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Whitman's 'Song of Myself'vs. Ginsberg's 'Howl'
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A 5 page paper that addresses the individual expectations of each of the authors with regard to these works, their personal experience, and how each saw his solution to the complexity and ambiguity in his personal existence in a nation in which it has become increasingly difficult to find a coherent ideology or ethnic identity. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Whitman.doc

Whitman’s “Noiseless Patient Spider”
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A 5 page paper on this poem by Walt Whitman, in the broader context of Whitman’s life and work. The paper observes that Whitman believed that our unique ability as Americans to use our creativity to reach out to one another -- like a spider spinning its web -- was both our defining characteristic and our salvation. Bibliography lists four sources (attached).
Filename: KBwhitm.wps

Whitman’s “When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d”
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A five-page paper analyzing Walt Whitman’s poem in terms of its relationship to the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. The paper looks carefully at symbolism and imagery, concluding that Whitman uses his poetic art to help him work through his shock and grief. No additional sources.
Filename: KBlilacs.wps

In Memory Of W. B. Yeats
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5 pages in length. Wystan Hugh Auden has a most curious use of style within his many works. The manner by which he utilizes rhyme leaves the reader to interpret more than just the author's obvious implications. As well, while his sometimes-morbid creations can plunge one into the depths of the poem's intended despair, they are ripe with artistry and illusion. To illustrate these points, the writer will discuss one of Auden's most popular pieces, In Memory of W. B. Yeats. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Memyeats.wps

The Sacred & The Profane In Wallace Stevens' 'Sunday Morning'
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A 3 page explication of Wallace Stevens' famous long poem. It presents the difficulties inherent in a deistic view of the sacred, but stops short of advocating a truly Christian vision; in fact, it ends by advocating no vision at all. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Stevens.wps

Wallace Stevens' 'The Rock' / Reality, Illusion, & Imagination
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A 6 page paper analyzing Stevens' poem in terms of the way it deals with alternate modes of reality. The paper particularly concentrates on how 'The Rock' uses metaphor to emphasize the metaphysical nature of existence. Bibliography lists six sources.
Filename: Therock.wps

Love and Romanticism in Blake and Hemans
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A ten page paper looking at the way poets William Blake and Felicia Hemans looked at the issue of romantic love in several selected poems. The paper argues that neither writer was really capable of seeing marriage and love as a relationship of equals. The poems covered include Hemans’ “Image in Lava” and “The Mirror in the Deserted Hall,” and Blake’s “Marriage of Heaven and Hell.” Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: KBhemans.wps

Man vs. Nature In The Poetry of the Romantic Era
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An insightful, 6 page essay on how the poems of Blake, Wordsworth & Keats represented a renewed hope for civilization. The writer argues that each of these poets spoke of how the world could be cured of its problems if man would only work in harmony with nature. Wordsworth's 'The World is Too Much With Us' and Blake's 'London' are among the poems used in this analysis. No Bibliography.
Filename: Poemhero.rtf

The Little Black Boy
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A 3 page paper discussing the poem of the same title by William Blake. In the examination of this poem we illustrate three separate themes within the poem. These themes are innocence, faith, and lack of worth. By illustrating these themes we gain a very accurate picture of the speaker and learn things about innocence and experience. Unlike other poems, which illustrate innocence as something to be treasured, this poem illustrates a sad innocence that is better grown out of. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAclouds.wps

The Tyger, The Lamb, & The Mill In William Blake
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A 5 page paper discussing how the use of image or metaphor in three of William Blake's poems can both illuminate and cloud his meaning. The paper shows that if the concepts being alluded to are well-known and well-understood, reference to them enhances the intelligibility of the poem, but if the sources are themselves obscure, reference to them only makes the poem more difficult to understand. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Blakepo.wps

William Blake : Philosopher, Creator, or Mystic ?
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An in-depth, 7 page discussion of Blake's life and works, citing various writings and their interpretations. Bibliography cites 4 supporting sources.
Filename: Blake.wps

William Blake as Romantic
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A 5 page paper looking at the way this nineteenth century British poet expressed the ideology of the Romantic movement. Following an extensive definition and history of Romanticism, the paper looks at two of his poems -- 'The Little Black Boy', and 'The Chimney Sweeper', both from Songs of Innocence -- in terms of their romantic qualities. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Blakerom.wps

William Blake's 'Songs of Experience'
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A 5 page paper that takes the view that Blake believes the enjoyment of life is tainted by circumstances and religion. As an advocate against poverty, Blake's view of Eve's fall from grace takes on the dimensions of the wandering and abused Lycra. Blake's collection identifies those things that brought him joy and those things that were anathema to a true enjoyment of life. By the end of his life, his emotions are shielded in defense. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Blakexpe.wps

William Blake's 'The Chimney Sweeper' and the Theme of Child Neglect
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A 6 page paper discussing this theme in William Blake's infamous Romantic-era poem. The writer details various references made by Blake to child neglect and also describes some of the attitudes that were prevalent at that time. Thesis is well-argued and well-supported. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Blakechi.rtf


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