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  • On The Love Song Of J Alfred Prufrock - 1,480 words
    On The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock In The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, T. S. Eliot reveals the thoughts and feelings of the poems subject, Prufrock, in a way that Prufrock could not have articulated himself, since it is the poems objective to illustrate Prufrocks insecurity. By not commenting directly and allowing the reader to draw conclusions from clues given in dramatic monologue, Eliot adds meaning and rewards the reader. His use of an epigraph heightens the reward and demonstrates that J. Alfred Prufrock cannot speak in life as he does in the poem. Through use of these techniques, Eliot creates a poem that is both subtle and effective at generalizing the insecurity of Prufrock. ...
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  • The Role Of Women In The Song Of Roland - 1,472 words
    The Role of Women in the Song of Roland Women are not mentioned often in the Song of Roland. They appear in only seventeen of almost three hundred laisses. It is because they are included so rarely, however, that the women stand out amidst the throng of male characters and call attention to the areas of the text in which they appear. One of the principle woman characters is Queen Bramimionde, wife of the pagan King Marsile. She plays an important role at the end of the text, becoming by association the whole of pagandom, and it is only through her that the French emperor Charlemagne can achieve a true victory over the Saracens. The first mention of women in the Song of Roland comes in laisse ...
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  • Song Of Solomon Essay - 1,450 words
    Throughout the book, Song of Solomon, by Toni Morrison, the image of flight is a major symbol. It signifies true life and the living of it, as well as a sense of freedom, of release, and touches the lives of all the main characters in the book, as it is a part of the Deads family history. But the most affected is Milkman, who embarks on a journey of self-discovery, and discovers this true meaning of flight. The first instance of Morrison's use of the image of flight is at the very beginning of the book. "At 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday the 18th of February, 1931, I will take off from Mercy and fly away on my own wings. Please forgive me. I loved you all. Smith is unable to take the pressure of his ...
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  • Song Of The Unsung Antihero - 2,676 words
    Abstract: The sober treatment of a lowly, unheroic protagonist in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman flatters the audience. The more obvious way that it flatters us is by alienating us from the protagonist in his downfall so that we watch his destruction from a secure vantage. Less obviously, the form of the play, typical of modern American tragedy, romanticizes the protagonist through what I call the audience's paradox, that tension created when a serious work of literature employs an obscure and lowly character as protagonist and so makes him the center of our attention, makes him famous. Many nineteenth and twentieth century writers seek to convey the experience of a lowly character chaf ...
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  • Song Of The Unsung Antihero - 2,609 words
    ... of poverties, that greatest of indignities, death. In a less extreme form we have in Death the same technique that makes the formulaic horror movie ultimately so reassuring. In such movies, all but one or two characters are obviously victims, idiots who insist on backing into dusty, cobwebbed rooms while a heavy-handed score positively shouts warning. While these obvious victims are dropping like flies, the audience is encouraged to identify principally with the common-sensical hero who is marked from the beginning as a survivor. Happily, Miller rejects this emotional gimmick through the bulk of the play, drawing us into the foolish Willy Loman's psyche through a variety of experimental ...
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  • Song Of Myself - 1,084 words
    EUGEN BERTHOLD FRIEDRICH BRECHT, was born on February 10th 1898 in Augsburg Germany, and died on August 14th, 1956, in East Berlin. He was a German poet, playwright, and theatrical reformer whose epic theatre departed from the conventions of theatrical illusion and developed the drama as a social and ideological forum for leftist causes. Until 1924 Brecht lived in Bavaria, where he was born. He studied medicine at the University of Munich, from 1917 until 1921, and served at an army hospital in 1918). From this period dates his first play, Baal, produced in 1923. His first success, Trommeln in der Nacht, won the Kleist Preis in 1922. His first professional production was Edward II, in 1924. ...
