"I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" is a poem written by William Wordsworth in 1882. The poem presents the spectacular beauty of nature in three distinct parts. The first part expresses Wordsworth's lonely life. The second part narrates how...
Have you ever wondered why poetry submissions are rejected so much? Do you know that an estimated 85% of poetry submissions are rejected by publishers yearly? Unfortunately, these rejections make writers think about the reasons that lead to disappointments....
Robert Frost and Carl Sandberg are two great American writers who have left a legacy for generations to follow. Many institutions across the globe have added their works to the course syllabus. The poems selected here for analysis have...
William Shakespeare was an English poet and playwright whose works are still enjoyed. He is widely acclaimed for his remarkable plays and poetry. He wrote the famous romantic sonnets, the best known of which is perhaps Sonnet 18 (Shall...
Langston Hughes’s poem, Harlem, is short yet meaningful that talks about the deferred dream’s fate. Using his poetic intellect, Hughes few words describe how his dream was doomed, leaving him hopeless and disheartened. The writer has explained his emotions...
Definition of Imagery Imagery refers to figurative language; it is a powerful literary tool because it enables the writer to create strong mental images of their ideas in the reader’s mind. By using this powerful figure of speech, poets and...
Introduction “Stopping by Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost is a symbolic poem. It does not take the readers to a rural setting but also makes them experience the depicted scenes. It begins when the speaker is...
J. K Rowling has amazed the world with her Harry Potter Series. The way she has created fictional characters in her novels, Harry Potter Series, is commendable. Harry Potter, a series of seven fantasy novels, chronicles the lives of...
Definition of Paraphrasing Paraphrasing is a great tool for writing and revision in general, especially when you’re dealing with poetry. It allows you to look at poetry in a different way than you normally would, and by doing this, it...
Many writings around the world have explored universal phenomena such as stress, anxiety, and depression. Yet, is there any literary genius who tried to explain this vast concept in just a few lines of poetry, giving it an epic...
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