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A COMPARISON OF STYLES: WHITMAN/WORDSWORTH AND BLAKE
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This 3 page paper compares and contrasts the themes and styles of Wordsworth, Blake and Whitman. Examples given. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: MBpoemcomp.rtf

A Comparison of Two Poems
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This 6 page paper compares two poems-Ralph Waldo Emerson's "Monadnoc" and John Greenleaf Whittier's "Among the Hills"—and talks about them in terms of theme and style. The essential meanings of the works are discussed. No additional sources cited.
Filename: SA112Pom.wps

A Comparison of Two Wordsworth Poems
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This 5 page paper explicates Tintern Abbey and Two April Mornings. The works are compared and contrasted. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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A Comparison of Victorian Poetry and Early 20th Century Poetry in Regards to the Relationships of Men and Women and the Role of Women: Tennyson, Arnold, Hardy and Yeats
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This is a 4 page paper comparing the roles of women and the relationships between men and women in Victorian and early 20th century poetry. A comparison of the Victorian poets Alfred Lord Tennyson and Matthew Arnold with the slightly more modern early 20th century poets Thomas Hardy and William Butler Yeats shows the slowly shifting perception of the relationships between men and women and the general role women play within society and literature. Tennyson and Arnold show a struggle in their attempts to retain women in the traditional romantic roles as objects of affection although their later works reveal that while women are becoming more a part of man’s society, their acceptance is still difficult. Arnold writes more so of the isolation men feel within relationships and how vain “mortal love” can be. Hardy and Yeats through the introduction of more female characters in their works not only give women larger roles within society but also show the increasing power of women. Hardy reveals the difficulties which can exist within relationships while Yeats reveals that women and men can have equal relationships as friends and women should not be judged purely on their appearance under the classic romantic notions. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TJVictw1.rtf


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