T.S. Eliot, W.B. Yeats and D.H. Lawrence: How Love is Combined with a Sense of Frustration and Fear
GRIN Verlag, 2010 - 28 pages
Scientific Essay from the year 2009 in the subject English - Literature, Works, grade: A, University of Minho (Arts and Humanities), course: English Language and Literature Studies, language: English, abstract: This is an essay analyzing and comparing the works of three different poets and the poems used in this essay are about love in relation to a sense of frustration and fear. We will give an overview on the works of the following poets D. H. Lawrence, W. B. Yeats, and T. S. Elliott in order to make the essay more comprehensive.
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American Poetry ash-trees beauty with love black tree bowl of kisses D.H. Lawrence Dawns my insurgent dramatic monologue dreams Elliot sees woman emotional essay expressed false or true fear and frustration forgotten hill frustration and fear Gerontion heart Helmet and Responsibilities hence imagery inferred Ireland that Yeats kisses steam Lawrence would want long poems Longman love false LOVE IS COMBINED loved the pilgrim loved the sorrows loved your beauty loving relationship magic lantern threw Maud Gonne means Michelangelo mistletoe berries burning modern modernist nerves in patterns Norman Jeffares pain perceived person pilgrim soul poem entitled poet’s poets pools that stand queen readers Robert Gregory Rubbing its back Selected Poems sense of frustration symbol threw the nerves tired of violent understand unheard bells Vision in 1926 W. B. Yeats whole poem Wild swans window-panes woman as someone woman he loves words Yeats and D.H. Yeats’s Love Poetry yellow smoke