Websites design and outlook are as important as the content on the page. The three websites that are chosen for this assignment are related to the some of the famous poets and historians. The first website is about Edwin Arlington Robinson In the website, Edward Arlington Robinson has been discussed in detail. The website talks about different events that took place in his life and where he came from, his achievements. The main focus is on his work. For example, his poem Miniver Cheevy has been described as his greatest comic characters but talks about very serious problems for the main character. Another one of his poems Richard Cory is also describes as his finest work; the structure is simple yet classic. The rhymes are set on a basic pattern. Cory has been described as the pinnacle of human establishment, but in one stanza of the poem the true tragedy behind the character is revealed. The poem is focusing on the difference between a personality of an individual and the appearance. His poem proves the saying of not judging a book by its cover.The website starts with a picture of him, the initial things about his life have been mentioned in bullet points, in my opinion it is user friendly because it is easily readable. The color scheme used by the designers, on the other hand, is very dark and the two tones can reflect off the screen.The second website is about Carl Sandburg (1878-1967) and can be found at http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/sandburg.htm. The website starts to talk about his past
From this research it is clear that one can infer that both ‘Richard Cory’ by Edwin Arlington Robinson and ‘The Tiger’ by William Blake are enriched with the use of denotation/connotation that really enhances their beauty and aesthetic appreciation. One can also say that it is the use of these poetical devices that make them really memorable in the minds of the readers.
A Discussion,Comparison and Contrasting of the Poems “Grass” and “The Mist” by Carl Sandburg.Carl Sandburg is an internationally acclaimed American poet,who claims the rare honor of having been awarded with the Pulitzer Prize twice.His poems,“Grass” and “The Mist,”deal with the elements of nature and their specific relevance to human lives.The author deftly uses several literary elements in these poems such as form,imagery,symbols tone etc to develop and communicate his theme to the audience.Poetry can be perceived as an art form where the artist has the leeway to display various literary elements to project subtle images,to communicate his or her ideas to the readers, without
In the poems ‘The Unknown Citizen’ by Auden and ‘Richard Cory’ by Robinson, the reader is witness to two works which satirize the human condition in quite similar ways of style, poetic devices and use of irony.
The investigation is structured in the form of a literature meta-analysis concerning an article specific to the nursing profession and its relationship to evidence-based practice. A hybrid approach is used to derive comparisons between a case study, and a literature meta-analysis of related findings.
Cornhuskers was another volume of his poems which was published in 1918. Sandburg won the first Pulitzer Prize in 1940 and the second Pulitzer Prize in 1951. An autobiographical account titled Always the Younger Strangers encapsulating the first two
ion, the author was trying to convey a specific message: that a person everyone might envy might simply be a man who perhaps have everything anyone can possible have in this world except peace of mind and love money cannot buy. Therefore, although he has everything that he could
In Mr. Flood’s Party, it is clear that Mr. Flood is not a mere “ne’er do well” drunk. There are details provided in the poem that give us a sense of his background and his former regard by others before he lost his place in society. Discuss the details that
Websites design and outlook are as important as the content on the page. The three websites that are chosen for this assignment are related to the some of the famous poets and historians. The first website is about Edwin Arlington Robinson…