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  • Song Comparisons - 1,538 words
    People find their inspiration from their elders. I find this to be true in many cases. When celebrities accept an award, they thank their mom, dad or mentors. What is it about our parents that inspire us to dedicate songs, books, or poetry to them? Is it because of the way that they raise us? Is it the morals that they have instilled in to our minds? Or is it the simple "mother- daughter" or "father-son" discussion that we remember that make us better people when we become older? They are all aspects in considering the impact our parents have in our lives. The song "I Turn to You", written by Diane Warren and sung by Christina Aguilera, is a powerful song expressing trust and faith in a pers ...
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  • Love Song - 1,636 words
    In his poem Eliot paints the picture of an insecure man looking for his niche in society. Prufrock has fallen in with the times, and places a lot of weight on social status and class to determine his identity. He is ashamed of his personal appearance and looks towards social advancement as a way to assure himself and those around him of his worth and establish who he is. Throughout the poem the reader comes to realize that Prufrock has actually all but given up on himself and now sees his balding head and realizes that he has wasted his life striving for an unattainable goal. The beginning of the poem is pre-empted by an excerpt from Dante's Inferno which Eliot uses to begin his exploration ...
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  • Fire Song - 568 words
    Fire Song By William Nicholson This book is based around Bowmen Hath and Kestrel Hath who are twins. Both embark on journey with their friend Mumpo, to save their people, the Manth. This book begins after they escape with their family and a group of friends from an evil Priest/Warlord Albard and his Mastery. As they go on there journey the face foes of nature and of great evil. Bowmen is the kind sensitive type. He knows his time is running out, soon some people will arrive and take him on a journey from which he will never return form. However he dose not know who or how that person will look like. Bowmen is unique, his special gift sets him apart from everyone else. He is able to discover ...
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  • A Clean Well-lighted Place And The Love Song Of J. Alfred Prufrock - 538 words
    When our lives begin, we are innocent and life is beautiful, but as we grow older and time slowly and quickly passes we discover that not everything about life is quite so pleasing. Along with the joys and happiness we experience there is also pain, sadness and loneliness. Hemingway's "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place," and Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" both tell us about older men who are experiencing these dreadful emotions. In Hemingway's short story there are three characters, two waiters and their customer. Of these three, two are older men who are experiencing extreme loneliness. The customer sits alone drinking his glasses of brandy slowly, and very carefully, peacefully be ...
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  • Song Of Solomon - What's In A Name? - 882 words
    Toni Morrisons award-winning novel Song of Solomon is full of very interesting, deep symbolism. Macon Dead III, nicknamed Milkman, is a very symbolic character throughout the novel. His character is not only symbolic, for so is his name. Also, Milkmans paternal aunt, Pilate, has an extremely significant and symbolic role in the novel. To her father, she represents the child who killed her own mother and took away her fathers wife. Seeing that Pontius Pilate sentenced Jesus to death, the name Pilate seems to coincide with her father, Macon Deads, opinion. Ironically, though, Pilate is a good person and is murdered in the end, just as Jesus was by Pontius Pilate. Another important character in ...
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  • Song Of Myself - 1,252 words
    Forged in the fire of revolution and defined by manifest destiny, America has always been the land of the individual. Although the American dream has not always been coherent, (married with 2.5 kids, 2 cars, a dog and a satisfying job), the spirit of innovation, individuality and progress remains unchanged. The father of free verse, and perhaps the American perspective of poetry, Walt Whitman embodies these values in his life and work. First published in 1855 in Leaves of Grass, "Song of Myself" is a vision of a symbolic "I" enraptured by the senses, indirectly embracing all people and places from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans. The entirety of the piece seeks to merge the individual and ...
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  • The Love Song Of J. Alfred Prufrock - 1,274 words
    There is a difference between the way Prufrock sees himself, and the way the poem reveals him to us. He dramatises himself as a sensitive and slightly tragic figure; the poem exposes him as comic. Does this correspond to your own reading of The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock? In the poem The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, Prufrock sees himself as a victim social status. He believes that he is constantly being analysed by others and that he has been alienated from society. However Prufrocks way of life is not comic, but is rather the opposite: in that he is insecure; unable to make clear decisions; melodramatic and reserved. It is clear that in order to get what he wants, Prufrock has to b ...
