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- If someone could point out a specific meaning in Duino Elegies what would it tell us? If someone say without a doubt what Duino Elegies is about, what would they say? They might say life, they might say death, or they might say neither. In either case they would probably be right, for Duino Elegies touches upon not only life and death but many others things having to do with human existence such as love, change, loss, and pain.
- Since the dawn of time, death has been one of the greatest mysteries known to humankind. It has been anticipated, mourned, feared, welcomed, loathed, induced, and, through the poetry of Emily Dickinson, death has almost been explained. Dickinson?s death-related poetic compositions reflect a metamorphosis of style and thought that distinguish her earlier work from that of her two later periods, and provide a means of understanding the mindset of the quasi-necrophobic poet, as well as an insight to the nature of death.
- This is life. No one knows how long they are going to live, but we can try to do all that we can to live longer. Aging is not controlled by any one. Aging is a genetic process. We get so old until our bodies breakdown.
- A. Quem quaeritus in sepulchro, O Christicolae? M. Ihesum Nazarenun, crucifixumm o caelicola. A. Non est hic; surrexit a mortuis C. Alleluia! resurrexit DominusVenite et videte locum!Deum Laudemus!(Quem Quaeritus, from Regularis Concordia, Ethelwold, Bishop of Winchestercirca.
- The Elegy was concluded at Stoke Poges in June, 1750, where Gray was buried. The churchyard as described by Gray is typical rather than particular; of the five disputed “originals” Stoke Poges bears the least resemblance to the graveyard in the Elegy.
- Andrew Crawley describes in his book ( England ), the English people as being profoundly conservative.The English men feel, instinctively, that the present is not only the creation of the contemporaries, but also the result of the work of many past generations.
- Poetry lifts the veil from the hidden beauty of the world, and makes familiar objects be as if they were not familiar, quoted Percy Bysshe Shelley in A Defence to Poetry. Of the poets from the English Romantic Period ( a period of love and admiration for the aesthetic portion of nature and the bond between nature and humanity ), Percy Bysshe Shelley ranked as one of the greatest.
- There is an undertone of rage and defiance throughout this, and other, volumes. (In ‘Animals Are Passing from Our Lives’, for instance, a pig refuses to be butchered, crying in the last line: ‘No.
- Who was Shakespeare? Was he a simple illiterate bard? Or was he an earl, born of sophistication and eloquence? It has been an argument that has spanned lifetimes. To some people it doesnt matter at all. He was just some random guy who wrote a bunch of good plays.
- Andrew Hudgins’ diction, point of view and tone used in “Elegy for My Father, Who is Not Dead” convey feelings of fear, jealousy and uncertainty in the possibility of an afterlife. The speaker, discussing the future death of his father, is forced to confront his own convictions as to the finality of death.
- Anne Bradstreet was a woman in conflict. She was a Puritan wife and a poet. There is a conflict between Puritan theology and her own personal feelings on life. Many of her poems reveal her eternal conflict regarding her emotions and the beliefs of her religion.
- One means the emotions that are motive, that have life in them and legs under them, whether they crawl underneath the surface of things or come out above the surface and face a world.
- Jack Kerouac is the first to explore the world of the wandering hoboes in his novel, On the Road. He created a world that shows the lives and motivations of this culture he himself named the ?Beats.? Kerouac saw the beats as people who rebel against everything accepted to gain freedom and expression.
- Christopher S. Price 10/7/1998 One can t paint Paris and Louisiana indifferently, it would turn into a kind of Monde Illustre. Besides, one must really make a very long stay to get hold of the customs of a race, that is to say of its charm. Instantaneous impressions are merely photographic.
- The Victorian age has been said to be a very diverse time. Historian T.B. Macaulay in 1838 said that the English had become “the greatest and most highly civilized people that ever the world saw.” Yet, another man by the name of Benjamin Disraeli, who was a writer and a politician, disagreed with this statement and pointed out that the existence of an England of “two nations who are as ignorant of each other’s habits, thoughts, and feelings, as if they were … of different planets; who are formed by a different breeding, are fed by a different food, are ordered by different manners, and are not governed by the same laws.
- Maya Angelou?s work has been heavily affected by the era in which she began to write. The fifties and sixties was a tumultuous time for most African-Americans in the US. The civil-rights movement, led by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the National Urban League, Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Rupert Brooke was one of the early poets in the war. He felt privileged like many to fight for their country. He died of illness in 1915 before having seen any action. He wrote in a romantic style of optimists towards war. He is remembered as a “war poet” who inspired patriotism in the early months of the Great War.
- This period pertained to traditional values and “wit”. The Diary of Samuel Pepys written by Samuel Pepys and A Journel of the Plague Years by Daniel Defoe are just a few examples of literary works from the Restoration Period.
- It is an undisputed fact that technology has changed nearly every facet of our lives. Technology and electronics have altered the ways in which we live, communicate and think. Most of the globe’s current population could not revert back to functioning without their pagers, cellular phones and now even e-mail.
- Miss Walker is not merely a sounding-board for these voices–I do not mean that. Nor do I mean that this is interesting and moving poetry because it was written by a Negro. It is too late in the day for that sort of meaningless patronage–and poetry must exist in its own right.