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    peoples’ minds; narratives and poetry. Humans are uncertain of when they were born, and when they will die. They all live in the middle of nowhere, sharing stories about what they know nothing about; their life. Narratives encapsulate all of that through its content and form. The “beauty” of the universe, language and the essence of our existence is encapsulated within poetry; the rhythm in poetry exists everywhere around us and is an integral part of our daily lives. Narratives – for any person

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    Examination of Tennyson's use of Narrative Voice in his Poetry Tennyson employs the effects of narrative voice frequently in his poetry, the emotional impression of which varies from poem to poem and indeed, from reader to reader. However, within the poems studied the use of a ‘voice’ appears to consistently attempt to convey some theme or emotive experience in which the reader is invited, if not encouraged, to experience from the perspective of the appropriate speaker. In Ulysses the reader

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    Personal Narrative in Poetry When coming to the first class of Form in Poetry, I admit I was a bit nervous, for I knew very little about poets, poetry, and poems, but I also was very ignorant because I did not believe there was a lot within a poem. Oh how naive I was. The further we pushed through the year I was enlightened with new types of ways to format a poem, different meters and beats, to an array of vocabulary words that I could not begin to define. I learned that not only if poetry and abstract

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    Narrative Poetry as Much More Than a Series of Interesting Tales Narrative poems have been around for hundreds of years and they all tell a story. Narrative poems were spoken out loud and not written down (usually because most people were illiterate), they were mainly told at night as it would add to a more mysterious atmosphere. We believe they have been around for hundreds of years, maybe even longer as none were written down until today. The titles, 'The Listeners' and 'The Highwayman'

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    The role of poetry in narrative prose of the Heian Period (794-1185) has impacted Japan`s culture by the improvement and blossoming of Japanese arts and literature. Japan was greatly influenced by the Chinese during the Heian Period due to imported things from China; example include Buddhism, poetry, art techniques, methods of organizing government, even the plan for the city of Heian-kyô itself.“The Heian period was named after this city, the country really was at peace, and the aristocrats of

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    Role of Poetry in Heian Narrative Prose

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    Poetry has a long history in both Western and Eastern literature. As an art form, it is thought to even pre-date the written word (“Poetry,” n.d.). Some argue that the role of Eastern poetry, specifically Japanese, differs from that of the West because in Japan it is meant to capture a moment of emotion whereas Western literature is meant to describe an emotion. Nonetheless, poetry plays an extensive role in new and old Japanese society—some of the earliest written texts and the most important

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    been writing poetry since the 3rd grade. At age eight, I didn’t know about couplets, haikus, and limericks, I just knew that something had to rhyme. I wrote anything that popped up in my little head and formed it into a nice poem. To me, it was a nice little poem, but I wasn’t sure what others thought. I never once let anyone else read my poetry. I told myself that, “my poetry, is my poetry,” and that was final. Although my third-grade self knew nothing about the art of writing poetry, my fifth-grade

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    world, my place, I unconquered. The world, omitted the other hand, a broken, burning, bridge! A destroyer of my innovation, so I ignored them. All them! Ever single part of them! You see I considered, them inhuman, they bare touched a soul. Dying poetry from rhythm, I was simply over emotional. I didn’t exist as they were out of place, I was there insignificant, deteriorated,

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    The Heian period in Japan represents the period of time that began in 794 and ended in 1185. During the Heian period, literary styles were flourishing and poetry played a crucial role in society. Two of the most important styles during this period were Monogatari and Nikki Bungaku. Monogatari is a narrative story, similar to an epic of the western world. Nikki bungaku is a form of Japanese diary literature, often offering a chronological order of actual events. The monogatari I will be analyzing

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    Japanese literature in the Heian period was most popular for its domination of women’s culture (Hooker, Richard). During this time, a new writing technique was implemented called hiragana. This was especially accepted as a woman’s way of writing since a woman knowing Chinese characters was considered unladylike. For many years Chinese characters was the only accepted way of writing, thus the birth of a new writing technique was like a revelation. This incorporation made a huge impact on Japanese

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