A discussion of the Romantic ideal of transcendent consciousness through a close-reading of Shelley's 'Mont Blanc' and Wordsworth's 'Tintern Abbey'; an examination of the role of faith and optimism in each author's epistemology; a comparison of the two authors' view of the relation between man's inner experience and his outer experience.
An examination of Hemingway's narrative consciousness--the juxtaposition of disjointed voices, and bare-facts understatement; also, a discussion of the modernist mindset behind this consciousness.
This is the story of a young couple testing their relationship to see whether it can grow beyond it's boundaries or if it's doomed for failure.
The “Wanderer” is a vagrant, often fleeing entity that does not “fit” into society. Alice Walker’s Shug Avery, the wandering woman who sings the blues in The Color Purple, has commonalities with Gomer, the wandering prostitute in the biblical book of Hosea. The similarities between Gomer and Shug Avery allow for Walker to question the role of Black women in a southern American society as well as the role of women’s sexuality in society.
....she looked at me with a sexy smile that almost made me grab my chest so my heart wouldn’t jump out, reached down in her book bag, never losing eye contact ....
Poem written overlooking the Falls park in Sioux Falls, SD.
...The first time I laid eyes on you I swear you winked at me. You already had an aura of beauty and innocence that would make a bare-foot blind man tap dance on hot lava rocks just to say he was in the presence of perfection....
She was perfect. If was to die tomorrow I would be content knowing that I was graced with the presence of an Angel before I even reached the door steps of the Holy Palace of
This is essay is an examination of several key themes in Thomas Grey's
this poem is a reflection of an earthquake - my thought and prayers are with those affected by the earthquakes in Indonesia
TRIBUTE TO EVERY WOMAN WHO HAS HAD TO DEAL WITH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE THROUGH A SONS EYES
You are the sun that brightens up my day,
The trunk on our family tree, every breath I take, every move I make
I say thanks because without you, there is no me
....Is it even possible to reach the unreachable or should we just start making gravesites for every fourth young black male born in America. It should be made to fit a male between the ages of 13-26 and it should have a lot of space so that the occupant can set aside the heavy burden that life had attached to the persons shoulders.....
This literature majorly explains the cause of woman's problem in her husband's home and work place as well. Mrs. Nora, Torvald's wife was cheating on Torvald due to her secret relationship with an old friend who was also employed by Torvald, a banker. At last, Torvald got separated with Nora took the children with him. At last, the
This poem is specific to a past relation with my biological father. It is written in segments beginning each stanza with the words,
I wanted to imitate some of Jane Austen's style and tone in an original story set in a modern classroom, using Pride and Prejudice as a springboard.
It starts off with the immortal words:
A comparison of Keats' representation of women within three of his works: 'Isabella,' 'Lamia,' and 'The Eve of St. Agnes.' By examining each of these poems in turn and in conjunction, it becomes clear that Keats had a very complex view of women.
An inspirational poem
A poem on peace