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Poet Essays


A poison tree: Poetry Prescription

A Comparison Essay on ‘A Poison Tree’ and ‘Envy’ In this essay, i will be comparing the two poems; ‘A Poison Tree’ and ‘Envy’. I will be picking apart the poem to try and find both similarities and differences of the

William Golding

William Golding was born in St Columb Minor in Cornwall in 1947. He lived in a house and his bedroom overlooked a green where boys would play football. For his whole childhood he long to be on that green instead

Chinua Achebe Biography

Chinua Achebe was born in 1930; he is a Nigerian novelist and poet, and he is generally acknowledged as the father of the African novel. Chinua Achebe was born in Ogidi in Nigeria; he is the child of Isaiah Okafor

Middle Passage: Voyaging on an Irony of Fate

Robert E. Hayden did not want to be known as an African American poet, but rather simply a poet. Because of his desire, Hayden endured much criticism from his own African American community. However, it was through this sort of

The Memoirs of Guibert of Nogent - Literary Analysis

Introduction Guibert read widely and as a young man admired the classical Latin poets, especially Virgil and Ovid, who influenced his literary style. He developed an interest in theology and wrote prolifically on issues of liturgical practice and Christian faith.

Epitaph on a Tyrant

Wyston Hughes Auden, or WH Auden, was a British poet, often considered by critics to be one of the best England has ever produced. Auden’s work is known, not only for its remarkable poetic calibre and craftsmanship but also for

The Radical Genius In Pablo Neruda

IN COMMENDATION OF NERUDA:             As intensely acknowledged as he is, Pablo Neruda led a personal, political and literary life in extremely controversial, epic proportions.  Pablo Neruda’s destiny to become a most revered, recognized, reputed literary genuius started to manifest

Analysis of "Sympathy" by Paul Laurence Dunbar

Paul Laurence Dunbar was an African American poet of the late 19th and early 20th centuries who lived through slavery, racism and segregation. So this poem is considered to be an extended metaphor where through out the entire poem Dunbar

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