William Wordsworth’s “It is a beauteous evening, calm and free”

Introduction and Text of Poem: William Wordsworth’s “It is a beauteous evening, calm and free” is an Italian (Petrarchan) sonnet. Its rime scheme is ABBAABBA in the octave and CDECED in the sestet. The poem exemplifies the classic Romantic theme of infusing earthly loveliness and innocence with the Divine. Wordsworth asserted that poetry is produced … বিস্তারিত পড়ুন

SUMMARY “IT IS A BEAUTEOUS EVENING, CALM AND FREE”

On a beautiful evening, the speaker thinks that the time is “quiet as a Nun,” and as the sun sinks down on the horizon, “the gentleness of heaven broods o’er the sea.” The sound of the ocean makes the speaker think that “the mighty Being is awake,” and, with his eternal motion, raising an everlasting … বিস্তারিত পড়ুন

Discuss Wordsworth’s philosophy of life as expressed in the poems “Composed upon Westminster Bridge” and “It is a beauteous evening, calm and free”.

“A Beautiful Young Nymph Going to Bed” is commonly linked by critics to three other so-called “excremental poems” by Swift—“The Lady’s Dressing Room,” “Strephon and Chloe,” and “Cassinus and Peter”—all produced by the poet during 1730 and 1731. While there exist important thematic differences among these poems, they are certainly similar in their overt physicality … বিস্তারিত পড়ুন

Give a thematic analysis of Jonathan Swift’s “A Beautiful Young Nymph Going to Bed”.

“A Beautiful Young Nymph Going to Bed” is commonly linked by critics to three other so-called “excremental poems” by Swift—“The Lady’s Dressing Room,” “Strephon and Chloe,” and “Cassinus and Peter”—all produced by the poet during 1730 and 1731. While there exist important thematic differences among these poems, they are certainly similar in their overt physicality … বিস্তারিত পড়ুন

Discuss the character of Leela Benare from Vijay Tendulkar’s “Silence: The Court is in Session”.

Silence! The Court is in Session explores a new Indian woman in Leela Benare with its focus on her attempt to construct an oppositional discourse against an oppressive patriarchal verdict that she can retain her body but not the child growing in it. She is new in that she dares to transgress the patriarchal norms and mores by … বিস্তারিত পড়ুন

Critically consider Keats’s ‘To Autumn’ as an ode.

John Keats, the last romantic poet, wrote his last poem Ode to Autumn which was published in 1820 in which he explored his critical thinking about autumn after doing an analysis of this season. Nature highly influenced John Keats; therefore, he always tried to find a chance to praise its beauty. Another poem by John Keats shares … বিস্তারিত পড়ুন

Comment on Blake’s portrayal of the urban scenario in ‘London’.

“London” Summary The speaker takes a walk through the designated streets of London. This walk brings the speaker near the River Thames, which seems to have its course dictated for it as it flows throughout the city. The speaker sees signs of resignation and sadness in the faces of every person the speaker passes by. The speaker hears … বিস্তারিত পড়ুন

Comment on Anand’s episodic narrative structure in Coolie.

The framework of “Coolie” is picaresque and episodic. The hero, Munoo moves from place to place, from village to town, from town to city, from one city to another, from the North to the South and then back again to the North. Except Munoo, nothing here seems to have any causal relationship between the events … বিস্তারিত পড়ুন

Discuss Mulk Raj Anand’s Coolie as a postcolonial novel.

Introduction:  Mulk Raj Anand is a very popular and famous Indo – Anglian novelist. He is a novelist of the under – dog and of the child life. He has stamina, stern consistency and talent. His creative span covers a period of over thirty – six years. He has written more than a dozen novels, … বিস্তারিত পড়ুন