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Analysis: Emily Dickinson and Anne Bradstreet

This 3 page paper analyzes and compares works by two women poets, Anne Bradstreet and Emily Dickinson. Bibliography lists 5 sources.


Analysis: Monologue for an Onion

This 3 page paper explicates the poem "Monologue for an Onion" by Suji Kim, with attention to the metaphor of the veil and the heart. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


Andalusian and Asian Poetry

A 3 page comparison and contrast of Andalusian and Asian poetry. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


Anne Bradstreet and Edward Taylor

A 3 page paper which compares Anne Bradstreet's poem "By Night when Others Soundly Slept" with Edward Taylor's poem ""Huswifery." Bibliography lists 3 sources.


Anne Bradstreet's "The Prologue"

A 3 page paper which examines how Anne Bradstreet's "The Prologue" is a feminist poem. No additional sources cited.



This 3 page paper discusses the use of prosody in Langston Hughes' work, Let America be America Again, and Marge Piercy's work, WellFleet Sabbath. Quotes cited from text as examples. Bibliography lists 2 sources.


Atwood & Browning/On Love

A 3 page essay that contrasts and compares contemporary Canadian poet Margaret Atwood's "You Fit Into Me" and nineteenth century poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnet XLIII, better known as "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways." The writer argues that these poems are complete opposites. Atwood's poem is terse and short, expressing her stance in just four lines. As her title suggests, Browning's poem has the traditional 14-line form of a sonnet. Also, Browning employs a traditional rhyme scheme, while Atwood uses unrhymed free verse. But while these differences are striking, the biggest difference between the two works is the individual poet's stance on love. No additional sources cited.


Barreca/Nighttime Fires

A 3 page explication of "Nighttime Fires" by Regina Barreca, the writer argues that the poet creates a haunting tale of her father's disillusionment with a society that has failed him. Barreca turns the behavior of her father, that is, waking up Barreca and her siblings so they could witness the night time destruction of a home to fire, into an elaborate metaphor that enlightens the reader as to her father's state of mind. No additional sources cited.


Billy Collins

A 3 page paper on the life and works of Billy Collins. Bibliography lists 4 sources.


Browning & Bradsteet/Love Poetry

A 3 page essay that discusses the fact that Anne Bradstreet (1612-1672) and Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861) penned two of the greatest love poems that the world has known, "To My Dear and Loving Husband" and "How to love thee? Let me count the way." While there are certainly differences in style between the two poems, these poets each express similar themes. They each describe the depth and breadth of their love, which is heartfelt and selfless, and is grounded in Christian imagery. No additional sources cited.


Browning and Spera

This 3 page paper compares the two poems "My Last Duchess" by Robert Browning and "My Ex-Husband" by Gabriel Spera. Bibliography lists 2 sources.


Carl Sandburg's Chicago

A 3 page analysis of Carl Sandburg's poem Chicago. No additional sources cited.


Cisneros/"Loose Woman"

A 3 page explication of the poem "Loose Woman," Sandra Cisneros, which turns a societal signifier of patriarchy completely around and uses it as a declaration of female empowerment. Under the patriarchal sexual double standard, a "loose woman" has traditionally indicated a woman of poor reputation, that is, a woman who has been "loose" in her sexual behavior. In the past, this societal pronouncement has meant ostracism and social censure for the woman on whom such a judgment was collectively given by a community. Cisneros reinterprets and redefines what it means to be a "loose woman" by, first of all, redefining an appropriate reaction, and then redefining the term itself.


Close Reading and Analysis: "Blues Spiritual for Mammy Prater"

This 3 page paper is an analysis of the theme of the eyes in the poem "Blues Spiritual for Mammy Prater" by Dionne Brand. Bibliography lists 1 source.


Comparative Analysis of Poems by Emily Dickinson, Robert Frost, and Langston Hughes

In three pages this paper analyzes how these poets convey meaning through the poetic elements of theme, metaphor, and imagery. The poems discussed are Emily Dickinson's "Because I Could Not Stop for Death (#712)" and "I Heard a Fly Buzz When I Died (#465)," Robert Frost's "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" and "The Road Not Taken," and Langston Hughes' "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" and "Mother to Son." Three sources are listed in the bibliography.


Comparing Blake & Dickinson Poems

A 3 page outline that is a companion paper to khcbadp2.rtf, as this paper offers an outline for an essay that compares William Blake's "The Lamb" to Emily Dickinson's "I heard a Fly buzz--when I died--." No additional sources cited.


Cullen: Yet Do I Marvel

This 3 page paper analyzes Countee Cullen's poem "Yet Do I Marvel." Bibliography lists 3 sources.


Dangerous Teenage Behavior: "We Real Cool" by Gwendolyn Brooks

A 3 page paper which analyses dangerous teenage behavior using the poem "We Real Cool" by Gwendolyn Brooks as a foundation for the discussion. Bibliography lists 4 additional sources.


Death/Injury in Poetry

A 3 page paper which examines how death or injury has a very powerful impact on the adults in various poems. The poems examined are Mid-Term Break by Seamus Heaney, Rush Hour by Elaine Terranova, and The Boxes by Shelly Wagner. No additional sources cited.


Deborah Miranda and "The Zen of La Llorona"

A 3 page paper on Deborah Miranda and her work "The Zen of La Llorona." No additional sources cited.


Depression in Winter by Jane Kenyon

A 3 page paper which examines the theme and imagery in Jane Kenyon's poem "Depression in Winter." No additional sources cited.


Earle Birney/Bushed

A 3 page explication of Earle Birney's poem "Bushed." The writer argues that as Thoreau demonstrated when he secluded himself in the woods and wrote Walden, nature holds many secrets to the human heart and finding a relationship with nature can open up mystic vistas that were previously unknown to the individual. This appears to be what Earle Birney is saying in his Poem "Bushed." In this highly lyrical and evocative work, Birney seems to be saying that the human minds cannot grasp fully what nature is trying to say, but it is extremely important to listen nonetheless. No bibliography is provided.


Edward Taylor and Phillis Wheatley

A 3 page paper which compares Edward Taylor's poem "Huswifery" with Phillis Wheatley's poem "On Being Brought from Africa to America." Bibliography lists 3 sources.


Elements of Poetry

A 3 page paper which examines Robert Burns' "Red, Red Rose" from a simplistic perspective and then examines poetry and its primary elements that make it art. Bibliography lists 2 sources.


Eliot: "Conversation Galante"

This 3 page paper is an explication and discussion of T.S. Eliot's poem "Conversation Galante." Bibliography lists 3 sources.


Emily Dickinson: Style, Tone, Symbolism and Language

This 3 page paper considers Emily Dickinson's poetry with regard to its style, tone, symbolism and language. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


Frost and Keats

A 3 page paper which compares and contrasts the poetry of Robert Frost and John Keats. Bibliography lists 4 sources.


Frost: "The Road Not Taken"

This 3 page paper analyzes the poem with regard to both meaning and technique. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


Imagery in "The Soul Selects Hew Own Society" by Emily Dickinson

A 3 page paper which discusses the imagery in Emily Dickinson's poem "The Soul Selects Her Own Society." No additional sources cited.


Imagery in After Apple-Picking by Frost

A 3 page paper which examines the use of imagery in Robert Frost's poem After Apple-Picking. No additional sources cited.

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