Chaucer : Father of English Poetry

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  Chaucer is the father of English poetry and even the father of English writing, we comprehensively imply that his commitment to the development of English verse or writing is a great deal more huge than that of his counterparts and antecedents. He has been acclaimed as the first realist, first humorist, the first account craftsman, the first extraordinary character painter, ...

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