“Sensation”, analysis of the poem by Arthur Rimbaud

In the poem, the image of a vagabond traveler who is eager for merging with nature and the world, characteristic of Rimbaud’s poetry, is created. Nature for the poet is not a symbol and a temple, but a living creature that can only be known through the senses.

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“The Flowers of Evil”, analysis of the collection by Charles Baudelaire

The collection “The Flowers of Evil” is the poetic peak of all Charles Baudelaire’s work. He conceived it as a poetic copy of Dante’s Divine Comedy. The first edition of the collection was published in 1857, but it was constantly supplemented by new poems. It is difficult to call “The Flowers of Evil” an ordinary collection: verses are read in a single work in which the development of a certain thought is clearly traced. This is a real confession of a wandering soul, its pain and suffering in life’s quest.

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“The Albatross”, analysis of the poem by Charles Baudelaire

An analysis of the literary works of Charles Baudelaire suggests the bipolar nature of his work – the constant struggle between Good and Evil, which is reflected in the poem “The Albatross”.

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“Northanger Abbey”, analysis of the novel by Jane Austen

Critical Analysis

Jane Austen has written many different novels, some of which are quite similar in the themes and character. Northanger Abbey is just another of those novels. Some of the major themes in this and other similar novels include family, social classism. This novel is also socially conscious and reflects the nature of the societies that existed around the 18th and 19th centuries. The controversies are still fresh in our society today. Most readers can relate with the thoughts that Jane Austen is sharing with the world. It is therefore not a waste of time to read this novel. we will therefore make an analysis of this novel helping you get an idea of what Jane Austen tries to depict in the story. Continue reading

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Critical analysis of the “Mansfield Park” novel by Jane Austen

Critical Analysis

In the novel, Mansfield Park, Jane Austen communicates very many ideas in a very complicated way but which readers can understand and relate to. The ideas include the vices and virtues in society. So the book is more about social awareness. Jane Austen has presented the ideas such as classism, marriage, upbringing of people, corruption, and sexuality all in one piece. Just like in the 19th century, these subjects are still as relevant in the modern society today. The author has just succeeded to expound on all these subjects in ways too clear and direct for the time. Thus, the book has had a lot of readership and should continue being read. Continue reading

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“Sense and Sensibility”, analysis of the novel by Jane Austen

Critical Novel Analysis

The novel Sense and Sensibility is an amazing piece of literary art developed by Jane Austen. The author intended to tell us a great story of a certain family known as the Dashwoods lived through times of poverty through common sense and sensibility. Their situation gets worse when their dad leaves home and dies. She used two characters from the Dashwood family, Elinor and Marianne, to realistically drive these two main points home. Elinor represents prudence whereas Marianne represents emotionality during bad economic times. In our world today, we can also relate to Jane Austen’s message due to what is happening in our society. During bad economic times, we need to be use our common senses to make it out of that rut. But at the same time, we need to be mindful so as not to hurt others feelings in our own pursuit of economic freedom. It is for this reason that Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility is a must-read for everyone. Continue reading

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“Evening Harmony”, analysis of the poem by Charles Baudelaire

Baudelaire is one of the most popular French poets, poems, which are translated into Russian often with the loss of some meaning and image. “Evening Harmony” is a work of the French poet, which did not leave his fans indifferent. An analysis of Baudelaire’s creations is not easy, since there are several Russian-language translations that are completely different from each other, so it’s not easy to understand the true plot and meaning of the poem.

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“A Carcass”, analysis of the poem by Charles Baudelaire

The poem “A Carcass” by Charles Baudelaire is included in one of his most rebellious collections, Flowers of Evil. If we consider the “Flowers of Evil”, based on the biography of the poet himself, it is important to note that he does not consider it necessary to separate pure feelings from those that develop against the background of the social and political life of his contemporaries. In general, in “Flowers of Evil” one can feel the author’s desire to expand the sphere of traditional poetry, singing beauty, nature, love and other eternal values. After all, Baudelaire has a prominent place reserved for the ugly, disgusting.

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“The Bluest Eye”, analysis of the novel by Toni Morrison

The idea

“The Bluest eye” by Toni Morrison is a book that focuses on the tragic effects of the impositions of the middle-class white race on the rest of the population, particularly the American ideals of beauty. Facing this heavy burden is Pecola, an eleven-year-old African-American girl in search of female identity. Continue reading

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A critical analysis on the “Wuthering Heights” by Emily Brontë

“Wuthering Heights” is a novel by the author Emily Bronte. She wrote it through 1845 and 1846 and then first published in 1847. Many people have not only read the book but have also liked it. This is due to the contradicting ideas that are also entertaining in the book such as love, classism, and revenge, just to name a few. These are ideas that everyone reading the novel can relate to because they are part of our reality as a people. These and many other truths are greatly represented throughout Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights. Realistic representation of ideas is a very good aspect of any novel. Thus, more and more people should yearn to readers of this wonderful book. Continue reading

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