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To His Coy Mistress

To His Coy Mistress Summary & Analysis By Andrew Marvell

“To His Coy Mistress” is a perfect example of a love and Metaphysical poem written by ‘Andrew Marvell’, who was a great English metaphysical poet, satirist,...
London By William Blake

London By William Blake Summary & Analysis

“London” is a poem written by ‘William Blake’, who was known as an English poet, painter, and printmaker of the early Romantic era.
Metaphysical Poetry and Poets

Metaphysical Poetry in English Literature | Metaphysical Poets

Metaphysical poetry is a genre of poetry that deals with deep spirituality, religion, etc. Metaphysical Poets are John Donne, George Herbert, Andrew Marvel,...
A River By A. K. Ramanujan

A River By A. K. Ramanujan Summary

The poem “A River” is written by ‘A. K. Ramanujan’ is a great Indian English poet, professor, translator, playwright, and scholar. He wrote in both English...
The Second Coming W. B. Yeats

The Second Coming Critical Analysis

The Poem “The Second Coming” is composed by an Irish poet, ‘William Butler Yeasts’, Who was known as one of the greatest dramatists, prose writers
Samson Agonistes Summary

Samson Agonistes Summary and Analysis

“Samson Agonistes” is a closet drama published in 1671 by English poet and political activist ‘John Milton’. It was published alongside Milton’s Paradise...
Break of Day in the Trenches Poem Analysis

Break of Day in the Trenches Poem Analysis

“Break of day in the Trenches” is a poem, composed by ‘Isaac Rosenberg’, the great war poet during the modern age.
Pied Beauty By G. M. Hopkins

Pied Beauty Summary | Pied Beauty Critical Appreciation

“Pied Beauty” is a Curtal Sonnet by “Gerald Manley Hopkins” commonly known as G. M. Hopkins. It was written in 1877 and published in 1918.
Renaissance Period

Renaissance Period In English Literature 1500 to 1660

Renaissance Period - The word Renaissance is derived from the Italian ‘Renescetia’ means rebirth. The French historian “Jules Michelet” used Renaissance...
Mrs. Dalloway By Virginia Woolf

Mrs. Dalloway Summay By Virginia Woolf

“Mrs. Dalloway” is considered one of the best novels by “Virginia Woolf” who was one of the most important novelists of the 20th century.