Summary and Critical Appreciation of Fra Lippo Lippi By Browning’s Poems

Critical Appreciation of Fra Lippo Lippi Browning’s Poems Browning’s poem Fra Lippo Lippi was published in 1855 in his collection Men and Women. The poem is written in the first person and is a classical example of a dramatic monologue.

Prose Analysis of Milton’s “Sonnet XIX”

Prose Analysis of Milton’s “Sonnet XIX” A Prose Analysis on Milton’s “Sonnet XIX” John Milton, a poet who was completely blind in 1651 wrote “Sonnet XIX” in 1652; this sonnet is his response to his loss of sight. The theme

18th Century Poems Analysis

18th Century Poem Analysis The differences between eighteenth-century literature and romantic poems, with respect to history is constituted here. This is seen through the influential works of John Keats and Alexander Pope. These works are acknowledged as, “The Rape of

Summary and Study Questions of We Real Cool by Gwendolyn Brooks

“We Real Cool” by Gwendolyn Brooks The pool players. Seven at the Golden Shovel. We real cool. We Left school. We Lurk late. We Strike straight. We Sing sin. We Thin gin. We Jazz June. We Die soon. About the

Nantucket by William Carlos Williams Summary and Analysis

Central Idea: In the poem “Nantucket” by William Carlos Williams, the use of verbs emphasizes the feeling of relaxation. This poem was written in 1934. The setting in this poem was in Nantucket which is a famous vacation city in

The Red Wheelbarrow – Summary, Analysis and Questions

The Red Wheelbarrow—William Carlos Williams “The Red Wheelbarrow” is a typically Williams poem—it elevates a humble object, sees it for what it is, does not blur it into a symbol, and writes about it in a plain, yet very graphic

Her Husband by Ted Hughes

Her Husband by Ted Hughes Ted Hughes, a famous English poet and a husband of Sylvia Plath, published a book Wodwo (1967) after her death. In this collection of poetry he presents a poem “Her Husband” that some people wrongly

Mowing By Robert Frost Summary, Analysis and Questions

Subject: The speaker describes the sound of his scythe cutting hay and speculates as to its significance. Themes: Rural work, haymaking, poetry. Context: ✍️ Between 1900 and 1911, Frost and his family lived on a farm in Derry, New Hampshire.

No Second Troy – Summary, Analysis and Question Answerse

The poem “No Second Troy” was published in the collection The Green Helmet and Other Poems (1910). The subject of the poem is the unrequited love of the poet for Maud Gonne, the beautiful and Irish nationalist firebrand, who he met in 1889, and instantly fell in love with. Though she was Yeats’s friend and collaborated with him as actor in the Irish plays the writer produced at the Abbey Theatre and Yeats would often visit her and show her his poems, she never returned his love. However, Yeats remained fascinated by her beauty and
personality all his life.

To a Shade Summary, Analysis and Question Answers

To a Shade by W.B. Yeats Introduction: The poem “To a Shade” by W.B. Yeats appeared in the collection “Responsibilities”. It commemorates Charles Stewart Parnell, the radical Protestant leader, the most prominent Irish politician of the 19th century. He formed

A Sea of Foliage: Summary and Model Question Answers

A Sea of Foliage KEY TERMS 1. foliage – vegetation, greenery 2. grids – surrounds 3. unvaried – exist in large numbers 4. clumps – bunches or clusters, things close to each other 5. green profound – deep, dark green

My Grandmother’s House By Kamala Das – Critical Summary and Model Questions

My Grandmother’s House (representative) Introduction Kamala Das is one of the three most popular Indian poets writing in English today, the other being Nissim Ezekiel and Ramanujan. Her poetry is all about herself, her deeply felt desire for love, her

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