For any additional help: email@example.com The Poem http://www.poetry-archive.com/b/last_lines.html Background of the Poet Emily Jane Brontë was an English novelist and poet. Best known for her only novel, Wuthering Heights, now considered a classic of English literature. A member of the very famous and renowned Brontë family. Structure and Rhyme Scheme 7 quatrains/stanzas. There is an … Continue reading Last Lines (by Emily Brontë) In-Depth Analysis and Critical Evaluation
For any additional help: firstname.lastname@example.org The Poem http://www.bartleby.com/291/52.html Background of the Poet Celebrated beauty and poet in the 17th and 18th Century. Structure and Rhyme Scheme 1 stanza which compromises of 11 couplets (22 lines). Could denote the orderly nature of life: how death must warp us one day eventually, and how Monck is content … Continue reading Versus Written on Her Death-bed at Bath to Her Husband in London (by Mary Monck ‘Marinda’) In-Depth Analysis and Evaluation
For any additional help: email@example.com The Poem https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems-and-poets/poems/detail/55326 Background of the Poet Charlotte Mew was an English poet. Her works span the cusp between Victorian poetry and Modernism, and this is definitely seen with this poem and its unique and idiosyncratic structure and style of dealing with the concept of love and wisdom. Structure and … Continue reading Rooms (by Charlotte Mew) In-Depth Analysis and Evaluation
For any additional help: firstname.lastname@example.org The Poem https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems-and-poets/poems/detail/45579 Background of the Poet 16th Century ambassador and poet. Credited with introducing the Sonnet structure into English Literature. Mainly uses the Petrarchan formatting of the Sonnet. Structure and Rhyme Scheme ABBA-ABBA-CDE-CDE (Petrarchan Sonnet - divided into an octave and sestet) Single stanza. Orderly and organised. Petrarchan sonnet … Continue reading I Find No Peace (by Sir Thomas Wyatt) In-Depth Analysis and Evaluation
‘The Village Saint’ is s short story written by the reputable short-story writer Bessie Head where she explores the concept of a village which is enriched with facades: an idea that we can not only relate to this village, but rather, communities as a whole. ‘Games at Twilight’ is a short story written by Anita … Continue reading Discuss the significance of the setting in any two stories you have read (‘The Village Saint’ by Bessie Head & ‘Games at Twilight’ by Anita Desai).