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Critical Essays & Papers On Poetry From The Romantic Era
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Poetry Night / Marketing Poetry to Students
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A 1 page essay on the promotion's mission, goals and event plan for a poetry reading and book signing party to be held on campus. Includes bands, a jam session, posters, and global Internet messages. No sources listed.
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Romanticism, Realism, Naturalism, and Symbolism in Modern Poetry
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A 5 page paper which discusses various famous modern poems and illustrates how they all involve aspects of romanticism, realism, naturalism, and symbolism within. The poems, and poets, are as follows: William Blake's 'Songs Of Innocence' and 'Songs of Experience'; Shelley's 'Ode To The West Wind'; Keats' 'Ode to a Grecian Urn' and 'Ode on a Nightingale'; Browning's 'My Last Duchess'; and Wordsworth's 'The World Is Too Much With Us.' No additional sources cited.
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Schumann, Purcell and Turner
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Robert Schumann and Henry Purcell were musicians who were separated in time by a hundred years. Purcell was composing music during the Baroque period and wrote a number of Operas that continue to be in demand over 500 years later. Schumann is considered one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era; his short, tumultuous life providing the seeds of a prolific amount of work, mostly written for piano. Joseph Mallord William Turner was a painter in the era of Romanticism whose innovative style was a precursor to the modern style. This 5 page paper proposes that the music and the visual art of the Baroque and Romantic eras are indicative of the social context. In the Baroque period of the late 1600s Europe had finally accepted that the dark ages were over, however, there were lingering doubts that set the stage for the hopeful intervention of 'light'. By the age of the Romantic in the mid-1800s, the expansion of thought and experience had brought the social experience to a place of hope that only marginally allowed the dark to interpose doubt into the future. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Experiencing the Poetry of Sylvia Plath
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A 5 page paper which analyzes how the reader experiences the poetry of Sylvia Plath, considering the ways in which her tragic life enhanced the reading of her poems, what is essential to the understanding of her poems, how the reading of her works differs from the poetry of Wallace Stevens and Elizabeth Bishop, and evaluates the appeal of Plath's work. Specifically examined are Plath's poems, "Morning Song," "Daddy" and "Lady Lazarus."
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Walt Whitman's War Poetry
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A 6 page essay which examines how 'Drum-Taps,' a slim volume of poetry concerning the American Civil War by Whitman, reflected the historical situation of that time. The writer argues that Whitman's poetry reflects an evolution of consciousness that reveals that emotions experienced by the American public as it goes from a patriotic war fever to a realization of the horror and reality of war. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Film As Poetry / The Work of Andrei Tarkovsky
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A 100 page research paper which argues that the films of director Andrei Tarkovsky is best understood as visual poetry rather then as films told in the usual narrative tradition. In order to effectively argue this position, the writer first presents a history of the cinema, a brief history of poetry, and a detailed look at the career of Andrei Tarkovsky. Bibliography lists 22 sources.
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The Poetry of Misery
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A 6 page analysis of six poems: Arnold's 'Dover Beach,' Auden's 'Musee des Beaux Arts,' Coleridge's 'Kubla Khan,' Brooke's 'The Soldier,' Shelly's 'Song to the Men of England,' and Wordsworth's 'The world is too much with us.' The writer argues that all six portray the ability of poetry to relate the dark side of human existence, This aspect of poetry is particularly evident beginning with the advent of the Industrial Revolution. The drastic changes that accompanied the transformation from economies that were primarily agrarian to the industrialized world we know today caused considerable psychic stress and a generous portion of human misery. Poets, over the last two centuries, have addressed this topic. No additional sources cited.
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Sigmund Freud and the Romantics /A Comparative View
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This 7 page paper compares and contrasts the views of Sigmund Freud, as presented in his Civilization and its Discontent, with the common views of the Romantics, including Wordsworth, Whitman and Blake, as respresented in their poetry. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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