Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Emily Dickinson, TS Eliot, Robert Frost Essay -- Informative, Authors
The three authors that I chose were Emily Dickinson (1830-1886), TS Eliot (1888-1965), and Robert Frost (1874-1963). I chose them because first they e very last(predicate) were born in the eighteen atomic number 6 and most of their writings dealt with expiry and dying. I do not believe the elements that Emily Dickinson would be a goodly source for me to incorporate into my writing because with her writings I found them very hard to understand, possibly because of the timeline or the fact that she wrote in such a secretive code with words. If we have some familiarity with these means, or formal elements of poetry, our ground and enjoyment of the verse form will be greatly increased (Charters paginate 762). There were very few of her poems that I could understand or even off enjoy reading, I felt a sense of bleakness, despair, l unityliness in most of the poems that she wrote. In her poem She diedthis was the counselling she died. There was the use of eyeball crea te verbally (Charters rogue 764) when she used the word spied and ended the poem by saying upon the mortal side. Also in her poem Im nobody Who are you? Sounds as if she also had a moo self esteem by stating that she was a nobody. Today, in the 20th century if a person wrote words as such they would probably be diagnosed with depression with suicidal ideology, mostly because of the poems I felt a funeral in my brain, and Theres been a death in the opposite theatre all very bleak and gloomy. The best poem of Emily Dickinson to me would be the one I never saw a moor because I same(p) the rhythm of the poem and can completely agree with the direction that the poet is winning the readers and once again I can see eye rhyme (Charters Page 764) with the words Heaven and given within the poem. I actually really enjoye... ...ll become old and to remember our youth, dont flash it for granted. Also, his poem To Earthward was a mixture of lyric poetry (Charters page 811), od e (Charters page 815) and alliteration (Charters page 762). The examples of this mixture would be the use of the words musk, dusk, honeysuckle, knuckle, salt, fault, love, clove, hand, sand, adequate and rough. His writings were not as dreadful and bleak as Emily Dickinsons poems. The poem Stopping by Woods on a lily-white Evening was easy to read with a constant rhythm, and there was no question what he was talking about. I believe if I was to strike any of the above writers and incorporate their unique form of writing into my let would be Robert Frost because of his direct approach, the tone that he used, and the rhythmic way he put his words together to make it work for the poem and the audience.