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Alfred, Lord Tennyson: Boundless Beauty

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In the paper “Alfred, Lord Tennyson: Boundless Beauty” the author gives his attitude towards verse, which has been one of anticipated difficulty, and the determination to ‘get through it as quickly and painlessly as possible!’ It remained merely an unavoidable part of the academic syllabus…
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Ulysses by Alfred Lord Tennyson

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The 19th century was characterized by a variety of unique cultural characteristics that had a significant influence on the literature written during this period. The poem “Ulysses” by Alfred Lord Tennyson, written in this century is representative of the characteristics of this period in history…
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Ulysses by Alfred Lord Tennyson

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This research is being carried out to evaluate and present the Poem “Ulysses”. "Ulysses" is a poem in blank verse by the Victorian poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809–1892), written in 1833 and published in 1842 in his well-received second volume of poetry. …
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The Lady of Shalott by Alfred, Lord Tennyson

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The essay "The Lady of Shalott by Alfred, Lord Tennyson" describes that the poem The Lady of Shalott, arranged in four parts, talks about the inner dilemmas and conflicts that an artist faces constantly. The rewards of resolutely focusing on the artistic world are at times insufficient to compensate for the emptiness experienced in the artist’s personal life. …
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What Does the Writer Alfred, Lord Tennyson Think of Ulysses

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The paper "What Does the Writer Alfred, Lord Tennyson Think of Ulysses?" highlights that Tennyson thinks of Ulysses as a hero and he appreciates him as a king and a friend.  The desire to travel the arc makes Tennyson want to have the same experience rather than sit around in Ithaca and do nothing…
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Victorian Literature
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The poetry that was written during this era was thus called the Victorian poetry (literature). This paper aims at analyzing this era in the poetic context and also in the…
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Victorian Literature
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Robert Browning and Alfred Lord Tennyson are considered masters in dramatic monologues based on different works. Despite variety in themes, fear strikes out to be a major idea in both of…
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Victorian Era Poets

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The Victorian Era's conception of the sexes was definitely an either-or mentality, where reason and feelings are radically split and applied. That in today's world, women are recognized as competent in the sphere of work as much as men utilizing the rational faculties when given the opportunities - would not occur to the stereotypical Victorian mindset, at least to those purveyors of the notion that women are not naturally inclined to think abstractly or have artistic abilities…
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The Art of English
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“Choose an everyday text and a text that would be considered literary in the canonical sense of the word. By applying close textual analysis to each, using at least two appropriate analytical methods, show how the three main strands of the module can interweave to show the similarities and differences between the texts and the degree of creativity that is evident in each”. …
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A Comparison of Homers Odysseus and Tennysons Ulysses
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The author compares the treatments of the story of Odysseus and Ulysses, paying special attention to the significance of the journey itself and of Ithaca: Homer Odyssey, Tennyson. The paper contains a brief overview of the plot of Homer’s Odysseus and thematic analysis of Tennyson's “Ulysses”…
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Emily Dickinsons Portrayal of Death
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In the paper “Emily Dickinson’s Portrayal of Death” the author discusses different interpretations and images of the death concept. This paper focuses on two of Emily Dickinson’s poems about death: “Because I Could Not Stop for Death (BICNSFD)” and “Death Sets a Thing of Significant (DSTS).”…
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Interpret The Lady of Shalott from a feminist perspective. As a starting point, consider her confinement, the mirror, the loom, and/or Camelot
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In addition to this, it also covers an angle where real is in conflict with art or as we may call it, an image.
To give a concise…
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The Lady of Shalott by Alfred Tennyson

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“The Lady of Shalott” by Lord Tennyson portrays the story of a woman who lives in a tower in Shalott, an island on the river that runs to Camelot. There is a curse on the woman, and hence, she is not able to look directly out of the window. Therefore, she uses a mirror to…
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EMBA 560 Executive position week 4 discussion 4
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1. In setting direction some executives go to great lengths to explain the "Whys" (the basis for the strategy and the rationale for the choice) while others communicate the "What and How".  What thinking is behind these behaviors?  What causes some leaders to avoid the "Whys"?…
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Poem Assignment Analysis or Character
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“Ulysses” By Lord Tennyson         Lord Alfred Tennyson wrote the poem ‘Ulysses’ in blank verse and it is in the form of a dramatic monologue by the central character. Ulysses the great warrior has returned home to the island of Ithaca after fighting in the savage Trojan War…
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The Poems - Death and old age
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The essay explores the poem "Death and old age". The poem is written by John Mellencamp who is a song and poem writer basically from Indiana. He is a rock singer as well. He is primarily famous for meaningful poetry with delightful voice. The poem is written in context of death and old age. …
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The Use of Sports in The Blind Side
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The Use of Sports in ‘The Blind Side’ The Blind Side is a movie which at first blush appears to be a sports movie, but later proves to be about family, with sports as background. A homeless 16-year-old African American child of a murdered father and drug-addicted mother (Lawrence, 2009), Michael Oher is taken in by a well-off Caucasian American family, largely through the initiative of Leigh Anne Tuohy, the apparently strong-willed, soft-hearted mom…
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Literary analysis of poetry
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It is old in the sense that it has “always” been used to designate literature from around the world, and that at least since the time of Goethe it has been used not only to specify a literary canon but also to engage in…
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'The displacement of poetry by the novel suggests that the novel more successfully reflects the spirit of the age.' Do you agree Discuss, in relation to ONE po

