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Emily Dickinson (10/12/1830 – 15/05/1886)

Today again, I read one of your poems. It began to beat a talking-drum withmy skull. O!May angels in heaven continue to turn you on…

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Analysis Of The Pulley By George Herbert

Here are the themes of the poem, “The Pulley” by George Herbert:(1) The limitation in human existence(2) The blessings bestowed man through creation(3) The problems…

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Figure of Speech Questions and Answers

[mlw_quizmaster quiz=4] NOTE:-Figures of speech can never be ignored in a very well crafted literature. No matter the case, these are mostly found in both…

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Kwame Ataapim

Kwame Ataapim was born in famine:He lost his parents before his birth;He lost his sight before he could see;He lost his teeth before he could…

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They Walked And Talked (composed by Prof. Uche Okeke)

They talked and walked,walked and talked and talked_talkative homing dames;mothers, grandmothers, all homing,returning from a distant martbaskets on heads, words on lips_gossip or talk tales…

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What Makes A Good Poet?

My interest is really in this could it be a hairy person or master of Shakespearean words? Must he know the life in prison like…

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John Pepper Clarke’s Agbor Dancer

(“Agbor Dancer” J. P. Clark) by Obodokasi E Agbor See her caught in the throb of a drumTippling from hide-brimmed stemDown lineal veins to ancestral…

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3 Themes In The Blood Of A Stranger By Dele Charley

photo source is informationng.com Introduction Common components in a tragic drama are greed, deceit, betrayal, crime, etc. and another universally known drama to support this…

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Examining Daffodil By William Wordsworth

times13 photoThe poem revealed the level of mesmerism the poet had when met with a dazzling nature acting under the cause and effect mechanism. Readers…

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Comrade (by Kole Ade-Odutola)

The Poem Thanks comrade, the chain is getting stronger as ourfate towards theriver bed of hope draws closer as our chain of thepast calls the…

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