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Speaker in the poem

Explore the ways in which Simon Armitage presents the experience of the speaker in the poem, “Out of the Blue” The writer Simon Armitage presents the speaker and his emotions in a depressing manner. The techniques that are used in the poem will be, personification, repetition, idioms and more. TheRead More

Role of women in For me from you

Women are powerful individuals who have overcome many obstacles to gain their rights. Women are portrayed as strong characters that defend their rights of feminism. Both “For me from you” and “Poem at thirty nine” are poems who convey different aspects of womanhood. In “Poem at thirty nine” the speakerRead More

First climax of the poem

The description of Absolon’s ironic unsuccessful ‘courtly love’ actions and pursuits, in the passage between 244 and 290, demonstrate the importance of effictio parody and the pathetic nature of his character. The physical humour of the fabliau is exhibited when Absolon serenades ‘in his vois gentil and smal’ underneath theRead More

Medea in Euripides

However, Medea also carries out rebellious acts which set her against the society of ancient Greece. Medea has committed a great number of rebellious acts. These range from Medea killing her brother so as to allow Jason and the Argonauts to escape Colchis, to helping Pelias’ daughters kill him whenRead More

The poem How Do I Love Thee?

In what ways, and how, does Elizabeth Barrett Browning convey deep and eternal love in the poem “How Do I Love Thee? ” from the Sonnets from the Portuguese XLIII? The poem “How Do I Love Thee? ” from the Sonnets from the Portuguese XLIII is a Petrarchan sonnet ofRead More