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When one takes a look at the literary scene of ages past (although not too distant), one can discern that the landscape was dominated by a genre – the poetry. We recall Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Othello as a story written in eloquent poetry. Suffice it to say, when you were a…
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The Novel and Poetry
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An essay "The Novel and Poetry" reports that when one takes a look at the literary scene of ages past (although not too distant), one can discern that the landscape was dominated by a genre – the poetry. We recall Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Othello as a story written in eloquent poetry…
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King arthur
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Despite the lack of conclusive evidence regarding their actual existence, it is undeniable that King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table have greatly influenced and inspired people across the ages. The adventures and gallantries of these remarkable characters have served as theme for myriad forms of literature which we continue to enjoy hitherto…
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Discuss Odysseus as an ideal of manly conduct and resourcefulness in ancient Greek society
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Odysseus manly conduct and resourcefulness in ancient Greek society Odysseus was also known as Ulysses. He was born in the Ancient Greece. He was a Greek legend and a king of his hometown Ithaca as well as the hero in Odyssey, the Greek epic that was a sequel to the Iliad (Montiglio 56-9)…
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Critical Commentary on Orientalism
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The researcher of this paper aims to analyze the term orientalism. It is descriptive of the portrayal of different characteristics of Middle Eastern cultures by writers from the West. There are different explanations that can be said to signify the true meaning of orientalism…
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1.European society was in a state of ideological and political upheaval after the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars. Based on Lualdis sources discuss the varieties of ideological and political responses that begin to dominate public discourse
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French and English literally writers came up with the term industrial revolution to depict the social changes arising from urbanization and industrialization. Innovations accompanied the rising demands of the populations John Kay patented the flying shuttle in 17331 and it was…
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Poetry analysis - Alfred Tennyson

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Poetry Analysis Alfred Tennyson is an English poet who was born on 1809 in Sommersby England. He was born during the beginning of the French Revolution and at the last part of the Napoleonic Wars. Alfred demonstrated a love for poetry at an early age…
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Compare and Contrast two Poet Laureate from U.S. and England
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Poet Laureates from U.S. and England: a comparative study Introduction History has always recorded the enviable position of poets in society during the pastime. It is said that they had been enjoyed special seats beside kings and lords and assumed a royal position…
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A Comparison Poet Laureates from U.S. and England
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The paper aims to study the title ‘Poet Laureate,’ identifying the popular poet laureates of the past centuries and attempting a comparative study between Poet Laureates from two different countries, specifically, England and The United States and make comparisons or contrasts, about them…
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Love - And Its Portrayal In Literature
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Love is a very exciting and aesthetic feeling. It is probably one of the deepest emotions that a man is able to feel, and they say that if one does not, or if one closes himself from the idea of love, he is committing a grave crime by doing so…
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The Influence of Thomas De Quincey on Nineteenth-Century Medicine
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The paper “The Influence of Thomas De Quincey on Nineteenth-Century Medicine” seeks to evaluate Thomas De Quincey, nineteenth-century author of Confessions of an English Opium Eater, who was what the medical profession today might consider a challenge in terms of his lifelong addiction to the drug…
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Research Paper on a comparison of Charles Dickens and Alexis Tocqueville's views on America

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America in the 1800s was generally understood to be a land that had finally managed to free itself of the various wrongs of the old world and institute a new era in which men were born free and died free, where all disputes were settled equitably and fairly regardless of class…
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A psychoanalytical criticism of Edmund Spenser's Fairie Queene
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The poem represents virtues & their victory over evils, so the people who recognize & understand the actual moral of the poem; they know that success always prevails with righteousness…
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Look through comments and fix all problems with paper submitted

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With the independence of America in 1800th where the equality among classes was welcomed and human rights were staunchly upheld, a number of authors started their writing journeys. Charles Dickens and Alexis Tocqueville each had very high hopes as they made their way across the Atlantic…
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Victorian literature
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Victorian Literature Contents Contents 2 Introduction 3 The background of the Victorian era and its influence on literature 3 Themes of the Victorian works 7 Charles Dickens and his Great Expectations and Oscar Wilde’s Picture of Dorian Gray 8 References 15 Introduction Describing the Victorian writing in any comprehensive and satisfactory way has proved to be a bothersome job for the critics continually from the time when 19th century reached its conclusion…
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The Lady of Shalott
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“The Lady of Shalott” is a much appraised poem because it is simple and mysterious in many different ways. The need for analyzing the poem rose from the artistic work of the poet, Tennyson himself who was criticized for not being able to leave a mark on the previous and latter poets who had a high stature. …
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Fitzgeralds Translation of Omar Khayyam

