The poem 'Home' expresses a human goal to reach after struggling has been vividly expressed. Home is temporary but is needed to achieve permanent abode hereinafter. Death brings dignity of life and as such completeness to survive amidst of worldly affairs
The parent never know like her as if she is step
But rotten ideas and glassy beam of the sun
The girl was six only at her bay.
In the moment of playing sports and games
Intoning her dreams to be great in future ahead.
The European skylark sings only when in journey. When the speaker of the poem starts flattering the bird, it is already out of his sight. So, the speaker only hears the bird, giving it an unseen or a spiritual quality. The bird is compared to a spirit or a
There is no denying the fact that Jane Eyre is the story of an adolescent, orphaned girl reprehensibly, she’s named Jane Eyre who lives with her aunt and cousins, the Reeds, at Gateshead Hall. Similar to all nineteenth-century orphans, and suffice it to sa
There is no denying the fact the fundamental rights of the children is supported by UN charter which envisages that a child must be protected by providing him/her hierarchical needs like physiological, safety, security, egoistic and self actualization need
Earnest Hemingway was an author of such critical time where the People were intensively depressed in skepticism, wants, intolerance and overall engaged in unlawful and mischievous activities like bribing, prejudice, jealousy and war on earth for which the
The poem is the symbol of eternal feelings of survival on earth. But the birds, animals and all nature will end up in course of time. Death brings dignity and such life is valuable. It has separate entity in the sense that life has ripeness of truth. The l
“The Caged Skylark,” by Gerard Manley Hopkins is an emblematic poem about the life of a caged bird. The poem expresses a bird’s yearning to be free as he struggles to endure every day trapped inside a cage. The poem is meant to be symbolic of a man being s