I tried, I really did! I told her Miss Ester, I did but she insisted!” “What do you mean Charley, you tried to what?” “Ester! Oh my, you are not well!” I can remember the feel of worry flowing over me as the sound of Ada’s voice cut through the room and stun... ... middle of paper ... ...er dismissing her I went into Ada’s room, and quietly sat down at the foot of her bed. This sneaking around was much easier in Ada’s room as her floor did not creek and her door did not squeak. I peaked over her blanket, but could not see her face, as the way she slept hid it from me and only relieve the back of her neck.
The girl lost consciousness, and slept without a dream, in the world she thought was a dream. Little did she know about the world, and much less about her fate. But, to where do the girl came from? Is the question begging for an answer. The girl will never answer the question, for she was told it will beget another question, and the question will never be answered.
Using the select words, she was able to create a piece of literature that so many people could relate to. Using the formalistic approach, the deeper meanings of this poem are brought out, analyzed, and understood, bringing a greater appreciation for author's and their works.
The final two lines of the first quatrain point to the tranquility of her death, and the narrator’s consolation that she is beyond the grasp of human mortality. In the second quatrain, the impact of her death is starting to dawn on the speaker. In the first line, by saying that she has “No motion…no force” (line 5) he is possibly reflecting on how she was in life: a woman in constant movement, one that took part in life, rather than sitting on the sidelines. Now, all of that energy has ceased to exist. The speaker, however, tries to look at the situation on the positive side.
In reading his works, it will be noticeable that In 1822 Heine's first volume of verse, Gedichte (Poems, 1884), was published. The book attracted attention because of the delicacy and lyrical beauty of the p... ... middle of paper ... ...f Germany, and Heine's income was considerably reduced. In 1845 he contracted a spinal disease that confined him to his "mattress grave," as he called his bed, from 1848 to his death in 1856. Nevertheless, some of his most notable works such as the volume of poetry Romanzero (1851), date from the last years of his life. Heine's personality was composed of sharply conflicting elements: a pagan joy of life and a feeling for Hebraic ethical values; a love of Romanticism and a hatred for the German Romantic writers of his time because of their subservience to reactionary political and religious forces; German patriotism and a humanitarianism that embraced the entire world; nominal Christianity and lifelong attachment to Judaism.
William was one of the major british poets of his time that exemplified romanticism in his poems. He was born in West Cumberland, England in 1770. Wordsworth grew up experiencing war and death all around him which helped him find a love and value for the human life. As stated in the article “From 1787 to 1790
He uses rich language to express her expression and nature, giving the reader an image of the ... ... middle of paper ... ... watched the lambs in May and Milton listens to the nightingales at night. Both poets also talk about the presence of a God or gods, Wordsworth writes "Why to God's goodness cannot We be true,". Both 'Composed Upon Westminster Bridge' and 'Composed On a May Morning' have two sections where the first section finishes on the eighth line, which is traditional for sonnets. 'To Lady Fitzgerald, In Her Seventieth Year' first section finishes on the ninth line. John Milton's 'Sonnet to the Nightingale' first section finishes in the middle of the seventh line.
When she drops something or miscalculates something, it seems her brain has left her body and it is strange that no one has noticed at all what she is going through. Even though she is suffering through insomnia, she is going through life as if she was asleep and she felt was floating or a dead corpse who was lost everything while she is listening to the clock tick off the seconds when she is supposed to fall asleep. The reader sees the effects of insomnia as someone going through the motions that they are feeling tired and sleepy, but they just can 't sleep because the person 's minds seem to not want the person to sleep no matter how hard they try and how no one seems to notice anything different about the
I find the descriptive style of writing much more enjoyable to read. This style allows me to immerse myself into the details. I am drawn to the character, time or place because of the language the author is using. My senses and emotions are stirred which cause me to be invested in the story. I am not left second guessing what the author’s point of the story was.
The metaphors and symbolism used is just amazing to me. I have fun trying to decode what the writers meant to say and what he or she wanted the world to know them as. I honestly believe that poets of the Heian period knew his or her work would live on past them and in knowing so thought out each poem carefully. I believe there was a reason and motive for everything they wrote down. They knew people would read their works, and so they made sure they left a good name for themselves.