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    Browning's Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came Robert Browning's "Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came" is a poem about torture. Whether Roland is actually in Hell or just trapped in the madness of his mind, his own failure and the way in which he wasted his life will continue to torment him for all eternity. The imagery throughout the poem displays a completely despairing attitude, and several bitter ironies which he cannot escape plague him during his quest. The title "Childe" implies an

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    Lord George Gordon Byron’s Reaction to the Spirit of the Age in Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage as a Character of His Own Work George Gordon Byron, as known as Lord Byron, has been one of the most influential poets in the Romantic Period of English Literature in the eighteenth century. In the Norton Anthology of English Literature, he is introduced as “the greatest and most English of these artists; he is so great and so English that from him alone we learn more truths of this country and of his age than

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    Bryon's "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage": The Byronic Hero In Byron's poem, "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage" the main character is portrayed as a dark brooding man, who doesn't like society and wants to escape from the world because of his discontent with it. Through the poem we see the strong resemblance the Byronic hero has to many of todays popular characters, such as Batman. In the third stanza of the poem we learn that Childe Harold is the product of a long line of nobility. ÒChilde Harold

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    Physical and Mental Landscapes in Childe Roland by Robert Browning On a doomed quest to conquer the evil of the Dark Tower, Childe Roland wanders through a wasteland filled with barren natural images and memories of once-heroic, now-fallen friends. The poem is alarming in the way the stark, barren terrain through which Roland travels offers no sensual or imaginative detail, but more so for its unflinching portrayal of a desperate and broken man. The opening lines of the poem are more shocking

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    Girls Of Slender Means

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    but the one’s who caught my attention the most are Jane Wright and Joanna Childe. They represent different aspects of ideas, lifestyles and, also, have different perspectives on the “World of Books.'; Joanna Childe was the daughter of a country rector. She was very intelligent, had “...strong obscure emotions'; (8), and “...religious strength'; (165). She was very well build. “Joanna Childe was large...'; (9), “... fair and healthy-looking...'; (22). She had light

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    Displacement and Don Juan

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    unexpected payoff: they goaded DJ into an innovative grappling with displacement—an inexorable force that both overrides a poet’s authority and revives it, as a revenant, a potently disrupted address. The kick-start to Byron’s poetic career was Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage Cantos I and II, inspired by an extensive continental tour in 1809-11. Even that early work was written over... ... middle of paper ... ...livering itself over to the future. It deliberately subjects its address to unconceived

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    Treatment of Death During the Renaissance and in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is arguably the most well known and well-read play in history. With its passionate and realistic treatment of universal themes of love, fate, war, and death, it’s not difficult to see why. However, most people don’t realize that there are several versions of the play, each with their own unique additions and/or changes to the plot, dialogue, and characters. After thumbing through the

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    in the movements of humanity in the street... There is nothing so interesting to me as people. I am never tired of observing them in everyday life, as they hurry through the streets on business or saunter down the promenade on pleasure” (Hassam 1). Childe Hassam, an American Impressionist, created influencing and moving paintings which had attained critical recognition and financial triumph, journeying the massive movement of ardor for American Impressionism to glory and prosperity. He conceived over

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    Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels, Samuel Coleridge's "Rime of the Ancient Mariner," and Lord Byron's Childe Harold's Pilgrimage - Canto III, one can identify the technical differences in each writer's position dealing with the issue of the writer versus the persona idea in each work. As we move from Swift's character, Gulliver, to Coleridge's old traveler, Mariner, and then finally to Bryon's hero, Childe Harold, one may discover that this distance between the writer and the protagonist, who the author

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    Childe Hassam was an American impressionist born on October 17, 1859 in Dorchester, Massachusetts right outside of Boston (Weinberg & Barker, 2004). Hassam lived until 1935 and during his lifetime he created a plethora of renowned works. One of his famous works, Bridge at Old Lyme, can be found in the Georgia Museum of Art here in Athens. This beautiful oil on canvas landscape was created in 1908. Although this piece is not very large, it caught my eye as soon as I entered that part of the gallery

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