Category Poetry Notes

Trees are the Kindest Things I know – Summary, Appreciation and Solved Questions

This is a simple poem of four stanzas, about trees written by Harry Behn. The poem conveys the importance of trees to the world with the use of very simple images and the poem has a regular rhyme scheme. A regular rhyme means that you can see a pattern in the last words of each line. In this poem you will notice that the poem is in couplets with the last two words of each couplet having similar sounding words (example: know/grow, cows/boughs)
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Chapterwise description and Themes of Harvest

Chapterwise description of Harvest Manjula Padmanabhan’s Harvest is important in the canon of Feminist Theatre as they encapsulate what Helen Keyssar describes as, Productions of scripts characterized by the consciousness of women as women; dramaturgy in which art is inseparable from the condition of women as women; performance ( written…
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“The Garden”, by Andrew Marvel – Summary

"The Garden", by Andrew Marvell, is one of the most famous metaphysical poems of the seventeenth century. This poem was likely written in Marvell’s final years, when he had retired from tutoring Mary Fairfax, daughter of Thomas Fairfax (whom he addresses in Upon Appleton House, to my Lord Fairfax) who, in turn, was a General in the army of Oliver Cromwell.
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