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    Compare Aurora Leigh and Neutral Tones

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    Compare Aurora Leigh and Neutral Tones The frenzied growth and progress of the Victorian Era had worked itself into a ferment at the birth of the Modern Age. Whereas the Victorian authors and poets seemed to attempt to hold onto themes of the Romantics, emulation of the Classical Age and the application of epic format, the Modernists used more conversational language, but similarly to Romantics, turned to introspection as an inspirational source. However, most striking, is the change of

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    An Analysis of Neutral Tones by Thomas Hardy "We stood by a pond that winter day," (1) This line indicates a still quietness, with lack of the movement of life. There is a vast difference in appearance and movement around a pond in winter and a pond in the midst of summer. This indicates no leaves, and no visible signs of life. The poet is painting a stark and lifeless scene. "And the sun was white, as though chidden of God,"(2) This is indicative of the modernist approach to light as being

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    “Neutral Tones” written by Thomas Hardy is a poem which typically expresses personal and emotional feelings set to a musical beat hence the form of this poem being a lyric. The Famous novelist from Dorchester, England most powerful poems are based on personal loss which results this poem “Neutral Tones” falling under a category of great expectation to readers. Neutral Tones is about closure of a relationship, flourished with strong emotions and heartfelt loss. The words of A.C. Bradley (1909) are

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    Comparing the poems Neutral Tones and Absence Both the poems 'Neutral Tones' by Thomas Hardy and 'Absence' by Elizabeth Jennings mention and describe the poets' feelings about losing their partners. Even though the general theme, the loss of love, is the same, many features such as tone, imagery, language and rhyme scheme differ from each other. Hardy emphasises more on his feelings towards his break up. He doesn't actually mention how he feels, but instead, the imagery he uses and the

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    Pre 1914 Poetry

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    English GCSE Coursework – Pre1914 Poetry How does Hardy portray the themes of loss and loneliness in his poems? I am going to be comparing three of Thomas Hardy’s poems. These poems are: Where The Picnic Was, The Voice and Neutral Tones. Hardy was writing in a time when women could not vote. Women were second-class citizens who mainly stayed in the home. During the time when Hardy was writing, it was very difficult for a woman to divorce a man. The only way the woman would be able to

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    themselves superior to natives, both sides were diverse and could commit good, bad, or neutral behavior towards each other. Therefore, the Indians and the Christians were much more similar than different. This is apparent in de Vaca’s accounts of Indian to Indian behavior, Christian to Christian behavior, and Indian to Christian behavior (and vice-versa). Indian to Indian relations could be positive, negative, or neutral. On the positive side, de Vaca notes that in the case of intra-tribe quarrels, “[if]

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    The Vishaka Case Study

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    The much awaited sexual harassment act which came into effect from 9th December 2013,nearly 16 years after the vishaka case, was expected to be a beacon of women empowerment and safeguard the most basic of intrest's of a working women,her dignity. However, instead of answering all the questions,this act has rather left a gaping hole in the minds of the women or rather the public in large with regard to its effectiveness. The act has several basic flaws at every level of it's creation,the fundamental

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    I feel like the studying of how we express are emotions are really important for many different reasons that can relate to our business and personal aspect of life. The lack of knowledge of knowing of how the human race express itself to one another can have a huge negative impact on our everyday life such as messing up or ending personal relationships and even upsetting important people at the work place it is very key to know how people express their emotions because it can be really good indicators

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    Edwige Danticat’s Tones in We Are Ugly, But We Are Here When I first read “We Are Ugly, But We Are Here,” I was stunned to learn how women in Haiti were treated. Edwige Danticat, who was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in 1969 and immigrated to Brooklyn when she was twelve years old, writes about her experiences in Haiti and about the lives of her ancestors that she links to her own. Her specific purpose is to discuss what all these families went through, especially the women, in order to offer

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    Women Online

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    female authors give their opinions about the good side and bad side of being a woman online. In Dale Spenders article she describes how womens behaviors alter depending on if they are talking to a man or a woman. Their behaviors alter by the terms and tones they use to their posture/demeanor and weather or not eye contact is made. Spender observed such behavior in a study she preformed. When a man entered a conversation uninvited women would automatically give him the floor, as was to be expected. But

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