Poems On The Theme Of Death

The theme of death and the dying have pervaded numerous works of art throughout the ages. “Do not go gentle into that good night” by Dylan Thomas, “Remember” by Christina Rosetti, and John Donne’s “Death Be Not Proud” are distinguished examples of poems where the matter of death is being explored. These convey a mood…(Continue Reading)

Good And Evil In Moby Dick

In Herman Melville’s classic tale Moby Dick the author paints a clear picture concerning good and evil. These two forces are depicted everywhere in the story and are the back bone of all novels and tales. Good versus evil, love versus hate, forgiveness versus vengeance are all encompassed within this novel. This is the reason…(Continue Reading)

Children In William Wordsworth Poems

Romanism is a phenomenon of European culture of the 18th-19th centuries that stimulated writers to scientific and technological progress, the ideological and artistic trend in European and American culture. This period is characterized by self-assertion of spiritual and creative life of people, the image of strong passions and strong character, spirituality and healing nature. English…(Continue Reading)