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Muslim Persia has produced some of the greatest luminaries of the Islamic world, who have immensely contributed to the intellectual development of mediaeval time and were mainly instrumental in bringing about the renaissance of the western world. Their invaluable work procured the necessary link in the evolution of mankind and has left their ineffaceable marks on the pages of world history…
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In Memoriam by Tennyson

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The essay "In Memoriam by Tennyson" describes that the poem truly draws out the painful state of the poet caused with the death of his friend and the various political situations existed during the 19th century. Some critics are of the opinion that the poem exposes Tennyson’s struggle with the Victorians’ growing awareness of another sort of past. …
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A model of how we should look at war
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Name: Course: Tutor: Date: A Critical Analysis of the Views about Wars Presented in Alfred Lord Tennyson's “Charge of the Light Brigade” and Wilfred Owen’s “Dulce et Decorum Est” If Alfred Lord Tennyson's “Charge of the Light Brigade” and Wilfred Owen’s “Dulce et Decorum Est” are read side by side, one will necessarily find that Owen’s perspective on war quite adeptly defies and invalidates Tennyson’s attempt to view war as something glorious and honorable…
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The Mortality in Immortality in Tithonus by Tennyson

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The author of the paper "The Mortality in Immortality in Tithonus by Tennyson" will begin with the statement that As long as mortality is in immortality, immortality is useless. Tennyson’s “Tithonus” laments figurative death in immortality. …
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Reading response- base on the poem Ulysses
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On the one hand, Ulysses inspires me to pursue my dreams. On the other hand, I believe that I cannot always follow his footsteps because I consider it reckless and irresponsible…
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Poetic Forms and Genres: Alfred Tennysons Ulysses and T.S. Eliots Journey of the Magi

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The aim of this paper is to critically discuss the poem entitled “Ulysses” written by Alfred Tennyson and a philosophical poem titled "The Journey of the Magi" by Thomas Stearns Eliot. An author of the paper seeks to identify the features of contemporary poetry through analyzing these instances…
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19th century medievalist poetic comparison
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In the nineteenth century, a romanticizing of the Middle Ages became a popular part of England's culture known as Medievalism. Medievalism is a term used to describe that which holds characteristics of the Middle Ages. …
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Seminar
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Lord Alfred Tennyson’s “Ulysses” demonstrates the dissatisfaction of Ulysses in staying at his kingdom, Ithaca. The poem is a dramatic monologue that shows how discontent…
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Poetic Form
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Client’s Name: Course: 18 November 2011 Matthew Arnold’s Dover Beach follows a free iambic pattern and has a very melancholic theme; as far as the metrical scheme is concerned the poem does not follow a particular rhyme scheme. The sea acts as a metaphor, binding individual people (pebbles) together…
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Intro to Literature: Mathew Arnold's Dover Beach
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Client’s Name: Course: 18 March 2012 Matthew Arnold’s Dover Beach follows a free iambic pattern and has a very melancholic theme; as far as the metrical scheme is concerned the poem does not follow a particular rhyme scheme. The sea acts as a metaphor, binding individual people (pebbles) together…
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Matthew Arnolds Dover Beach
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The author of this essay "Matthew Arnolds Dover Beach" comments on the ideas depicted in the poem by Matthew Arnold. Admittedly, the poem follows a free iambic pattern and has a very melancholic theme; as far as the metrical scheme is concerned the poem does not follow a particular rhyme scheme…
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Poet Explication

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Every line in the poem is very moving, powerfully capturing the unmoving state of affairs and the unchanging prospects in the…
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A Synthesis of the Themes in Selected Poems about War
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The paper "A Synthesis of the Themes in Selected Poems about War" presents an unnatural union between beauty and death exists with the bringing together of the image of a war in a poem, author's thoughts are explained in informative instances of poem quotes. …
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William Ernest Henley's exclusion from the Literary Canon
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William Ernest Henley (1849-1903) is one of the distinguished poets and critics of later part of nineteenth century, who has left indelible imprints of his literary talent on English Literature through his dexterous critical analysis and wonderful creative writing. …
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William Ernest Henley's exclusion from the Literary Canon
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William Ernest Henley (1849-1903) is one of the distinguished poets and critics of later part of nineteenth century, who has left indelible imprints of his literary talent on English Literature through his dexterous critical analysis and wonderful creative writing. His…
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A Synthesis of the Themes in Selected Poems about War
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Name Instructor Class 1 February 2012 Heroism: The Honor and Depravity of War When a soldier or his enemy falls, human civilization collapses with them too. Five poems about war capture the heroism and depravity of being a soldier in wars that they have no control of…
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