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Examination Techniques II : Comparing Two Poetry Texts

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Oscar Wilde’s Lament

A Lament O well for him who lives at ease With garnered gold in wide domain, Nor heeds the splashing of the rain, The crashing down of forest trees. – O well for him who ne’er hath known The travail … Continue reading

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These Troublesome Times!

In the wake of the revolutions of today, with over 80 people reported killed in Libya….what face is this of a revolution? Will this sacrifice  bring the onset of change? Can we define or envision that change? Will it be peace? Will … Continue reading

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Genuine Poetry can Communicate before it is Understood -T. S. Eliot

The finest of all the senses is the feeling to reach out… to pronounce the hurt lurking deep down or to share that ‘jocund ‘ memory so that your ‘thing of beauty‘ could transgress the time and space and become ‘joy … Continue reading

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