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Piano And Drums By Gabriel Okara

The Nigerian poet, Gabriel Okara who wrote the popular poem “Piano and Drums” hailed from Bayelsa state. He was born in the 1921. He was…

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Discord In Childhood by D. H. Lawrence (Analyzed)

The poem opens with the poet telling us about an ash-tree outside a house with terrible whips. The poem is all about the evil of…

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Analysis Of Hide And Seek By Vernon Scannell

TITLE:- Hide And SeekAUTHOR:- Vernon ScannellREGION:- Non-AfricanGENRE:- PoetrySETTING:- The gardenCATEGORY:- Children/ FamilyTHEME:- Playing/ RecreationFIGURATIVE:- PersonificationLINES:- Twenty SevenDICTION:- SimpleVERSIFICATION:- SingleEND RHYME SCHEME:- CoupletMOOD:- PlayfulTONE:- InstructionalSALIENT:- “But…

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Analyzed Ulysses By Alfred Lord Tennyson

This dramatic monologue is a masterpiece. At naijapoets.com, we have analyzed poems that possessed monologue before and our reference goes to Analysis of The Pulley…

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In Time Of Silver Rain by Langston Hughes (10 Facts)

Naijapoets.com shows some ten facts about the poem title: “In Time Of Silver Rain” by Langston Hughes:- (1) “In Time Of Silver Rain” is a…

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Analyze Poem Of Alienation By Antonio Jacinto

This poem of Antonio Jacinto is a deep heart poured out. In a keen view to analyze, The title “Poem Of Alienation” and the opening…

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Analysis Of Horns By Kwame Dawes

Horns by the poet Kwame Dawes also paints another African challenge which differs in subject from the rampant issue of colonization, western encroachment, deep rooted…

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Analysis Of Daffodils No More By Gorden J. L. Ramel

“Daffodils No More” is about unhappiness of a poet named, Gorden J. L. Ramel, regarding the negative effect of industrialization. The poet compared history with…

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How Constance Neville Stoops To Conquer

Introduction Let us examine How Miss Neville Stoops To Conquer in The Play. The play is She Stoops To Conquer by Oliva Goldsmith. As of…

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Analysis Of Night Song By David Holbrook

The refrain justifies the title “Night Song”. One of the traits of a song is refrain and the first and the last stanza of the…

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