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  • Sunset Song: Chris Guthrie As A Powerful Character - 815 words
    Question: Choose a novel (Sunset Song) which is influenced by the presence of a POWERFUL or overbearing character. SHOW HOW the novelist creates this impression of the character and discuss to what extent you felt you could SYMPATHISE with him/her. In your answer, you must refer closely to the text (ie quote) and to at least two of: CHARACTERISATION, narrative technique, language, THEME or any other appropriate feature. Setting is also appropriate. Critical Response to Sunset Song by Andrew McCann Lewis Grassic Gibbons Sunset Song is hailed as one of the greatest pieces of Scottish fiction, with some basis on the authors knowledge of the area. Set at the turn of the 19th century it follows t ...
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  • Song Of Myself - 935 words
    SONG OF MYSELF BY WALT WHITMAN What does grass signify to us? Simple grass that grows on pavements and pathways, fields and graves. There is no such thing as deathThe smallest sprout shows there is really no death. There is a rejuvenation of everything in the cycle of life that God has created. The first half of the poem is filled with questions and later on they are answered. Whitman finds subject for his poetry from among common conditions and ordinary backgrounds. In this poem, he addresses grass, where he celebrates even the smallest of Gods creations and gives to it an identity that is an integral part of the universe. A childs innocent question leads the poet to search for answers. And ...
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  • Critical Analysis Of The Love Song Of J. Alfred Prufrock - 986 words
    Contrary to what the title implies, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, by T.S. Eliot, is anything but a love song. It is instead quite the opposite. Although the poem is open to several interpretations, after careful reading of the poem, the several underlying themes can be expressed by one central idea. In the poem, the narrator, J. Alfred Prufrock, portrays his disappointment with the society he lives in. By interpreting aspects of imagery, speaker and intended audience, one can easily assess Prufrock's views of life. His interpretation of everyday life can be described as a vacant, bleak, and repetitive. Early on in the poem, Eliot creates a scene that does not seem very inviting. Prufr ...
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  • Critical Analysis Of The Love Song Of J. Alfred Prufrock - 1,048 words
    ... verse by making an entrance into it. Finally, the last part of the poem, Prufrock shows his final despair in life. He can not bring himself to tell the woman that he is in love with how he really feels. However, if he ever did decide to tell her, it would come out as a mess. He finds himself with no real role in life. He is no Prince Hamlet, nor was he meant to be, but rather an attendant lord, or sometimes the Fool. He hears the mermaids singing, but he thinks: I do not think they will sing to me. In the end, Prufrock feels left out of society, and can not find his own place in the universe. As an old man on the beach, looking out into the ocean, he questions if he did the right thing. ...
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  • Analysis Of The Song "winter Of Souls" By Demons And Wizards - 1,512 words
    The song that Ive chosen for my work is named Winter of Souls. A progressive metal band named Demons & Wizards performed it. This German band is a side project for Blind Guardian vocalist Hansi Kursch and Iced Earth guitarist Jon Schaffer; it also featured onetime Iced Earth drummer Mark Prator. Demons & Wizards recorded a self-titled debut in 1999, with Schaffer also handling bass on the record (occasional lead guitar was contributed by guest Jim Morris). Already available in Europe, the album was released in USA only by the middle of 2000. To give you a more clear understanding of the style and the type of lyrics Hansi Kursch writes, we will take a closer look on the Blind Guardian ...
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  • Critical Analysi Of "the Love Song Of J. Alfred Prufrock" - 1,429 words
    It Is Impossible To Say Just What I Mean! To What Extent Can This Quotation From The Love Song Of J.Alfred Prufrock Be Said To Summarise The Poem?" The ambiguity that Eliot creates in Prufrocks Love Song, with his often obscure and random streams of consciousness that are so characteristic of modernist literature, ensures that it is quite a challenging read. Similarly, it often seems that Prufrock, who throughout the poem constantly avoids and prolongs the asking of an overwhelming question, seems to find it quite a challenge to say exactly what he means. In many ways, the line It is impossible to say just what I mean seems to summarize this inability and unwillingness of Prufrock to voice w ...
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