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Thematic Analysis Of Water By Philip Larkin

Water by Philip Larkin is a simple complex poem and the complexity of meaning within the simple structure of the poem has given it various…

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Personification And Pathetic Fallacy

Judging by a layman definition, pathetic fallacy will mean a falseful feeling of sympathy, pity or compassion which is portrayed naturally or artificially by something…

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Be Humble By Adebayo Faleti (Translator Samuel C. Enunwa)

Whether riches you possessRememberYour riches feed not the whole universe.Whether great knowledge is yours,It can’t be as of Solomon.Maybe prestige is yousRememberThe prestige of yours…

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Wande Abimbola Yoruba Spiritual Poetry

Ifa divinity has it own poetry which can be divided into two: (1) Ese Ifa (2) Iyere Ifa. Thise divine ways and its divine form…

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Superstition By Minji Karibo

Superstition by Minji Karibo is one way an old but never aging poem. It’s ability to reveal one of the cultural injections most Africans with…

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Poetic Devices In Snake By D. H. Lawrence

POETIC DEVICES IN SNAKE BY D.H. LAWRENCE the poet made use of carefully selected words in describing the actions of the snake: “He lifted his…

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At Castle Wood By Emily Bronte

AT CASTLE WOOD BY EMILY BRONTE The day is done, the winter sun Is setting in its sullen sky; And drear the course that has…

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Analysis Of The Blind Man By Pius Oleghe

ANALYSIS OF THE BLIND MAN BY PIUS OLEGHE Poet: Pius Oleghe, the author of this poem is a Nigerian. He once worked as a teacher….

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Analysis Of Crossing The Bar By Lord Alfred Tennyson

Crossing The Bar by Lord Alfred Tennyson 1809-1892, such a poem can be considered an elegy. It was note that Tennyson asked his son to…

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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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