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Analysis Of Dickinson's "I Felt A Funeral In My Brain"
Number of words: 439 - Number of pages: 2

.... under attack, and the beating drum symbolizes the waves of feeling which numb the mind. In the third stanza, the poet states that she hears the mourners lift the coffin. Again, they move slowly across her soul with feet which seem encased in lead. Am intensification of attack on the mind by bringing together images of sound and weight is suggested. She hears the mourners as they lift the coffin and begin to move, and she feels their feet which seem to be encased in lead. In stanza four, the figure is continued in the sound of a tolling bell. Th .....

Analysis Of John Donne's Sonnet 10 And Meditation 17
Number of words: 434 - Number of pages: 2

.... just a few. In the sixth stanza he says why should people gloat about death if know man has control over death? Why should you have pride about death? In the final stanza he says that our lives are but a short sleep compared to the eternal live we have after we awaken from that sleep. Once we die the soul is alive and death no longer presides. We are brought into eternal life. Death can no longer take us because it already has. Meditation 17, by John Donne The passage that I chose that best demonstrates the theme is, “No man is an island, entire of its .....

Poem: I Guess It Was Not In Jane's Mind
Number of words: 204 - Number of pages: 1

.... my ring, She said “Oh, you sweet thing!” All that for just one crummy line!! I guess it was not in Jane's mind, That her figure was so well defined. So she went to health clubs, For health food and back rubs, Now look; if you do, you'll go blind!! I guess it was not in Jane's mind, That her teeth were poorly aligned. The boys did not go near, For, her chops they did fear, Till she had her mouth re-designed. I guess it was not in Jane's mind, That a job she needed to find. When they cut .....

"Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night": Death Through Repetition And Diction
Number of words: 563 - Number of pages: 3

.... the ongoing war between life and death. The old man went back and forth between life and death as the stanzas' last lines switched back and forth. In the end, the two last lines join together as the old man and his son accept that death is a part of life. Next, the references to "good men," "wild men," and "grave men" display the three basic stages of life: birth, life, and death. In stanza three, the stanza pertaining to "good men," the portion "the last wave by" depicts the old man's generation as fewer and fewer still live. The color symbolism of the "gree .....

Blake's "The Fly"
Number of words: 946 - Number of pages: 4

.... reader. Blake also says that men are similar to the fly due to their position in life. "For I dance And drink and sing, Till some blind hand Shall brush my wing." Man is just as vulnerable as a fly, being a man can be killed at any time in his life just like a fly can be killed any time in his life. Also, "The Hand of God" can strike down a man the same a fly is struck down by the hand of man. This view by Blake is quite depressing. One can be carefree about their life, yet thinking is the most essential part of man. "If thought is life A .....

Compare And Contrasting Two Robert Frost Poems Of Spiritual Views
Number of words: 919 - Number of pages: 4

.... his earthly and spiritual worlds and to achieve a balance between the two that elevates and defines him as a creature of God. Robert Frost and Wilbur Richard rely on good word choice to exemplify their common theme. Frost's "Take Something Like a Star" sticks with the word star to represent God. All of the adjectives that Frost uses to describe the star also go hand in hand with God. In the Poem "Love Calls Us to the Things of This World", Wilbur uses laundry on a clothesline to characterize the human spirit. Wilbur uses more nouns to describe the spiritua .....

"The Love Song Of J. Alfred Prufrock": Surrealism And T.S. Eliot
Number of words: 906 - Number of pages: 4

.... any similarity "strangely evocative explorations of the symbolic suggestions of objects and images." Its unusual, sometimes startling juxtapositions often characterize surrealism, by which it tries to transcend logic and habitual thinking, to reveal deeper levels of meaning and of unconscious associations. Although scholars might not classify Eliot as a Surrealist, the surreal landscape, defined as "an attempt to express the workings of the subconscious mind by images without order, as in a dream " is exemplified in "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock." "P .....

Prose And Style In D.H. Lawrence's Sons And Lovers
Number of words: 1160 - Number of pages: 5

.... could take it away; it was almost their belief in life. [9]But Clara was not satisfied. [10]Something great was there, she knew; something great enveloped her. [11]But it did not keep her. [12]In the morning it was not the same. [13]They had known, but she could not keep the moment. [14]She wanted it again; she wanted something permanent. [15]She had not realized fully. [16]She thought it was he whom she wanted. [17]He was not safe to her. [18]This that had been between them might never be again; he might leave her. [19]She had not got him; she was .....

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