The poems Pietà by James McAuley and November by Simon Armitage are confrontational as they revolve around the theme of life. Life, death and grief are all something that every person will experience here on earth. Life… Death… Grief…The existing themes are already confronting but with the poets application of poetic techniques the two poems are able to be effective. The confronting theme of life is shown through poetic techniques in the poems, Pieta and November. The cycle of life is shown through
sonneteers. Works Cited Abrams, M. H., et al., The Norton Anthology of English Literature. Vol. 1. New York: Norton, 1986. Bender, Robert M., and Charles L. Squier, eds. The Sonnet: An Anthology. New York: Washington Square P, 1987. McAuley, James. Versification: A Short Introduction. Michigan: Michigan UP, 1985.
know Rosa from her boycott, but there was so much more to her than that. How did the Civil Rights movement begin and what started the fire? Rosa Parks just might have been that spark. To begin, Rosa Louise Mcauley was born on February 4, 1913 in Tuskegee, Alabama . Her parents were James Mcauley and Leona Edwards. Rosa’s father worked as a carpenter while her mother was a teacher. Due to little wages her and her family were among the lower class of society. Rosa lived her childhood on a farm but was
years ago. Australia’s first aboriginal people were believed to have spoken over 250 different languages and lived in over 300 clans across the continent. However, some people would argue that Australia’s history truly began in 1770 when Captain James Cook chartered the east coast of Australia and claimed the land for Britain. The first outposts established were used as penal systems for Britain’s convicts who were sent to Australia from Britain’s over-crowded prison systems. Although, the first
The lighted cross on the side of the red brick building proclaims “Jesus Saves”, the name commonly used to refer to the Denver Rescue Mission; the oldest, full-service Christian charity in the Rocky Mountain region. Many people know it by no other name. They may not know its real name, but they know its function in the community; a shelter and gathering place for the poor and homeless of Denver’s streets. At the Mission people will find a place to shower, a hot meal after each Gospel service, Bible