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MOLL FLANDERS
MOLL FLANDERS
Moll Flanders should be banned In the preface of Moll Flanders the narrator makes the claim that the story is one that should be read for moral purposes. The narrator defends that claim by stating that readers should take the story ?with the end of the writer than with the life of the person written of?(Defoe xxv). In other words, when the life of the person written of is one of lewdness, the story should be considered obscene regardless of the writer?s intentions . ?Obscenity in any guise or fo
Pearl
Pearl
Semantic Deviation: ?eyes,? introduction of day-to-day language hence foregrounding and Eliot?s persona Graphological Deviations: Intensify allusions from omission of key punctuation, connects the allusions to his underlying theme of ?hollow-ness,? (?style connects past and present? use if there?s more info on this somewhere), themes are intensified by this (obviously since the allusions are), the lack of punctuation and cohesive linguistic clues provide a continuity and pace to the thematic evo
I love English Language
I love English Language
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Exile
Exile
Exile Exile After the reading of poems such as The Seafarer, The Wanderer, as well as The Wife's Lament, there was a recurring theme of exilement within the poems. These passages are all of Anglo-Saxon poetry which would lead one to believe that exilement may be a common theme within these poems because of couple reasons. One may be because one may be on a journey for another king. Another reason may be that one exiles themselves to find a loved one . Maybe exilement was used as reminder.
Art through the ages
Art through the ages
From stick figures in the sand and the earliest animals painted and carved in stone, people worldwide have reacted to the world by making images. The fundamental goal of art, especially in the past, was to convey meaning and express important ideas, revealing what was significant to every society, by arresting images. In recognizing the subject matter of any painting, you have to look at the artist's intentions, which are regularly connected to social conditions, national or global issues and t
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia Galicia is located in the green northwestern part of Spain. If it was not for Santiago de Compestela, Galicia may not have been known as well as it is. As it is some os Galicia's provinces are not even known to tourists, and probably will never be. Unlike the rest of Spain, Galicia looks much like Ireland. Which attracted the Celts during their exploration. The landscape is lush and filled with pine and eucalyptus. Galicia also has some of the best beaches in all of Spain. Gallegos (Gal
Alex Bell
Alex Bell
Alex Bell Huma 3303 November 21 , 2015 History of shadowlands William Nicholson was born in 1948 and is the original master mind behind the story of shadow lands. The film that we have today actually started off out as a play for television and a live stage show. It would be called the best play in 1990 and also won him a Tony Award. In 1994 Nicholson worked with Richard Attenborough in order to turn his stage play into a full film. The film itself was shot mostly in England in places such as C
THE COMMENTARY OF SHAKESPEARE S  SONNET 12
THE COMMENTARY OF SHAKESPEARE S SONNET 12
1. FFFFDEVOIR NR 1 THE COMMENTARY OF SHAKESPEARE S SONNET 12 When I do count the clock that tells the time , And see the brave day sunk in hidoeus night, When I behold the violet past prime, And sable curls all silvered oer with white, When lofty trees I see barren of leaves, Which erst from heat did canopy the herd, And sumers green all girded up in sheaves Borne on the bier with white and bristly beard : Then of thy beauty do I question make That thou among the wastes of time must go, Since
THE COMMENTARY OF SHAKESPEARE S  SONNET 12
THE COMMENTARY OF SHAKESPEARE S SONNET 12
1. DEVOIR NR 1 THE COMMENTARY OF SHAKESPEARE S SONNET 12 When I do count the clock that tells the time , And see the brave day sunk in hidoeus night, When I behold the violet past prime, And sable curls all silvered oer with white, When lofty trees I see barren of leaves, Which erst from heat did canopy the herd, And sumers green all girded up in sheaves Borne on the bier with white and bristly beard : Then of thy beauty do I question make That thou among the wastes of time must go, Since swe
THE COMMENTARY OF SHAKESPEARE S  SONNET 12
THE COMMENTARY OF SHAKESPEARE S SONNET 12
1. DEVOIR NR 1 THE COMMENTARY OF SHAKESPEARE S SONNET 12 When I do count the clock that tells the time , A And see the brave day sunk in hidoeus night, B When I behold the violet past prime, A And sable curls all silvered oer with white, B When lofty trees I see barren of leaves, C Which erst from heat did canopy the herd, D And sumers green all girded up in sheaves C Borne on the bier with white and bristly beard : D Then of thy beauty do I question make E That thou among the wastes of time
TS Eliot
TS Eliot
TS Eliot Eliot is known for his very complex and lengthy style. He is the author of some of the most famous poems, especially in the modernist style of writing, and his literature is well quoted. Arguably, his most famous work is Hollow Men, whos last four lines are some of poetrys most quoted, ever. However, he wrote many other important poems, including the Wasteland and the Love Song of Alfred J Prufrock. These poems are characterized by allusions to other works, both his own works and othe
Point Shirley
Point Shirley
Point Shirley By Sylvia Plath Biography: Sylvia Plath was born on October 27th, 1932 in Boston, Massachusetts, the daughter of a student, Aurelia Schober, and her professor, Otto Plath. She was the oldest of two children, with a younger brother named Warren. When she was four, her family moved to Winthrop, Massachusetts, close to Point Shirley, the namesake of the poem and the place where her mother grew up. From a young age, Plath showed an interest and a prowess in poetry and the arts, having
John Keats
John Keats
John Keats John Keats is considered one of the most important and influential romantic poets. Almost all of his writing was romantic, and helped define the genre. What sets romantic poetry, and Keats poetry, aside from others was the focus on beauty, the vivid descriptions and attention to details in his poems, and the imaginative narratives and style. A major theme in his poems, especially the odes, is desire to escape his human life through art. His poem Ode to a Nightingale is a perfect exam
Dead Poets Society and One flew over the Cuckoo
Dead Poets Society and One flew over the Cuckoo
Dead Poets Society and One flew over the Cuckoo‘s nest Bill Beattie once said, The aim of education should be to teach us how to think rather than what to think- ratherto improve our minds, so as to enable us to think for ourselves, than to load the memory with thoughts of other men. Too often it does happen when our individual thoughts are crushed by the powerful forces of conformity. In the film Dead Poets Society, conformity exercises its influence in which the results may prove to be
Zach Mann
Zach Mann
Zach Mann March 23, 2017 ENG 200 Dr. Jeong Oh-Kim Wordsworth's Use of Poetry John Keat's used his poem To Autumn to personify nature and use that personification to describe the feelings he had through each stage of life, or how he felt they should be personified. William Wordsworth used poetry in a very similar way. In his poem's Rainbow and I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud it is clearly seen how he portrays his emotions and his thoughts through personification of nature. That's what poetry
Gwen Harwood's poetry offers an exploration into t
Gwen Harwood's poetry offers an exploration into t
Gwen Harwood's poetry offers an exploration into the ideas of time and place and their implications on the understanding of the enduring values of relationships. This is made explicit through her poems ‘Mother Who Gave Me Life', ‘The Violets' and ‘At Mornington'. ‘Mother Who Gave Me Life' explores the value of motherhood and relationships that transcend time. This is emphasised through I think of women bearing women. Forgive me the wisdom/ I would not learn from you. This is because t