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"Welcome to Hiroshima," by Mary Jo Salter: A Review
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5 pages in length. The misery and horror of war and the atomic bomb are all made alive in this war memorial. The narrator tells of the sights and emotions that are found within the walls. Discusses the poem at length and the use of satire, irony and similes in the poem. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: JGAhiros.wps

Owen and Hardy on World War I
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A 5 page paper comparing Wilfred Owen's 'Dulce Et Decorum Est' and Thomas Hardy's 'The Man He Killed,' both poems born of combat in World War I. Reaction to Owen's descriptions in 'Dulce Et Decorum Est' transcends mere emotion; in 'The Man He Killed,' Hardy evokes it by avoiding any allusion to it. Both, however, leave the reader affected. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSOwenHar.wps

Robert Burns' 'Tam o'Shanter'
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A 5 page analysis of the poem which Burns wrote in his Scottish dialect. It tells the story of the night that a drunken Tam o'Shanter came face to face with the devil and a party of witches. The writer demonstrates how Burns' rollicking poem is reminiscent of Chaucer and also has elements of satire. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Tamo.doc

The Symbolism of Grass in Whitman’s “Song of Myself”
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A five page paper looking at Whitman’s use of metaphor in this poem. The paper shows how through the use of the image of grass, Whitman manages to convey not only his identity with the community of life, but his eventual participation in the company of the dead. Bibliography lists four sources.
Filename: KBwhitm3.wps

Walt Whitman / Comparative Analysis Of Two Poems
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In this 6 page essay, the writer uses two of Whitman's poems 'Out Of The Cradle Endlessly Rocking,' and 'Song Of The Open Road, to show how the poets works were usually similar in theme yet dissimilar in purpose. The first of these is a poem filled with rich images, sounds, and symbolic meanings. The second is a collection of meaningful yet ambiguously patterned sentences decorated with inquiries into life -- yet each remain focused upon the underlying theme of humanity, nature, etc. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Whitmanp.doc

Walt Whitman's 'Song of Myself'
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A 6 page paper that provides an overview of the narration in Whitman's poem, considers the nature of the speaking eye, and discusses the narrator in terms of the effect on the poem. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Songmy.wps

Walt Whitman's 'Song of Myself' and 'Sleepers'
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A 6 page paper contrasting Walt Whitman's outlook on life and the universe in these two poems. It concludes that In 'Song of Myself,' Whitman seems to assume that the other living creatures he observes and celebrates are as awake and exultant as he is; by the time he writes 'Sleepers,' he has observed that they are not. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Sleepers.wps

Walt Whitman's 'Song of Myself' And 'The Sleepers' # 2
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A 6 page paper that examines the significance of the major images Whitman provokes in relationship to: what he is trying to say and how he says it through the images. The paper posits that the images are the same, in that they reflect the triology of individual body, individual soul, and national soul, but that they are from contrary viewpoints: Sleepers--from the soul's view, Song--from the individual's view. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Songslep.wps

Walt Whitman's 'Song of Myself' vs. 'The Federalist'/ Promises & Perils
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A 5 page essay responding to Walt Whitman's 'Song of Myself' [and 'The Federalist'] -- discussing how it illustrates that American writers usde a theme of uncertain or shared identity to comment on the promises and perils of American society. Only 'Song of Myself' is used as a source.
Filename: Waltw.doc

Walt Whitman's 'Song of Myself'—A Celebration of Being American
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This 5 page report discusses one of Whitman's best known works, 'Song of Myself' and its un-self-conscious celebration of the experience being an American. Most of Whitman's poetry illustrates what can be accurately and appropriately described as of a 'shared identity' but 'Song of Myself' is the most lyrical in terms of the connection between humanity, God, and country. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BWwhit.rtf

Walt Whitman's Contribution to American Poetry
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A five page look at this seminal nineteenth-century poet. The paper analyzes the reason Whitman is considered the first modern American poet, and what characteristics make him so quintessentially American. Bibliography lists six sources.
Filename: KBwhitm4.wps

Walt Whitman's War Poetry
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A 6 page essay which examines how 'Drum-Taps,' a slim volume of poetry concerning the American Civil War by Whitman, reflected the historical situation of that time. The writer argues that Whitman's poetry reflects an evolution of consciousness that reveals that emotions experienced by the American public as it goes from a patriotic war fever to a realization of the horror and reality of war. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Whitwar.doc

Whitman & Ginsberg
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A 5 page paper discussing two separate poems by Whitman and Ginsberg. The first poem is Walt Whitman's 'Song of Myself,' and the second poem is Alan Ginsberg's 'Howl.' The poems are discussed in relationship to their depiction of individuality and freedom. Both poets depict their subjects in different ways, while still maintaining similarities. Both see these issues as illustrating the connected nature of humanity, whether spiritually or not. One speaks of hopelessness and the other or beauty and God. Each also speaks of these issues in ways that have been, and always will be, thought of for people will always continue to have hope or the lack of it. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Whitgins.doc

Whitman's 'Song of Myself' vs. Tennyson's 'The Lady of Shallot'
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A 6 page essay that compares and contrasts the works of Walter Whitman and Alfred Tennyson focusing particularly on 'Songs of Myself' and 'The Lady of Shallot.' Also discussed are the reviews at the time, i.e., 1855, in contrast to the modern reviews of these two great poets' works. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Whitenny.doc

Whitman's 'Song of Myself'vs. Ginsberg's 'Howl'
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A 5 page paper that addresses the individual expectations of each of the authors with regard to these works, their personal experience, and how each saw his solution to the complexity and ambiguity in his personal existence in a nation in which it has become increasingly difficult to find a coherent ideology or ethnic identity. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Whitman.doc

Whitman’s “Noiseless Patient Spider”
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A 5 page paper on this poem by Walt Whitman, in the broader context of Whitman’s life and work. The paper observes that Whitman believed that our unique ability as Americans to use our creativity to reach out to one another -- like a spider spinning its web -- was both our defining characteristic and our salvation. Bibliography lists four sources (attached).
Filename: KBwhitm.wps

Whitman’s “When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d”
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A five-page paper analyzing Walt Whitman’s poem in terms of its relationship to the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. The paper looks carefully at symbolism and imagery, concluding that Whitman uses his poetic art to help him work through his shock and grief. No additional sources.
Filename: KBlilacs.wps

In Memory Of W. B. Yeats
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5 pages in length. Wystan Hugh Auden has a most curious use of style within his many works. The manner by which he utilizes rhyme leaves the reader to interpret more than just the author's obvious implications. As well, while his sometimes-morbid creations can plunge one into the depths of the poem's intended despair, they are ripe with artistry and illusion. To illustrate these points, the writer will discuss one of Auden's most popular pieces, In Memory of W. B. Yeats. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Memyeats.wps

The Sacred & The Profane In Wallace Stevens' 'Sunday Morning'
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A 3 page explication of Wallace Stevens' famous long poem. It presents the difficulties inherent in a deistic view of the sacred, but stops short of advocating a truly Christian vision; in fact, it ends by advocating no vision at all. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Stevens.wps


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