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Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Analysis Of Homecoming By Syl Cheney-Coker



Introduction To The Poem
"I came home with the ashes of she who was my wife,.." is the first line of the poem Homecoming by Sly Cheney-Coker to indicate that the poet's motive was less of reminiscence rather of mourning.

Syl Cheney-Coker, known with the Commonwealth Writer's Prize among other awards, is a Sierra Leonean poet, novelist and a teacher. Born 28-06-1945 in Creole, Freetown. A very compassionate and creative poet.

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

6 Analyzed Homecoming Poems


Homecoming is not just a common theme in literature but a very common title among many classic poets_ African and globally. It shouldn't be a thing of surprise because it's commonly said that home is where the heart is. Naijapoets  has seen few reasons to make a list of analyzed classic poems titled "Homecoming" . 
  • Analysis of Homecoming by Simon Armitage
Homecoming is a clever title for this poem as it references the narrator returning home having got their jacket dirty and later coming home from a late nig. Read Full Analysis>>>

  • An analysis of homecoming by bruce dawe

Homecoming, poet Bruce Dawe uses vivid visual and aural poetic techniques to construct his an analysis of the novel the client by john ... Read Full Analysis>>>

  • Homecoming By Lenrie Peters

One among the many is "Homecoming", a poem written with gentle tone of self-regret to reveal the theme of certainty of change. The poet ... Read Full Analysis>>>

  • Analysis of Poetry 'Homecoming' by Langston Hughes ...

Analysis of Poetry 'Homecoming' by Langston Hughes Homecoming (1959, by Langston Hughes (1902-1967)) I went back in the alley And I opened up my Read Full Analysis>>>

  • Poetry Analysis: R. Parthasarathy's “Homecoming” 

R. Parthsarthy's poem “Homecoming” portrays a picture of his native state, Tamil Nadu as he returns from his sojourn abroad. He ... Read Full Analysis>>>

  • Analysis of Homecoming By Sly Cheney-Coker

"I came home with the ashes of she who was my wife,.." is the first line of the poem Homecoming by Sly Cheney-Coker to indicate that the poet's motive was less of reminiscence rather of mourning.  Read Full Analysis >>>

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Simple Analysis Of London 1802 By William Wordsworth


There are some occasions when a perfect nation derails as a result of poor governance or wrongly enacted policies. In such atmosphere, moral values are nowhere to be found and criminal acts are seen dominating. While many people gather to wonder what has gone wrong, the wise ones pick their hearts to crave the presence of a hero who is capable of creating the needed positive turnaround.

The poem title "London, 1802" by William Wordsworth, exemplified something similar. The poet recounted the time when London lost its track politically, religiously and socially. These are the reasons why the poem carry the theme of heroism, the theme of ill-governance, the theme of morality, the theme of nature, the theme of patriotism, etc.

[Read The Theme Of Loneliness In Daffodils By William Wordsworth ]

The poem is sculpted for the readers to view with sympathetic hearts as it possesses the tone of displease. The diction is old as opposed to the present-day use of English language "MILTON! thou shouldst be living at this hour" and being a fourteen-line poem arranged in form of an octave followed by a sestet; the poem is agreed to be a sonnet.
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