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This is a 3-page essay discussing two characters from William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet. The essay will discuss Hamlet and Fortinbras as foil characters based on their thoughts and actions. It will draw on text from the play for support. It will also include personal insights. It relies on 1 source and is presented in MLA format. | more info

A total of five poems are composed and they are 6 pages in length. They are original composition. The five poems written are as follows: A Different Profession, Terrorists be hated, Don’t you start a war?, Marriage - My sister is hurt, An Unforgetful Tragedy. The poems written basically discuss terrorism, war and marriage issues. The poems end with a desire to pray for the betterment of the world with the support of teachings from God through holy books. The poems are written as creative writing work and therefore do not include any sources. | more info

Summary: this 6-page paper focuses on two poems by William Wordsworth and William Blake each. These poems indicate a pattern of abandonment and resentment respectively and convey different meanings. The paper also highlights the background of the poems to make the connection between pattern and meaning clearer. Paper uses five sources which are appended in APA format. | more info

This paper is about Georgia O'Keeffe's painting Red, White and Blue. It gives a summary of the painting, talks about positive and negative space, timelessness, surrealism, symbolism, regionalism, and the artist's interpretation. Pages: 6 Sources: 4 Format: MLA | more info

This essay analyzes the views of morality as seen in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, All My Sons, and The Crucible. The main characters and their struggle for success are discussed in each poem. The three pieces and their main topics are also compared to each other. The essay is concluded by again stating the recurring themes in all three works. Pages: 6 Sources: 3 Format: MLA | more info

This paper analyzes buffalo bill's, a poem by e.e. cummings. Specific examples are used from the poem to illustrate the descriptiveness and what the reader mentally pictures when reading the poem. Pages: 2.7 Sources: none Format: none | more info

This paper describes the poetry of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and how God and nature affect Coleridge's work. The author explains how Coleridge became a man of God and how his poems are reflections of his own feelings. Pages: 5 Sources: none Format: none | more info

This essay compares the views of death between Edgar Allen Poe, Herman Menville, and Nathaniel Hawthorne. How each man viewed death is analyzed and a writing by each is examined and used to illustrate their beliefs. Pages: 3 Sources: 3 Format: MLA | more info

This paper discusses To His Watch, by George Manley Hopkins. The paper analyzes the poem through a variety of ways. The paper discusses personification, description, the presence of Christianity, structure, rhythm, and Hopkin's biographical information. The paper concludes by comparing Hopkin's work to George Meredith's. Pages: 7 Sources: 6 Format: Chicago | more info

This paper analyzes the poem Riding a One-Eyed Horse by Henry Taylor and its meaning: how we should treat horses that only see half the world is not the way we should treat people who only see half the world. Pages: 2 Sources: none Format: none | more info

This essay discusses the presence of fantasy, violence, and irony in the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins, Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream and James Thurber's stories in The Thurber Carnival. Examples from the pieces are used to show the presence of the aforementioned themes. The tone and style of all three authors are considered and compared in how they choose to illustrate fantasy, violence, and irony. Pages: 7 Sources: 6 Format: MLA | more info

This paper discusses how John Donne's so-called love poetry clearly embodies a disparaging, if not downright misogynistic, view of women. The writer gives a brief look at Donne's background and then how Donne takes a derogatory view of women in his various poems including A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning, Love's Diet and The Baite, The Good-Morrow. The author also sometimes blames Donne's background as his motivation behind his poetry. Pages: 6.5 Sources: 6 Format: MLA | more info

This paper describes the poems of William Wordsworth and how nature influenced his writings. The essay describes four of Wordsworth's poems and how each poem discusses the beauty and the impact that nature has had on Wordsworth's life. Pages: 5 Sources: none Format: none | more info

This essay focuses on how Robert Phillips captures the feeling of a teenager when they realize that they are truly on their own through Phillips' use of metaphor, simile and symbolism. The author uses specific examples from the poem to illustrate this. Pages: 3 Sources: None Format: None | more info

This paper analyzes the poem On Being Thankful by Mattie J.T. Stepanek. The essay discusses some of the symbolism and imagery Stepanek uses to represent his feelings about his life and his condition. The different levels on which the poem can be read are also explained. Pages: 3 Sources: 1 Format: MLA | more info

This paper discusses how common elderly stereotypes can be seen in Faulkner's A Rose for Emily through the character Emily and in Mansfield's Miss Brill character Miss Brill. Pages: 3 Sources: 2 Format: MLA | more info

This is an analysis of the poem Wedding Ring. The writer shows that each stanza can be the response to a question using specific examples in the poem. Pages: 2.9 Sources: none Format: none | more info

This essay compares the poems A Comparison of God's Grandeur (Wordsworth) and The World is too Much With Us (Hopkins). The importance of nature is addressed in these poems and the difference in tone between the two authors is discussed. Pages: 2 Sources: none Format: none | more info

This paper summarizes Edgar Allen Poe's, The Cask of Amontillado. The writer describes some of the emotions that are extracted from the reader in this poem. Pages: 1 Sources: 1 (no bibliography) Format: MLA | more info

This is an informative paper about Cuban poet, Nicholas Guillen. It discusses his achievements and political affiliations. It also describes his three main categories of poetry and gives examples. Pages: 4 + bibliography Sources: 5 Format: MLA | more info

This paper describes the role of feudal lords as warriors. The writer discusses the personal qualities and materials needed that were expected of warriors during combat. The paper uses Bertran de Born's poem In Praise of Combat as its primary reference. Pages: 2 Sources: none Format: MLA | more info

This paper explains Rilke's poem, Intimation of Reality. The author provides a summary of the poem, and an analysis of the speaker, title, and each stanza. The author also gives an overview of the tone, literary devices, imagery, and meaning. Pages: 3 Sources: none Format: MLA | more info

This paper analyzes the poem, Elegy XIX by John Donne. The writer discusses some of the literary tools employed by Donne to seduce the woman of this poem. Pages: 3 Sources: 2 Format: MLA | more info

This paper discusses the effect of religious, social and political environments upon the literature works of Shakespeare's Hamlet, Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels, and Charles Dickens' Great Expectations. Pages: 7 Sources: 3 Format: MLA | more info

This paper talks about death and macabre in poetry. It looks at the poetry of Sylvia Plath, Theodore Roethke, and Elizabeth. Pages: 3 Sources: 3 Format: MLA | more info

This is a 3-page paper with no sources in MLA format on the poem Birches by Robert Frost describing the tone, metaphor, and theme of the poem. The poem’s setting is discussed in detail and the theme of life change is a major topic. | more info

This is a five page critical analysis of John Donne’s poem, “The Broken Heart.” The analysis includes areas of diction, prosody, irony, figures of speech, tone, theme, and allusion, but focuses on the strong imagery present in the poem. It is argued the strongest feature of the poem is the author’s metaphor comparing his heart to a broken glass that cannot be repaired. The poem is also compared to other works by the author. No sources were necessary outside of the original poem analyzed. | more info

This is a 2-page paper in MLA format with no sources explicating the poem Dream Rider by William Wallis. It is written at the college senior level and discusses themes and scenes from the poem. | more info

This is a 3 page literary analysis of Baudelaire's In Passing and Valery's The Footsteps. The two poems are compared and examined and background information on both poets is given. How certain events in life have attributed to the poets’ writings is also discussed. | more info

This two-page paper is written in MLA format, with no references cited. It consists of five paragraphs, the first one of which discusses the main idea of the poem (the inhumanity of war), its tone and the overall theme. Then four similes are chosen and individually discussed to determine why Salter chose them, and how each supports the poem’s theme. | more info

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