Henry Brocken is episodic, with itsprotagonist moving from one encounter to another. The Return has all the trappings of the gothic, with mysterious strangers, supernatural events, and unexplained happenings. Memoirs of a Midget is Victorian in structure and is filled with incidents and coincidences; it emphasizes character over the other aspects of novel writing.
We can see that the whole work is connected with religion, and it seems to us that there is nothing more. Vision of connection with religion is the first and right step to understanding the work of this noble poet.
To comprehend his poetry deeply we should apply to his biography. Just by means of religion, this poet expresses his most intimate thoughts and feelings. In the beginning of the poem he writes about the shadows, which are forced to flee from the tower by the bell sound: According to religion, this dark side is his homosexuality.
Author explains it by means of bells: So Hart Crane shows how strong his pain is. And then we can see a double meaning expression: Further Hart Crane writes: There is no doubt that woman is Peggy Cowley, his only heterosexual partner.
But according to his biography and historical period author lived, it is very likely that his trial to establish heterosexual relations is result of social and religion impact.
Reading the last quatrain, we understand that he find relief in death: He committed suicide throwing himself overboard. We can consider this as a challenge to religion that censures suicide. If he were not religious, nothing would prevent him from living in harmony with his own nature.
On the other hand, he would never create such strong work without the pressure of religion and society, which made him to wrestle with temptation.
Choose Type of service.This poem is about the pain of a broken heart. Tears of blood fall from my broken heart. I never thought we would be apart. When you held me, you said forever/5(K). Walter de la Mare’s "Silver" is the poem that is responsible for getting me hooked on poetry in high school.
It was in Mrs. Edna Pickett's sophomore English class that we read and studied this poem. Analysis Poem on `To Brooklyn Bridge` by Hart Crane the restriction of the mere senses and an obvious Neo-platonic expression, where the movie theater recalls Plato’s cave.
The second dominant mode in “To Brooklyn Bridge”is slightly more difficult to grasp or quantify, but can, nevertheless, be securely regarded as metaphysical. A TV advertisement for Gusto, a European snack food resembling shoestring potatoes, has a man's severed head lying on the floor, still talking, as his body stumbles around aimlessly.
Henri Bergson? Robertson Davies? Johann Wolfgang von Goethe? Thomas Carlyle? Anais Nin? Anonymous? Dear Quote Investigator: One might see a duck when looking at the famous ambiguous image above, or one might see a rabbit. Perceiving one animal partially blocks the recognition of the other animal, and mental effort is required to switch one’s viewpoint.
Walter John de la Mare OM CH (/ ˈ d ɛ l ə ˌ m ɛər /; 25 April – 22 June ) was a British poet, short story writer and novelist.
He is probably best remembered for his works for children, for his poem "The Listeners", and for a highly acclaimed selection of subtle psychological horror stories, amongst them "Seaton's Aunt" and "All Hallows"..
His novel Memoirs of a Midget.