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William Blake’s “London”: Summary & Analysis

In Blake’s, poem the reality or “truth” of young girls having babies out of wedlock, soldiers being killed in wars,

William Blake’s “The Lamb” & “The Tyger”

In both these poems there are questions being asked about its creator. In “The Lamb” there are more questions which

William Carlos Williams & The Young Housewife

This poem is organized into three stanzas: the first is four lines, the second is five lines, and the third

William Christopher Handy: Biography & “Father of the Blues”

He was educated in the public schools and by his father and paternal grandfather, both of whom were clergymen. Handy

William Cullen Bryant’s Thanatopsis: Summary & Analysis

Throughout the poem Bryant creates images which connect death and sleep.  In fact, once the reader gets halfway through the

William Edward Burghardt Du Bois: Biography & Civil Rights Activist

William’ father died when he was a child and was reared by his mother, and judgmental aunts. Massachusetts was predominately

William Faulkner: A Rose for Emily Essay

The scene occurs while the townspeople are trying to persuade Emily to depose of her father’s body, despite her firm

William Faulkner & As I Lay Dying Analysis

Until death, Faulkner continued to create works of literature, including both short stories and novels. The Bundren family has recently

William Faulkner’s Barn Burning: Sarty Analysis

We see Sarty as a puzzled youth who faces the questions of faithfulness to his father or faithfulness to himself

William Faulkner’s “The Unvanquished”: Summary & Analysis

An idealist is one who is guided by ideals, especially one that places ideals before practical considerations. Life in Yoknapatawpha