Comment on the opposition of art and life and youth and old age in 'Sailing to Byzantium.
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Comment on the opposition of art and life and youth and old age in ‘Sailing to Byzantium’.

The poem “Sailing to Byzantium” by William Butler Yeats is about the passage of time and how one may become immortal. Because Yeats lived from 1865 to 1939, this poem, written in 1926, expresses his concerns of becoming old and being obsolete. The narrator of this poem is interested in the human/animal situation, which states […]

Write a critical note on Chaucer's art of portraiture in The General Prologue.
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Write a critical note on Chancer’s art of portraiture in The General Prologue.

Geoffrey Chaucer was a good observer of people’s behaviour. He was familiar with the human mind before it became a scientific field. It is exemplified in “The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales.” In this book, he draws a large number of characters. Every character exemplifies Chaucer’s mastery of characterisation. He develops lifelike characters and paints […]

Highlight the salient features of Romanticism MEG-01 British Poetry
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Highlight the salient features of Romanticism MEG-01 British Poetry

Between the 1770s through the mid-nineteenth century, a prominent trend in literature and other arts – mainly music and painting – was known as Romanticism. It is thought to have influenced creative forms and techniques. The term, like many other terms used to describe artistic trends, encompassing a wide spectrum of artists and techniques. It’s a […]